Deere Mowers

Where the Equipment’s Made: John Deere Factory Locations in the United States

November 29, 2016

Whether you’re out on a farm, at a construction site, in the forest, or just in your neighborhood, there’s a good chance you’ll see some form of John Deere equipment. The equipment that you see does not all come from one location.

Instead, there are John Deere factory locations around the United States (and the world) that specialize and take pride in producing green and yellow machinery.

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So, where exactly is all of this John Deere equipment manufactured?

Here’s a list of John Deere factory locations in the United States that produce the majority of the equipment we see on an everyday basis.

Winter is Coming: 4 John Deere Weather Enclosure Options

November 21, 2016

With the heart of winter right around the corner, John Deere riding mower owners and operators are likely thinking about ways to transform their equipment from lawn maintenance machines to winter workhorses. Adding snow removal equipment to the mowers is an excellent way to remain productive 365 days a year, but how can operators better protect themselves from the elements? The answer just may be John Deere weather enclosures.

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John Deere offers a number of different weather enclosure options. Today, we will take a closer look at the following products:

  • Hard-Side Cab
  • Soft-Side Cab

John Deere D105 vs. D110: Which Lawn Tractor is Right for You?

November 9, 2016

There is a wide variety of lawn tractors to choose from in John Deere’s product line, and the John Deere D105 and D110 are both extremely versatile. These models come with everything from powerful engines to sturdy frames, so how can you choose between the two?

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Here is a breakdown of the John Deere D105 vs. D110 to help you decide on the best lawn tractor for your needs.

A John Deere X320 vs. X360 Comparison Guide for Tractor Customers

October 19, 2016

The John Deere X320 and X360 tractors are both ideal for mowing with the utmost control. However, there are slight differences between the models that may appeal to customers depending on their specific needs.

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For this reason, we have a John Deere X320 vs. X360 comparison to help you make a more informed purchasing decision.

Engine Power and Performance

When it comes to the John Deere X320 vs. X360, their engines have many similarities. Both tractors include 22-horsepower (16.4-kW) V-twin engines that are powered by the John Deere iTorque™ system. This means that they are designed for lugging, even cooling, and durability. The V-twin design ensures that the machine operates smoothly and starts easily, regardless of exterior conditions. Both the John Deere X320 and X360 have flywheel alternators with 15-amp capacities.

Examining the Key Features of the John Deere LX178

October 5, 2016

If you’re on the hunt for a mower with a balanced blend of technological features and durability, the John Deere LX178 could be right for you. This machine is designed to provide you with the comfort you’re looking for as you take on landscaping jobs throughout the season. It also has the engine power to handle various terrains and a frame that was created to last.

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Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of the John Deere LX178.

A Look at John Deere’s New 2032R, 2038R and 3025E Tractors

October 3, 2016

News out of Cary, North Carolina at the end of August sparked the interest of the John Deere community as new compact utility tractor models were added to the 2R and 3E Series. Each of the new models were based on customer feedback and are designed with a combination of power and comfort at top of mind.

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Let’s take a closer look at each of the three new compact utility tractor models and examine why they’re welcomed additions to their respective families.

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John Deere 2032R and 2038R

John Deere X758 vs. 1025R Tractor Comparison

September 26, 2016

Thanks to full-time four-wheel-drive and a host of other features, the John Deere X758 is a great option for handling property care tasks, even across rough terrain. Backed by fine-tuned engineering and many features of its own, the John Deere 1025R is also an effective piece of equipment for just about any project that can be encountered on a property.

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These two models are very popular among the Deere customer base and we’ve seen buyers and existing customers looking for information to understand what’s similar and different between the two. With this in mind, we’ve put together a John Deere X758 vs. 1025R model comparison. Let’s have a look:

Key Information About the John Deere 2305

September 21, 2016

The John Deere 2305 tractor is not only powerful, but compact and versatile. It comes standard with four-wheel drive, as well as power steering and a hydrostatic transmission, making it a great option for mowing and loader work.

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Let’s take a closer look at the some of the other key features.

TNV Series Engine

The TNV Series engine of the John Deere 2305 comes with three cylinders. It is powered by diesel, and the engine itself was developed to meet Tier II Environmental Protection Agency standards. This means that it has low levels of both exhaust and emissions, giving operators peace of mind as they work.

John Deere 3320 Attachments: 12 Items to Consider Adding

September 19, 2016

The John Deere 3320 has a 32.8 hp three-cylinder engine and can be paired with eHydro™ or PowrReverser™ transmission (PRT), making it a popular choice of equipment for commercial, residential, and agricultural workers. The 3320 can be used for tilling, snow blowing, small hay work, loading, and more, but none of this would be possible without attachments options.

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Here’s a list of some John Deere 3320 attachments that can be easily added to the equipment to simplify jobs of any kind.

Front Quik-Tatch™ Weights

These specialized weights can be added to the front-weight bracket (standard on the 3320) to counterbalance any attachments that are added to the back of the tractor.

John Deere Z425 vs. Z445 EZtrak Mower Comparison

September 6, 2016

Thanks to a solid frame design, big tires, well-placed controls, and high-quality mower decks, John Deere EZtrak™ Residential Zero-Turn-Radius Mowers provide property owners with a high-performing set of equipment that’s ready to take on large, level tracts of land.

Z425 vs Z445

The John Deere Z425 and Z445 are two very popular zero-turn models that offer many shared and differentiating quality features. Since they belong to the same family, we see many instances where property owners are looking for differences between the two models.

With these instances in mind, we’ve put together of list of key features and elements that define the similarities and differences when comparing the John Deere Z425 vs. Z445.