Building on 18 years of leadership in independent-track technology, Case IH has introduced the Magnum™ Rowtrac™ tractor. Two new models will help producers be more efficient, especially those who farm in challenging soil conditions. (more…)
The Case IH Puma® series tractors are known for their maneuverability and dependability for livestock producers, mixed-farm enterprises and row crop farms. Case IH is excited to introduce six new models to the lineup. Do you own a Puma tractor? Which of these new features are you most excited about? (more…)
Understanding the need for a smaller, more agile tractor, Case IH introduced the new Farmall® V series tractors at World Ag Expo last week. They are specifically designed for smaller areas, such as fruit and nut orchards and vineyards. Do you farm fruit and/or nut orchards and vineyards? How could these smaller and more nimble tractors benefit you? (more…)
Case IH is the first and only agricultural equipment manufacturer to use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology alone to meet strict Tier 4 B/Final emissions standards. This fall, Case IH introduced 18 new models to the Case IH Efficient Power family – all equipped with this proven high-horsepower, fuel-efficient, simple solution, boasting added power and new features to address producer needs. (more…)
What could you do with 682 peak horsepower? (more…)
The “Big Three” Case IH fluids – No. 1 engine oil, Hy-Tran and coolant – will be coming soon for superior performance in Case IH equipment. These fluids help producers meet the demands of both Tier 4A engines and CVT transmissions, and they can also be used on legacy equipment. What type of fluids do you use on your equipment? Share your thoughts with us. (more…)
Hear what producers are saying about Case IH simple operation.
In a historical sense, they represent the third and fourth generations of their Illinois farming family, but Don and Jon Thompson don’t spend much time looking backward. Instead, this father-son farming team keeps an eye on the future, adopting innovative technologies as soon as they become available, and adapting quickly to constant changes in farming practices.
Knowing their background, it’s no surprise that the Thompsons were among the first to see the advantages of the Axial-Flow rotary combine back in the mid 1970s, and that today they’re near the head of the line to see the advantages of new Case IH Tier 4A engine technology.
If you haven’t seen the earlier video posts highlighting what producers are saying about Case IH technology, check back over the last week or so. You’ll hear a variety of voices talking about Case IH Efficient Power, using terms like powerful, smart technology, and simple operation. Or for the big picture, just visit Case IH at our YouTube channel.
Hear What Producers are Saying: Case IH Smart Technology
All this week and next, we’re featuring videos highlighting what farmers have to say about Case IH Efficient Power, and how they’re putting it to work on their operations. Today we get feedback about the fuel efficiency in new Tier 4 compliant high-horsepower tractors.
Based on feedback from producers who have purchased new Tier 4 Steiger and Magnum tractors, the adoption of SCR technology for emissions control has led to gratifying gains in both performance and efficiency. While meeting Tier 4 requirements was obviously a requirement, these farmers told us that these engines put power first, delivering both optimum performance and top-notch fuel economy.
Watch Case IH Power: Hear What Producers are Saying
A couple of weeks ago, we asked you to tell us what Efficient Power means to you in a Twitter campaign and contest at Farm Progress Show. We got some great answers, but you’re probably wondering what inspired that contest.
The answer: You did! Last spring, after planting, we talked to farmers who purchased some of the first Tier 4 Steiger and Magnum tractors off the line. They told us that these engines put power – and not emissions – first, using SCR technology to deliver both optimum performance and top-notch fuel economy. They compared the tractors’ ease of use and comfort to driving a Cadillac.
Now you can hear for yourself what these farmers had to say. This first video highlights what producers like you told us about the power they saw in their fields. Check back throughout this week and next to hear more from these first owners about their experiences with Efficient Power.