Case IH experts recently joined RFD-TV’s Mark Oppold on “Rural America Live” to talk tractors, hay tools and the Case IH Spring Sales Event. Case IH panelists included Zach Hetterick, Livestock Marketing Manager; Cole Carling, Hay & Forage Marketing Manager; and Brett DeVries, Livestock Product Specialists. They answered viewers questions live on the air. Here are some examples: (more…)
Springtime is a great time to talk about tractors and hay and forage equipment, and now through June, Case IH is offering its Spring Sales Event. From landscaping to livestock, from feedlot to vineyard, there is a Case IH utility tractor for your operation. (more…)
In our previous Be Ready blog post, we told you about a recent Case IH survey of 800 producers in North America that highlighted the different considerations livestock and crop producers have when it comes to making equipment purchases for their operations. (more…)
A Case IH-sponsored 2014 survey of 800 livestock and crop producers in North America revealed differences in the way that livestock and crop producers think about farm equipment purchases. Are you a livestock or crop producer? What considerations top your list when looking for farm equipment? (more…)
Today’s guest blogger is Trevor Szymczak, one of two Case IH college relations specialists responsible for recruiting and managing summer interns. We asked Trevor to share with us how to find out more about internship opportunities with Case IH. (more…)
At the 2013 Farm Progress Show, Case IH unveiled a new, expanded lineup for livestock, hay and forage users. In the last three years, Case IH has introduced 26 new compact and utility tractors and 11 new hay and forage tools, providing versatile solutions to the challenges producers face every day with their operations.
Which hay and forage equipment were you most excited to see at Farm Progress Show? (more…)
At Case IH, we know that not every livestock customer is the same. Producers need a tractor that is easy to maneuver in tight spaces, but rugged enough for moving round bales or mowing pastures.
Bankers continued to report higher farmland values this year, although the pace of appreciation slowed from the first quarter, reports the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in its Agricultural Finance Databook.* What are farmland values in your area? (more…)