It’s tough to understand something that’s tough to understand. So it’s no surprise that a new producer survey confirms widespread confusion about sharing and using farm data. Case IH is leading industry efforts to remove the complexity from data security and sharing.
Whether you feed the hay you put up or sell it, or if you run a custom-haying operation, your goal is the highest-quality product possible. Case IH technology can help you hit the mark more often and more consistently.
As the country’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show, Commodity Classic has long served as an important event for growers. Next week’s 20th annual meeting marks a special milestone, and Case IH will be there. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you.
If you think value-priced means stripped down or reduced quality, the new Farmall® 100A series tractors will change your mind. With more standard features than comparable models, these new tractors truly deliver on their promise of a great value.
Whether the fruit falls near or far from the tree, it makes the orchard grower cringe. So does the thought of spending the day cramped on a tractor. The new Orchard Cab from Case IH protects tree crops and the tree farmer’s state of mind.
No matter how carefully you disassemble a repair job, a part or two almost always shuffles out of order. MyShed™ from Case IH can clean up that mess and help keep you organized in many other ways.
Neither cattle nor crops wait when there’s work to be done. The enhanced performance, agility and operator comfort of the new Case IH Maxxum series tractors help ensure there’s no delay. Factor in a bold, aggressive new look, and what already was an exceptional tractor now is even better.
Two of agriculture’s most prestigious events — World Ag Expo and the National Farm Machinery Show — are so big, it’s amazing one week can contain them. But that’s exactly what will happen in Tulare, California, and Louisville, Kentucky, respectively. Case IH will be at both, and we would enjoy the opportunity to meet you there.
In many parts of the country, fall turned to winter seemingly overnight. For some, that made the last few rounds of harvest more challenging. For others, that meant an end to fall tillage. If winter shut down your schedule before you or your agronomist could pull soil samples, you still can — and definitely should — test soil this spring.
Preplant, pre-emerge, postemerge or in-season — the application window always seems squeezed. You’ll be ready if you spend some time now servicing your spray equipment. Plus, you’ll reduce the likelihood that downtime shatters that window.