Disc mowers and mower conditioners are the workhorses of any forage operation. But when it comes to TLC, powered equipment — like tractors and windrowers — get all the love! That’s a shame, because while your self-powered equipment absolutely deserves the attention, your disc mower / mower conditioner can have a huge impact on both…
We’ve been there. Hands covered in grease and mind wandering to the other hundreds of tasks waiting for you after you finish your equipment maintenance. Maybe maintenance was put off a little too long, and it turned into a repair. Now, you’ve spent an hour on the road driving back and forth to town, looking…
New 2000 Series Early Riser® Unveiled in Louisville
With so much of the completely redesigned Early Riser planter driven by customer feedback, we thought it only right to give farmers the first look at the all-new 2000 series Early Riser. That’s exactly what we did during the planter’s public unveiling during the National Farm Machinery Show.
Managing expenses and increasing income provide two clear paths toward improving your farm’s profitability. Soil sampling — and fertilizing according to results — is one practice that can impact both sides of the ledger. And this spring is an excellent time to start.
You’ll have unmatched access to the latest product offerings from Case IH during next week’s World Ag Expo and the National Farm Machinery Show in Tulare, California, and Louisville, Kentucky, respectively. We would sure enjoy the opportunity to meet you there.
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.
As one of the year’s most-anticipated industry events, The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association’s Cattle Industry Convention has earned its reputation as a place to learn, make and renew acquaintances, and set the course for success.
As you plan your way through this winter’s annual meeting and convention season, be sure to pencil in a visit with Case IH. You’ll find us at events across the country. And you’ll get a firsthand look at our latest products and innovations.
You’ve likely spent time this winter analyzing the data gathered during last year’s cropping season. Don’t forget to also evaluate how you’re managing and protecting that information.
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.