Federal judge denies motion by John Deere to rule ahead of right-to-repair trial

A decision has been made in the John Deere right-to-repair case.

A federal judge denying a motion by the manufacturing company to have the court rule on the facts before trial.
Anti-trust suits were filed by more than seventeen farmers across the U.S. saying that John Deere monopolized the repair service market and prevented farmers from fixing their own equipment.

Earlier this year, John Deere signed a right-to-repair memorandum of understanding with the American Farm Bureau. They were the first manufacturer to do so.

Related Stories
Jalyssa Beaudry tells Brownfield Ag News that 75 percent of the dairy farmers she interviewed do not use automated milking systems on their operations.
Potatoes USA developed new software to see just how popular their product really is.