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…)
The Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy released a report in May 2013 that lists annual cover crops as the most influential practice for reducing nitrogen loss from fields that are in continuous row crop production. (more…)
As part of the Field of Deals sales event, we asked producers a series of question related to some of the featured equipment, including what they would do if they won a 2012 Ram truck. One young woman feels her dad deserves a decent truck for everything he’s done to help her. And a rancher told us the first thing he’d do is “put it in its work clothes.” Watch this video to see and hear what other farmers and ranchers would do if they were to win the truck. (more…)
To Be Ready for the future, you need to utilize the most efficient and time-saving technology to maximize your investment. Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) precision technology has become a necessary component in many farming practices. (more…)
When it comes to hay equipment to help you Be Ready for the upcoming growing season, we have some great resources within Case IH who are anxious to assist you. Brett DeVries, Case IH Hay and Forage Marketing Manager, is our guest blogger this week and shares insight into high-productivity equipment to help you get maximum hay yields. (more…)
Case IH has made the winter farm show circuit and enjoyed visiting with many of you at these premier events. We hope the conversations we had with you, along with a look at our equipment, will help you Be Ready to take on the upcoming growing season.
What shows did you attend this winter? Leave a comment and let us know. Here’s a recap of a few of the recent winter shows: (more…)
Today, we begin a short series of posts on hay production insights. Our guest blogger is hay and forage expert, Kevin Shinners, Ph.D., Professor of Agricultural Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who can help you gain insight and Be Ready for the upcoming growing season. Here he shares his thoughts on how to ensure that the hay you’re harvesting is of the highest quality, so you can reap the benefits of high market prices. (more…)
Did you remember to turn over your calendar this morning? February is a month that signals we’re getting at least a little closer to spring. Today also is the kickoff of our Field of Deals sales event. Now is a great time to see your dealer about equipment that will help you Be Ready to meet the challenges of your livestock, dairy or other farm operation.
We’ve been running a caption contest on Facebook, and folks are having a lot of fun with this. Now it’s your turn – leave a comment with your caption ideas. Let the holiday spirit guide you!
Seasons Greetings from all of us here at Case IH!
As you’re wrapping up spring planting, we understand your first priority is getting your equipment to the field and getting it done.
Still, we expect that concern lingers in the back of your mind about rising fuel costs as you spend endless hours in the field. “Will our harvest cover these rising input costs? Will prices stay strong?”
With average U.S. diesel costs around $4 per gallon, (reported by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, May 30, 2011, it’s a hard issue to avoid.
While Case IH can’t do anything to lower fuel costs, we can offer you some guidance to optimize fuel efficiency as you operate your tractor. That’s why I asked John Bohnker, Case IH Marketing Manager for Magnum tractors, to provide helpful tips.