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Terry Snack, Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Illinois, Missouri and Eastern Iowa, is this week’s harvest blogger. Snack was born and raised on a farm in east-central Illinois and went to work for International Harvester at about the same time the first Axial-Flow combine was introduced 35 years ago. In his three-plus decades with the company, Snack still “lives and breathes” combines.  (more…)

After serving as a summer CNH Parts & Service marketing intern, Patrick Johnson headed back to Yale University this fall to begin his sophomore year studying economics. He grew up near Janesville, Wis., and from a young age worked side-by-side with his father, Leo Johnson, the co-principal of Johnson Tractor Inc.  (more…)

This week’s harvest blogger is Dan Renaud (“the guy with the suspenders”), Case IH Combine Product Specialist for Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Renaud has been with the company for 32 years. He has spent the last 16 years as a Case IH Product Specialist and has focused solely on combines for the last 11 years. Like all Case IH Product Specialists, Renaud is based in the field, where he can most efficiently support Case IH customers and dealers. (more…)

Recently, we told you about the exclusive Case IH Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. We continue that discussion in this guest blog by David Stark, Case IH North American Sales and Product Trainer. Stark discusses more of the benefits of SCR-only technology. (more…)

With this post, we begin a new series featuring Harvest Reports from Case IH Combine Product Specialists based throughout North America. Case IH Product Specialists are located in the field, close to the customers and dealers they support. They bring a unique level of local, specialized product expertise and do everything they can to help their customers Be Ready. To kick off the series, we feature guest blogger Ryan G. Miller, the Case IH Combine Product Specialist for customers and dealers in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Ryan, who originally is from western Kansas, is in his third full harvest season with Case IH.  (more…)

Rebecca Gunderson served as one of several CNH interns this summer.

CNH Intern Shares Summer Highlights

CNH Parts & Service is important to the overall success of Case IH, because when customers sign a purchase or lease agreement, it’s the beginning of an important relationship between customers and our company, as noted below. Rebecca Gunderson served as a CNH Parts & Service marketing intern this summer, working out of the Case IH headquarters in Racine, Wis. She shared her thoughts before she headed back to the University of Wisconsin – Platteville for her senior year.  (more…)

Leo Bose, Case IH North American Commercial Training Manager, provides this guest blog post on Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Case IH is the only company to meet 2014
Tier 4 B/Final engine emissions standards using SCR-only technology. Bose’s comments follow.
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Case IH has redesigned the new LB4 Series large square balers, making them significantly more efficient to help you maximize short baling windows. We encourage you to take a closer look at the new design by watching the LB4 square baler walkaround video from the recent Farm Progress Show. If you have a Case IH large square baler, please tell us about your favorite features in the comment box below. (more…)

Case IH is excited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Case IH Magnum™ tractors at fall farm shows. Please be sure to visit us and see one of the limited edition silver Magnum 340 Powershift tractors made for this anniversary. We will be exhibiting at Husker Harvest Days in Wood River, Neb.; and the Farm Science Review in London, Ohio. (more…)

The 2012 Farm Progress Show was considered a huge success, as farmers throughout North America and other countries swarmed to Boone, Iowa, to see new agricultural products and technology. They definitely found what they were looking for at the Case IH exhibit. (more…)

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