AFS Connect helps you visualize your equipment efficiently with little to no idle time, placing information at your fingertips so you can successfully manage your operations anytime, anywhere with data from a variety of controller types. See if yours is compatible.
Whether you are separating wheat from chaff or meticulously seeding row after row, your farm implements perform best when operating at the right pace. The same is true for hay equipment. Now, with the latest technology from Case IH, your baler and tractor can talk about how to achieve that peak efficiency.
Harvest often drives home the importance of timely pesticide application. Visual observations — backed up by your combine’s yield monitor — show how weeds, insects and other pests hurt yields. Case IH designed the new high-powered Patriot 2250 sprayer to help you protect the yield potential of your crops.
As you push to grow more each season, you demand more from your equipment — especially your combine. You need more power. Improved fuel efficiency can help reduce costs. More higher-quality grain can boost income. The redesigned Axial-Flow® 140 series combines are ready for the challenge.
People attend Husker Harvest Days to see what’s new and learn how those advancements can improve farm operations. And then, of course, there’s the food. With all the new products and updates Case IH has to share, you’ll want to come fill up on our news before you hit your favorite food stand at the…
High-quality hay production requires a tractor with horsepower and agility. Most diverse operations also need a tractor that handles a grain cart, planter or disk harrow as easily as it does a large square baler. You’ll find that premium, multipurpose workhorse in the new Optum series from Case IH.
In the late 1980s, more producers began equipping their high-horsepower tractors with duals and triples to more effectively put power to the ground. The wide tractors made traveling down the road difficult, causing some to wonder if there was a better way.
Achieving field efficiency is a key step to maximizing harvest potential. For many producers, that requires a move to bigger implements and higher horsepower equipment. More power and weight make tracks a logical option to minimize compaction and preserve soil tilth.