When your hay crop comes off as planned, it sure is satisfying. Cut at the ideal growth stage. Cured in perfect drying conditions. Baled before it rains. But do you have the right handling equipment to finish the job?
You need access to information, whether it’s in the office, on the tractor or at your favorite fishing hole. When you visit the new caseih.com from your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer, you’ll get the information you need quicker than ever.
Whether it’s new technology, a better management practice or a cost-saving measure, you can’t reap the benefits until you make it happen. That’s why today is the best time to integrate Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) into your operation.
“… if the weather cooperates.” There might not be a phrase spoken more frequently by a farmer. Certainly, it’s a phrase many winter wheat farmers will utter often over the next couple of weeks as they consider double-cropping soybeans. It’s a practice worth considering — if the weather cooperates.
Heavy rains late in this planting season have flooded wide swaths of farmland across the country. A drier weather pattern can improve field conditions quickly. Consider your options now so you have a plan in place when your fields are ready.
Lulls during the growing season are fading faster than a pair of farm-store blue jeans. Yet it’s important to catch up on routine maintenance around your farm. Do it now and you’ll beat the summer heat, plus increase the likelihood of finishing your to-do list.
Often lost in the picnics, parties and three-day-weekend plans is the reason behind Memorial Day. But agriculture remembers. Let’s continue to lead by example this Memorial Day.
Near-ideal conditions this spring have helped Minnesota farmers plant their crops in a timely fashion. It’s been a complete 180 from recent years. And that’s a good thing — as long as the rains return.
Every season brings challenges and opportunities. Planting delays continue to test farmers across many Southern regions this spring. Many growers have seen firsthand how the latest Case IH technology can help them manage these challenges.
Hindsight is OK in farming. Questioning your hybrid or herbicide selection or your marketing strategy can lead to better decisions. But never put yourself in a position where you have to ask, “Why didn’t we devote more time to safety?” It’s too late. You need to recommit to farm safety today.