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The new Case IH Axial-Flow 240 series combines will deliver the top performance that producers have come to expect from Axial-Flow combines. More high-quality grain, simplicity, crop adaptability, matched capacity and top resale values – plus unmatched horsepower. (more…)

Case IH Combine Marketing Intern Courtney Harder operates a Case IH combine.

Case IH Internship Helps Student Achieve Goals

Categories: From the Editor

Courtney Harder gives us a look into her summer as a Case IH intern. She returned to Case IH as a Combine Marketing Intern after interning in the crop production department last summer. Stay tuned to the Be Ready blog for more posts from our interns. And, if you or someone you know is interested in applying for a Case IH internship, visit www.campusconnect.cnh.com to view available positions. (more…)

Case IH has two ProHarvest support teams that support custom harvesters as they make their way from the Texas/Oklahoma border north through the U.S. wheat belt to the Canadian border. For nearly 30 years, Case IH ProHarvest support teams have supplied parts, technical advice and operational instruction to Axial-Flow® custom harvesters and their crews to ensure a smooth wheat harvest. (more…)

Case IH Pro Demo Team members pose with Josh Lydell, who is walking across the country to raise money and awareness to support injured service members.

Case IH and the Wounded Warrior

For the past couple of years, the Case IH Pro Demo Team travels during the summer and fall supporting Case IH dealers and customers as they demonstrate the productivity and value of the Axial-Flow combine and headers. Although the primary purpose of this small group of specialists is to support Case IH dealers, like the ProHarvest Support Team, they are never too busy to help or bring awareness to those in need. (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…)

For farmers who like to pack more work into each day, Case IH offers state-of-the art LED lighting solutions that can substantially benefit your safety and productivity on the farm. And, regardless of the type of farming you do, the more work you perform after hours, the more valuable good lighting becomes. What percentage of time do you farm in the dark? Let us know how LED lighting helps you get the job done, even at night. (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…)

In 2013, Case IH introduced its Combine Header Center of Excellence, located in Burlington, Iowa. New corn heads and draper heads also were launched. (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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