AFS Harvest Command™ uses four modes of automation to help you harvest at peak efficiency. Simply choose the mode of automation to match your harvesting goals. Then set the crop type, maximum operating speed and power limits and AFS Harvest Command takes over from there.
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AFS Harvest Command™ combine automation — available on the new Axial-Flow® 250 series combines — utilizes 16 sensors to automatically adjust seven combine settings to match your harvesting goals. You choose the level of automation from four different strategies, and AFS Harvest Command optimizes your output as crop conditions change. This advanced technology allows even the inexperienced operator to achieve the productivity of an expert.
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In Kit Carson County, Colorado, Mr. McCaffery shares his thoughts on the new 8250 Axial-Flow® combine. With the new AFS Harvest Command combine automation system, he can maximize ground speed and minimize operator error. Learn more at https://www.caseih.com/northamerica/en-us/products/advanced-farming-systems/field-solutions/afs-harvest-command.
West of Goodland, Kansas, Tristan Thomas experiences first-hand the all-new AFS Harvest Command™ combine automation system on the 8250 Axial-Flow® combine. Learn more about maximizing efficiency and feedrate control at https://www.caseih.com/northamerica/en-us/products/advanced-farming-systems/field-solutions/afs-harvest-command.
In Jasper, Missouri, Mr. Ken Kane cuts the last of his wheat crop with the new 8250 Axial-Flow® combine featuring AFS Harvest Command™ combine automation system. See his first reactions to the combine automation system. Learn more at https://www.caseih.com/northamerica/en-us/products/advanced-farming-systems/field-solutions/afs-harvest-command.
From ease of operation to the quality sample in the tank, Mr. Ball is impressed by his first experience with the new 8250 Axial-Flow® combine in Barton County, Kansas. Learn more about the 50 series combine and new AFS Harvest Command automation system at https://www.caseih.com/northamerica/en-us/products/advanced-farming-systems/field-solutions/afs-harvest-command.
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Since 1923, Farmall® series tractors have delivered high-efficiency farming for operations of all sizes. Today’s Farmall tractors from Case IH offer flexible versatility and attachments for every job, and new cab options offer increased comfort for long days. Visit https://www.caseih.com/northamerica/en-us/products/tractors/farmall-series to learn more.
Steiger® and Magnum™ Rowtrac™ series tractors now feature an improved track design for high-speed roading — capable of up to 25 mph — for tracks of all widths with no mechanical speed limitation. Plus, a new 21-inch configuration provides the only narrow-row track option available in the industry. Visit https://www.caseih.com/tracks to learn more.
Seed and fertilize simultaneously with the Case IH Precision Disk™ 500DS air drill. Built with an agronomically designed row unit, this new model delivers the accuracy, versatility and productivity you need to cover more acres efficiently.
Case IH AFS Soil Command™ now delivers agronomic control technology to the Tiger-Mate™ 255 field cultivator, single-fold True-Tandem™ disk harrows and vertical tillage tools, and the Ecolo-Tiger® 875 disk ripper. Building on its existing seedbed sensing technology capabilities, AFS Soil Command will now help producers precisely coordinate control of their tillage equipment – right from the tractor cab.
Every seedbed has agronomic potential waiting just below the surface - you just need the right tool to find it. AFS Soil Command™ is the first seedbed monitoring technology that allows producers to measure and optimize the agronomic quality of their seedbed — right from the tractor cab. This advanced technology delivers real-time feedback from the seedbed, allowing the operator to make yield-enhancing adjustments before it is too late.
AFS Harvest Command™ combine automation system, only available with 250 series Axial-Flow® combines, takes the guess work out of harvesting by proactively sensing and optimizing seven machine settings. It helps turn inexperienced drivers into expert operators. See what producers have to say.