Maintaining Orchards and Vineyards with the John Deere 5075GL

June 20, 2018

For vineyard and orchard growers who want a reliable machine that can take on a wide array of tasks, the John Deere 5075GL could be the answer. This specialty tractor has 75 engine horsepower, giving it plenty of power to pull flail mowers, rotary cutters, and everything in between.

“This is a great addition to the John Deere high-value crop tractor lineup,” says Justin Cherry, marketing manager for John Deere specialty tractors. “The small stature of the 5075GL helps growers harvest their crop with less damage to trees, vines and fruit, enabling higher yields and a larger return on their investment.”

John Deere 5075GL

The size of the specialty tractor makes it ideal for maintaining crop, orchards, and vineyards throughout the entire year. Let’s take a look at some of the key features of this machine and how it can help you out in the field.

Heavy-Duty Weight

The heavier gross vehicle weight means that there is more downforce to keep implements in the ground while they are in use. In addition, heavier equipment also translates into improved traction and overall performance out in the field.

Excellent Serviceability

The easy-to-reach access points make serviceability a breeze with the John Deere 5075GL. The tractor is also equipped with onboard self-diagnostic capabilities to give operators insight into the inner workings of the machine while it’s in use. All items in the daily service schedule can be performed without the use of tools as well.

Versatile Rear Hitch

The heavy-duty 3-point hitch design on the John Deere 5075GL provides a maximum lift of 5,710 pounds at the ball ends. An optional additional lift cylinder is also available, which increases the lift capacity by 1,124 pounds at the ball ends. Hooking up implements is quick and easy with the standard Category 2 3-point hitch on the John Deere 5075GL.

Hydraulic Performance

The hydraulic system uses precise steering without diverting oil flow from selective control valves. It also makes for easy power steering with heavy loads on the front of the John Deere 5075GL, and it supplies an ample amount of power to run hydraulic motors.

Transmission

The PowrReverser transmission of the John Deere 5075GL comes standard with 24 forward and 12 reverse options for operators. Users can travel up to 24.9 miles per hour while transporting material with the tractor.

If you have any questions about the John Deere 5075GL or its features, you can contact your local John Deere dealer.

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