Tag: Hay & Forage
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.
As farm equipment grows in capabilities and complexities — not to mention in width and length — you’ve got a lot to monitor, with even more to do when it’s time to turn around and head back across the field. An extra set of hands in the cab could come in handy. The next level of automation can help.
Case IH believes strongly that member organizations bring great value to agriculture. Our more than 20 years of unwavering support for Farm Bureau only solidifies that belief. Information sharing, one-on-one interactions and ongoing involvement greatly enhance our understanding about the needs and issues important to you.
If stored properly, your hay can be kept for long periods of time without nutrient loss. Whether round or square, large or small bales, using the best twine or wrap is important to preserve hay quality and bale integrity.
With your know-how, the right equipment, the latest technology and a little bit of weather luck, high-quality hay is a beautiful — not to mention, valuable — thing. We call it high-efficiency hay.
Whether you’re moving bales off the hay field, cleaning cattle pens or loading a mixer wagon, the new L10 series premium loaders from Case IH deliver features that help you work more efficiently.
Communication among family members, employees, suppliers and service providers is critical to helping your farm stay efficient and productive. Imagine if those lines of communication extended to your different makes and models of equipment, displays and software. That’s where ISOBUS can help.
As you wait for your fields to dry (or thaw) and prepare to hit the ground running, don’t forget to take a walk — across your hayfields. Spring is the best time to evaluate alfalfa stands, consider fertility and pest control, and prepare for a timely harvest.
Forage quality determines the amount of supplemental feed required to maintain livestock performance. If your hay tools work as a system to achieve the right mix of power, efficiency and versatility to get the job done, they will help you harvest at peak nutritional value.
As you make plans to attend your favorite organizations’ annual meetings and conventions early this year, be sure to pencil in a visit with Case IH. You’ll find us at events across the country. We’d sure enjoy meeting you and learning about your operation.