Rounding up the last of the NFMS finds

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on Jul 30, 2014

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The potential price drop applies especially to used equipment prices, which have been high the past few years.
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New equipment prices may be a different story because of the high costs associated with Tier 4 engines, required in all farm tractors starting in 2014.
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Estimates vary, and manufacturers are hesitant to give a number. But a recent survey of dealers, conducted by Farm Equipment, shows that they expect pricing on new farm machinery to increase by 4% to 6% or a bit more in 2014, largely due to Tier 4 engine costs.

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