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.
During this busy, yet often reflective time of year, we hope you take a moment to relax with family and friends as you celebrate. Then, when your thoughts turn to the new year and upcoming growing season, please know that your friends at Case IH share your optimism about agriculture.
Have you joined the Johnson family on the harvest trail? RFD-TV’s “American Harvest” documentary gives you inside access into this fourth-generation family’s custom harvesting operation through the eyes of Lance and Shawn Johnson, brothers and co-owners of Johnson Harvesting, Inc.
As we gather with family, friends and other loved ones during this special time, we wish you the happiest of holidays.
As the year winds down, the window of opportunity to impact your farm’s year-end tax liability closes. Fortunately, there’s still time to make adjustments. The resulting peace of mind can make your New Year’s celebration much more enjoyable.
There’s never a good time for a dead battery — especially in the dead of winter. Spend a little time today on battery maintenance and you’ll likely prevent headaches and hassle once temperatures plummet.
For more than 170 years, Case IH and its legacy brands have continued a tradition of leadership in the agricultural equipment sector. Bringing together the cumulative experiences of great companies such as Case, International Harvester and McCormick, Case IH is built on a rich history.
The crop is in the bin. You’ve collected a season’s worth of data. Now what? It’s time to put that new information to work helping you make better decisions.
Agriculture is a sharing community. Producers appreciate learning from their peers. The latest editions of Farm Forum and Canadian Farming from Case IH highlight our long history of innovation and share how producers across the United States and Canada put that technology to work on their operations.
Fall nitrogen application — usually in the form of anhydrous ammonia — is an important crop production practice across many northern Corn Belt states. The window to get the job done is tight. Reliable, agronomically designed equipment from Case IH helps ensure it gets done right.