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Birkey’s Farm Store, Inc. is a Case IH and Case Construction dealer serving Illinois and Indiana. Check out our latest video to see the high quality service and parts we provide at each of our locations. Employees from our Bloomington & Henry, IL locations are featured.
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Infiltration rate is a measure of how fast water enters the soil. Water entering too slowly may lead to ponding on level fields or
to erosion from surface runoff on sloping fields. Here is an easy way to assess soil water infiltration…
Mark Swanson, Case IH crop production sales specialist who covers eastern Iowa and northwestern Illinois, talks about the features of the Ecolo-Tiger 870 disk ripper and shares several tips on how to assess soil conditions and measure for compaction to help you properly set your tillage equipment.
The time for fall harvest is here. As with many farm hazards, those present in combine harvesting situations are usually recognized. For instance, belts and pulleys needed for operating many components will pull something into them at up to 66 feet per second. And, most recognize these speeds are beyond the human ability to react, not even considering the power that runs the machine and from energy in the machine. These and other hazards may be considered on a [...]
This year’s theme for National Farm Safety & Health Week (NFSHW) has a focus on the foundation of agriculture throughout the world – the farm family. Although farming in many regions is moving toward large operations and corporate endeavors, a great percentage of the agrarian industry is still based in the family unit. Agriculture continues to rank as one of the most dangerous occupations in North America. According to the National Education Center for Agricultural Safety (NECAS), there were 596 deaths and 70,000 disabling injuries attributed to agriculture in 2010. As we recognize family farms, large and small, join us in honoring those who work so hard to feed the world.