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Yield estimates can help you prepare for harvest.

Yield Estimates Can Help Harvest Planning

At this point in the growing season, yield potential becomes reality. How do your crops look? By estimating yields, you can do more than satisfy your curiosity. Sound estimates can help you prepare for harvest and make better decisions. (more…)

A shaped-up shop can make for speedier repairs.

These Mobile Tools Can Help Your Shop

Categories: Parts & Service

You’ve meticulously gone through your combine. Your trucks are ready to roll. Grain bins, augers and other equipment are clean, lubed and set to move a big crop. But is your shop up to the challenge? (more…)

Fall tillage can help lay the foundation for next season’s production. But one tillage plan with a single implement might not be best for every field. A more prescriptive approach can help ensure better returns on your investment. (more…)

Hiring the right employees can help keep harvest on track.

Tips to Hire the Right Harvest Help

When you hire seasonal help, the goal is to find employees who can help you get the work done. Investing a little time up front can help you avoid hiring employees who would add to your workload. (more…)

Schedule your Case IH Certified Maintenance Inspection today.

Before You Harvest, Schedule a Combine Inspection

Categories: Parts & Service

Harvest time downtime — it’s about as fun as fencing in the rain, fixing a flat on Christmas morning or welding the underside of anything. You can’t eliminate breakdowns, but a Case IH Certified Maintenance Inspection can help reduce your combine’s chances of spending time in the shop this fall. (more…)

Harvest starts at your combine’s header. It’s also where you can begin to reduce grain losses and increase harvest efficiency. As you prep your combine for fall, consider upgrading to the latest header technology. (more…)

Timed right, late-season hay cuttings can provide a forage bonus.

So When Will You Make That Last Hay Cut?

Timing your hay cuttings is a balance between forage quantity and quality. As we approach this season’s final cuttings, a third factor weighs heavily: next year’s productivity. Consider when — or if — you take off another cutting and how that could affect the long-term productivity of your hay fields. (more…)

When you want to check out the weather or see how your crops are doing, you look out the window or walk your fields. That’s great information — if you’re planning a picnic or evaluating your fertility program. But you need a broader view when making cropping or marketing decisions. (more…)

Weed competition remains a threat to vulnerable crops, whether they are late-planted, replanted or suffering from poor growing conditions. Carefully consider whether to spray those weeds. If you do need to spray, are you prepared to do the job right? (more…)

Speed or accuracy? It’s usually a pick-one proposition, especially on the farm. The new Case IH Precision Air™ 5 series air carts let you have both — just in time for winter wheat seeding. (more…)