New technology can remove the guesswork from operating equipment and help drive management decisions, so it’s important to know which options are best for your operation. Consider incorporating these productivity-enhancing tech solutions.
Between analyzing last year’s results and planning for the upcoming growing season, it sometimes can be tough to keep track of the present. But making time to manage and monitor those out-of-sight, out-of-mind aspects of your operation can pay off in time and dollars this spring.
From tillage to planting and all the way through harvest, Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) provides the information you need to make better decisions for the best possible agronomic performance and profit potential. A new growing season is the perfect time to put AFS to work on your farm.
Not all farms, fields or soils are suited for the classic corn-soybean rotation. Experience and the right red equipment have helped Minnesota’s Connelly brothers go corn-on-corn exclusively each of the last four years. It’s the best option across their operation.
While you’re evaluating crop inputs, equipment needs and marketing options for the coming season, it’s a good time to consider whether a crop consultant, agronomist or farm management specialist makes sense for your operation. Now is the perfect time to take a look at your options.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade a tractor, combine or sprayer, you’ll find industry-leading Case IH Efficient Power engines with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology across our high-horsepower lineup. Let’s take a look at some of the ways SCR innovations can improve your operation.
During this busy, yet often reflective time of year, we hope you take a moment to relax with family and friends as you celebrate. Then, when your thoughts turn to the new year and upcoming growing season, please know that your friends at Case IH share your optimism about agriculture.
Have you joined the Johnson family on the harvest trail? RFD-TV’s “American Harvest” documentary gives you inside access into this fourth-generation family’s custom harvesting operation through the eyes of Lance and Shawn Johnson, brothers and co-owners of Johnson Harvesting, Inc.