High-quality hay production requires a tractor with horsepower and agility. Most diverse operations also need a tractor that handles a grain cart, planter or disk harrow as easily as it does a large square baler. You’ll find that premium, multipurpose workhorse in the new Optum series from Case IH. (more…)
You might think your summertime to-do list is long enough. But here’s one more worth adding: a fluid analysis for your equipment. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a task that’s easier to complete or that can save you more time and expense. (more…)
Efficiently fueling and servicing your equipment helps you get more work done every day in the field. Now, you can get the most advanced field-service solutions from your local Case IH dealer. (more…)
High grain prices or low grain prices, high fuel prices or low fuel prices, it’s always good to hold down expenses. The record-breaking fuel efficiency of Case IH Steiger® tractors can help you tighten the clamps. (more…)
Timing is top of mind no matter the season. That’s especially true when it comes to getting your crop in the ground. Every day can give your crop a greater opportunity to reach its full yield potential.
Whether buying or selling, you know how valuable forages are these days. And it’s expected to stay that way. But no matter what the markets do, putting up the highest-quality hay remains the goal. New products and technology in the Case IH hay and forage lineup can help.
If you think value-priced means stripped down or reduced quality, the new Farmall® 100A series tractors will change your mind. With more standard features than comparable models, these new tractors truly deliver on their promise of a great value.
Neither cattle nor crops wait when there’s work to be done. The enhanced performance, agility and operator comfort of the new Case IH Maxxum series tractors help ensure there’s no delay. Factor in a bold, aggressive new look, and what already was an exceptional tractor now is even better.
With margins squeezed tighter than a gopher in a hay baler, efficiency and cost containment have become agriculture’s near-term mantra. Effectively marketing your crop to maximize income is critical, but as you prepare for the coming growing season, consider the expense side of the ledger.
By now, you’ve likely already begun implementing your 2015 cropping plan — seed order is in; your fall fertilizer is down; spring fertilizer is locked in; herbicide decisions are formulated. As you continue developing next year’s plan, don’t forget to factor in some flexibility.