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It's Harvest Time. Get Ready.

View Offers Browse Catalog It’s time to prepare for long days in the field. Get the support you need during the Red and Ready Maintenance Event. Only your Case IH dealer has the genuine parts and expert service to keep your equipment up and running during your busiest times. Take advantage of valuable offers and special financing throughout the event. HURRY IN – EVENT ENDS SEPTEMBER 30, 2015



CNH Expands its Connectivity Products for Ag Equipment

Growing Goergia: CNH Expands its Connectivity Products for Ag Equipment Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 CNH Industrial has expanded its connectivity products to provide greater coverage of data technology to agricultural and construction equipment owners. This has been made possible by combining both CDMA and 3G GSM cellular network technologies into a single device. This technology, offered by CNH Industrial's Precision Solutions and Telematics group, offers customers in North America a solution...



Summer drought impacts peanut harvest

WTOC 11: Summer drought impacts peanut harvest Posted: Aug 11, 2015 5:35 PM EST BULLOCH CO., GA (WTOC) - South Georgia farmers have corn to harvest, but peanuts have a few weeks left in the field. Periods of heat and drought slowed development of peanut plants because of when they were planted.  "It hurt, but it didn't hurt as much as it could have," explained farmer Greg Sikes. "In some spots, the plants had to start over completely because of it." He said later rains helped the...



Georgia’s Zippy Duvall wants American Farm Bureau presidency

Southeast Farm Press: Georgia’s Zippy Duvall wants American Farm Bureau presidency Georgia Farm Bureau – Jul 21, 2015   Georgia Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall announced his candidacy for president of the American Farm Bureau Federation July 17. The Greene County, Ga., native is in his fifth, two-year term as president of Georgia’s largest farm organization. “Agriculture and farming will continue to play an enormously important role in the future of our country. It’s no...



Passing the farm and land heritage to his daughter

Southeast Farm Press Article: Passing the farm and land heritage to his daughter Glenn and Casey Cox introduce the Flint River like it’s a member of their family. And, in many ways, it is. The river has been the heritage for the many generations of Coxes who’ve farmed and lived along its southwest Georgia banks. Glenn, 60, is a fifth generation farmer. Casey, 24, is the daughter and only child of Glenn and wife, Tina. And Casey is becoming the sixth generation to farm their branch of...



Case Dealer AIMTRAC Grows by Helping Farmers Grow

In just four years, South Georgia Case IH dealer AIMTRAC has more than tripled in size, success that the company attributes to attentive service and the fact that many of its employees farm on the side. In early 2010, Pinehurst Equipment Company and Fox International of Americus merged to form a new dealership the owners named AIMTRAC. Soon, T&T in Camilla, Georgia also joined, followed by a new dealership in Brooklet (just outside of Statesboro, Ga.) which opened its doors October 2010....



Profits predicted to be low in 2014 for Georgia row crop farmers

University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Georgia’s livestock producers may see higher profits in 2014 due to lower feed prices and higher consumer demand. However, those lower feed prices, and flat demand for corn for ethanol, may hold down profit margins for Georgia row crop farmers. University of Georgia experts with the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences shared their economic predictions for Georgia’s commodities during Georgia Ag...



View the new Georgia Grown magazine online

Georgia Grown News Commissioner Gary W. Black announced that the Georgia Department of Agriculture unveiled the second issue of the Georgia Grown magazine at the 36th annual Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition. The 132-page magazine is a comprehensive guide to Georgia’s farms, forests, food and exports, and serves as a synopsis for state legislators, business leaders and consumers about the impact of agriculture on the state's economy. “This magazine illustrates to readers across the...



New Digital Tool Helps Producers Find the Right Red Tractor

Case IH is simplifying the decision of choosing the right red tractor for many operations with the new digital Right Red Tractor tool. RACINE, Wis. - Case IH is simplifying the decision of choosing the right red tractor for many operations with the new digital Right Red Tractor tool. “We designed the Right Red Tractor digital tool in the spirit of helping producers be ready to make beneficial equipment purchasing decisions for their operations,” says Zach Hetterick, Tractor Marketing...



Southern peanut growers to hold 16th annual conference

THE SOUTHERN PEANUT Growers Conference is set for July 24-26. The 16th Annual Southern Peanut Growers Conference is set for July 24-26, at the Edgewater Beach Resort in Panama City Beach, Fla. The three-day event will provide farmers with an opportunity to learn more about the industry and issues affecting them, in addition to a relaxing family time at the beach. The general sessions at this year’s conference will offer farmers an opportunity to learn more about legislative issues,...



Georgia Grown Building returns to Georgia National Fair

The Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter and the Georgia Department of Agriculture are pleased to be partnering once again this year to present the Georgia Grown Building during the 2014 Georgia National Fair, October 2-12, in Perry, GA. The building will feature 20,000 square feet of space dedicated solely to Georgia Grown products, manufactures and businesses, specifically geared towards agriculture.



Georgia produced $9.3 billion in agricultural products in 2012

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released the final 2012 Census of Agriculture results sharing a wide-range of information about what agricultural products were raised in the United States in 2012, and where, how and by whom they were grown. The data, which is reported at the national, state and county level, will help farmers, ranchers, local officials, agribusiness and others make decisions for the future.