See how the Maxxi-Point held up against the competition Recently we had a customer run a side-by-side comparison of the 7” Case IH Maxxi-Point sweep versus the competitions 7” sweep. Both of these sweeps were run for 800 acres in the customer’s field. As we look closer at this sweep we can see that the […]
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Hands-free End-of-row Turning With AFS AccuTurn Starting at: $1,200 New for 2017 AFS AccuTurn adds hands-free end of row turning for AFS AccuGuide equipped Steiger, Magnum, Optum, Puma, and Maxxum tractors. Hands-free means repeatable speed compensated turns, a square approach to every pass, increased efficiency in the headlands, and reduced operator fatigue. A perfect fit […]
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Ag Leader’s InCommand 1200 Introduced in late 2015 the InCommand 1200 is Ag Leader’s current flagship display, replacing the Integra. The InCommand 1200 continues the Integra’s legacies of advanced planter control, high-accuracy yield monitoring, precise application control, best-in-class guidance and steering, simple and accurate tile plow operation, and effective data management while adding new...
Curt has spent 35 years with Birkey's. We sat down with him before his retirement and asked him about his experience. Curt was a true ambassador for Birkey's and will be missed greatly.
Thank you Curt.
Birkey’s Celebrates 20 Years on the Web Twenty years ago, Birkey’s launched the first iteration of www.birkeys.com. As the brand and equipment have grown, so has birkeys.com. Take a look at these screenshots through the years to see the transformation of our website. Over time as the business has grown, the need for an online […]
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Learn from Jeff Steirs, a precision farming specialist, how to nudge the guidance line in Case IH midrange and flagship combines all from the multi-function handle.
Learn from Jeff Steirs, a precision farming specialist, how to engage AccuGuide on midrange and flagship Case IH combines all from the multi-function handle.
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Check out our 2008 Case IH 7010 combine.
1512/1086 hours, 520/85R42 FS 600/65R28 FS, AFX, Rock Trap, Chopper, Spreader, Pro 600, 262 WAAS receiver, Bin Ext, Field Tracker, Guidance Ready. HID Stadium Lights, Electric Mirrors
Call our us today to ask about great offers on these Tanaka string trimmers.
The Tanaka string trimmers have the S-Start recoil which requires 50% of the energy to start the unit. The throttle and kill switch are easy-to-use and has a comfort fit.
It comes with a 5" semi automatic dual line head. It is very simple to load and attach.
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The choices you make can affect your equipment value and the quality of next year's crop. Craig Greenwood, Birkey's Service Manager in Hoopeston, shares his top 8 tips for after-season planter maintenance.
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Lift. Twist. Roll: Kill Compaction—One Tiger Point At A Time. A leading factor in crop-yield reduction is soil compaction, but most points do little to alleviate it. Case IH Tiger Points are different—and it’s all about the lift, twist and roll: LIFT. The tip starts the fracturing by lifting the compacted soil. TWIST. The front […]
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