Today’s guest blogger is Tony McClelland, Case IH Crop Production Specialist for Illinois and most of Missouri. Growing up, McClelland spent his summers at his family farm in Michigan. He started with Case IH in 1999 in tech support for Case IH Magnum™ and Maxxum® tractors. Before becoming a Crop Production Specialist, McClelland worked in inside sales, high horsepower tractor marketing and served as a tractor specialist. (more…)
Del Massey, Case IH Crop Production Product Specialist who covers parts of Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee and the Bootheel region of Missouri, kicks off our 2014 planting reports. Del grew up on a farm in northeast Arkansas, growing corn, rice and soybeans. The farm is still in operation today. He’s been with Case IH for four years – the past two years as a Crop Production Product Specialist. (more…)
The American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Young Farmers & Ranchers program recently announced the Excellence in Agriculture award winners. The three runners-up were each awarded a Case IH Farmall® 45A tractor at the AFBF annual convention in San Antonio, Texas.
Are you involved with AFBF? How has your involvement benefitted you? (more…)
Spring is here, and that means that hay season is just around the corner. With that in mind, Case IH is launching our spring sales event! Now through June 30, you can finance a Case IH Farmall®, Puma® or Maxxum® series tractor, along with hay and forage equipment, with up to zero percent interest. (more…)
American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Young Farmers & Ranchers program held their annual convention in San Antonio, Texas, where they announced the winners of the Achievement Award. Each of the award runners-up received a Case IH Farmall® 65A. (more…)
The American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Young Farmers & Ranchers program recently held their annual convention in San Antonio, Texas, where they announced the Discussion Meet winners. Each of the competition’s runners-up received a Case IH Farmall® 55A. (more…)
Each farmer has his or her own rule of thumb for determining planting depths for different crops, but is there really a “magic number” when it comes to seed planting depth?
What is your rule of thumb for determining planting depth? (more…)