Perhaps no other time of year focuses our attention on farming efficiently like harvest season does. The next level of efficiency starts with a new level of automation — and it’s closer than you think. Case IH defines this advancement as the Supervised Autonomy category of automation.
A successful harvest isn’t measured by speed; it’s measured in bushels of clean, high-quality grain in the tank. To bring a new level of simplicity and efficiency to your harvest, Case IH is rolling out new combine automation technology.
Connectivity shouldn’t limit your access to technology, especially technology that can help optimize performance, profit and productivity on your farm. That’s why Case IH and our dealers are working hard to build the world’s largest cellular network and bring RTK+ connectivity to your farm.
With farm show season upon us, you have a chance to learn about Case IH’s newest products and practices before you begin to plan for next year. Check out the list of farm shows across the United States and Canada that Case IH will be attending and plan a trip to the location closest to you.
As farm equipment grows in capabilities and complexities — not to mention in width and length — you’ve got a lot to monitor, with even more to do when it’s time to turn around and head back across the field. An extra set of hands in the cab could come in handy. The next level of automation can help.
Whether you’re evaluating a new hybrid, tractor tire or crop consulting service, you likely consider how making a change can improve your operation’s productivity, efficiency or both. As Case IH develops automation technology, you can rest assured we’re focused firmly on advancements that can bring productivity and efficiency to your farm.
When you head to the field at harvest, your goal is to leave the field with the most, highest-quality grain possible. New Axial-Flow® 250 series combines, coupled with our innovative combine automation system, will help you hit the mark.
Too wet, too dry; rarely just right. Putting up high-quality hay is a balancing act that requires good timing, reliable equipment and a little bit of luck. Monitoring moisture levels in your hay crop throughout the production process can help harvest better, more consistent high-quality hay.
Whether you’re still working around the weather to get those last fields planted or your crops are emerged and well on their way, an effective field scouting plan will give your crops the best opportunity to reach their full yield potential.
Effective communication helps any farm operate more smoothly and efficiently. Until now, that mostly meant one-on-one interactions among co-workers and family members. Today — and into the future — the next level of communication means interaction with and between equipment. Case IH defines this advancement as the Coordination & Optimization category of automation.