When it comes to making the most of your growing season, the biggest returns on your investment can be found in the smallest of details. Follow these tips to ensure your sprayers and equipment are ready to hit the ground running when your application windows open.
Are you a student looking for a career as an equipment technician but don’t know where to start? Through a new partnership between Case IH, our dealership network and technical colleges across North America, you can begin a lifelong career of in-demand work with the Top Tech technician training program.
On the jobsite, efficiency and productivity reign supreme. Every piece of equipment needs to be operating at peak performance, and nothing needs to have the ability to accomplish more in a day than a scraper tractor.
Growers know the effects that moisture has on their hay harvest all too well. Here’s how hay preservatives and proper storage techniques can help ensure your hay retains the same quality as when it was first cut:
Do you have a pre-harvest combine maintenance checklist? If not, now is the time to start one. A great checklist should cover anything that has been overlooked or uninspected since last harvest: technology, fluids, filters, post-harvest maintenance routines and more.
A successful year in farming is dependent on many factors beyond your control — like good ol’ Mother Nature. That’s why, at Case IH, we focus on optimizing the factors you can control. One of the most important is your crop protection application and equipment performance.
For decades, custom harvesters have played a vital role in North American agriculture. Starting in May of each year, custom harvesters begin their travels, following wheat and small grain harvests from south to north. As harvesting professionals, they’re tasked with helping growers harvest their crops in a timely manner, assembling hard-working crews, owning and operating…
Are you dependent on the schedules of custom applicators and think you can’t afford your own spraying equipment? Think again.
Building on our nearly 100-year history of Farmall® series tractors, three new Farmall utility A models — 95A, 105A and 115A — provide exceptional value, more power and durability, and a superior operator environment. The new, versatile models are offered in cab and noncab configurations, as well as a low-profile design for poultry and other…
[featured-video-plus] Breaking through hard pan compaction can be a tough, time-consuming process. Thankfully, Case IH Tiger Points are rugged enough to get the job done while also facilitating crop health. The result? An optimized seedbed performance in spring.