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Case IH has two ProHarvest teams that support custom harvesters as they make their way from the Texas/Oklahoma border up through the northern plains states all the way to Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta in late fall. These three-man teams provide parts when needed and 24/7 emergency breakdown assistance for the custom harvesters. They also support local dealerships and host combine demonstrations as they work their way up the center of the U.S. and Canada. Case IH has remained dedicated to the ProHarvest support program for 24 years. (more…)

For more than 55 years, Alan Funk has been custom harvesting wheat across the U.S. Like most custom harvesters, he has used the same brand of equipment all these years – until last year.

Have you switched to a Case IH combine? What do you think about making the switch? (more…)

Courtney Harder Intern

An Internship Combining Agronomics and Machinery

Categories: From the Editor

Over the last few weeks, Case IH has asked our summer interns to share their perspectives. This intern insight blog is from Courtney Harder, Crop Production Sales and Marketing Intern. Courtney is a junior at Iowa State University, majoring in agricultural business and international agriculture with an agronomy minor. (more…)

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Could You Be the Ultimate Case IH Fan?

Everyone says they have the best fans, but at Case IH, we really believe we do. Our fans’ interest and passion for red iron is great in the field, and naturally spills over to online, too.

What’s your go-to social media platform to stay current with Case IH? (more…)

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Top 5 Things to See at Farm Progress Show With Case IH

Categories: Farm Shows

Farm Progress Show is just around the corner, and Case IH will be there with all of the latest equipment innovations that you won’t want to miss! Here’s a top five list of what is “must-see” on the Case IH lot in Decatur: (more…)

Kalyn combine

Case IH is a Perfect Fit for One Intern

Categories: From the Editor

Today’s guest blogger is Kalyn Rose, livestock equipment marketing intern. Kalyn is a Purdue University senior studying agribusiness management and marketing. She is the third Case IH intern to share her summer experiences on the Be Ready Blog(more…)

Three well-seasoned engineers and ag equipment technicians travel around the U.S. with a Case IH Axial-Flow Combine offering a unique service. Both current and new customers have the opportunity to get in the combine cab and get some real “stick-time” harvesting. They get to “see for themselves” the benefits of running an axial-flow, ranging from comfort to grain quality. Starting from early May until the end of Harvest, these three guys are the pros on these machines, offering technical advice and operational support too. These experts are the Case IH Pro Demo Team, and this year, they were making time for more than just demos.  (more…)

Intern Kathryn Johnson enjoyed learning more about Case IH during her internship.

For One Intern, Red Roots Run Deep

Categories: From the Editor

Today’s guest blogger is Kathryn Johnson, Case IH High Horsepower Tractor Marketing intern. Kathryn is a University of Wisconsin-Platteville senior studying ag business. She is the second Case IH intern to share her summer experiences on the Be Ready blog. (more…)

The Case IH Patriot® line of sprayers is agronomically designed for application quality.

What to Look For in a Sprayer

When purchasing a sprayer, producers and applicators have a lot of considerations. Producers should research and carefully choose the size and options that best fit their operation. What influences your spraying purchase decision?  (more…)

Case IH understands that farmers work around the clock. Problems don’t arise when it’s convenient, and down time means lost profits. That is why the Case IH AFS Support Center is available 24/7/365 for service and support on any Case IH precision farming technology. What challenges do you face with precision farming technology? (more…)