Father’s Day has passed us, but there is still one-week left to take advantage of the promotion we offered! Through June 30th, you can get up to a $250 credit on purchases of new Power Equipment, Tools, Radios, and Observation Systems.
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Hopefully all of you got through the planting season without too many setbacks, and you got the day to relax and spend time with your father. We enjoyed taking our dad Jim Straeter, President of New Holland Rochester, out for a round of golf for the day. Assuming the fields are as wet as the golf course (and several of our golf balls), your crop won’t need any irrigation anytime soon. We’re grateful for all the things our dad has done for us, and would like to wish all of you proud dad’s a Happy Father’s Day from New Holland Rochester!
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Today, May 18, the Riddle Elementary 3rd graders visited New Holland and Ag Technologies to learn about the purposes of solar energy. Jim and Mike Straeter explained that photons of energy come from the sun and solar panels turn them into money. The kids learned that the Farm Service Agency’s solar panels work in coordination with Duke Energy’s power lines to make for a net zero electric bill. They also learned how an “off-grid” system uses battery storage to keep lights on when power lines aren’t available (i.e. in the mountains). A comparison between wind and solar energy was made and they decided the economics of solar is much better. We are glad to see that these kids get that a future of clean renewable energy is a great thing for everybody!
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New Holland Rochester founder Jim Straeter was honored recently at the Purdue University event held by the Economics Department annually to recognize significant contributors to the department.
The James C Snyder Memorial Lecture Series for 2015 honored Dr. Augustine Sangson Langyintuo, Dr. Robert Tse, Sara Vacek . Drs. Langyintuo and Tse were honored for their work in Economics in the Far East and Africa. Ms. Vacek is head of Soybean Traits for Monsanto and had done significant work with global economics in that area.
The Cornrower stover device patented by Straeter was the basis of an economic study in biomass conducted by Dr. Wally Tyner and the recently published study on solar in Indiana by Dr. Tyner was based on two solar systems installed by Straeter at New Holland Rochester. The results of the study showed that solar is competitive with the grid in Indiana even without the federal tax credit. This study is advancing the cause for solar in Indiana and can be seen here: Energy Policy – Solar Energy in Indiana
Need a great gift idea? Check out some of the items we have available in our Toy and Promotional Catalog. This magazine represents just some of the items we have on hand. If you have interest in other items or if you’re looking for something specific not shown in the magazine, contact us and we’ll do what we can to find what you’re looking for!
Toy and Promo Catalog Apr-Sept 2015
The Fulton County Youth Leadership Academy (FCYLA), recently visited New Holland Rochester. FCYLA is a group of juniors in high school from Fulton County that learn about how to become leaders in the community. So, as part of that agenda, the group added a visit to New Holland Rochester to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation from the company president, Jim Straeter. Jim spoke with the students about his innovations and patents with the Cornrower and solar systems we sell and he invented. The students enjoyed learning from Jim about what it takes to become an entrepreneur, innovator, and leader within the community, and we enjoyed having the opportunity to share what we do with them.
FCYLA Visits New Holland Rochester 4-14-15