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Last week, we introduced you to the runners-up of the 2013 American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) Discussion Meet competition. This week, we honor the runners-up of the Excellence in Agriculture event. These runner-up winners were awarded a Case IH Farmall® 45A during the AFBF annual meeting in January in Nashville, Tenn. (more…)


Meet with Success at Commodity Classic

Categories: Farm Shows

See what’s new and trending in production agriculture at Commodity Classic, America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show. Soybean, corn, wheat and sorghum farmers will descend upon Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 28-March 2 to see the latest innovations, hear game-changing ideas and meet agriculture leaders from across the nation. (more…)

It’s all about agriculture this week. During National FFA Week, chapters across the country are hosting teacher appreciation breakfasts, conducting “Ag Olympics” competitions, speaking to the public about agriculture and much more. In the spirit of the week, we’d like to remind you and any FFA members you may know about a great opportunity for young, prospective agriculturalists. (more…)

Ann Larson of Shabbona, Ill., receives the keys to her new Case IH Farmall 55A tractor from her Case IH dealer, Eric Johnson, from Johnson Tractor in Rochelle, Ill. Case IH awarded her the tractor because she was a runner-up in the 2013 AFBF YF&R Discussion Meet event.

Farmall Tractors Awarded to YF&R Contest Winners

Categories: Future Ag Leaders

Not many people can say they’ve won a tractor! The nine runners-up of the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 2013 Young Farmers & Ranchers (YF&R) competitive events recently were honored with a Case IH Farmall A tractor at the AFBF annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn. Events included the Discussion Meet, Excellence in Agriculture and Achievement Award. There are three runners-up in each competition. We’ll be introducing you to each of them in a series of posts, starting with the runner-up winners of the Discussion Meet. (more…)

Future Technology Trends Impact Agriculture

Author and futurist Jack Uldrich gave a presentation entitled “Why Future Trends in Agriculture Will Require Unlearning” at a recent Case IH event. Check out the video highlights from his presentation.  (more…)

What’s New on Your Farm?

“Continue to try new things on your farm,” encourages Brian Hefty, co-host of RFD-TV’s weekly Ag PhD program, during a recent presentation on the Case IH Be Ready Stage at Ag CONNECT. What new practices are you implementing on your operation this year?  (more…)


AFS Support Center is Go-To Source

Categories: From the Editor

When Brad Templeton needs help with his Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) equipment, he calls the Case IH AFS Support Center. The technicians are always ready and willing to assist customers. Have you called the center? If so, tell us your experience. (more…)

The Year of the Farmer

Categories: From the Editor

For more than 170 years, we have recognized the important role farmers play in providing safe, quality food and fiber for people around the world. We are excited to team up with sister company, Ram Trucks, in a campaign that declares 2013 “The Year of the Famer.” Did you see the Ram Trucks Super Bowl ad that kicked off the campaign?

Highlights From Experts In Our Ag Connect Booth

Categories: Farm Shows

We had a great week at AG CONNECT Expo in Kansas City, Mo.! Our product experts and engineers had a wonderful time visiting with producers to help them turn ideas into action. Especially popular were the new Precision Disk 500T and Precision Disk 500 drills, Patriot® 2240 sprayers and Steiger® Rowtrac tractors. Did you have a chance to talk with any of our representatives or check out our new offerings?


When analyzing the results from a recent Case IH producer survey, Brian and Darren Hefty were not surprised that 85 percent of the 1,109 producer respondents are considering new cropping practices and technologies in 2013. What new methods will you use this growing season?