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There are several good reasons for, and strategies behind, farm equipment purchases. If you look ahead to harvest and then at market conditions and decide that pre-owned is the best way to meet your equipment needs, it’s important to buy carefully and consider Case IH Certified Pre-Owned. (more…)

For more than 30 harvest seasons, Case IH has dispatched two support teams — backed by seasoned pros and stocked with thousands of genuine Case IH parts — to address wheat harvesters’ unique equipment needs on the spot. This year’s march north is well underway. (more…)

As wheat harvest moves along, make sure you’re doing all you can to efficiently bring in the most, highest-quality grain possible. Keeping a close watch on combine settings will help you do that. (more…)

If you’re not happy with your emerging crops’ stands this spring, your planter may simply need a thorough inspection. Adding this annual maintenance step before you park it for the season can help improve planter performance while improving its longevity and protecting resale value. (more…)

You don’t have to wait until your wheat starts to turn to get your combine ready. In fact, cutting wheat earlier, rather than later, can help you haul more grain to the elevator.1 (more…)

It can be a challenge to keep an eye on your crops while you’re still trying to get all of your crops in the ground. But that seems to be the theme this spring. Early season scouting is critical to your crops’ success. Be sure to make time to head off any threats. (more…)

Follow the ProHarvest Tour

A proactive approach is the only approach to farm safety. That’s why Case IH annually launches its ProHarvest support tour with a safety training session. It’s a wildly popular, fast-approaching event. Plan now to attend May 25 or 26 in Oklahoma. (more…)

Spring planting wouldn’t be spring planting without up-and-down weather. But there comes a time when we would welcome an extended dry spell to bring the season to a timely conclusion. Many farmers in parts of Illinois and Indiana are more than ready to see the dust fly again.

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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…)

Efficiency is more than a buzzword this growing season. For many of you, it’s your mantra. When it comes to application, efficiency is about more than conserving inputs — it’s about product and natural resources stewardship.1 So make time to calibrate your spray equipment now and throughout the application season. (more…)