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Case IH intern Reid Klintworth has spent his summer developing content for Case IH digital marketing initiatives.

Developing a Passion Through Case IH Internship

Categories: From the Editor

Today’s guest blogger is Reid Klintworth, who is  interning at the Case IH headquarters in Racine, Wis. Reid is majoring in marketing and environmental studies at Western Michigan University. This is the first in a series of posts from Case IH interns who volunteered to share about their experiences in the Case IH Be Ready blog. (more…)

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Case IH: Coming to a Farm Show Near You

Categories: Farm Shows

State fairs and fall farm shows are fast approaching. That means opportunities to visit with Case IH and learn about the latest and greatest products and technology. This year, Case IH will exhibit at the following events and more. Mark your calendars and stop by and see us!

What state fairs or farm shows will you visit this season? (more…)

The FFA New Century Farmer program recently brought production agriculture’s future to Des Moines, Iowa, for a week of extensive training and industry visits, teaching the new generation skills to apply on their farms. (more…)

Case IH is proud to offer “extended uptime” equipment that delivers peak performance, even under the most extreme conditions, that’s backed by genuine Case IH parts that will go the distance. (more…)

In our first livestock equipment post, we discussed Farmall tractors. Today we look at hay and forage equipment for any size operation.

As farm chores change, the versatility of Case IH equipment remains the same. With extensive tractor and attachment lines, livestock farmers can move from feedlot to hayfield with ease. What Case IH haying equipment is used on your farm? (more…)

At Case IH, we know that not every livestock customer is the same. Producers need a tractor that is easy to maneuver in tight spaces, but rugged enough for moving round bales or mowing pastures.

In this post, we’re featuring the full line of Farmall® utility and compact tractors. What Farmall model do you use on your livestock operation? (more…)


No. 1 Practice for Higher-Yielding Soybeans

Brian and Darren Hefty are our guest bloggers for this post. They are responsible for the Ag PhD series of newsletters, TV programs, radio broadcasts and workshops that help farmers get the largest yields and profit returns possible. This week, they share the No. 1 practice you can use to increase soybean yields. What management practices do you use for higher-yielding soybeans? (more…)

The second installment of our Agronomic Design Insights video series focuses on spraying and features Case IH sprayer expert Mark Burns and Greg Kruger, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Crop Specialist.

Have you completed your planned applications this season? Have Case IH Patriot® sprayers helped you be in fields at the optimal moment?


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Practices to Try in Alfalfa This Year

Well-known agronomist Darren Hefty is the guest blogger for this post. He and his brother, Brian, are responsible for the popular Ag PhD workshops, TV programs and radio broadcasts. In this post, Darren discusses his ways to improve alfalfa production. What practices do you use to maximize alfalfa tonnage?   (more…)

The deadline to meet the 2014 Tier 4B (Tier 4 Final) engine emissions standards is quickly approaching. While competitors are relying on a combination of engine systems, Case IH is exclusively using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology. Watch the video to learn more about SCR technology. SCR is the same technology that Case IH is currently using to meet Tier 4A standards in high-horsepower tractors. Do you run equipment with SCR engines? What do you like most about the technology? (more…)