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Planning with flexibility in mind can help you be proactive, rather than reactive, when changes in markets, weather and other variables impact your operation.

Stay Agile to Improve Success in 2015

By now, you’ve likely already begun implementing your 2015 cropping plan — seed order is in; your fall fertilizer is down; spring fertilizer is locked in; herbicide decisions are formulated. As you continue developing next year’s plan, don’t forget to factor in some flexibility.

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The new Magnum™ Rowtrac™ tractor combines the benefits of tracks with the maneuverability of mechanical front drive.

Tracks or Wheels? Choose the Best Fit for Your Fields

During the long days of this fall’s harvest, your mind likely wandered — maybe even daydreamed a bit — thinking about next year and the needs of your operation. If you decided it’s time to add, replace or upgrade tractors, how will you decide between tracks and wheels? The good news is, now you can choose either or both.

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Today’s planter technology allows producers to place seeds precisely where they want them. Now, thanks to Case IH and Precision Planting®, producers can take that technology to a new level by adding valuable new options that fit their individual needs. (more…)

Mother Nature didn’t make it too easy to get seed in the ground in many parts this spring. However, the pace picked up rapidly once she gave a window of opportunity. Along the way, Case IH crop production specialists have shared planting reports, including how Case IH equipment is helping producers make the most out of adverse conditions and provide a better environment for germination. (more…)

Today’s guest blogger is Kurt Hohlbein, Case IH Crop Production Specialist for Ohio, northern Indiana and western Michigan. He grew up on a row crop farm in Ohio and has been a Crop Production Specialist for the past three years. (more…)

Today’s guest blogger is Tony McClelland, Case IH Crop Production Specialist for Illinois and most of Missouri. Growing up, McClelland spent his summers at his family farm in Michigan. He started with Case IH in 1999 in tech support for Case IH Magnum™ and Maxxum® tractors. Before becoming a Crop Production Specialist, McClelland worked in inside sales, high horsepower tractor marketing and served as a tractor specialist. (more…)

Sugarcane harvesters are capable of handling more than 100 tons of material per acre.

Be Ready Wherever You Stand

Categories: Future Ag Leaders

Today’s blog post is guest-written by Brandon Whitt, a Case IH customer from Murfreesboro, Tenn. He recently participated in the Partners in Agricultural Leadership (PAL) program, which is facilitated by the American Farm Bureau Federation. This year’s PAL class took a trip to Brazil to learn more about the agriculture industry and how agriculture can be affected on a global scale. In this blog post, Brandon shares his experiences in the PAL program. Brandon also is the 2014 National Young Farmer of the Year. (more…)

Case IH Interns

Case IH is Coming to a College Campus Near You

Categories: From the Editor

Today’s guest blogger is Trevor Szymczak, one of two Case IH college relations specialists responsible for recruiting and managing summer interns. We asked Trevor to share with us how to find out more about internship opportunities with Case IH. (more…)

In the previous post, we introduced you to the Combine Header Center of Excellence. Coming out of this world-class production facility located in Burlington, Iowa, are the new Case IH 3000 series draper headers, which are designed to harvest more acres in less time, with superior crop feeding and less susceptibility to crop moisture.

What features do you look for in Case IH draper headers? (more…)

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Agronomic Design Principles: Harvest Quality

Categories: Agronomic Design

In the sixth installment of our Agronomic Design principles blog series, we’re talking about what farmers can do to reduce harvest loss.

What are you doing on your farm to try to reduce harvest loss? (more…)

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