North American farmers are among the most productive producers in the world, but rising food needs from a growing world population require us to increase productivity even more. Do you think we can meet this demand? What improvements do you plan to make in your farming operation next year? (more…)
With on-the-go devices like smartphones and tablets, information is readily available, no matter your location. In fact, the Be Ready blog is now optimized to provide you with a better user experience on your mobile devices. (more…)
At Case IH, we design equipment with a producer’s agronomy needs in mind. Every individual plant counts and that’s why we design our equipment specifically to help maximize yield potential. For more information, watch this video. (more…)
Turn ideas into action at the Case IH booth, #1003, at AG CONNECT Expo. It will take place at the Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City, Mo., from Jan. 29-31. Are you planning to go? What do you hope to learn?
Season’s Greetings from all of us at Case IH! Thank you for the confidence you’ve shown in us throughout 2012. We will continue to put the needs of our customers first and will do our best to exceed your expectations. We wish you and yours all the best of the holiday season! (more…)
We appreciate your comments about Case IH on the Be Ready blog, on ourFacebook page, on Twitter and at the farm shows this year. This video expresses our appreciation for your input and feedback. (more…)
Uptime is very important to Roy Wendte, owner/operator of Wendte Farms, Ltd., in Altamont, Ill. That’s why he’s impressed with the service he’s had from the Case IH AFS Support Center.Have you used the Support Center? If so, tell us about your experience!
Now it’s easier than ever to order your genuine Case IH parts: New apps for Android and Apple users allow you to order parts directly from your smartphone. Is this a tool that will help you get the parts you need on-the-go? Let us know!
Did you have a chance to see “Red Power,” the one-of-a-kind, tricked-out Case IH skid steer? It appeared at a number of farm shows this year. Now it has a new home in Ohio, but not before its sale generated $77,000 for FFA!