You’ve invested in the technology. Every pass across your fields brings in new information and grows your knowledge base. Now what? How do you put that data to work on your farm? These tips can help you unlock the value of your precision farming data heading into the upcoming growing season:
In farming — regardless of market conditions — it’s always wise to strive for maximum efficiency in time and resources. The Case IH Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is one of the rare technologies that can deliver both. And it’s available in models across the Case IH tractor lineup.
Even if you’re not the New Year’s resolution type, this is the time of year to scrutinize every aspect of your farming operation and look for ways to increase your profit potential. Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) is one way that can help improve the expense and income sides of the ledger.
A reliable business partner can be as important to your farming operation as timely rains and a good pair of work boots. As you look for ways to make your farm more efficient, manage costs and increase production, here are some of the top reasons to consider a closer relationship with your Case IH dealer:
Whether from the seat of your combine during harvest or from the office chair, as you analyze this year’s harvest data, you’ve likely identified areas where weeds, diseases or bugs hurt yields. The latest spray equipment and application technology from Case IH could be just what you need to gain back those bushels.
Change can be tough. Especially when a single adjustment impacts a year’s worth of work and you likely can’t measure the results until harvest — maybe longer. Case IH High-Efficiency Farming is built on the idea of challenging the status quo and finding those small changes that deliver the greatest returns.
With harvest winding down, it’s important to take care of the precision-farming data you gathered throughout the season so it’s ready for analysis. We sat down with Leo Bose, Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) Marketing Manager, to get his recommendations on year-end data management:
Evaluation and decision-making are part of everyday life in farming. As you know, now is the ideal time to dig deeper and identify adjustments that can bring big benefits.
Winter feeding season plays a big role in livestock performance. It’s also one of the most important factors in how your bottom line stacks up. As you prepare for this critical season, here are several considerations that can help you strike a balance between productivity and cost management.
If you’re a hay and forage producer looking for a baler that will boost your capacity and bale density, the new LB434XL 3×4 large square baler from Case IH could be exactly what you need.