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.
Perhaps no other time of year focuses our attention on farming efficiently like harvest season does. The next level of efficiency starts with a new level of automation — and it’s closer than you think. Case IH defines this advancement as the Supervised Autonomy category of automation.
No two fields are the same. That’s why Case IH is introducing enhancements to new 9- and 10-foot side-pull disc mower conditioners — because every field deserves a customized approach that maximizes haying windows.
When it comes to unlocking the potential of your seedbed, it’s hard to control what you can’t see. Fortunately, building on the existing seedbed sensing capabilities, AFS Soil Command™ agronomic control technology will now help you precisely coordinate control of your tillage equipment from the convenience of your tractor cab.
No matter the job, you need a tractor that’s adaptable enough to meet the needs of your operation. That’s why Case IH is adding to the Farmall® tractor legacy by introducing three new Farmall utility A models. Ranging from 55 to 75 horsepower1, they provide the kind of performance you’re used to without breaking the…
Field conditions and markets are unpredictable, so it’s important to have equipment that maximizes your efficiency and savings. To that end, Case IH is introducing the innovative Precision Disk™ 500 double shoot (DS) air drill, which allows you to seed and fertilize simultaneously in one pass.
You’ve worked hard all year to keep your farm running at peak productivity, and now you’re getting ready for the winter. Make sure your productivity extends into the way you winterize your machines, so the equipment you operate can keep up with winter temperatures and equipment that is stored for the winter can hit the…
Interested in learning about how Case IH got its start? Or are you curious about new equipment advances and technology? Case IH has created the Racine Experience Center at its headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, to give producers a glimpse into the history of the company, along with today’s innovations in farming technology.