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Farm Bureau Partners With Case-IH Agriculture

As the result of a partnership between the California Farm Bureau Federation and international agricultural equipment maker Case-IH, Farm Bureau members in California are now eligible for a discount on agricultural equipment.

Depending on the tractor or implement acquired, farmers and ranchers can save between $300 and $500 on Case-IH equipment, including Farmall Compact tractors, self-propelled windrowers, large square balers, round balers, disk mower conditioners and more.

"Farmers and ranchers rely on their equipment day in and day out to help get the job done on the farm," said California Farm Bureau Federation President Paul Wenger. "Our partnership with Case-IH is a valuable one, because it helps our members acquire high-quality equipment that will be used for years to come, and encourages farming families to work through their local Case-IH dealerships and support California businesses."

There is no limit to the number of discounts that a Farm Bureau member may use, as long as it's no more than one per unit acquired. Case-IH encourages farmers to negotiate the best deal with their preferred Case-IH dealer and then add the manufacturer's incentive discount to the bottom line.

To qualify, Farm Bureau members must present a Membership Verification Certificate to the Case-IH dealer in advance of product delivery. Members should visit

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