[featured-video-plus] Put more grain in the tank with the redesigned Case IH 3162 TerraFlex™ draper head. With a CentraCut™ Knife Drive, flexible cutterbar and a range of cutting widths, this header delivers maximum productivity and performance.
Do you have trash or treasure sitting in your field? Combines can help you execute on the decisions you make at harvest that will equal effective residue management — turning trash into treasure.
No matter the size of your farming operation, you’re likely looking hard for ways to balance resources, labor and investment for maximum returns. It’s a proposition Canadian farmer Jason Girodat considers almost daily. Case IH equipment and technology are helping him meet the challenge.
From high-quality dairy hay to horse hay or the grass hay that feeds the country’s expanding cow herd, a timely harvest is good for your livestock, your hay-buying customers and your bottom line. Now is the time to spend some time with your hay equipment and in your hayfields.
Harvest starts at your combine’s header. It’s also where you can begin to reduce grain losses and increase harvest efficiency. As you prep your combine for fall, consider upgrading to the latest header technology.
With hay season well under way, wheat crews creeping north and soybean harvest closer than you think, it’s time to hone your equipment’s cutting ability. And there’s no better way to stay sharp than with genuine Case IH cutting parts.
Whether buying or selling, you know how valuable forages are these days. And it’s expected to stay that way. But no matter what the markets do, putting up the highest-quality hay remains the goal. New products and technology in the Case IH hay and forage lineup can help.
We are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel for the 2014 harvest season. In western Iowa, western Minnesota, South Dakota and southern North Dakota, the corn harvest is more than 50 percent complete, with yields of 160 to 190 bushels per acre. A good share of soybeans also have been harvested, with…
Courtney Harder gives us a look into her summer as a Case IH intern. She returned to Case IH as a Combine Marketing Intern after interning in the crop production department last summer. Stay tuned to the Be Ready blog for more posts from our interns. And, if you or someone you know is interested…
In the previous post, we introduced you to the Combine Header Center of Excellence. Coming out of this world-class production facility located in Burlington, Iowa, are the new Case IH 3000 series draper headers, which are designed to harvest more acres in less time, with superior crop feeding and less susceptibility to crop moisture. What…