Deere Customers

Video Gallery: The Updated John Deere T670 Combine in Action

June 30, 2016

On June 1, 2016, John Deere announced some significant updates to the 2017 line of T670 Combines that aim to increase productivity and reduce maintenance. Not only are these changes expected to help increase grain harvesting productivity and efficiency, but they will also help farmers achieve better grain and straw quality.

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For this reason, we wanted to provide a brief overview of the new John Deere T670 Combine to highlight which features we are most excited about. Let’s dive right into some videos!

The New John Deere T670 Combine

Spraying Accurately with John Deere AutoTrac Vision and AutoTrac RowSense

June 27, 2016

Once crops have been planted and emergence begins, producers move on to spraying, with an eye towards a healthy yield come harvest season. However, without machine guidance solutions, producers may struggle with challenging terrain, drift, or irregular planting patterns.

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Thanks to John Deere’s new AutoTrac™ Vision and AutoTrac RowSense™ solutions, these challenges can be overcome and spraying equipment will be able to track with increased accuracy between crop rows.

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AutoTrac Vision

John Deere in Action: Concrete Results No Matter What Size Machine

June 23, 2016

We love hearing stories from John Deere customers across every industry, especially with all of the motivational construction stories out there. For construction equipment users, sharing challenges and experiences can help create a truly competitive advantage.

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For this reason, we wanted to share some recent stories from construction equipment customers who share how they successfully use John Deere equipment to run their companies.

These videos provide concrete examples of how business owners and operators use everything from small to big machines to tackle their daily tasks more efficiently. Enjoy!

Bagging vs. Mulching: What’s the Difference?

June 20, 2016

When doing work on the yard, the end goal is clear: a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing lawn. However, many homeowners are faced with the bagging vs. mulching conundrum when it comes to determining what to do with the clippings that have been cut by the mower.

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At the simplest level, bagging is the process of collecting clippings within a bagging system and then disposing them in an appropriate location (compost bin, container, etc.). On the other hand, mulching is the term used to define the process of cutting grass and leaving the clippings behind in the yard, where they will decompose as time passes.

How to Use John Deere Frontier Equipment to Conquer a Variety of Jobs (Video Gallery)

June 16, 2016

Frontier offers more than 600 implements that are designed to work as hard as those in control. When paired with John Deere equipment, these implements can help with virtually any task around the property you may encounter.

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In this video gallery, we’ve pulled together four tutorial videos that cover the following tasks:

  • Manure spreading
  • Mowing with a grooming mower
  • Aerating, fertilizing, and overseeding
  • Building a rail fence

How to Use a Manure Spreader

Simplifying Equipment Servicing with the John Deere MyMaintenance App

June 6, 2016

Let’s face it, maintaining equipment and performing repairs can be a hindrance to productivity on the job site. This can be especially challenging when you’re a construction manager with many pieces of equipment running at once, all needing attention at different times. With this challenge in mind, John Deere recently unveiled its MyMaintenance mobile application.

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The app is specifically designed and set up to take John Deere construction equipment preventative maintenance and servicing to the next level. Let’s take a closer look at some of the features that allow it to do just that.

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Twitter Gallery: 35 John Deere #Plant16 Fan Photos and Videos

June 2, 2016

Each year, farmers and growers patiently wait for the start of planting season, excited to plant grains that will eventually feed the country and world. This too, is one of our favorite times of the year.

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Why? Not only because it’s critical to sustaining agriculture, but also because of the overwhelming amount of photos that are taken by crop farmers and shared on social media. Thousands of eye-catching images were shared on Twitter with the hashtag #Plant16 this year, showing all of the hard work that went into this planting season.

Getting the Most out of John Deere Agriculture Data (Webinar Recap)

May 26, 2016

It’s essential that growers not only know how to collect agriculture data, but also understand how to apply it to their daily operations. John Deere recently collaborated with Farm Progress to help farmers get the most out of their harvesting data.

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A webinar was hosted by Farm Progress with key insights from experts representing The Ohio State University and John Deere:

  • John Fulton, Assistant Professor at Ohio State University
  • Tyler Hogrefe, Senior Technical Product Manager at John Deere
  • Willie Vogt, Executive Director at Farms Progress (Webinar Host)

Webinar: Harvesting Data

Buying a Small Tractor: 8 Questions to Answer

May 18, 2016

When thinking about John Deere equipment, many of our minds run straight to farms with hundreds of acres being worked on by massive machines. However, while these types of machines might make you the talk of town at your home or ranch, they might not always be the most practical answer for your needs. This is where John Deere’s small tractor options come in.

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Like making any other investment, it’s critical to understand what option best suits your needs. To help you narrow down the options and select the right model for you, we’ve outline eight questions you should answer prior to buying a small tractor (1 Family to 6D Series).

John Deere Customer Stories: Rewriting Forestry Business Rules

May 12, 2016

With loggers that don’t back down and equipment that won’t let them down, John Deere customers are working hard in the forest every day. Whether they own a forestry business or are in the midst of their forest operations career, there is a lot to be learned and shared.

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The John Deere forestry equipment line was designed with hundreds of hours of input from customers who live and breathe logging. Why? Because they know what works and what doesn’t. Now, it’s time to check back in with some John Deere customers to see how the forestry equipment is being used throughout daily operations.