Gaining Winter Business

Gaining Winter Business

For many businesses in locations with moderate climates, winter is a season that brings fewer jobs and contracts. It doesn’t have to be that way! Construction companies across the U.S.  have started to discover that this perceived offseason holds a different set of opportunities.

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How to become an auctioneer

How to become an auctioneer

Do you love auctions and the thrill of a bidding war, especially when a last minute bid comes in? As time expires there is one happy seller and a thrilled highest bidder. It’s fun, yet a difficult job for auctioneers.

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What to do after the auction

What to do after the auction

Are you sitting in your hotel room at night after the auctions are over, wondering how to entertain yourself until you can get back to the auction in the morning? Well get out of the hotel and go sightsee, eat at an amazing restaurant, or visit one of the amazing amusement parks.

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Preparing for auctions

Preparing for auctions

Heavy equipment auctions present great opportunities for business owners to purchase good-quality, affordable machinery at an advantageous price point. While taking advantage of significant cost savings compared to buying new equipment, you may also be eligible for potential tax benefits since the equipment is “new to you.”

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Specialty and niche farming

Specialty and niche farming

At a time when it seems like everyone is growing tomatoes, lettuce and their own herbs, how does a small farmer stand out from the crowd? You may want to find a niche that isn’t already occupied or something that is unique to your area.

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Majoring in agriculture

Majoring in agriculture

Is your son or daughter getting ready to head off to college, but doesn’t know what they want to major in? Whether you grew up on a farm, are an active member of your local 4-H club, or maybe your child is simply interested in how crops and livestock are raised, an agriculture major might pique their interest.

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Don’t let employees pose a safety risk to your company

Don’t let employees pose a safety risk to your company

Every day, employees everywhere go to work with the hope that they will make it through the day without any trouble or peril. Generally speaking, most employees place safety as their highest priority. Unfortunately, some don’t. Be wise and make sure you are pinpointing employees that may in fact place their colleagues in danger more than others.

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New Year’s resolutions for farmers

New Year’s resolutions for farmers

Farmers are a tight knit group and can rely on one another for support. Becoming an active member of the farming community whether it’s becoming a vendor at a farmers market or making a presentation on behalf of farmers can bring the community together and show that it’s stronger than ever.

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26th annual 9-day Florida auction

26th annual 9-day Florida auction

We are just four weeks away from our annual milestone event happening in Kissimmee, Florida. The 26th annual 9-day Florida auction kicks off on Saturday, February 2nd and wraps up Sunday, February 10th.

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