When you want to know if a pair of winter work gloves will keep your hands warm, you don’t trust test results from Jamaica. That’s why Case IH talked to farmers across the Corn Belt about their first year with the new 2000 series Early Riser® planters. Watch the video to learn what they had to say about their first-year experiences.
From easy operation to faster emergence to higher yields, the 2150 Early Riser planter has cemented the legacy of the Early Riser:
“I was very impressed about changing from corn to beans. All we had to do was pop the unit off and change two or three things, and there were no tools needed.” — Randy Smith, Alexander, Illinois
“You’ve got to be efficient and technologically advanced. The 2150 was that next step in technology on our farm.” — Nate Leystra, Randolph, Wisconsin
“I have a lot of neighbors that have John Deere…they walked my fields this year to see that my corn came up probably two to three days before theirs did.” — John Dearing, Annandale, Minnesota
“We became more efficient with this planter, being able to travel at higher speeds. And we still had the precision and accuracy with it. That’s huge.” — Kevin Smith, Knoxville, Iowa
[Tweet “Hear from farmers about their first season with the new 2150 Early Riser planter. Via @Case_IH”]As you plant this spring, consider how your planter measures up. And then stay in touch with your Case IH dealer throughout the growing season to learn about field days or other opportunities to walk fields planted this spring with 2000 series Early Riser planters. There’s no substitute for local, relevant, on-the-farm results to help you make the best decisions possible for your operation. And, as we learned from these Corn Belt farmers, there’s no substitute for an Early Riser planter.
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