Case IH parts are designed for International Harvester brand equipment and include OEM parts and after-market accessories. Parts are made for equipment lines, such as combines, Farmall brand tractors, loaders, sugar cane harvesters, cotton pickers, spray systems, floaters, Scout utility vehicles, tillage equipment, mowers and balers.
The company of Case IH has influenced the farming industry since 1842. At that time, threshing machines were introduced in Racine, Wis. by Jerome Increase Case. Cyrus McCormick, who invented the mechanical reaper, founded the McCormick Harvester Company five years later in 1847. In 1902, the firm became International Harvester. In 1985, the Case Company became involved in the company's operations. Case IH is the second largest manufacturer of agricultural machinery in the United States.