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.
Dakota Fest: Aug. 21-23, Mitchell, South Dakota
Get close and personal with big, high-horsepower iron at Dakota Fest, where Case IH Magnum™ and Steiger® series tractors will take the spotlight. Don’t forget to talk to a product expert about the new roading speeds for Case IH tracked tractors.
Farm Progress Show: Aug. 28-30, Boone, Iowa
Case IH will be featuring a full line of equipment at Farm Progress Show, the largest farm show in the United States. Explore the booth as Case IH announces the latest technology innovations and product features. Complete your visit by meeting Max Armstrong in the booth or visit the Ride and Drive area to get firsthand experience on the Maxxum® ActiveDrive 8 dual-clutch transmission tractor.
Husker Harvest Days: Sept. 11-13, Grand Island, Nebraska
Not far from where the legendary Axial-Flow® combine is manufactured, a variety of Case IH equipment will be featured at Husker Harvest Days. Explore products ideal for producers in the western Corn Belt, including the latest in AFS Soil Command™ technology.
Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show: Sept. 11-13, Woodstock, Ontario
Big Iron: Sept. 11-13, Fargo, North Dakota
Whether you need wheels or tracks, both versions of the Steiger series tractor will be on display at Big Iron, along with high-efficiency tillage, planting and seeding equipment.
Farm Science Review: Sept. 18-20, London, Ohio
From Patriot® series sprayers to hay and forage equipment, the full Case IH equipment portfolio will be on display at the Ohio Farm Science Review.
Sunbelt Ag Expo: Oct. 16-18, Moultrie, Georgia
Learn more about the 2130 Early Riser® planter and high-efficiency planting when you stop by our booth in Georgia.
You won’t want to miss out on fall Farm Show season with Case IH.
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