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The Case IH Module Express 625 picks cotton and simultaneously builds cotton modules

Case IH is an American mechanical company, one of the world’s largest brands of agricultural equipment. With headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, it has a network of more than 4,000 dealers and distributors that operates in more than 160 countries. Case IH is owned by CNH Global.

Case IH offers agricultural equipment, financial services, as well as parts and service support for farmers and commercial operators through a network of dealers and distributors.

Productivity enhancing products include tractors; combines and harvesters; hay and forage equipment; tillage tools; planting and seeding systems; sprayers and applicators; and site-specific farming tools. Case IH has won many AE50 awards from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, ASABE, for their products.

Some of Case IH’s most famous equipment models include Axial-Flow combines, Magnum tractors, Steiger and Farmall.



Case IH history began when, in 1842, Jerome Increase Case founded Racine Threshing Machine Works on the strength of his innovative thresher. In 1869 Case expanded into the steam engine business and, by 1886, Case was the world’s largest manufacturer of steam engines. A century later, Case merged with the agricultural division of International Harvester in 1985 to become the largest farm equipment manufacturer to form Case IH, bringing together the best of both traditions to offer a full line of agricultural equipment.

In 1999 Case Corporation merged with New Holland Ag to form CNH Global, the parent company of Case IH. The majority owner of CNH Global is FIAT.

Factory locations

  • Benson, Minnesota - Cotton Harvesters, Application Equipment
  • Grand Island, Nebraska - Combines, Windrowers
  • Fargo, North Dakota - Tractors
  • Piracicaba, Brazil - Sugarcane Harvesters, Sprayers
  • Racine, Wisconsin - Tractors
  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Crop Production Equipment
  • St. Valentin, Austria - Tractors
  • Goodfield, Illinois - Tillage Equipment



  • The J.I. Case Company had three cars in the first Indianapolis 500 in 1911[1].
  • In 2005, an STX500 Steiger Quadtrac tractor shattered the World Plowing Record, turning 792 acres (3.21 km2) of farmland in just 24 hours[2].
  • The International Harvester "IH" logo in Case IH represents the head-on view of a farmer driving a tractor. The “I” symbolizes the driver of a tractor and is known as the red driver “I”.
  • In 2006, the Case IH logo was displayed on a pair of Ferraris as part of the Ferrari Panamerican 20,000—a journey that took new Ferraris through 16 countries and across 20,000 miles (32,000 km) during a 15-stage, 84-day tour[3].
  • All Case IH equipment can use (B5) biodiesel from approved suppliers. And, nearly half of the models sold globally are approved, following proper protocols, for 100 percent biodiesel (B100)[4].
  • 2007 was Steiger’s 50th anniversary.


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