It’s tough to understand something that’s tough to understand. So it’s no surprise that a new producer survey confirms widespread confusion about sharing and using farm data. Case IH is leading industry efforts to remove the complexity from data security and sharing.
Whether you feed the hay you put up or sell it, or if you run a custom-haying operation, your goal is the highest-quality product possible. Case IH technology can help you hit the mark more often and more consistently.
Every time you set foot — literally — in your fields, you compact the soil. Imagine the compaction your fully loaded combine caused as it crisscrossed a too-wet field last fall. Keep in mind the threat soil compaction poses to yields and know how to combat it.
There’s a good chance data breaches have affected you or someone you know. Although data breaches at financial institutions and retailers directly threaten our bank accounts and grab national headlines, how often do we think about data security on the job?
Whether you’re running one combine or 10, two tractors or 20, you’ve got a fleet, and you count on it to keep you productive. It’s much more than equipment; it’s an asset. Like any asset, it requires management to achieve an optimal return.
The evolution of precision technology has increased available data for producers. As a result, users want better access and better security, which raises a number of questions: Who sees what data? Where is data stored? How secure is the data? Who controls the data? And most important, who owns the data?
At Case IH, the answer is simple — farmers should own and control their own agronomic data.
As a founding member of the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA), Case IH takes data control and security seriously. You should, too. And you can do that by asking tough questions of your precision technology provider. Do you know what questions to ask? We have plenty.
This video shares an up-close look at the dashboard for AFS Connect 2.0™, a new farm management system that Case IH recently introduced. It uses advanced telematics technology to help effectively monitor and manage operations without compromising control of data. (more…)
Case IH – along with several other organizations – is supporting the recent launch of the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA). Its mission is to ensure farmers have full data access, along with security and privacy. This video features OADA Lead Aaron Ault, who is a Senior Research Engineer for the Open Ag Technology Group with Purdue University and a farmer himself. (more…)
No matter how you prefer to cut or package hay, Case IH offers a growing lineup of innovative equipment to harvest and handle it. Did you see the new Case IH hay and forage tools at last week’s Farm Progress Show? How might they benefit your operation? (more…)