Tag: Magnum Series
As Decatur, Illinois, becomes the epicenter of U.S. agriculture Sept. 1-3 during the Farm Progress Show, make plans to visit the center of agricultural innovation: the Case IH exhibit. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you. (more…)
Fall is a rewarding time of year. But it’s hectic. And the pace seems to intensify every year as tillage and fertilizer applications become almost as important as getting the crop out. The right equipment can help you get it all done. (more…)
As summer transitions to fall, will the weather patterns change? If they do, will it be for the better? Case IH track technology can help you get your crops out so you can get back in the field with your tillage equipment quicker. And it can help you do both with a lighter footprint. (more…)
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…)
At this point in the growing season, you’re probably already thinking about harvest. If you’re concerned about how you’ll get the crop out, it’s a good time to evaluate your equipment needs. (more…)
If raising and putting up the highest-quality hay possible is your goal, the 2015 Hay & Forage Expo should be your destination. Case IH will be there. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you. (more…)
It happens: You’re into the planting season; you’ve got ground to cover; the weather isn’t helping, and neither is one of your tractors. This time, you can upgrade that troublesome tractor with confidence, thanks to the Case IH Certified Pre-Owned* Program. (more…)
Every season brings challenges and opportunities. Planting delays continue to test farmers across many Southern regions this spring. Many growers have seen firsthand how the latest Case IH technology can help them manage these challenges. (more…)
Timing is top of mind no matter the season. That’s especially true when it comes to getting your crop in the ground. Every day can give your crop a greater opportunity to reach its full yield potential.
Soil compaction is one of those things that happens when you’re trying to get ahead. Instead, it can set your fields back for years. Consider the consequences before you try to gain a day or two this spring.