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.
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.
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.
You don’t have to wait until your wheat starts to turn to get your combine ready. In fact, cutting wheat earlier, rather than later, can help you haul more grain to the elevator.1
A proactive approach is the only approach to farm safety. That’s why Case IH annually launches its ProHarvest support tour with a safety training session. It’s a wildly popular, fast-approaching event. Plan now to attend May 25 or 26 in Oklahoma.
Have you joined the Johnson family on the harvest trail? RFD-TV’s “American Harvest” documentary gives you inside access into this fourth-generation family’s custom harvesting operation through the eyes of Lance and Shawn Johnson, brothers and co-owners of Johnson Harvesting, Inc.
As we enter the rush of the holidays, make sure you’ve properly parked your combine for the season.
Before you put a bow on this year’s harvest, take steps to button up your grain bins. And then have a monitoring plan to prevent spoilage and grain-quality losses.
High yields, heavy crop residue: It’s a challenging cycle. It also can be a balancing act, as you strive to capture agronomic and economic benefits through proper crop residue management.