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A Note From Owen To Our Valued Friends & Customers... First of all, let me wish all of you a happy holiday season from everyone here at 21st Century Equipment. And here’s a toast to a prosperous 2021 and good riddance to almost all facets of 2020. What a year this has been — the year that will most certainly go down in history as “the year of the *asterisk”. It isn’t all doom and gloom though. Prices for corn, wheat and cattle are all working up as we head into the new year. I was starting to wonder if we would ever see a “4” in front of corn prices again! And, most of you are telling me your yields were good, not great, but pretty good. For those of you that raise sugar beets, what a fantastic crop... and the factories are performing well too. If end of the year tax planning is on your mind, and you have been putting off an equipment purchase, wait no longer. There are substantial tax benefits available to you this year on the purchase of either new or used equipment. With the change in the Administration coming in January, who knows if these tax savings will be available next year. Now is the time to evaluate your operation’s needs and take advantage of the large firstyear tax savings (full disclosure — I’m not a tax accountant so see yours!). Do you know another good thing about 2021? As a Company, we will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of our founding throughout the year, so watch for some special contests and drawings over the course of the year to celebrate this event. We also intend to hold some special events too... depending of course on the COVID situation. It’s hard for me to believe it has been 25 years, but we couldn’t have done it without you and our hundreds of other loyal customers. So, thank you for 25 great years. This COVID situation is lasting much longer than expected and clearly getting worse right now in our part of the world. As such, it is going to impact our customer appreciation group events here in December, as well as our planter and combine clinics for the foreseeable future. It is unfortunate that we will have to postpone these group events, but for your safety and the safety of our employees, I believe it is the appropriate decision to make. We will be replacing these events with parts discounts delivered to you on-line or via the mail. And did you know that most of our clinic content is available via the YouTube video training library on our website? I agree YouTube videos are no substitute for face-to-face training, but these are pretty good option. As a Company, we have had and continue to have a focus on improving our precision ag knowledge across our entire employee group. Our goal is to have every employee conversational when it comes to basic precision ag concepts so that when you come in, and want to talk about an MTG upgrade,
everyone knows what you are talking about. Speaking of MTG upgrades, we are approaching the final deadline for you to update your Terms and Conditions in your John Deere Ops Center account. If that update is not completed by March 2021, your account will go dark and you will not be able to access your data. Updating is as simple as logging into your Ops Center account and following the prompt. There is also a mandatory Receiver update Owen Palm that applies to all SF3000 and SF6000 receivers that must be completed by February 1, 2021 for them to continue functioning. In closing, I personally wish you a great Christmas season and a prosperous New Year. I thank you for your business this past year and look forward to our partnership and celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2021. Sincerely
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Parts Online Ordering Explained Go to the 21stCenturyEquipment. com home page and click on “PARTS on the top banner With MyDealer, you’re able to link directly to your 21st Century account and purchase parts online, as well as lookup your past parts purchases, create shopping lists to quickly re-order parts, review invoices, and so much more! The John Deere Parts Catalog allows you to lookup any part for your John Deere. You can review an exploded-view diagram of all the parts of your machine, so you can be sure you’re ordering exactly what you need. MyDealer is fully integrated with John Deere Parts Catalog. This means you’ll
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Mandatory Starfire™ Update As John Deere continues to develop new technology, StarFire™ Network changes were necessary to support the addition of new satellite constellations and additional enhancements. This required the introduction of a new signal. StarFire™ 3000 and StarFire™ 6000 receivers must be updated to the 20-2 software update to continue operating on the new signal. Update all receivers prior to February 1, 2021 to avoid any interruption in function. StarFire™ iTC receivers will NOT function on the new signal beginning February 1, 2021 but will continue to operate in WAAS, EGNOS, or Non-Diff (depending on location) until approximately 2026. FAQs: How is the 20-2 software update acquired? The 20-2 update is able to be downloaded online from https://www. deere.com/en/stellarsupport/softwareupdates/ and can be applied to a StarFire™ 3000 or StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver as done with any prior software update for these devices. What is the StarFire™ differential correction signal? Any of the GPS receiver correction methods commonly referred to as John Deere SF1, SF2, SF3, or RTK are versions of the StarFire™ differential correction signal. Will a StarFire™ iTC GPS receiver function after February 1, 2021? StarFire™ iTC receivers will not function on John Deere SF1, SF2, SF3, or RTK correction signals after February 1, 2021. StarFire™ iTC receivers will continue to operate in WAAS mode after February 1, 2021 but will not allow automated AutoTrac™ guidance applications. Will a customer have to pay to have the 20-2 software update applied to a GPS receiver? The 20-2 update is able to be applied by a customer to their StarFire™ 3000 or StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver(s) at no charge. However, if the customer desires a 21st Century Equipment employee to assist with or complete the update – associated labor fees apply. Installation of software updates is included for those with a current NextCentury Precision Ag Agreement. Can a customer upgrade a StarFire™ iTC GPS receiver to a newer version StarFire™ 3000 or StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver to leverage some of the value of the John Deere SF2 or RTK activation(s) which have been previously purchased on the StarFire™ iTC? A new StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver is able to be ordered/purchased with a StarFire™ iTC to StarFire™ 6000 Activation Transfer. The activation transfer is only available to be purchased with a new StarFire™ 6000 order and is not able to be applied to an existing StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver owned by a customer or in dealer stock. A StarFire iTC™ SF2 Ready Activation will be upgraded to a SF3 Ready Activation when moved to a StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver. A StarFire™ iTC RTK Activation will be upgraded to an RTK Ready Activation when moved to a StarFire™ 6000 GPS receiver. An activation transfer from a StarFire™ iTC to a StarFire™ 3000 GPS receiver is only possible if the appropriate activation upgrade was purchased prior to December 31, 2019. Effective February 1, 2021: All StarFire™ 6000 and StarFire™ 3000 receivers must have been updated to software version 20-2 to function and all StarFire™ iTC receivers stop receiving StarFire™ correction signals.
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Our program starts with a dealer-performed technical inspection. From this thorough inspection, we Prioritize any problems into one of two categories: • Requires immediate repair • Should be repaired in the next 12 months Next, we review the findings and you select which Program works best for you:
Based on the review, you decide which repairs should be completed. This program identifies the state of your machine and allows you to repair only what is a current issue.
By repairing areas based on dealer findings, this program provides real peace-of-mind knowing the equipment is covered during the season. Including full-service call and trucking coverage and one full year warranty on all repairs per-formed in the least amount of downtime possible.
The Priority Service Program includes all John Deere agricultural equipment. Ask you 21st Century equipment representative about pricing and multi-unit discounts. Other features of our inspection include: · FREE trucking · Machine wash and detail · FREE horsepower check on all PTO equipped tractors · Engine oil scan, fluid sample testing of antifreeze and hydraulic fluids is provided in all inspections
The Priority Service Inspection program offers one-year parts and service warranty on all dealer installed John Deere parts. 21st Century Equipment’s PRIORITY GUARANTEE will provide for those machines that complete both categories of our Priority™ Plus program, the highest priority available, and free mileage on service calls. 1 The completion of repairs in categories A & B also provides extended coverage that will eliminate any service call mileage or hauling charges regardless of the repairs required throughout the season of use.
Caramel Apple Sangria
Submitted by Sidney Ladies Night Committee.; Serves 10
1 (750 ml) bottle pinot grigio or your favorite mild white wine
Stir the wine, vodka and apple cider together in a large pitcher.
1 cup caramel flavored vodka
Add the chopped apples to the pitcher or to individual glass.
6 cups apple cider 2 medium apple - cored and chopped
Serve the sangria cold or over ice.
Dot’s Pretzels Copycat Submitted by Kim December
Bar-B-Q Meatballs Submitted by Doug Luedke
Mix together: (1 ounce) package of dry ranch dressing mix (16 ounce) bottle Orville Redenbacher popcorn oil
Meatballs • 3 lbs. ground beef • 2 cups Oatmeal • 2 eggs • 1 med onion chopped finely • 3 tsp chili powder • 2 tsp salt and pepper Mix together and shape into balls. Place meatballs in to baking pan.
1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon of Dill Weed
Mix package of ranch dressing mix, popcorn oil, garlic powder and dill weed in a small mixing bowl. Put 30 ounces of buttery pretzels in 2-gallon Ziploc bag. Add wet mixture and close the bag. Shake, shake, shake in all directions every few hours (or when you remember) for about 24 hours or until most prezels are well coated with seasonings and the oil mostly absorbed. This makes a lot of pretzels so make sure you have a container that is big with a good seal. Submitted by Kim December via her Mom, Jean Chapman
Goose Won-Tons Submitted by Chad Propp 2 Pkg. won ton skins 1 Lb. pork sausage (Jimmy Dean Sage) 4 Cups goose breasts, diced small 1-4 Oz. can water chestnuts, chopped fine 1 can small shrimp,
chopped fine 8 Green onions, chopped 5-6 Stalks celery, chopped
Marinate diced goose breasts in rosemary, thyme, soy sauce and garlic oil over night. Brown the goose meat in a little bit of garlic oil. I also add a little bit of White Zinfandel Wine after the meat cooks a bit. Drain excess juice when done. While browning the goose also brown the pork sausage. Add the two meats together and add the remaining ingredients and cook slightly - vegetables should still be crisp, not soft. Drain the mixture in a strainer. Place about a teaspoon of mixture in the center of each won ton skin and fold over, making a triangle. Seal the edges with a beaten egg or water. Pinch the edges together to seal tightly. Deep fry in hot canola oil until brown. Serve with soy sauce or sweet and sour sauce. Won tons can be filled in advanced and placed on a sheet of wax paper, leaving plenty of space between each one or they will stick together.
Sauce • 1 ½ cups brown sugar • 3 cups Ketchup • 3 tbs liquid smoke • ¾ cup of chopped onion • ¾ tsp garlic salt • ¾ cup water
Mix together well and then pour sauce over the meatballs. Bake @ 350 degrees for 1 hour Serve on a bed of mashed potatoes or white rice.
Cheezy Corn & Potato Chowder 2 TB. Butter 3 Small carrots, diced 1 Large stalk celery, diced 1 Large onion, chopped 2 Cups chicken broth 6 Potatoes (approx. 1 ½ Lbs) peeled & chopped 2 ¼ Cups milk 2 Cups fresh frozen or store bought corn ½ tsp salt
Submitted by Penny Hoxworth
1 Pinch cayenne pepper (optional) 1 tsp. black pepper (or to taste) 1 tsp. garlic powder (or to taste) 2 TB. Cornstarch 2 Cups shredded cheese (I prefer Colby/Jack) 1 Lb. crispy cooked bacon, crumbled Seasoned Croutons
In large pot melt butter. Add carrots, celery & onion, saute until tender. Add broth & potatoes, cook until tender but not mushy (do not drain). Mash aprox. 1/3 of potatoes to thicken. Reduce heat, stir in 2 cups of the milk, corn, salt, cayenne, garlic powder & black pepper. In a small bowl whisk remaining milk with corn starch until well blended. Slowly pour and stir mixture into the soup. Heat slowly until thickened, may have to add more to consistency you prefer. Remove from heat, slowly add 1 cup of the cheese. Stir until melted. Taste and season more if needed. Garnish: I like to garnish each bowl with bacon crumbles, more shredded cheese and seasoned croutons
Meat Options: Can add leftover diced turkey, chicken or shrimp which is my favorite.
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Grilled Brisket Submitted by Casey Seymour
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My favorite cut of meat to prepare on my grill is a Brisket! The biggest reason I like brisket is the time and patients it takes to prepare. I have put together the process I uses and I hope you like it as much as I do! Happy Grilling!
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The single most important ingredient in preparing a Brisket is the Brisket selection itself. When I look for a brisket I am looking for a “Prime Brisket” or as close to Prime as I can find. Prime has a better marbling then what you in a Choice brisket and “Fat is Flavor” so it is important what you buy. I have used both Prime and Choice and both work great I just prefer to spend the extra money and get the Prime. To me its worth it.
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The Brisket is comprised of two muscles, the flat and the point. The best time to trim the brisket is when I have pulled it from the Frig and it still very cold.
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“The Meat Side” I want to make sure I remove and all “Hard Fat” during the trimming process because it will not render during the cooking process. I want to make sure I shave as much of the “Hard Fat” from the brisket as possible but not completely getting in the actual meat itself. Leaving the “Softer Fat” alone, or slightly trimming, is fine because it will render down during the cooking process. I like to trim and the edge to of the brisket to keep it clean and also remove any “Hard Fat” and “Rough Meat” away from the brisket.
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Trimming the Brisket
“The Fat Side” Between the Flat and Point there is a “Connective Fat” I want to remove. I want to shave this off and leave the brisket flat and smooth. I will lose some meat during the process but it if very minimal. This also helps with cooking the brisket more evenly in my smoker. On the “Fat side” I want to trim the fat so its is somewhere between ¼” – ½” thick. This is a preference more than anything but, this is what I have found has worked the best for me. What I don’t want to happen is cut so much of the fat off I expose the meat. I want to make sure there is a thin layer of fat over the meat as much as possible.
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Call your 21st Century Sales Staff for a demo and more details. 1 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 31 October 2020 to 01 March 2021. Subject to approved credit on a Revolving Plan account, a service of John Deere Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No down payment required. Introductory rate of 0% APR is for 60 months only, regular Revolving Plan rates will apply after that. The regular Revolving Plan rate, which varies over time, is currently 18.25% APR. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offers available on new equipment and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 2 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 31 October 2020 to 01 March 2021. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial. No down payment required. $16.67 per month for every $1,000 financed. 0% APR for 60 months only. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offers available on new John Deere 1025R Compact Utility Tractors and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 3 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 31 October 2020 to 01 March 2021. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial, for consumer use only. Down payment may be required. Average down payment is 20%. $98 monthly payment based on MSRP of $8999.00 with $1799.80 down payment or trade-in, 84 months at 3.9% APR. Attachments, taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offer available on new John Deere Gator Utility Vehicles and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. *The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information. ** Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JOHNDEERE.COM. Before operating or riding, always refer to the safety and operating information on the vehicle and in the operator’s manual. John Deere, the leaping deer symbol, and green and yellow trade dress are trademarks of Deere & Company. 1 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 31 October 2020 to 01 March 2021. Subject to approved credit on a Revolving Plan account, a service of John Deere Financial, f.s.b. For consumer use only. No down payment required. Introductory rate of 0% APR is for 60 months only, regular Revolving Plan rates will apply after that. The regular Revolving Plan rate, which varies over time, is currently 18.25% APR. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offers available on new equipment and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 2 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 31 October 2020 to 01 March 2021. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial. No down payment required. $16.67 per month for every $1,000 financed. 0% APR for 60 months only. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offers available on new John Deere 1025R Compact Utility Tractors and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. 3 Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 31 October 2020 to 01 March 2021. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial, for consumer use only. Down payment may be required. Average down payment is 20%. $98 monthly payment based on MSRP of $8999.00 with $1799.80 down payment or trade-in, 84 months at 3.9% APR. Attachments, taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer. Offer available on new John Deere Gator Utility Vehicles and in the U.S. only. Prices and savings in U.S. dollars. *The engine horsepower and torque information are provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower and torque will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s website for additional information. ** Term limited to years or hours used, whichever comes first, and varies by model. See the LIMITED WARRANTY FOR NEW JOHN DEERE TURF AND UTILITY EQUIPMENT at JOHNDEERE.COM. Before operating or riding, always refer to the safety and operating information on the vehicle and in the operator’s manual. John Deere, the leaping deer symbol, and green and yellow trade dress are trademarks of Deere & Company.
I am a big fan of seasoning from Meat Church, www. MeatChurch.com. For Brisket, I used two of their seasoning , Holy Cow and Holy Gospel. I do a High Season to make sure there is a good uniform placement across the brisket. I like to go two-to-one Holy Cow to Holy Gospel. I start with the meat side first. After I have seasoned the meat side I let it set for 30 minutes to allow the seasoning to adhere to the meat. On the meat side I am looking for almost a “Bark Like” crust to form before I flip it over to the fat side. When I flip it over to the fat side I am going to do the same steps as I did on the meat side. Let sit for 30 minutes and I am ready to grill!
I want to bring my grill up to 190 degrees and cook the brisket “Fat Side” Up. I want the internal temp of the brisket to get 190 degrees. This isn’t anything I want to rush. This stretch of cooking typically take somewhere between 18-20 hours. There are a million factors that come in to play but it has never taken me more or less than 18-20 hours to get to 190 degrees. Once the I have a temp of 190 degrees I pull the brisket off of the grill and wrap in butcher paper. Once It
all wrapped up, very tightly, I put back on the grill and bring the internal temp up to between 200 - 205 degrees. I will set the temp of the grill to 250 – 275 degrees and it will typically take 4 hours to get to 200 – 205 degrees. Once I have the temp between 200 – 205 degrees I pull the brisket and let is rest in a cooler for about an hour. Once the brisket has rested for an hour I pull it from the cooler and slice it ,against the grain, and serve. Total Prep: 1 - 1 ½ Hours Total Cook Time: 23-25 Hours
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Used Equipment â€” Combines
2013 John Deere 9670 Combine 2,175 Eng Hrs, 1,364 Sep Hrs, C075947 Located at Wray, CO
2015 John Deere S680 Combine
2018 John Deere S770 Combine
2018 John Deere S780 Combine
1,422 Eng Hrs, 1,120 Sep Hrs, C088976 Located at Bridgeport, NE
2015 John Deere S680 Combine
949 Eng Hrs, 728 Sep Hrs, C088914 Located at Ogallala, NE
2013 John Deere S680 Combine
2016 John Deere S670 Combine
2017 John Deere S670 Combine
1.441 Eng Hrs, 1,082 Sep Hrs C074750, Yuma, CO
1,427 Eng Hrs, 1,013 Sep Hrs C073615, Scottsbluff, NE
1,785 Eng Hrs, 1,333 Sep Hrs C083474, Yuma, CO
2,117 Eng Hrs, 1,430 Sep Hrs C089302, Wray, CO
1,649 Eng Hrs, 1,000 Sep Hrs C077408, Alliance, NE
2016 John Deere S670 Combine
2016 John Deere S670 Combine
2015 John Deere S670 Combine
2015 John Deere S670 Combine
2012 John Deere S670 Combine
1,456 Eng Hrs, 969 Sep Hrs C075462, Sterling, CO
1,599 Eng Hrs, 1,135 Sep Hrs C083499, Cheyenne Wells, CO
3,246 Eng Hrs, 2,325 Sep Hrs C076720, Imperial, NE
3,0833 Eng Hrs, 2,740 Sep Hrs C077037, Scottsbluff, NE
2,457 Eng Hrs, 1,702 Sep Hrs C077076, Sidney, NE
2012 John Deere S660 Combine
2010 John Deere 9770STS Combine
2007 John Deere 9670STS Combine
2005 John Deere 9660STS Combine
2000 John Deere 9650STS Combine
2,100 Eng Hrs, 1,575 Sep Hrs C089395, Imperial, NE
3,854 Eng Hrs, 2,662 Sep Hrs C072342, Torrington, WY
4,079 Eng Hrs, 2,906 Sep Hrs C083059, Cheyenne Wells, CO
2,489 Eng Hrs, 1,832 Sep Hrs C082841, Yuma, CO
36 Months Interest FREE on Select Combines
3,990 Eng Hrs, 3,056 Sep Hrs C083320, Holyoke, CO
Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 11/1/2020 to 12/31/2020. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial, for agricultural use only. Down payment may be required. Average down payment is 20%. 36 months interest waiver is valid on a 60 months contract only. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer.
Used Equipment â€” Tractors
2018 John Deere 8400R Tractor 766 Eng Hrs C083287 Located at Fort Morgan, CO
2013 John Deere 8360R Tractor 4,755 Eng Hrs, C084690, Scottsbluff, NE
2011 John Deere 8285R Tractor 5,785 Eng Hrs, C084692, Torrington, WY
2013 John Deere 7215R Tractor 3,966 Eng Hrs, C088208, Sterling, CO
2018 John Deere 8370RT Tractor 916 Eng Hrs C068338 Located at Sterling, CO
2011 John Deere 8335R Tractor 3,430 Eng Hrs, C089850, Wray, CO
2019 John Deere 8270R Tractor 227 Eng Hrs, C082813, Scottsbluff, NE
2019 John Deere 6145M Tractor 299 Eng Hrs, C088073, Alliance, NE
2014 John Deere 8370R Tractor
4,284 Eng Hrs C084684 Located at Ogallala, NE
2019 John Deere 8320R Tractor 322 Eng Hrs, C082815, Flagler, CO
2019 John Deere 8245R Tractor 125 Eng Hrs, C082830, Bridgeport, NE
2019 John Deere 6145M Tractor 390 Eng Hrs, C088068, Alliance, NE
36 Months Interest FREE on Select Tractors Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 11/1/2020 to 12/31/2020. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial, for agricultural use only. Down payment may be required. Average down payment is 20%. 36 months interest waiver is valid on a 60 months contract only. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer.
2019 John Deere 8295R Tractor
2016 John Deere 8245R Tractor
2013 John Deere 7260R Tractor
2018 John Deere 8320R Tractor 1,400 Eng Hrs, C084982, Ogallala, NE
1,801 Eng Hrs, C087648, Torrington, WY
2019 John Deere 6145M Tractor
258 Eng Hrs, C063318, Cheyenne Wells, CO
706 Eng Hrs, C082829, Fort Morgan, CO
2,322 Eng Hrs, C086448, Sterling, CO
Used Planters, Discs & Drills
2018 John Deere R4038 Sprayer
1,751 Eng Hrs C087644 Located at Bridgeport, NE
2012 John Deere DR2430 Planter 5,000 Acres, C085743, Scottsbluff, NE
2012 Case IH Precision Disk Drill 30’, 7.5” Spacing C084207, Sidney, NE
42’, 10” Spacing, C085918, Yuma, CO
Crustbuster T-S 39X10 Drill
2012 John Deere 1890 Drill/Cart 60’, 10” Spacing, C089255, Gordon, NE
2003 Krause 5436 Box Drill
2008 Vermeer 605M Baler
2019 Haybuster CMF-430 Bale Grinder
16R, 30” Spacing C087302 Located at Cheyenne Wells, CO
30’, 7.5” Spacing C087877, Burlington, CO
16,556 Bales, C084052, Alliance, NE
2017 John Deere 1775NT Planter
30’, 10” Spacing, C087113, Flagler, CO
C087637, Burdlington, CO
16R, 30” Spacing C089032 Located at Imperial, NE
2016 John Deere 1990 Air Drill
2013 New Holland BR7090 Baler
2020 John Deere DR16 Planter
2009 John Deere 1720 Planter 16R, 30” Spacing, C079676, Wray, CO
2012 John Deere DR12 Planter 12R, 30” Spacing, C079733, Bridgeport, NE
2007 Agco 5556 Baler
15,565 Bales, C083369, Alliance, NE
2006 Case IH RBX563 Baler 9,200 Bales, C085830, Sidney, NE
C078669, Torrington, WY
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Are you taking advantage of the time, efficiency, cash flow and bushel gains that your machinery can improve? 21st Century Leasing, partnered with 21st Century Equipment will work with you and your operation to find the equipment and the financing to meet your current needs. Call one of our dealerships or your sales professional today to find out more about our equipment and many financing options available.
2016 John Deere R4045 Sprayer C075568 Located at Scottsbluff, NE
2017 John Deere R4045 Sprayer C071359, Burlington, CO
2016 John Deere 640FD Platform C074168, Imperial, NE
C079361, Torrington, WY
2013 John Deere 4940 Sprayer C075570 Located at Cheyenne Wells, CO
2012 John Deere 4940 Sprayer C075580, Sidney, NE
2008 John Deere 635F Platform C073659, Scottsbluff, NE
Strobel Stalk Chopper
C081418, Torrington, WY
2016 John Deere 640FD Platform C074169 Located at Imperial, NE
2014 John Deere 4830 Sprayer C076206, Wray, CO
2012 John Deere 616C Platform C074066, Yuma, CO
Brillion WLS3 Packer C076556, Wray, CO
36 Months Interest FREE on Select Sprayers Offer valid on qualifying purchases made between 11/1/2020 to 12/31/2020. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial, for agricultural use only. Down payment may be required. Average down payment is 20%. 36 months interest waiver is valid on a 60 months contract only. Taxes, freight, setup and delivery charges could increase monthly payment. Available at participating U.S. dealers. Prices and models may vary by dealer.
2006 John Deere 4720 Sprayer C071583, Gordon, NE
2015 Crustbuster 4560X10CF Air Drill 60’, 10” Spacing C074201, Cheyenne Wells, CO
2019 John Deere 540M Loader C083713, Wray, CO
2009 Miller Pro 3275 HT Sprayer C075612, Sidney, NE
2011 John Deere 1720 Planter C077335, Bridgeport, NE
2013 John Deere XUV825i C084920, Sidney, NE
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Corporate Scottsbluff, NE
Corporate Scottsbluff, NE
Corporate Scottsbluff, NE
Army Active Duty upon High Scool Grad
Fort Morgan, CO
Army National Guard Imperial, NE
21st Century Water Tech
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Jackson Ronne National Guard Active Duty 21st Century Water Tech
Marine Corps Ogallala, NE
Sylvester Roubideaux Navy
15 Tiffany Hogsett Parts team Alliance, NE Location
Tiffany Hogsett has joined the Parts team at our Alliance, NE location. She is originally from Bridgeport, NE and Ossian, IN. Tiffany attended Norwell High School and previously worked as a Braid Operator at Parker Hannifin. She is Mom to 2 wonderful sons, and in her free time, Tiffany likes to hunt, fish, camp, shoot and visit with family & friends.
Detail Specialist Bridgeport, NE Location
Miles Wiggins has returned to our Bridgeport, NE location as a Detail Specialist. Miles is a graduate of both Bridgeport High School and Wyotech. In addition to having previously worked for us, Miles also has experience from Wiggins Feedyard, Reganis Auto and Sandberg Implement. In his free time, he likes to build gaming computers, tinker with Cummins Engines, and play with his Honda Talon side by side.
Michael Merchant Parts Specialist Burlington, CO Location
Michael Merchant is our new Parts Specialist at the Burlington, CO location. He is originally from Altamont, KS and graduated from Labette County High School. His previous work experience includes Van Deist Supply Co., Titan Machinery, Parker Hannifin, and Farmers New Holland. In his free time, Michael enjoys fishing and playing with his nine grandkids.
Parts Specialist Burlington, CO Location
Justin Woller is a new Parts Specialist at our Burlington, CO location. He is originally from Stratton, CO and has attended Pueblo, Pikes Peak, and Morgan Community Colleges. Justin’s previous work experience includes Sherriff’s Deputy for Kit Carson County and 7 years with Correctional Corporation of America, as well as 2 years with Carquest Auto Parts and 10 years at Hitchcock Inc. In his free time, Justin likes to hunt, fish, ride horses with his family, and cook.
Service Tech Cheyenne Wells, CO Location
Jacob Young is a new Service Tech at our Cheyenne Wells, CO location. He is originally from Weskan, KS, where he graduated from high school. His prior work experience includes both ranch hand and construction. Jacob is a newly wed and in his free time he likes to hunt, fish, and work on his old Ford pickup trucks.
Parts Specialist Flagler, CO Location
Logan Pautler has joined our Flagler, CO team as a new Parts Specialist. He attended Stratton High in his hometown of Stratton, CO. His prior work experience is in farming & ranching. In his free time, Logan likes to hunt, camp, and hike.
Raymundo Castillo Detail Specialist Fort Morgan, CO Location
Raymundo Castillo has returned to our Fort Morgan, CO location as a Detail Specialist. Originally from Mexico, Raymundo had been a staple at the location for several years up through 2018. In his free time, he likes to spend time with his family.
Detail Specialist Gordon, NE Location
Evan Pascale has joined our Gordon, NE team as a new Detail Specialist. Evan is originally from Loveland, CO and has previous experience with both Ranch and Day work. In his free time, Evan likes to hang out and spend time with his girlfriend.
Student Technician Gordon, NE Location
Jake Wojcik is a new Student Technician at our Gordon, NE location. He is a recent graduate of Chadron Senior High School and a recipient of a scholarship from the Western Equipment Dealership Association (WEDA). Originally from Des Moines, IA, Jake’s work history includes (student) Columbia County Bus Shop, Walmart, and ranch hand for Nitsch’s Fencing and Fabrication. In his free time, he likes to hunt, fish, work on vehicles, and spend time with friends. Jake started the Deere program at Milford this fall.
Robert Stratton Student Technician Holyoke, CO Location
Robert Stratton is a new Student Technician at our Holyoke, CO location attending NJC in Sterling. Originally from Sterling, CO, he recently graduated from Sterling High. His previous work experience includes work in a diesel shop, groundskeeper for a golf course, and also hay farming. In his free time, Robert likes working on cars, trap shooting, and golfing.
Student Technician Holyoke, CO Location
Jacob Walker is a new Student Technician at our Holyoke, CO location attending SECC in Milford. He is a recent graduate of Haxtun High School in his hometown of Haxtun, CO. Jacob has previously worked for us over 2 summer seasons, and in his free time he likes to work on his project car.
Blaine Schmidt ISG Consultant Ogallala, NE Location
Blaine Schmidt has joined our Ogallala, NE team as their new ISG Consultant. Blaine graduated from high school in his home town of Fleming, CO. HE also attended Northeastern Junior College and CSU. His prior work history includes Advanced Energy Ind. Inc., CHS, and Farmer’s Edge. In his free time, Blaine enjoys camping, kayaking, golfing, and motorcycling.
Finance Specialist Scottsbluff, Nebraska Location
Kim December has joined the Support Center Staff as a Finance Specialist. Kim is originally from Sheboygan, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Kim has previously worked for John Deere Financial in Madison, WI; Corus Metals in Seattle, WA; CBS Personnel, Inc. in Cincinnati, OH; Ryerson Steel in Chicago, IL and Hydrite Chemical Co in Brookfield, WI. Kim comes to her position with significant experience in credit, collections and financial analysis. In her free time, Kim likes to spend time tent camping her dog Beauregard and her husband Dave. Dave December is the VP of Marketing at 21st Century Equipment. Owen Palm, CEO, says, “after a year with Dave aboard, we’re happy we got Kim.” Kim is also a Food Network junkie (favorite show is Chopped) and avid reader, reading up to five newspapers a day. She is currently reviewing Ina Garten’s book “Modern Comfort Food” and reading, “The Paris Architect” by Charles Belfoure.
Parts Specialist Scottsbluff, NE Location
Sara Sauer is our new Parts Specialist at the Scottsbluff, NE location. She is originally from Colorado and previously attended Culinary School. Her prior work experience includes farming, stay-home mom, preschool teacher, and AP for a construction company. In her free time, Sara enjoys anything outside, including farming, riding horses, crafts, and baking.
Parts department Sterling, CO Location
Mike Hill has joined the Parts department at our location in his home town of Sterling, CO. Mike has 26 years of experience in Law Enforcement, 22 of which were with the CO State Patrol. He also has 5 years of experience working with HE Farms in Iliff, CO. In his free time, Mike likes to spend time with family, hunt, fish, and go camping.
Student Technician Sterling, CO Location
Brien Kester is a new Student Technician at our Sterling, CO location, He is a recent high school graduate and is originally from Julesburg, CO. Brien started the Diesel program at NJC this fall. In his free time he likes to work in his shop, watch movies, and learn about history.
Clerk Sterling, CO Location
Reagan White has joined the Sterling, CO team as their new Location Clerk. Originally from Meade, KS where she graduated from High School. She also graduated from OPSU with a BS in Agribusiness with Animal Science minor. He has spent the past 2 years working at Larson Angus Ranch as the Assistant Herdsman, setting up protocols for other producers. In her free time, Reagan likes to spend time on a boat at the lake with her friends and family.
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COLORADO Burlington 17777 Hwy 385 (719) 346-8213 • (866) 871-6463 Cheyenne Wells 44578 Hwy 40 (719) 767-5605 • (800) 275-4396 Flagler 4707 County Road V (719) 765-4428 • (800) 764-4428 Fort Morgan 20911 Hwy 34 (970) 867-9434 • (888) 529-5261 Holyoke 39924 Hwy 6 (970) 854-3112 • (800) 584-9199 Sterling 18793 Hwy 6 (970) 522-6697 • (800) 874-6291 Wray 36535 Hwy 385 (970) 332-4141 • (877) 260-0241 Yuma 704 East 8th Ave. (970) 848-5482 • (800) 848-5482
NEBRASKA Alliance 1520 West 10th St. (308) 762-5870 • (888) 762-5870 Bridgeport 9738 US 26 (308) 262-1110 • (800) 682-5121 Gordon 6742 State Hwy 27 (308) 282-0665 • (800) 535-4450 Imperial 1001 North Hwy 61 (308) 882-4326 • (800) 525-4934 Ogallala 101 Road East 80 (308) 284-4049 • (800) 658-4227
Scottsbluff 3609 Hwy 26 (308) 632-4440 • (800) 658-4440 Sidney 1901 Link 17J (308) 254-2511 • (866) 233-2511 Wyoming Torrington 5180 US Hwy 26 (307) 532-7071 • (800) 658-3254