This Is Who We Are. This Is What We Love. At Machinery Scope and Finance Scope, we have first-hand experience in the agricultural and construction industries. Growing up on farms and having worked within dealerships on multiple levels allows us to understand what our dealers and their customers go through on a day-to-day basis. When building extended warranty, finance and lease solutions, we try […]

Machinery Scope & IronConnect Team Up To Build On Their Dealer Solutions.

    ALEXANDRIA, MN—(April 16, 2018) – Machinery Scope, LLC, a provider of agriculture extended warranty solutions, appraisals, and inspections is excited to partner with IronConnect, LLC, a private wholesale  dealer to dealer network to bring dealers across North America a portfolio of solutions with exceptional customer service. Over the past five years, Machinery Scope […]

Merry Christmas!

The Holiday Season is full of many joys, and the opportunity to say Thank You for your business is certainly one of them! And Here is a video to bring you some Joy! We are available to serve you: 7am – 7pm Monday – Friday 7am – 2pm Saturday Central Time   We look forward to […]

U.S. Treasury Withdrawing Proposed Estate Tax Regulations

By Sara Brown Dovers The U.S. Department of Treasury issued a report late Wednesday to comply with Executive Order 13789 from President Donald Trump, detailing eight tax regulation changes. Most notable for farmers and ranchers is the withdrawal of the proposed regulations under §2704, which would have put more restrictions on estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes. In […]

Rust on the Rise

Southern Corn Rust Strikes Again in Midwest Emily Unglesbee DTN Staff Reporter 9/28/2016 | 11:47 AM CDT ROCKVILLE, Md. (DTN) — David Brown, of Carmine, Illinois, probably wouldn’t call himself a Southerner. But the corn, soybean and wheat farmer is getting a taste of Southern crop management this year, after southern corn rust breached the […]

A Stronger Producer & Dealer Partnership

Equipment dealers consider ways to reinvent themselves to better serve farmers in challenging times By Ben Potter When commodity prices slip, farmers feel the ill effects first, but everyone eventually gets a taste. That’s apparent now to equipment dealers, who face a multiyear sales decline, contracting net income and a less-than-stellar intermediate outlook. According […]