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Plant Tours 

Get a behind-the scene look at what it takes to bring your favorite red equipment to life.
 
Watch your favorite red equipment come to life at our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities.
 
RACINE MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS
The Racine, WI manufacturing facility is home to the Case IH Magnum Series tractors. Transmissions for the Axial-Flow Combines, Cotton Express Cotton Pickers, as well as axles and valves for Case IH Steiger Series 4WD tractors are also home to the Racine plant.
 
Address:
2701 Oakes Road
Sturtevant, WI  53177
 
Directions:
From I-94, exit Hwy 11 (exit 335) in Racine. Head east on Hwy 11 and turn left on Oakes Road. The Racine Plant will be on your right. Please use the right lane to enter the facility. You must stop and sign in by the guard.
 
To schedule a tour, please call 262-636-7273. Tours of the Racine Plant last approximately 2.5 hours and are scheduled by appointment only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at no cost starting at 9:00 AM (subject to change). We require a 48 hour notice to schedule an appointment for a tour. Groups up to 55 people can be accommodated. After the tour, visitors will have an opportunity to visit the company store to purchase Case IH merchandise.
 
Important Visitor Guidelines:
  1. Individuals must be 14 years of age to tour the facility.
  2. No photography or video camera are allowed during the tour.
  3. Cell phones are not to be used during the tour.
  4. Closed-toe, low-heeled shoes are required.
  5. A valid ID must be shown to enter the facility.
  6. Safety is important to us. At all times, visitors must wear safety glasses with side shields and stay within the designated aisles. You must stay with the group and the tour guide during the tour.
  7. If you have any disability-related needs or health-related concerns, please advise your tour guide so your needs can be properly met.

GRAND ISLAND NEBRASKA OPERATIONS

The Grand Island, NE manufacturing facility is home to the Case IH Axial-Flow Combines. Several types of Hay & Forage equipment are also manufactured at this Grand Island facility.
 
Address:
3445 West Stolley Park Road
Grand Island, NE  68802
 
To schedule a plant tour, please contact Charlene at 308-389-5758. Tours will be scheduled twice daily, Monday through Friday. The first tour starts at 9:00 AM. Second tour starts at 1:00 pm. All tours must be scheduled in advance and are offered at no cost. Large group tours must be scheduled 30 days in advance.
 
Important Visitor Guidelines:
  1. Individuals must be 12 years of age to tour the facility.
  2. No photography or video cameras are allowed during the tour.
  3. Cell phones are not to be used during the tour.
  4. Closed-toe, low-heeled shoes are required.
  5. Approved safety glasses with side shields must be worn at all times while on the manufacturing floor.
  6. Visitors will be asked to wear our yellow safety vests.
  7. If you have any disability-related needs or health-related concerns, please advise your tour guide so your needs can be properly met. There are sources of electromagnetic fields which may interfere with some medical devices, such as pacemakers. Please advise your tour guide so you can be directed around these areas accordingly.
  8. Restricted areas are strictly prohibited to visitors. Visitors must remain with their tour guide at all times.
  9. Please give the right of way to Lift Trucks and other production vehicles.

FARGO MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS

Founded by the Steiger Brothers in the 1960s, the Fargo, ND manufacturing facility produces Case IH Steiger series 4 wheel drive tractors, wheel loaders and bidirectional equipment. 

 
Address:
3401 1st Avenue
Fargo, ND 58108
 
Directions:
Take I-29 to Main Avenue Exit. Take 36th Street (frontage road) and then take a right onto 1st Avenue. Go to the main building and check-in at the front desk
 
To schedule a tour, please contact Jan Elton at 701-293-4400. Tours of the Fargo Manufacturing facility are offered at no cost Monday through Thursday by appointment. Group tours are also available. Tours last approximately 1.5 hours. Visitors will have an opportunity to visit the gift shop after the tour.
 
Important Visitor Guidelines:
  1. Individuals must be 14 years of age to tour the facility.
  2. No photography or video camera are allowed during the tour.
  3. Cell phones are not to be used during the tour.
  4. Long pants and closed-toe, low-heeled shoes are required.
  5. If you have any disability-related needs or health-related concerns, please advise your tour guide so your needs can be properly met. The facility is wheelchair accessible.