Case IH is proud to introduce another member of the Case IH Axial-Flow 100 Owner Club. Arlynn Johnson of Evansville, Minn., bought his 100th Case IH combine on January 27. The former John Deere dealership owner bought his first combine 32 years ago. Now, he and his sons, Brent, Shawn and Lance run eight combines harvesting wheat, canola, peas, barley, soybeans, corn and other grains.

The productivity and reliability of the Case IH combines are what keep the Johnsons coming back. They purchase six new combines each year and drive each for about 1,000 hours per year.  The machine’s simplicity allows them to easily train new employees and reduces maintenance.

Arlynn has been farming as long as he can remember. He bought his first threshing machine in 1951 and formed Johnson Harvesting in 1960. In 1980, Brent was introduced to an International Axial Flow rotary combine and the family has “bled red” ever since.

Brent and his wife, Deb, farm on their own now, but he still owns a part of the combines. Shawn and Lance help operate the farm and Lance’s three sons (Trey, Ty and Tanner) help drive the combines. Johnson Harvesting is the newest operation to be members of the Axial-Flow 100 Owner Club, which Case IH introduced in 2007.



Arlynn Johnson of Evansville, Minnesota.