[...] isn't space here to list all standards program accomplishments through the early 1990s, but consider a few general benefits: * Consistent and efficient communications through standards serve our members, industries, and society. * Tractor-implement compatibility and interchangeability for convenience, efficiency, and cost savings for users * Safer farms and ranches through safety standards for symbols, tractors, implements, manure storage, chemigation, standby electric power, and so many more * Efficiencies, cost savings, and convenience for industry, farmers, and ranchers through fewer varieties of parts, materials, and components (and those benefits were enhanced by U.S. transition to SI dimensions).
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