It happens: You’re into the planting season; you’ve got ground to cover; the weather isn’t helping, and neither is one of your tractors. This time, you can upgrade that troublesome tractor with confidence, thanks to the Case IH Certified Pre-Owned* Program. (more…)
Your Farm Bureau membership just became more valuable. You now can save $500 when you bring home the latest qualified Case IH products. Best of all, your operation will benefit for years to come.
A combine or tractor delivery brings excitement — if not giddiness — to the farm. A new program from Case IH and CNH Industrial Capital for late-model pre-owned equipment delivers even more good vibes. And it comes with new-product peace of mind.
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.
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.
During the long days of this fall’s harvest, your mind likely wandered — maybe even daydreamed a bit — thinking about next year and the needs of your operation. If you decided it’s time to add, replace or upgrade tractors, how will you decide between tracks and wheels? The good news is, now you can choose either or both.
This year, the Case IH Patriot® 4430, Nutri-Tiller 950 and Nutri-Placer 920 are among nominees for the No-Till Farmer newsletter and Conservation Tillage Guide magazine 2014 No-Till Product of the Year. Voting is now open until Nov. 8, 2014.
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.
As a founding member of the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA), Case IH takes data control and security seriously. You should, too. And you can do that by asking tough questions of your precision technology provider. Do you know what questions to ask? We have plenty.