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Track technology is becoming more popular as customers look for equipment that offers the best maneuverability with the least amount of compaction. Case IH now has integrated this technology in the Magnum™ Rowtrac™ tractors. These tractors are fitted with tires in the front and tracks in the back, allowing for minimum compaction with maximum traction and ease of use.

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Case IH supports the launch of the Open Ag Data Alliance (OADA) – an open standards software project distinguished by its guiding principle that each farmer owns data generated or entered by the farmer, their employees or by machines performing activities on their farm.

Case IH Supports OADA

There is the potential to collect more on-farm agronomic data than ever before, and farmers need the hardware and software systems to share information. The most scalable solution is to enable hardware and software systems to communicate automatically through secure cloud services or tools, so that the data can be put to work in real time. However, many farmers share legitimate concerns about what will happen to their operation’s data and questions about who controls that data and how it will be used. (more…)

This week’s planting report comes from Dave Brennan, Case IH Crop Production Specialist for Nebraska, Colorado and western Kansas. He grew up on a diversified farm in northwest Iowa, raising corn, soybeans and livestock. Joining Case IH right after college, Brennan has served in a variety of roles with the company, including Parts & Service Quality Supervisor at the Grand Island combine manufacturing facility, Field Service Rep, Manager of Field Service Operations, Parts & Service Rep, and Precision Farming Product Specialist, before assuming his current post.  (more…)

Case IH has a dedicated team of specialists that focus their efforts on assisting customers and dealers with utility tractors, as well as hay and forage equipment. Their expertise and knowledge of the equipment helps producers select the right product for their needs and then get the most out of it to ultimately improve their operation. Last week, we introduced you to the specialists in western parts of the U.S. and Canada. In this post, we will introduce the specialists who are serving the eastern areas. (more…)

This post continues our Be Ready blog series looking at the six agronomic drivers that impact photocopy plants; this installment focuses on accurate seed populations and in-row seed spacing. (more…)

Today, we continue our Be Ready blog series looking at the six agronomic drivers that impact photocopy plants; this installment focuses on soil density.  (more…)

Case IH is committed to bringing you timely and relevant agronomic insights. Over the past several weeks, we’ve explored the key agronomic needs that growers continually balance. They are: (more…)

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Agronomic Design Principles: Crop Protection

Categories: Agronomic Design

In the fifth installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about pesticide and herbicide resistance.

What are you doing on your farm to try to reduce pesticide and herbicide resistance? (more…)

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Agronomic Design Principles: Plant Food Availability

Categories: Agronomic Design

In the fourth installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about giving plants every opportunity to maximize their potential through careful nutrient placement. (more…)

Growers continually balance eight key agronomic needs: timeliness, crop residue management, soil tilth, seed bed conditions, seed placement accuracy, plant food availability, crop protection and harvest quality. This post is the first in a series that offers insights on some of these specific needs. This first post addresses seed placement accuracy. (more…)

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