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As we keep producing and consuming ever-increasing quantities of “stuff,” a growing number of people are asking: Can we create an economy that values our environment and the quality of our lives over growth at any cost?

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‘Hog-tied’ and fed up: New report shows dealership consolidation makes farmers’ lives harder

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‘Hog-tied’ and fed up: New report shows dealership consolidation makes farmers’ lives harder

Many farm equipment manufacturers prevent farmers from accessing the software tools they need to fix their modern tractors. That forces farmers to turn to corporate-authorized dealers for many problems, which can lead to high repair bills and delays that can put their crops—and their livelihoods—at risk. While farmers have always relied on local dealerships for help, more and more those dealerships have been bought up by large chain networks, further reducing competition and exacerbating the problems farmers already face due to repair restrictions.

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