LandMark Events and Clinics


July 28, 2018 @ 10:00 a.m.
Superior Country Club - 400 NE-14, Superior, NE

Golf registration begins at 9:30 a.m.$35 per person (includes green fees and lunch). Call Ron by July 20th to register (402) 879-5074 or (402) 879-4780. This tournament is hosted by LandMark Implement, Superior. All proceeds benefit the Superior Crest Theatre. While you're there, view our inventory of lawn tractors, riding lawn mowers & utility vehicles and Enter to WIN a new John Deere 1025R Tractor with 100-year anniversary hood wrap! 


Learn how to optimize the performance of your combine and minimize the stress this fall with our master service, parts, CTS and sales professionals. Clinics will last about 2 hours. Meal will be provided. Select the best clinic date or location for you!

Learn more about:

  • Cutting & Feeding
  • Threshing & Separation
  • Cleaning
  • Residue Disposal
  • Maintenance & Wear Items
  • Adjustments
  • Cab, Controls & Calibrations
  • AMS - Harvest Doc - RowSense

AUGUST 6th LandMark Marysville, KS 4:30 p.m.

AUGUST 7th LandMark Beatrice, NE 5:00 p.m.

AUGUST 8th Stastny Community Center, Hebron, NE 3:30

AUGUST 9th Adams County Fairgrounds, Hastings, NE 3:00 p.m.

AUGUST 13th LandMark Minden, NE 4:00 p.m.

AUGUST 14th LandMark Gothenburg, NE 3:30 p.m.

AUGUST 15th LandMark Holdrege, NE 3:30 p.m.

AUGUST 16th VFW Smith Center, KS 6:00 p.m.

RSVP by calling 800-652-9360 or email



Over the last couple of years, we have tried to change our clinic format to meet your needs as a customer and provide what you expect. In 2016, we brought the Fall Harvest Clinics back closer to the locations rather than a centralized clinic. We felt that this greatly increased attendance and worked well for us at a time of year that our shops are generally slower and Mother Nature typically allows us to do events outside. With our typical shop load in the spring and the uncertainty of what Mother Nature might bring, it is difficult to do the Spring Clinics in the same fashion. In 2017, we completely revamped our entire Sprayer and Planter clinic methodology. We shortened the class times  to allow more specific, focused sessions and opened it up  so you can create your own schedule. You pick the rotations you want to attend and learn about, come and go as you please. We combined what would have been four clinics into just two! Now you can learn about the product and also receive training on the AMS / Data / Technology at the same time. Plus, we are inviting in folks from other parts of the Ag Industry so you can learn from them as well. Topics have ranged from chemicals and weed control to UNL presenting on corn issues from the 2016 harvest.

We intend to continue to grow and expand our class offerings in 2018 and bring even more value to you with our clinics.  Spring clinics will continue to be centralized, and while we know this means more time and driving for some of you, we think it’s worth your investment. If you would like us to provide you with a ride there and back, just ask and we can make arrangements. We are in the process now of inviting speakers to be part of these clinics. If you have any requests, please let one of the CTS’s know and we will see what we can do.

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