Whether you’re still working around the weather to get those last fields planted or your crops are emerged and well on their way, an effective field scouting plan will give your crops the best opportunity to reach their full yield potential.
As you evaluate what the latest technology can bring to your farming operation, it’s helpful to know what these advancements can do for you today, as well as how they might play into future offerings.
Jim Tubbs and his son, George, have farmed about 9,000 acres on their operation in western Kansas, which was homesteaded some 100 years ago by their family. However, the Case IH equipment they use is new to them.
Diverse farming operations around the world require varying levels of automation. This technology can advance the precision farming solutions already in place on all types of farming operations — including yours. But it’s helpful to understand how these advancements can fit the way you farm.
There are no shortcuts to a safe harvest. That’s why Case IH — as it has done annually for more than 30 years — recently launched its ProHarvest support tour with a safety training session.
If stored properly, your hay can be kept for long periods of time without nutrient loss. Whether round or square, large or small bales, using the best twine or wrap is important to preserve hay quality and bale integrity.
Whether you’re digging into the benefits a yield monitor can bring to your farm or you’re interested in exploring the potential varying levels of autonomy holds, Case IH can help you determine how these innovations fit your individual operation.
It’s tough to knock spring rains. The moisture is welcome and critical to help your crops get off to a good start. But with the recent rainy stretch slowing planting across wide swaths of the country, Case IH track technology can help bring timeliness and efficiency to your operation.
Whether you’re moving bales off the hay field, cleaning cattle pens or loading a mixer wagon, the new L10 series premium loaders from Case IH deliver features that help you work more efficiently.
Editors notes: Case IH strongly supports programs that are driving agriculture globally, such as the non-profit organization Tractors for Africa. All tractors through this program are fundraised and managed by Tractors for Africa.
On your farm, High-Efficiency Farming is about small changes in your agronomic approach that can yield big gains, such as adding technology to your planter for better seed placement. In the African country of Burkina Faso, High-Efficiency Farming starts with a Farmall® tractor.