Nick Briese, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, the Dakotas and Nebraska, provides this week’s harvest report. Briese grew up on a Montana farm where his family still grows spring and winter wheat while running only Case IH equipment. Briese has been with Case IH for three years, and has spent two of them as a combine specialist. (more…)
At the 2013 Farm Progress Show, Case IH introduced the new lineup of combine draper heads and corn heads, resulting from a $60 million investment in manufacturing improvements, research and development. (more…)
Today’s guest blogger is Kalyn Rose, livestock equipment marketing intern. Kalyn is a Purdue University senior studying agribusiness management and marketing. She is the third Case IH intern to share her summer experiences on the Be Ready Blog. (more…)
Today’s guest blogger is Kathryn Johnson, Case IH High Horsepower Tractor Marketing intern. Kathryn is a University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior studying ag business. She is the second Case IH intern to share her summer experiences on the Be Ready blog. (more…)
At Case IH, we know that not every livestock customer is the same. Producers need a tractor that is easy to maneuver in tight spaces, but rugged enough for moving round bales or mowing pastures.
The deadline to meet the 2014 Tier 4B (Tier 4 Final) engine emissions standards is quickly approaching. While competitors are relying on a combination of engine systems, Case IH is exclusively using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Watch the video to learn more about SCR technology. SCR is the same technology that Case IH is currently using to meet Tier 4A standards in high-horsepower tractors. Do you run equipment with SCR engines? What do you like most about the technology? (more…)
This spring’s wet conditions have made getting into fields a challenge. We’ve seen some of the latest planting dates in history, and the cool, wet weather has resulted in prime growing conditions for weeds. Conditions for spraying those weeds and applying fertilizer have been less than ideal. What challenges have you faced with spraying this spring? (more…)
Genetically engineered corn and soybean varieties make for stronger, bigger yields. But the same genetics that make these crops resistant to weather, disease and pests also make them tough to cut – and tough on your machine. (more…)