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Case IH Plant Tours…See your favorite red equipment brought to life

Case IH Plant Tours

Before your days fill up with fieldwork, I invite you to visit one of Case IH’s three state-of-the-art agricultural equipment manufacturing facilities located throughout the Midwest for a behind-the-scenes look of what it takes to breathe life into your favorite Case IH equipment.

Plant tours are free and each facility offers something different on the assembly line. Visit the Case IH Plant Tours section for more information about each plant and scheduling tours, but in the meantime, here is a quick preview of what you’ll find at each facility:

Case IH Plant – Racine, Wisconsin

The manufacturing operation in Racine, Wis. is home to Case IH Magnum™ Series tractors. In fact, the first Magnum tractor was built in Racine nearly 25 years ago. Since then, Case IH has exported more than one-third of the tractors built here. In addition, this plant also builds transmissions for Axial-Flow® Combines, Cotton Express® Cotton Pickers, as well as axles and valves for Case IH Steiger® Series 4WD tractors.

Case IH Plant – Grand Island, Nebraska

The Case IH Center of Excellence for Grain Harvesting in Grand Island, Neb. manufactures Case IH Axial-Flow Combines and heads. Because of its proximity to some of the largest hay growing areas in North America, the plant recently underwent an expansion to accommodate the production of several types of Hay & Forage equipment, including Case IH windrowers and windrower headers.

Case IH Plant – Fargo, North Dakota

Case IH’s Fargo, N.D. facility was initially built by Doug and Maurice Steiger during the 1960s to accommodate the growing demand for their new, articulated tractor design. Today, the plant produces Case IH Steiger and Quadtrac® Series 4WD tractors and Case wheel loaders. The 600,000 square foot facility has the capacity of turning out one tractor approximately every hour. In 2005, it produced its 50,000th Steiger tractor.

Some things to keep in mind when visiting a Case IH plant…

When planning your Case IH plant tour, be sure to call ahead to make an appointment before setting out on your trip. Tours typically last an average of two hours, so plan to wear comfortable, closed-toe, flat-soled shoes – you’ll be glad you did!

Tell Us Your Plant Tour Story!

We would love to hear about your plant tour experiences. Tell us which plant you visited and what you liked best about the tour.

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  • Les Blachford6.26.2012 Reply

    Would like to tour your plant in the week of the 15th to 19th of August to tour the combine plant wondering if there are tours and what the schedule would be, is there an age limit for tour people?

    • CASE IH6.26.2012

      Visit our Plant Tours page on caseih.com to get all the details for scheduling a plant tour. You can find contact information for each plant, how to schedule a tour, visitor guidelines, and more.

  • evert hekman9.30.2012 Reply

    Hi,
    Are you still open for tours in Racine??. I am not sure i can come later this week or next week. i will contact before coming.
    regards
    evert hekman

    • CASE IH10.1.2012

      Plant Tours are by appointment only. To schedule a tour, please call 262-636-7273.

  • Frank2.20.2013 Reply

    Nice postingPlant equipment Parts ” .I have no words. THIS IS AMAZING!! Congrats!!

  • Evan Holmgren6.9.2013 Reply

    would like to know more about plant tours at Grand Island and whom to contact for scheduling a tour.

    • Case IH6.10.2013

      To schedule a plant tour at our Grand Island Nebraska operations, please contact Charlene at 308-389-5758. Tours will be scheduled twice daily, Monday through Friday. The first tour starts at 9:00 AM. Second tour starts at 1:00 pm. All tours must be scheduled in advance and are offered at no cost. Large group tours must be scheduled 30 days in advance. More information can be found on our Web site at: http://www.caseih.com/en_us/AboutUs/Pages/PlantTours.aspx

  • greg Michaleski1.27.2014 Reply

    Hi I have a group of 3 individuals interested in the tractor plant tour in Fargo ND.
    Timeframe is tentatively Feb 20 to the 25.
    What days and hours do you conduct the tours? How many days ahead does one have to book the tours?

    Thanks
    Greg Michaleski

    • Case IH2.19.2014

      Hi Greg – please visit our Plant Tour page on caseih.com for details on how to book a tour.

  • Dave Brossart8.3.2015 Reply

    We are interested in a tour I Racine on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Please let us know if this is possible.

  • Glenn Krieg4.17.2016 Reply

    I will be at the Red Power Roundup June 16-18 and would like to visit the Racine plant. How do I make reservations for a tour?

    Thank you

    • Case IH4.18.2016

      To schedule a tour, please call Deb at 262-636-7273.

  • Kyle Farley5.18.2016 Reply

    On the tours can my 4 year old son take the tour with us.

  • Leandro Vazquez8.22.2016 Reply

    hello, we will be visiting chicago occasion of the celebration of farm progress show and we would love to know the factory case in racine , I could spend a email address to contact and to make the tour

    • Case IH8.22.2016

      Visit our Plant Tours page on caseih.com to get all the details for scheduling a plant tour. You can find contact information for each plant, how to schedule a tour, visitor guidelines, and more.

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