In 2013, Case IH introduced its Combine Header Center of Excellence, located in Burlington, Iowa. New corn heads and draper heads also were launched.
Case IH is committed to bringing you timely and relevant agronomic insights. Over the past several weeks, we’ve explored the key agronomic needs that growers continually balance. They are:
Experts say that what you do during harvest can have a big impact in the spring. In this installment of our Agronomic Design principles series, we’re talking about the importance of leaving behind the right amount and type of residue at harvest time. How does your operation manage crop residue during harvesting?
CropLife magazine has named My Shed™ one of the 15th Best New Agriculture Apps Worth Downloading in 2014. Case IH just made it easier than ever for customers to manage their fleets and keep their equipment in peak working condition with the recent release of version 2.0 of the popular My Shed mobile app for…
In the sixth installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about what farmers can do to reduce harvest loss. What are you doing on your farm to try to reduce harvest loss?
In the fifth installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about pesticide and herbicide resistance. What are you doing on your farm to try to reduce pesticide and herbicide resistance?
In the fourth installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about giving plants every opportunity to maximize their potential through careful nutrient placement.
Looks like Santa is using a Steiger tractor to make tracks this holiday season! At Case IH, we want to thank you for trusting red iron throughout 2013, and look forward to helping you Be Ready in 2014. Whatever your needs, we take the utmost pride in helping you tackle your challenges and grow your…
As the end of the year draws close, consider the benefits of buying equipment that will help you Be Ready day in and day out on your operation while some sizeable incentives are still in play.
In the third installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about how maintaining proper soil tilth is essential in creating the best possible growing environment for plants. One challenge to this is moisture control, says Dr. Randy Raper, Professor at Oklahoma State University.