Saskatoon, SK. – 200 growers attended combined Customer Clinics in Regina, March 15 and April 6, 2011 in Saskatoon. Many drove in, while Morris dealers hosted others.
Morris holds regular customer clinics to give buyers hands-on training on equipment operation before the seeding season begins. “These clinics get customers together, to ask questions and discuss their equipment with Morris marketing, service staff and with other customers,” says Randy Ellis, Director of North American Marketing and Sales.
Clinics included training on using the Top Con monitors for those using variable rate, as well as reviewing the operation of the air cart and air drill. Garth Massie, Morris corporate agronomist provided a session on tips for in-field settings to optimize crop establishment.
Growers had done a thorough job of doing their homework on their crop production needs, identifying the best equipment, capabilities and options for the best solution to do the job.
Not only were these growers looking for the best seed placement and germination, to make their seeding season successful they were looking for the assurance of support during the seeding operation.
With Morris 360 Service, Morris customers have access to a Morris Technical Support Specialist and receive around-the-clock troubleshooting and access to parts from April 1 to June 15.