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If putting up high-quality forages is your goal, plan to attend the 2016 Hay & Forage Expo. Case IH will be there. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you. (more…)

Like most farmers these days, you’re keeping a close eye on costs. If you raise livestock, you know feed is your largest expense. Did you also know that ramping up your hay quality can help reduce those expenses? It all starts with a little time, timeliness and, of course, some good fortune. (more…)

From high-quality dairy hay to horse hay or the grass hay that feeds the country’s expanding cow herd, a timely harvest is good for your livestock, your hay-buying customers and your bottom line. Now is the time to spend some time with your hay equipment and in your hayfields. (more…)

Between analyzing last year’s results and planning for the upcoming growing season, it sometimes can be tough to keep track of the present. But making time to manage and monitor those out-of-sight, out-of-mind aspects of your operation can pay off in time and dollars this spring. (more…)

Cattlemen, Let’s Connect in San Diego

Categories: Farm Shows

As one of the year’s most-anticipated industry events, The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Cattle Industry Convention has earned its reputation as a place to learn, make and renew acquaintances, and set the course for success. (more…)

It’s easy to joke about or take lightly the weather forecaster’s dire storm predictions — when they don’t pan out. Bur rare is the winter when at least one major storm doesn’t hit home. Get ready today and you can help ease the inevitable winter storm’s impact — all across your farm. (more…)

A Battery Check Can Help Keep the Juice Flowing

Categories: Parts & Service

There’s never a good time for a dead battery — especially in the dead of winter. Spend a little time today on battery maintenance and you’ll likely prevent headaches and hassle once temperatures plummet. (more…)

Ready or not, hay-feeding season is fast approaching. The time to prepare is now, before temperatures plummet and the snow flies. A few basic steps can help you ease feeding and make the most of this important feedstuff. (more…)

Farm upkeep projects might not top your summer fun list, but they sure beat making major repairs during the height of the season. And then there are chores that simply need doing — and the dead of winter is no time to paint a house. By making good use of these summer hours, you’ll avoid headaches down the road. (more…)

Value Your Hay. Handle It the Right Way.

When your hay crop comes off as planned, it sure is satisfying. Cut at the ideal growth stage. Cured in perfect drying conditions. Baled before it rains. But do you have the right handling equipment to finish the job? (more…)