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In a prior blog post, we talked about spraying considerations and how Case IH equipment can help you Be Ready for whatever Mother Nature sends your way. Today, Case IH Application Equipment Marketing Manager Mark Burns helps us dig deeper into the factors influencing spraying effectiveness and ways to ensure the best spray coverage possible. How have Case IH Patriot sprayers helped you optimize your chemical application during short spraying windows? (more…)

This spring’s wet conditions have made getting into fields a challenge. We’ve seen some of the latest planting dates in history, and the cool, wet weather has resulted in prime growing conditions for weeds. Conditions for spraying those weeds and applying fertilizer have been less than ideal. What challenges have you faced with spraying this spring?  (more…)

Here’s some good news on the quality assurance front: Case IH and BaleKeeper™ brand plastic twines for both round and square balers meet tough new industry standards for quality, testing, labeling, performance and country of origin. (more…)

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Prepping Your Planter for Storage

Categories: From the Editor

Getting ready to put your Early Riser® planter in storage? This video from RealAgriculture.com shows what you can do to keep yours primed and ready to go for next season. What are some ways you prepare your planter for storage? (more…)

This first installment of our Agronomic Design Insights Video series focuses on planting and features Missy Bauer, Associate Field Editor of Farm Journal, and our own Case IH planter expert in the field, Chris Lursen. (more…)

Let Each Seed Reach Its Full Potential

At Case IH, we know how important maximizing time and getting the most out of every seed is to our customers. That is why we focus on Agronomic Design and improving the soil-seed-plant environment.  (more…)

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Tough Crops Demand the Toughest Blades

Categories: Parts & Service

Genetically engineered corn and soybean varieties make for stronger, bigger yields. But the same genetics that make these crops resistant to weather, disease and pests also make them tough to cut – and tough on your machine. (more…)

Well-known agronomists Brian and Darren Hefty are our guest bloggers for this post. Through radio and TV programs and during workshops, the Heftys help educate and provide information to farmers to improve their profitability. In this blog post, Brian and Darren discuss steps you can take to improve alfalfa production. I invite you to read their post and let us know what management practices you utilize to maximize your alfalfa crop. (more…)

From warm weather in the South in early March to snow and then floods in May in the Midwest, farmers have had to deal with just about every weather condition while trying to plant. Our crop production specialists have shared their reports during this unpredictable season. We’d like to hear your planting report. Are you still trying to wrap up planting? How much rain did you get over the holiday weekend?  (more…)

Today’s guest blogger is Mark Swanson, Case IH Crop Production Specialist covering eastern Iowa and northwest Illinois. A 29-year veteran with Case IH, Mark has specialized in planters since 2006. Read his report and let us know if crops in your area are starting to emerge. (more…)