Diverse farming operations from California to the Carolinas — or from Brazil to Bangladesh— raising everything from apples to zucchini and corn to soybeans, can benefit from varying levels of automation. Case IH has led the way and now is laying framework for the technology.
When you pull your planter into that first field each spring, what’s your mindset? Excitement? Anticipation? Cautious optimism? By first putting yourself in the mindset of the seed you’re planting, you can head to the field with confidence.
When you select the ideal row width for your operation, you’re aiming to maximize every acre’s potential. But you can’t get there if your combine header doesn’t do its part. Rest assured, the completely redesigned Case IH 4400 series combine headers get the job done — and then some.
You spend a lot of time researching and selecting the right hybrids and seed varieties for your farm. It makes good sense to choose a planter that fits your individual operation — one that will help those carefully selected seeds reach their full yield potential.
No doubt, as you gear up for spring, available equipment and coordinating fieldwork, fertilizer and crop protection applications have your attention — almost as much as the weather forecast. That’s why we designed the new Trident™ 5550 liquid/dry combination applicator to give you the ultimate in flexibility.
Do you have trash or treasure sitting in your field? Combines can help you execute on the decisions you make at harvest that will equal effective residue management — turning trash into treasure.
When faced with a remote location and long winters, Ken Vreeling and his sons find ways to make farming work with better efficiency. With Case IH by their side, the Vreelings are achieving productivity in every season with High-Efficiency Farming.
When you make a major upgrade to your equipment, you expect it to last and to help your machine perform better. Those principles drove Case IH engineers as they designed the industry’s toughest feeder chain.
A good time to look back on the growing season is while you give your combine a thorough postharvest inspection. Think about it this way: While you’re considering ways to improve next year’s crops, you’re taking steps to help ensure you do a better job harvesting those improvements.
It’s one thing to test equipment when soil, moisture and other conditions are just right. But to truly evaluate performance, you need to measure it against the toughest conditions. That’s exactly what one of the country’s most well-known farm families did this spring. And the 2000 series Early Riser® planter delivered.