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As you consider purchasing hay and forage equipment for 2015, turn to Case IH and its full line of equipment specifically designed to meet the livestock producer’s unique needs.

Make Some Extra Hay by Planning for 2015

Optimism and livestock production go together like cheese and burgers. Caring for animals, watching them grow, feeding the world — what’s not to be optimistic about? With a positive outlook for 2015, there is good reason to prepare for a productive year.

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As 2014 winds down, you’re likely already deep into planning for 2015 — ordering seed, pulling soil samples, deciding which inputs to prepay and whether equipment needs replacing or upgrading. Perhaps now, more than in recent years, the equipment decision will lead you to another question: Buy or lease?

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Nearly every business transaction generates data about your operation. Is your data secure?

Keep a Lid on Your Data

There’s a good chance data breaches have affected you or someone you know. Although data breaches at financial institutions and retailers directly threaten our bank accounts and grab national headlines, how often do we think about data security on the job?

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Although grain bins provide improved marketing options and reduced commercial storage costs, they also shift more grain quality responsibility to the producer.

A Bumper Crop Still Needs TLC

As grain bins for on-farm storage popped up like crops during spring in recent years, they brought improved marketing options and reduced commercial storage costs. They also shifted more grain quality responsibility to the producer.

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Information at your fingertips can help you Be Ready anywhere.

Does Your Phone Have These Apps?

We all know the slogan “There’s an app for that.” But knowing which apps to try isn’t always easy. Here are some we think help increase productivity while managing operations. Grab your tablet or smart phone and give them a try.

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Taking good care of equipment in fall before putting it away can provide a strong start next spring. Mark Burns, Marketing Manager, Application Equipment with Case IH, shares a checklist for taking care of your sprayer this fall. Here are his tips:

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The evolution of precision technology has increased available data for producers. As a result, users want better access and better security, which raises a number of questions: Who sees what data? Where is data stored? How secure is the data? Who controls the data? And most important, who owns the data?

At Case IH, the answer is simple — farmers should own and control their own agronomic data.

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Data is a hot topic for media, advocacy groups such as the American Farm Bureau Federation, equipment companies and producers. But what do data control, privacy and ownership really mean?

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Remember to always read and understand labels and decals from operator’s manuals and on equipment.

Make This a Safe Harvest

The three-blast rule — sounding the horn three times before starting a combine — is one of the most important safety tips to follow, explains Dan Renaud, Case IH Combine Product Specialist. Read on for more tips to make this a safe and successful harvest season.

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Case IH supports the launch of the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA) – an open standards software project distinguished by its guiding principle that each farmer owns data generated or entered by the farmer, their employees or by machines performing activities on their farm.

Case IH Supports OADA

There is the potential to collect more on-farm agronomic data than ever before, and farmers need the hardware and software systems to share information. The most scalable solution is to enable hardware and software systems to communicate automatically through secure cloud services or tools, so that the data can be put to work in real time. However, many farmers share legitimate concerns about what will happen to their operation’s data and questions about who controls that data and how it will be used. (more…)

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