If you wonder whether April showers will bring May flowers — and will get your crop off to a good start — consider adjusting your tillage regimen. Less tillage with the right tools can do more than preserve moisture.
Despite your best efforts, there’s no way to squeeze more hours into the day. But Case IH technology can help you get more done during the time you have.
It’s planting season. But don’t wait on the weatherman before readying your planter. A few hours and some basic steps can help you avoid untimely delays, along with fair amount of frustration, when you pull into that first field.
Timing is top of mind no matter the season. That’s especially true when it comes to getting your crop in the ground. Every day can give your crop a greater opportunity to reach its full yield potential.
Today’s planter technology allows producers to place seeds precisely where they want them. Now, thanks to Case IH and Precision Planting®, producers can take that technology to a new level by adding valuable new options that fit their individual needs.
Not all openers, disks and sweeps are created equal. This video shows how the superior design of Case IH Earth Metal® sweep, opener or disk blades is based on years of in-depth tillage and planting agronomic research.
The new True-Tandem™ 345 seed bed disk harrow is a great addition to the field-proven Case IH tillage legacy. With key advances that help improve field finish, durability and machine productivity, the equipment provides growers with optimum results.
Mother Nature didn’t make it too easy to get seed in the ground in many parts this spring. However, the pace picked up rapidly once she gave a window of opportunity. Along the way, Case IH crop production specialists have shared planting reports, including how Case IH equipment is helping producers make the most out…
Today’s guest blogger is Jeff Middleton, Case IH Crop Production Specialist for North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia. Jeff grew up helping on his grandparents’ poultry farm, where they also had an ornamental shrub nursery. Before joining Case IH, Jeff spent 18 years in the seed business.
Case IH experts recently joined RFD-TV’s Mark Oppold on “Rural America Live” to talk tractors, hay tools and the Case IH Spring Sales Event. Case IH panelists included Zach Hetterick, Livestock Marketing Manager; Cole Carling, Hay & Forage Marketing Manager; and Brett DeVries, Livestock Product Specialists. They answered viewers questions live on the air. Here…