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At the recent AG CONNECT Expo, Case IH hosted a panel of producers from across the country discussing how and why they are putting precision agriculture tools to work in their operations. Darren Hefty, farmer from South Dakota and co-host of Ag PhD, moderated the panel. View this video that shares the panel’s responses to the question “What are the best investments you’ve made in precision agriculture?” and then tell us what’s impacted your operation the most.  (more…)

Farm Journal Planter Clinic Wrap-Up

According to Missy Bauer, Associate Field Agronomist for Farm Journal, it’s the little things you do to your corn planter that make all of the difference in creating uniform stands. (more…)

Weather Challenges and Solutions

If you are involved in agriculture, you talk about the weather. From weather trends to what’s next after the drought, weather was a main topic of discussion at the 2013 AG CONNECT Expo. How are you reevaluating your nutrient program or cropping strategies because of last year’s drought?  (more…)

Whether you’re planting soybeans into corn stalk residue, rice into a stale seedbed, canola or winter wheat, the Precision Disk single-disk air drills provide Agronomic Design benefits, increased productivity and greater versatility to help your bottom line and make every seed count.     (more…)

Shifting Crop Patterns and Practices

Categories: Agronomic Design

The past two posts in our agronomic challenges series have discussed soil compaction and crop residue. In our last installment with Case IH experts and moderator Jim Patrico, senior editor of DTN/The Progressive Farmer, who were at this year’s AG CONNECT Expo, we learn about managing risks associated with shifting crop patterns and practices. How are you managing risk on your operation?
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Managing Crop Residue

Categories: Agronomic Design

On the Be Ready Stage at the recent AG CONNECT Expo, Jim Patrico, senior editor of DTN/The Progressive Farmer, talked with three Case IH experts about managing agronomic challenges in 2013. In our last post, we included video featuring main points from their discussion on soil compaction. (more…)

Managing Soil Compaction

Categories: Agronomic Design

At the recent AG CONNECT Expo, a panel of Case IH experts, moderated by Jim Patrico, senior editor of DTN/The Progressive Farmer, offered advice on how to manage your agronomic challenges in 2013. In this and upcoming posts, we’ll feature video highlights from their discussion regarding three topics: soil compaction, crop residue and shifting crop patterns/practices. (more…)

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3-Year Old Trades in Tractor

Categories: From the Editor

James McCutcheon, equipment sales for Case IH dealer H&R Agri-Power in Tanner, Ala., was at Brad Lamon’s house discussing equipment when he spotted a green, battery-powered toy tractor belonging to Brad’s son, Judson, in their driveway. (more…)

Last but not least, we’d like to introduce you to the 2013 American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) Achievement Award runners-up. These winners were awarded a Case IH Farmall® 65A during the AFBF annual meeting in January in Nashville, Tenn. We highlighted the Discussion Meet and and Excellence in Agriculture runner-up winners in previous posts. (more…)

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New Farmalls Meet Tough Everyday Challenges

Categories: New Product

We have five new Farmall® tractors to help meet your demands for rugged yet comfortable and easy-to-operate equipment. These Farmall C and Farmall U utility tractors reliably and cost-effectively deliver power and performance to get your day-to-day jobs done: (more…)

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