A Western Kansas farmer says the recent right to repair agreement creates more competition and a fairer marketplace.
David Schemm says it should give him cost-effective alternative to repairing equipment. “This is not about trying to get around safety or emissions. This is about allowing opportunity to be more effective, more efficient.”
The American Farm Bureau Federation and John Deere signed a memorandum of understanding at AFBF’s annual convention earlier this week that would enable farmers to work with independent mechanics to identify and fix problems.