The Penton Farm Progress’ 2014 Hay and Forage Expo is set to take place tomorrow and Thursday – June 25 and 26 – in Boone, Iowa, at the Central Iowa Expo. The Central Iowa Expo also is the location for the 2014 Farm Progress Show. Case IH will showcase a full line-up of hay and forage equipment and Case IH specialists will be on hand to answer questions. (more…)
Deemed the largest agricultural exposition in the world, World Ag Expo is undoubtedly one of the highlights of winter show season. Case IH will be among the more than 1,400 exhibitors at the show featuring the latest in farm equipment, communications and technology. The expo will be held in Tulare, Calif., on Feb. 11–13. Have you been to World Ag Expo? Tell us about your experience. (more…)
Everyone says they have the best fans, but at Case IH, we really believe we do. Our fans’ interest and passion for red iron is great in the field, and naturally spills over to online, too.
What’s your go-to social media platform to stay current with Case IH? (more…)
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…)
No matter where you are in the country, there’s a winter ag trade show for you with opportunities to reflect on last year, prepare for this year, learn the latest trends and share insights with like-minded people. What are your reasons for attending a winter show and what do you enjoy the most while there? (more…)
Are you going to the National FFA Convention, or is someone you know going? Tell us what you plan to do while you’re there, and read on to learn about our contest on Facebook to win a new iPad! (more…)
Case IH recently presented the award of nine new Farmall® A tractors to the runners-up of the American Farm Bureau Federation’s (AFBF) 2012 Young Farmers & Ranchers Achievement Award, Discussion Meet and Excellence in Agriculture competitions. These finalists demonstrate the leadership and skills that farmers need to meet the difficulties of the evolving agriculture industry. We’re proud to partner with AFBF in recognizing these hard-working and committed individuals. (more…)
From former President George W. Bush to Trace Adkins to Tom Vilsack, there are some big names on tap at the ag trade shows in 2012. Are you planning to attend any shows this winter? Which one do you like best, and why? Leave a comment and let us know. (more…)
Case IH is a proud supporter of the National FFA Foundation. Their undertaking of helping students prepare to be the next generation of agriculture leaders goes hand-in-hand with our mission to help farmers “Be Ready” for the opportunities and challenges facing agriculture.
During the recent National FFA Convention, we asked students to use Twitter to send us their thoughts on what they are doing to Be Ready for the future of farming. We promised that one respondent would receive a new Apple iPad 2 as part of the contest.
Our lucky winner is Elisa Sagehorn who grew up on a row crop and cattle farm near Holyoke, Colo. She currently is student at Colorado State University (CSU) majoring in agricultural education. She is the daughter of Keith and Diane Sagehorn.
Elisa tweeted “I will be ready through bringing ag education to elementary schools.” She already has served in agriculture advocacy roles, including presiding as a past state FFA officer, interning for the Colorado Farm Bureau and currently chairing the CSU College of Agriculture ambassador program.
If you were in Decatur for the Farm Progress Show, you probably noted the Case IH presence. We admit it – Case IH was hard to miss. But if you weren’t able to join us we invite you to take a look at the video recap of opening day.
We also hope nobody missed a chance to tweet their response to the question, “What does Efficient Power mean to me?” Here’s how it worked: Everyone was invited to describe what Efficient Power meant to them personally. There weren’t many rules- you had to include a #EfficientPower hashtag to identify your tweet, and of course you had to observe the Twitter 140-character limit. Other than that, the topic was wide open.