As winter sets in and equipment gets stored away after a productive harvest, machine inspections should be top of mind. While checking equipment for updates and repairs should be done routinely throughout the year, a proper post-season inspection from your local dealer can help you get a jump-start on the busy year ahead.
At the end of a long harvest season, your equipment — and batteries — have been put to the test. Now that winter is on its way, it pays to properly store your batteries so you can avoid potential failures and start the planting season at peak efficiency come spring.
Everyone knows harvest season is important. Less discussed, however, is the importance of harvest season safety. Championing safety this season can boost your productivity and lower your risk of potential personal injury, helping you through harvest on-schedule.
Planting windows can be tight, but there are simple ways to bolster your efficiency before next spring. With new, easy-to-use technologies, you can rapidly make in-field adjustments that contribute to a more productive planting season. Growers are saying the best forward-thinking investments start with Precision Planting® solutions from Case IH — including vDrive® electric drive…
Do you have a pre-harvest combine maintenance checklist? If not, now is the time to start one. A great checklist should cover anything that has been overlooked or uninspected since last harvest: technology, fluids, filters, post-harvest maintenance routines and more.
A successful year in farming is dependent on many factors beyond your control — like good ol’ Mother Nature. That’s why, at Case IH, we focus on optimizing the factors you can control. One of the most important is your crop protection application and equipment performance.
In Part 1 of this hay equipment maintenance series, we covered addressing fuel and fluid concerns, and reviewing, repairing and replacing parts. Next, we’ll cover three more tips for making the most of your hay equipment that you can perform over the summer.
High-efficiency hay starts with well-regulated equipment. And while most producers take steps to make sure their balers and compact tractors are effectively winterized, not all operators perform the summer maintenance necessary to achieve a full season of reliable use.
When planting windows narrow, growers have the need for speed. Without precision solutions, however, covering acres faster can often mean sacrificing accuracy. Read how Precision Planting® products like SpeedTube® can help overcome this challenge in our Q&A with Chris Ehman, marketing manager for Precision Solutions & Telematics at Case IH Aftermarket Solutions.