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Rain makes grain. But too much winter or spring moisture can rob plants of the nutrients they need to grow and mature. Whether side dress is part of your planned fertility program or a new consideration driven by this year’s weather, choose the best equipment to get the job done right.

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This Steiger® 370 Rowtrac™ 370 and True-Tandem™ 370 disk harrow await drier fields in Arkansas.

Planting Report: Tracked Tractors Shine This Spring

Categories: Field Reports

Every season brings challenges and opportunities. Planting delays continue to test farmers across many Southern regions this spring. Many growers have seen firsthand how the latest Case IH technology can help them manage these challenges. (more…)

If you missed last fall’s soil sampling window, be sure to pull those samples this spring. It will save you money.

Soil Sampling Is Extra Important This Year

In many parts of the country, fall turned to winter seemingly overnight. For some, that made the last few rounds of harvest more challenging. For others, that meant an end to fall tillage. If winter shut down your schedule before you or your agronomist could pull soil samples, you still can — and definitely should — test soil this spring.

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The new True-Tandem™ 345 seed bed disk harrow is a great addition to the field-proven Case IH tillage legacy. With key advances that help improve field finish, durability and machine productivity, the equipment provides growers with optimum results. (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…)

A Case IH Precision Disk 500 and 3580 air cart roll through fields in central North Dakota on May 10. Please note this video has no sound.

Today’s guest blogger is Trent Hardy, Case IH Regional Sales Manager for Crop Production from the Canadian border to Iowa. Hardy grew up working on a farm, while his father managed the local grain elevator. Hardy has been with Case IH for four years. Prior to becoming Regional Sales Manager, he served as a Territory Sales Manager for central and eastern North Dakota. (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. In this post, we will introduce some of the specialists in the western part of the U.S. and Canada, and share what they do to support the wide range of needs from, cash crop to dairy and beef producers. Watch for a post next week featuring specialists located in eastern areas. (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…)

This post continues our Be Ready blog series on achieving photocopy plants. Bill Hoeg, Case IH Planter Marketing Manager, shares the following insights on uniform planting depth. (more…)

Spring is here, and after a long winter in many parts of the country, farmers are looking forward to planting. At Case IH, we strive to help growers achieve photocopy plants, which are plants that emerge at the same time, with the same stalk thickness, that go on to arrive at the same leaf and ear stages providing longer, more uniform ear length, and ultimately higher yield potential. (more…)