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.
Despite your best efforts, there’s no way to squeeze more hours into the day. But Case IH technology can help you get more done during the time you have.
Whether you feed the hay you put up or sell it, or if you run a custom-haying operation, your goal is the highest-quality product possible. Case IH technology can help you hit the mark more often and more consistently.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evJazgJgTto Case IH Advanced Farming Systems® (AFS) software is new and improved, offering more functionality and capacity to help you farm more efficiently. I invite you to learn more about it and then let us know what new precision ag technologies you are considering for the future.
Mike King, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Minnesota and Central Iowa (north-to-south) says his customers are surprised by yields that are better than they anticipated. King, who has been with Case IH for 24 years, provides an update of harvest progress in his area.
Case IH is proud to support the National FFA Organization New Century Farmer Conference. Every July, selected young people from across the United States come to Des Moines, Iowa, for an intensive week of networking, educational presentations and hands-on experiences – all designed to help them Be Ready to be the next generation of farmers…
Case IH customers have an extensive offering of classes through the AFS (Advanced Farming Systems) Academy, a new, dedicated training program that focuses on Case IH precision farming products.
Bill Hoeg, Case IH Planter Sales and Marketing Manager in North America, is our guest blogger for this two-part series on how to buy a planter. In Part One, Bill discussed agronomic principles to keep in mind. In this post, he covers important considerations related to operation-type, location and farming practices, all in an effort…
The 26th Annual Farm Progress Hay Expo was held last week in Boone, Iowa, on the same site at which the Farm Progress Show will take place in late-August. The 10-acre exhibit field featured manufacturers and distributors showcasing their hay and forage products to interested farmers.
This week’s planting report comes from C.J. Parker, the Case IH crop production sales specialist covering Michigan, northwest Ohio and the northern half of Indiana. C.J. grew up on a corn and soybean farm in Dwight Ill., about 80 miles south of Chicago. His dad, uncle and cousin still operate the farm. At Case IH…