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See the Latest Equipment Technology at Commodity Classic

As the country’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show, Commodity Classic long has served as an important event for growers. This week’s annual meeting is no exception, and Case IH will be in New Orleans. We would enjoy the opportunity to meet you and share how we can help you Rethink Productivity.

Stop by our massive exhibit for a hands-on, kick-the-tires, climb-up-behind-the-wheel experience. We’ll answer all of your questions. Here’s where you will find us and what you can expect to see:

Commodity Classic, March 3 to 5, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans

Case IH location: Booth 2135

  • Rethink Productivity! Get a firsthand, hands-on experience with the new 2000 series Early Riser® planter.
  • Be among the first to see an exciting addition to our industry-leading tillage lineup.
  • Check out our high-horsepower tractors, including: Magnum™, Magnum Rowtrac™, Steiger® Quadtrac® and Steiger Rowtrac.
  • Experience the all-purpose Optum™ series tractors.
  • See our new Precision Disk™ 500T air drill.
  • Learn about the latest harvest innovations and our Axial-Flow® combines.
  • See our Patriot® sprayers, including our innovative application technology.
  • Learn about updates to our Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) offerings.
  • Pick up the winter edition of the Case IH farm show newspaper with two free posters inside.

We’ve got a lot going on!

Stop by our booth and meet Max Armstrong. He’ll be signing hats and taking photos Thursday and Friday from 1 to 2 p.m. Also on Friday, take in the U.S. Farm Report taping at 7 a.m. in the La Nouvelle Orleans Ballroom. The taping is sponsored by Case IH and open to the public.

We can’t wait to share with you in person all of our exciting products and updates. Travel safe, and we’ll see you in New Orleans!

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