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Farm Bureau, Case offer iron deal

Agriculture.com Staff 04/17/2013 @ 4:19pm

A new program ties together the farm machinery-buying process and one of the nation's largest manufacturers.

A new program offered by American Farm Bureau, Inc., and the American Farm Bureau Federation makes farmers eligible for discounts when purchasing Case IH equipment from a participating dealership.

“The program’s goal is to provide Farm Bureau members with greater value when they purchase or lease eligible equipment," says AFBI director Ron Gaskill.

Adds Case IH livestock marketing manager Zach Hetterick: “[American Farm Bureau] unifies farmers to make farming more sustainable and the community a better place to live in a way that could not be accomplished on an individual level.”

How's the program work? Hetterick explains: "There is no limit to the number of incentive discounts that a Farm Bureau member may use as long as it is no more than one per unit and the equipment included provides opportunities for small landowners to larger, professional producers,” he says. “This discount is also stackable, meaning it can be used with other discounts, promotions, rebates or offers that may be provided by Case IH or a Case IH dealership.”

A current Farm Bureau membership verification certificate must be presented to the Case IH dealer in advance of product delivery to receive the incentive discount. Certificates may be obtained by visiting fbadvantage.com and selecting the Case IH offer.

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