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To: richardred who wrote (4649)11/1/2019 11:04:47 AM
From: richardred  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 6103
 
Picked-up some shares of ARTW today all > 2. Some shares were available. IMO, most likely by tax loss sellers. If it may be the case? Looking forward to seeing a possible form 4 filing. Just thinking Maybe Ward McConnell is still a buyer under 2? You just never know how well the new planting season will go next year. This past season went terrible for ARTW.

To: richardred who wrote (4438)11/26/2017 1:55:08 PM
From: richardred of 5616
RE-ARTW - With Deere's latest earnings Blowing off the farm dust. Ward McConnell Jr. beneficial owner have been buying in this mid 2 range. His forward options are way out of the money. 275 thousand worth doesn't seem like chicken feed to me IMO.

Koenig Equipment Completes Acquisition of Smith Implements

October 31, 2017 | Posted in Dealers on the Move, Dealer News

BOTKINS, Ohio – Koenig Equipment, Inc., a John Deere dealer based in Botkins, Ohio, completed its acquisition of Smith Implements, Inc., effective October 31, 2017. With the six additional locations, Koenig Equipment now owns and operates 13 John Deere dealership facilities serving agricultural, commercial, governmental and residential customers in 42 counties across Ohio and Indiana.

“Acquiring more locations and increasing our geographic footprint is most exciting because it provides Koenig with additional resources to serve customers more effectively and efficiently while offering greater opportunities for personal and professional growth to our employees,” said Koenig CEO Aaron Koenig. Employing approximately 280 people, Koenig is among the largest equipment dealers in the Midwest.

To learn more about Koenig Equipment and the products and services provided, please visit the company website at koenigequipment.com and follow the company on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About Koenig Equipment
Founded in 1904 by John C. Koenig, now in its fourth generation as an employee-owned business, Koenig Equipment is a farm and turf equipment dealer proudly serving local agricultural communities, residential property owners, landscapers and contractors. With thirteen locations across southwestern Ohio and southeastern Indiana, Koenig specializes in high-quality brands including John Deere, Honda and Stihl.

farm-equipment.com




To: richardred who wrote (4649)12/12/2019 11:54:31 AM
From: richardred  Respond to of 6103
 
RE-ARTW speculation RE-Form 4 Ward McConnell picking up some small buys @ 1.75. Adding to his 2 million booty.

P.S.