In this third installment of our Agronomic Design Insights video series Video, Terry Snack, a Case IH Combine Product Specialist, focuses on how the Agronomic Design principles of the Case IH Axial-Flow® combines and corn heads can help reduce ear drop and loose kernel loss. How is harvest progressing in your area? How has your Axial-Flow…
Kevin Knapp provides this season’s final Harvest Report. He is the Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Wisconsin, northern Illinois and eastern Iowa. Look for our summary of the Harvest Reports next week, and tell us how harvest is progressing in your area.
Terry Snack provides today’s harvest report. He is the Case IH Combine Product Specialist for most of Illinois and Missouri. Tell us how the harvest is progressing in your area.
In this Harvest Report, Case IH Combine Product Specialist Mike King is our guest blogger. He tells us about conditions in his territory of Minnesota and central Iowa (north to south). We’re anxious to hear about harvest progress in your part of the country. Were your yields better or worse than expected?
You’ve determined the right type of attachment you need to suit your operation. Now, how do you go about buying it, and how do you take care of it once you’ve got it? Case IH Parts & Service can offer a few tips on the buying process for attachments.
It’s been said that a tractor without an attachment is just an expensive ride to the mailbox. But what attachments are right for you and how can you decide what options are best? The Case IH Parts & Service team can help.
Our guest blogger today is Corwyn Lepp, Case IH Combine Product Specialist serving western Iowa, western Minnesota, eastern South Dakota and parts of eastern North Dakota. Read what he has to say, and tell us about harvest conditions in your area.
Louis Melanson, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Alberta and Saskatchewan, says that his customers are harvesting a bumper crop. Melanson, who has been with Case IH for 35 years, provides an update on harvest progress in his area.
Fluid analysis is a machinery management practice that can play a role on your farm, regardless of whether your equipment fleet is late model or high hour.
Fields of gold really do exist. They are the wheat fields that cover 10 states, spanning 2,000 miles from Texas to Montana, waiting to be harvested by custom cutters.