Tag: Efficient Power
With margins squeezed tighter than a gopher in a hay baler, efficiency and cost containment have become agriculture’s near-term mantra. Effectively marketing your crop to maximize income is critical, but as you prepare for the coming growing season, consider the expense side of the ledger.
By now, you’ve likely already begun implementing your 2015 cropping plan — seed order is in; your fall fertilizer is down; spring fertilizer is locked in; herbicide decisions are formulated. As you continue developing next year’s plan, don’t forget to factor in some flexibility.
Mother Nature may have put a damper on Farm Progress Show – the third day being cancelled due to stormy, wet weather – but Case IH had a strong showing on Tuesday and Wednesday. We are thankful for the many visitors who came out and had a chance to get an up-close look at the new Case IH products that complete the Efficient Power line up. The Be Ready stage featured experts speaking on hot industry topics and was a hit with attendees. (more…)
No matter how you prefer to cut or package hay, Case IH offers a growing lineup of innovative equipment to harvest and handle it. Did you see the new Case IH hay and forage tools at last week’s Farm Progress Show? How might they benefit your operation? (more…)
Case IH chose its SCR-only emissions solution right from the start and will complete its Efficient Power offering with several model year 2015 launches. Rounding out the industry-leading Case IH lineup are the 240 series Axial-Flow® combines, WD 4 series windrowers, Maxxum® and Farmall® 100A series tractors, Patriot® sprayers and Titan™ floaters. (more…)
In spring 2015, Case IH customers will get to use the newly introduced True-Tandem™ 335 VT for spring tillage. The 335 VT builds on the heritage of the successful True-Tandem 330 Turbo with added features designed to allow the user to take more control of their operation and reduce maintenance. (more…)
Over the past couple of years, tractor technology has greatly evolved. Much of the focus has been meeting Tier 4 Final emissions standards, but some of the other common trends in tractor technology involve fuel efficiency, CVT transmissions and cab comfort. (more…)
In the previous post, we introduced you to the Combine Header Center of Excellence. Coming out of this world-class production facility located in Burlington, Iowa, are the new Case IH 3000 series draper headers, which are designed to harvest more acres in less time, with superior crop feeding and less susceptibility to crop moisture.
What features do you look for in Case IH draper headers? (more…)