Tag: Harvest Report
We are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel for the 2014 harvest season. In western Iowa, western Minnesota, South Dakota and southern North Dakota, the corn harvest is more than 50 percent complete, with yields of 160 to 190 bushels per acre. A good share of soybeans also have been harvested, with some of the best yields in Iowa at 60 or more bushels per acre.
Rain and late-maturing crops have created challenging harvest conditions in Nebraska. Case IH Combine Specialist Jesse Williams shares his perspective on this year’s crop.
Today’s harvest blogger is Troy Crawford, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for the Western states — California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona and Nevada. He has served Case IH customers in this role for the last year and a half, assisting them with the harvest of all the various crops that are grown in that area. Crawford grew up helping out on his uncles’ cattle ranch and wheat farm in Idaho, started as an office manager moving into sales and management at a Case IH dealership before taking his current position with Case IH. (more…)
With this post, we begin the 2013 Harvest Report series from Case IH Combine Product Specialists from across North America. These product specialists are located in the field, close to the customers and dealers they support. They bring local, specialized product expertise, and go above and beyond to help Case IH customers Be Ready. We kick off the series with guest blogger Dan Renaud, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for customers and dealers in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Renaud has been with Case IH for 32 years, spending the last half of that as a Combine Product Specialist.
In this Harvest Report, Case IH Combine Product Specialist Corwyn Lepp is our guest blogger. He tells us about conditions in his territory of South Dakota, western Iowa and western Minnesota. We’re anxious to hear about harvest progress in your part of the country. Were your yields better – or worse – than you expected. (more…)
Our guest blogger this week is Kevin Knapp, Case IH Combine Product Specialist serving northern Illinois, northern Indiana, northwest Ohio, and all of Wisconsin and Michigan. Read what he has to say, and tell us about harvest conditions in your area. (more…)
Mike King, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Minnesota and Central Iowa (north-to-south) says his customers are surprised by yields that are better than they anticipated. King, who has been with Case IH for 24 years, provides an update of harvest progress in his area. (more…)
Terry Snack, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Illinois, Missouri and Eastern Iowa, is this week’s harvest blogger. Snack was born and raised on a farm in east-central Illinois and went to work for International Harvester at about the same time the first Axial-Flow combine was introduced 35 years ago. In his three-plus decades with the company, Snack still “lives and breathes” combines. (more…)
This week’s harvest blogger is Dan Renaud (“the guy with the suspenders”), Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Renaud has been with the company for 32 years. He has spent the last 16 years as a Case IH Product Specialist and has focused solely on combines for the last 11 years. Like all Case IH Product Specialists, Renaud is based in the field, where he can most efficiently support Case IH customers and dealers. (more…)
With this post, we begin a new series featuring Harvest Reports from Case IH Combine Product Specialists based throughout North America. Case IH Product Specialists are located in the field, close to the customers and dealers they support. They bring a unique level of local, specialized product expertise and do everything they can to help their customers Be Ready. To kick off the series, we feature guest blogger Ryan G. Miller, the Case IH Combine Product Specialist for customers and dealers in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Ryan, who originally is from western Kansas, is in his third full harvest season with Case IH. (more…)