Tag: Agronomic Design
The past two posts in our agronomic challenges series have discussed soil compaction and crop residue. In our last installment with Case IH experts and moderator Jim Patrico, senior editor of DTN/The Progressive Farmer, who were at this year’s AG CONNECT Expo, we learn about managing risks associated with shifting crop patterns and practices. How are you managing risk on your operation?
On the Be Ready Stage at the recent AG CONNECT Expo, Jim Patrico, senior editor of DTN/The Progressive Farmer, talked with three Case IH experts about managing agronomic challenges in 2013. In our last post, we included video featuring main points from their discussion on soil compaction. (more…)
At the recent AG CONNECT Expo, a panel of Case IH experts, moderated by Jim Patrico, senior editor of DTN/The Progressive Farmer, offered advice on how to manage your agronomic challenges in 2013. In this and upcoming posts, we’ll feature video highlights from their discussion regarding three topics: soil compaction, crop residue and shifting crop patterns/practices. (more…)
See what’s new and trending in production agriculture at Commodity Classic, America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show. Soybean, corn, wheat and sorghum farmers will descend upon Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 28-March 2 to see the latest innovations, hear game-changing ideas and meet agriculture leaders from across the nation. (more…)
Author and futurist Jack Uldrich gave a presentation entitled “Why Future Trends in Agriculture Will Require Unlearning” at a recent Case IH event. Check out the video highlights from his presentation. (more…)
For those of you with specialty crops or smaller fields, the smaller and lighter Patriot® 2240 – a Class 2, self-propelled sprayer – may be a perfect fit. It offers narrower track spacing than its larger family members and boasts more ground clearance than any competitive sprayer in its class. Have you been looking for something like this?
Helping you make the most of every seed’s yield potential through Agronomic Design is fundamental to our design and product development process. We will be highlighting our Agronomic Design innovations at the AG CONNECT Expo in Kansas City, Mo. from Jan. 29-31. Will you be there? (more…)
Improve yield. It’s the mantra you live by each growing season. What do you focus on to improve yields? (more…)
At Case IH, we design equipment with a producer’s agronomy needs in mind. Every individual plant counts and that’s why we design our equipment specifically to help maximize yield potential. For more information, watch this video. (more…)
Bankers continued to report higher farmland values this year, although the pace of appreciation slowed from the first quarter, reports the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in its Agricultural Finance Databook.* What are farmland values in your area? (more…)