Seedbed preparation

Kits are it!

Posted on: 05/13/2013
Posted in: Combine, Featured, Harvest, Planting, Primary tillage, Seedbed preparation

This harvest, don’t waste time—or money—on routine maintenance efforts.

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planter tractor compatibility

Is your tractor the perfect match?

Posted on: 01/30/2013
Posted in: General, Planting, Seedbed preparation

Determining tractor/planter compatibility requires knowledge of certain specifications. Read on to see if your tractor and planter are the perfect match. Tractor horsepower and weight must be adequate to maintain control of the planter in the field and in transport […]

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planter storage removal

Time to plant! Storage removal tips

Posted on: 01/30/2013
Posted in: Featured, Maintenance, Planting, Seedbed preparation, Service

You’re ready to plant. For the best growing season, remember these tips when removing your planter from storage: Clean hydraulic hose couplers before connecting to the tractor. Make sure tires are properly inflated before moving the planter. Remove protective grease […]

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cultivator inspection

Tiger-Mate 200 inspection tips

Posted on: 01/30/2013
Posted in: Featured, Planting, Seedbed preparation, Video tips

The Case IH Tiger-Mate 200 will help lay the foundation for better planting efforts. It’s always a good idea to brush up on your cultivator by browsing your operator’s manual. Our Tiger-Mate inspection video series also offers some quick and […]

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Before you till: Pre-season tillage checklist

Posted on: 01/29/2013
Posted in: Featured, Seedbed preparation, Video tips

The Case IH Tiger-Mate 200 provides uniform soil distribution for faster dry-down, allowing you to plant earlier for an extended growing season with faster germination. Excellent soil tilth means proper pore and soil aggregate size and distribution in the seed […]

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earth metal prod and testing

What goes into better disks and sweeps? A LOT.

Posted on: 01/29/2013
Posted in: Planting, Primary tillage, Seedbed preparation

Not all disks and sweeps are created equal. The stronger, sharper and longer-wearing they are, the fewer headaches in the field—and the fewer unnecessary drains on your profit.

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