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Darren Hefty of Ag PhD takes a plant tissue sample.

Well-known agronomists Brian and Darren Hefty are our guest bloggers for this post. Through radio and television programs and during workshops, the Heftys help educate farmers and provide information to help farmers improve their profitability. In this blog post, Brian and Darren discuss how to make plant tissue analysis useful and how it can help improve your fertility program.  (more…)

June 11

Five Ways to Maximize Sprayer Efficiency

Mark Burns, Case IH marketing manager for application equipment, covers sprayer topics in this series. In his final guest blog post, Mark shares five ways to get the most from your sprayer. Improving efficiency is one more way we’re helping you Be Ready for the future.  (more…)

The enacted Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 (Tax Relief Act of 2010) includes several business-related tax incentives for U.S. farmers who choose to invest in and place equipment into service  in 2012.* Taking advantage of these benefits is another way to Be Ready for the increasing demand to feed a growing population.  (more…)

Tips to Minimize Sprayer Drift

Mark Burns, Case IH marketing manager for application equipment, covers sprayer topics in this new series. In his third guest blog post in the series, Mark gives tips to minimize sprayer drift. His insights help you Be Ready throughout the growing season.  (more…)

Mark Burns, Case IH marketing manager for application equipment, covers sprayer topics in this new series. In his second guest blog post, Mark provides maintenance tips to help you keep your sprayer running at peak performance. His insights will help you Be Ready throughout the growing season.  (more…)

Robert Johnston, on left, city manager of Frederick, Okla., presented Case IH and GPTC with a citation from the state of Oklahoma for their continuous commitment to wheat harvest workers’ safety. Also pictured (left to right) are Dan Renaud, Case IH combine product specialist, Jim Smith, GPTC’s agricultural & machine repair instructor, Gary Tyler, GPTC’s campus superintendent and Dave North, manager, Case IH ProHarvest.  (more…)

Mark Burns, Case IH marketing manager for application equipment, covers sprayer topics in this new series. His first guest blog post addresses how to know when to spray and when not to spray. His insights can help you Be Ready throughout the growing season.  (more…)

Seed was going in the ground early just about everywhere this spring – up to four weeks early in some spots. As a result, virtually all the corn is planted, and soybeans are close. And other than scattered patches of corn in northern Indiana and Illinois that got dinged with frost, the early-planting gamble seems to have paid off.  (more…)

Today’s guest blogger is Jeff Middleton, the Case IH crop production sales specialist covering Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Ontario. Jeff grew up helping on his grandparents’ poultry farm, where they also had an ornamental shrub nursery. Before joining Case IH, Jeff spent 18 years in the seed business.  (more…)

Although the next AG CONNECT Expo and Summit won’t be held until January 2013, organizers have launched a new “Masters & Mavericks” campaign to recognize producers who best exemplify the qualities required to be among the best in the business. Beginning now through Friday, June 8, one of the Masters & Mavericks will be revealed each week, one clue at a time, to the AG CONNECT community via Facebook and Twitter. (more…)

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