Re: What do you do for a living and is the business doing well?
I am the AG service manger for a Case and Kubota dealership in Ashland Va. I have been there for 8 years . With grain prices up, farmers are spending money. We are very busy with our own equipment and other brand tractors, that means JD Ford and MF. It all boils down to that you can't get good service just anywhere. We are not the cheapest by far but we have a backlog of work without any advertising at all. Our only limitation is that of QUALITY people to hire. I agree with the above comments that if you can find a good person, you had better be quick to hire and the work will follow.
Do what you think is right, for you will be criticized in the end anyhow.