Tag: Axial-Flow Combines
Perhaps no other time of year focuses our attention on farming efficiently like harvest season does. The next level of efficiency starts with a new level of automation — and it’s closer than you think. Case IH defines this advancement as the Supervised Autonomy category of automation.
A successful harvest isn’t measured by speed; it’s measured in bushels of clean, high-quality grain in the tank. To bring a new level of simplicity and efficiency to your harvest, Case IH is rolling out new combine automation technology.
With farm show season upon us, you have a chance to learn about Case IH’s newest products and practices before you begin to plan for next year. Check out the list of farm shows across the United States and Canada that Case IH will be attending and plan a trip to the location closest to you.
Put more grain in the tank with the redesigned Case IH 3162 TerraFlex™ draper head. With a CentraCut™ Knife Drive, flexible cutterbar and a range of cutting widths, this header delivers maximum productivity and performance.
If you’re stuck waiting for your fields to dry out so you can get your crops planted, you’re hoping to avoid similar conditions when you go to harvest them. Outfitting your Axial-Flow® combine with a Mud Hog® rear-wheel assist axle now can improve your harvest — no matter the conditions.
When you head to the field at harvest, your goal is to leave the field with the most, highest-quality grain possible. New Axial-Flow® 250 series combines, coupled with our innovative combine automation system, will help you hit the mark.
We’ve all been there. A great crop sits in the field while you tackle your rainy-day checklist in the shop, waiting for the ground to dry. Get your combine ready for whatever Mother Nature has in mind by upgrading to a Mud Hog® powered rear axle.
Although some might consider it counting your chickens before they’re hatched, yield estimating can be a valuable planning and harvest preparedness tool. Best of all, it’s relatively easy, requiring only a little of your time and a few simple calculations.
It’s understandable if putting your combine through its paces isn’t high on your to-do list right now. But between caring for your crops and preparing for the county fair, and between putting up hay and attending your kids’ ballgames, harvest time can sneak up on us.
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.