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.
For more than 170 years, Case IH and its legacy brands have continued a tradition of leadership in the agricultural equipment sector. Bringing together the cumulative experiences of great companies such as Case, International Harvester and McCormick, Case IH is built on a rich history.
You’ve got a million things on your mind. From fertilizer applications to equipment maintenance and anything and everything in between, your to-do list isn’t getting any shorter — and the latest crop of ag-apps promising to make your life easier is only getting longer.
Agriculture is a sharing community. Producers appreciate learning from their peers. The latest editions of Farm Forum and Canadian Farming from Case IH highlight our long history of innovation and share how producers across the United States and Canada put that technology to work on their operations.
As daylight saving time gives you an hour this weekend, it also reminds you the window for fall fieldwork is closing fast. If that’s cause for concern, consider an equipment upgrade. It won’t make your days longer, but it can help you get more done each day.
The 88th National FFA Convention & Expo is right around the corner. It promises to be another rewarding convention, and Case IH is looking forward to supporting it — just as we have for more than 65 years.
After buying a high-yielding racehorse hybrid, you wouldn’t head to the field before checking your planter’s settings. It makes sound economic and agronomic sense to stick with the same logic when it comes to your fertility program.
How you store your hay equipment is as important as how you store your hay. Be it the hay or the equipment that helped make it, proper storage protects its value and helps it last longer. Winterize your equipment now, and it will be ready to make hay next spring.