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You'll find a truly diverse group of news items in this issue of Rural Marketing News. Farm tractor sales were up in 2020. GM unveils a new logo. Exmark updates its mowers. Ford launces a new campaign for its Bronco. Check out these stories and others below.

January 19, 2021

IN THE NEWS:

Farm tractor sales finish 2020 up 17% in the U.S., 10% in Canada
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Ford launches new Bronco Sport campaign
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Over half of U.S. in stages of drought
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GM unveils new logo, brand identity
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LawnStarter: 2021's Best States to Start a Farm or Ranch
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Report: Pandemic gardening boom boosted 2020 home & garden pesticide sales
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Vermeer studies machine wear with Iowa State University
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Vermeer celebrates 50 years of the large round baler
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Briggs & Stratton invests in Alabama plant, Ferris sponsors college basketball poll
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Missouri Propane Council elects industry leadership
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The NUTRO Brand unveils "Dogs Give Everything 100%" campaign
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Exmark updates Quest zero-turn riding mowers for 2021
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Nat'l Ag Communicators Of Tomorrow introduces its 2020-21 officer team
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New grant cycle opens to fund farmer veterans
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USDA seeks members for advisory committee on urban agriculture
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Irrigation Today magazine launches new website
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Desire to Enjoy Rural living prompts propane home construction in Sedalia, Missouri
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National Wild Turkey Federation postpones 2021 Grand National Calling Contest
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John Deere recalls Frontier rotary tillers
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Messick's 2020 Christmas light show raises over $62,000 in donations
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Hy-Brid Lifts announces new VP of Sales and Marketing
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Outdoor outfitter and apparel manufacturer Filson appoints new CEO
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TechMix acquires Immuno-Dynamics
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Rockford Fosgate announces new M5 amplifiers
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