When planting, convenience and productivity are key. That’s why the new 2130 Early Riser® stack-fold planter from Case IH provides convenient bulk-fill and fertilizer options for accurate, high-speed planting.
Diverse farming operations around the world require varying levels of automation. This technology can advance the precision farming solutions already in place on all types of farming operations — including yours. But it’s helpful to understand how these advancements can fit the way you farm.
In many parts of the country, this planting season provided a great reminder about how easily windows for fieldwork open and close. If — rather than spending a day or two preparing your planter — you’d prefer to be in the field planting next spring, take the time now to properly store your planter.
It’s tough to knock spring rains. The moisture is welcome and critical to help your crops get off to a good start. But with the recent rainy stretch slowing planting across wide swaths of the country, Case IH track technology can help bring timeliness and efficiency to your operation.
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.
A driving force behind Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) is to provide the information you need to help optimize performance, profit and productivity. Other features can help ease your workload so you can be more efficient with your time. But neither can happen if you’re not getting the most from your technology.
The Case IH air drill product line continues to deliver on productivity and agronomics with enhancements in 2018. From performance to precision and from durability to convenience, these advancements deliver high-efficiency seeding.
The move from traditional radio-signal guidance to Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) RTK+ cellular network guidance is a bit like going from a fender-mounted AM radio to an AM/FM Weatherband radio with CD and Bluetooth in our Surveyor™ cab — only better.
When you head to the field this spring, planter in tow, you’ve got a lot on your mind. But if you’re willing to shatter some long-standing assumptions, you can simplify your focus to a handful of agronomic factors. And that can go a long way toward achieving the fast, uniform emergence that produces picket-fence stands of photocopy plants and, ultimately, higher yields.
If pushing your clock ahead, a green hue across the pasture or college basketball brackets brings on that familiar spring itch, it’s important to apply the salve of patien
ce before you start scratching your fields. As difficult as that might seem, your soils will thank you — and your crops will reward you.