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Help Yourself to Valuable AFS Academy Offerings

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Case IH customers have an extensive offering of classes through the AFS (Advanced Farming Systems) Academy, a new, dedicated training program that focuses on Case IH precision farming products. (more…)

Bill Hoeg, Case IH Planter Sales and Marketing Manager in North America, is our guest blogger for this two-part series on how to buy a planter. In Part One, Bill discussed agronomic principles to keep in mind. In this post, he covers important considerations related to operation-type, location and farming practices, all in an effort to help you Be Ready to meet the demands of the future. (more…)

Farmers See AFS as an Important Management Tool

Categories: AFS Connect

To Be Ready for the future, you need to utilize the most efficient and time-saving technology to maximize your investment. Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) precision technology has become a necessary component in many farming practices.  (more…)

From former President George W. Bush to Trace Adkins to Tom Vilsack, there are some big names on tap at the ag trade shows in 2012.  Are you planning to attend any shows this winter?  Which one do you like best, and why?  Leave a comment and let us know. (more…)

From The Field: How Can Farmers Maximize Every Acre?

Categories: AFS Connect

Check out Case IH’s latest “From the Field” video post on The Weather Channel titled, “How can farmers maximize every acre?”. This video post highlights how Precision Farming technologies, such as autoguidance systems and software, increase planting, seeding, and spraying efficiency.

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How have precision farming technologies been helpful to you?

Case IH and several Wisconsin Case IH dealers are partnering with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Agricultural Research Stations as part of the company’s commitment to help agriculture producers “Be Ready” for the future. The partnership will allow research station staff, researchers and students a chance to use and learn about precision farming technologies and the latest ag equipment advances on the university’s hundreds of acres of research plots. (more…)