Whether you rolled through planting season mostly unhindered, with the typical ups and downs, or with more challenges than you care to remember, it’s time to start evaluating how your planter performed.
If putting up high-quality forages is your goal, plan to attend the 2016 Hay & Forage Expo. Case IH will be there. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you.
There are several good reasons for, and strategies behind, farm equipment purchases. If you look ahead to harvest and then at market conditions and decide that pre-owned is the best way to meet your equipment needs, it’s important to buy carefully and consider Case IH Certified Pre-Owned.
For more than 30 harvest seasons, Case IH has dispatched two support teams — backed by seasoned pros and stocked with thousands of genuine Case IH parts — to address wheat harvesters’ unique equipment needs on the spot. This year’s march north is well underway.
Pigweed, morningglory, lambsquarters, waterhemp and marestail. You don’t need a survey to tell you these weeds can cause big trouble. But you do need a sound approach and effective applications to minimize losses.
Whether you’re wrapping up planting, side-dressing nitrogen, putting up hay or harvesting wheat, make sure you’ve deployed the latest Advanced Farming Systems updates. The new capabilities, enhancements and conveniences can help you be more productive, regardless of the task at hand.
Today, along with raising crops and caring for livestock, many farmers tirelessly promote agriculture and help tell our industry’s positive stories. Case IH recently made the work back home on the farm a little easier for several of these advocates.
As wheat harvest moves along, make sure you’re doing all you can to efficiently bring in the most, highest-quality grain possible. Keeping a close watch on combine settings will help you do that.
If you think building and maintaining one of the largest social media footprints in agriculture leaves little tractor time, think again. When it comes to helping farmers, Chad Colby is a first-one-in-the-cab kind of guy.
If you’re not happy with your emerging crops’ stands this spring, your planter may simply need a thorough inspection. Adding this annual maintenance step before you park it for the season can help improve planter performance while improving its longevity and protecting resale value.