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.
From ground-engaging pull-type models to highly productive self-propelled applicator equipment, Case IH offers a full line of application solutions that help feed, protect and nurture crops — from start to finish through every season.
Effective communication helps any farm operate more smoothly and efficiently. Until now, that mostly meant one-on-one interactions among co-workers and family members. Today — and into the future — the next level of communication means interaction with and between equipment. Case IH defines this advancement as the Coordination & Optimization category of automation.
As you evaluate what the latest technology can bring to your farming operation, it’s helpful to know what these advancements can do for you today, as well as how they might play into future offerings.
For nearly 40 years, Case IH Earth Metal® disk blades and Earth Metal sweeps have helped our entire lineup of tillage equipment perform better and more efficiently with less downtime. As you plan your tillage strategies for this fall, consider the advantages Earth Metal can bring to your operation.
The high-performance equipment you use to run your farm is valuable machinery. Case IH 4400 series corn headers and Steiger® Quadtrac® tractors hold their value better than any other corn headers or tracked tractors on the market.
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.
There are no shortcuts to a safe harvest. That’s why Case IH — as it has done annually for more than 30 years — recently launched its ProHarvest support tour with a safety training session.
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.