Even if this is one of those planting seasons when soils warm quickly, breakdowns are rare and the rains come only when you’re ready for a break, you’ll likely feel squeezed at some point. Case IH Certified Pre-Owned* equipment can help relieve some of that pressure.
Not all farms, fields or soils are suited for the classic corn-soybean rotation. Experience and the right red equipment have helped Minnesota’s Connelly brothers go corn-on-corn exclusively each of the last four years. It’s the best option across their operation.
Timely application is a big reason to own your own spray equipment. Spend a little time on maintenance today and you’ll help ensure your sprayer is ready to hit those tight spray windows next spring.
Agriculture is a sharing community. Producers appreciate learning from their peers. The latest editions of Farm Forum and Canadian Farming from Case IH highlight our long history of innovation and share how producers across the United States and Canada put that technology to work on their operations.
In August, Case IH introduced the new 660-gallon Patriot 2250 sprayer. Since then, the small-chassis sprayer has made a big impact. After earning ShowStopper recognition from CropLife IRON at this year’s Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association MAGIE show, the Patriot 2250 sprayer is now up for the CropLife IRON 2015 Product of the Year.
Harvest often drives home the importance of timely pesticide application. Visual observations — backed up by your combine’s yield monitor — show how weeds, insects and other pests hurt yields. Case IH designed the new high-powered Patriot 2250 sprayer to help you protect the yield potential of your crops.
People attend Husker Harvest Days to see what’s new and learn how those advancements can improve farm operations. And then, of course, there’s the food. With all the new products and updates Case IH has to share, you’ll want to come fill up on our news before you hit your favorite food stand at the…
As Decatur, Illinois, becomes the epicenter of U.S. agriculture Sept. 1-3 during the Farm Progress Show, make plans to visit the center of agricultural innovation: the Case IH exhibit. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you.
Weed competition remains a threat to vulnerable crops, whether they are late-planted, replanted or suffering from poor growing conditions. Carefully consider whether to spray those weeds. If you do need to spray, are you prepared to do the job right?
If you’re unsure about the importance of cleaning your spray equipment, take a look around the countryside. The telltale yellowed, cupped or stunted crops usually appear just inside the field gate, stretch about the width of your spray rig and fade into the field. Properly clean your equipment so your fields will stay green and…