John Deere Forestry

Maximizing Equipment Longevity with the John Deere Undercarriage Inspection App

February 6, 2018

Construction and forestry equipment operators are often times taking on tough projects on an even tougher terrain. As a result, the undercarriage of the equipment can go through a lot of wear and tear, making regular inspections necessary for optimizing machine performance day in and day out.

With John Deere’s Undercarriage Inspection mobile application, construction and forestry equipment operators can more confidently perform an undercarriage inspection and manage inspections for the entire fleet of machines.

Undercarriage Inspection

Let’s take a closer look at this mobile app and learn more about how it can help equipment and fleet owners better manage undercarriage inspections.

Key Moments in John Deere’s Forestry Equipment History

September 21, 2015

For more than 175 years, John Deere has been producing equipment built on its values of integrity, quality, commitment, and innovation. While the company’s roots lie within agriculture, it has solidified its place in a number of other industries as well, including forestry.

Forestry History

The development of forestry machines only began in the early 1900s, and John Deere was there right from the start, beginning production just before 1950. Let’s take a look at some of the critical moments in time that have helped lead John Deere to its current position in the forestry equipment market.

Exploring the John Deere Emissions Journey

May 18, 2015

When the John Deere engineering team gets to work, they strive towards production with integrity. Deere’s machines are built from the ground up as a complete solution for their intended use, which is why they design their machines as a complete vehicle. Many of their machines feature their own engine, drivetrain, hydraulics, cooling system, and more, allowing components to work together because they were designed together.

John Deere Emissions

With decades of experience in the off-highway diesel engine business, Deere is always researching and developing construction and forestry engines that meet strict emissions standards.

The Deep-Rooted History of John Deere Industrial Equipment

March 19, 2015

John Deere and Company’s legacy is built on more than 175 years of superior products and groundbreaking solutions. Founded in 1837, the company never forgets a statement from John Deere himself; “I will never put my name on a product that doesn’t have in it the best that is in me.”

john deere industrial

Along this journey, there have been many noteworthy company milestones and game-changing innovations, including within the John Deere Industrial Equipment line. For this reason, we thought it would be fascinating to take a look at the deep-rooted history of John Deere industrial equipment with an overview of two exciting videos. So, let’s jump right into it!

Meet the M-Series: The Latest John Deere Tracked Harvester and Feller Buncher Options

January 12, 2015

John Deere has recently announced their next generation of forestry equipment; the M-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and Tracked Harvesters, which were designed based on hundreds of hours of input from loggers around the world.

M-Series Main

A new boom design, improved cab visibility and operation station, and upgraded serviceability are just a few reasons why this new lineup has been dubbed as a “game changer” within the forestry industry. Let’s take a more in-depth look at some of the features found within these new models.

Rapid Cycle System

RCS

Take on Miles of Timber with John Deere ForestSight

October 8, 2014

In July of 2014, John Deere ForestSight hit the market, integrating a full suite of technology data and solutions to help loggers better manage their equipment and operations. With this, loggers can save time and money while having a longer lasting line up of forestry machinery.

John Deere ForestSight

We’re here to explain some of the key benefits that you can obtain from using this product and hopefully provide you with a much better understanding of the advanced technology incorporated in it. Let’s jump right into the details.

Why John Deere ForestSight?

Image Gallery: 25 Head-Turning John Deere Machines at Work

September 18, 2014

When thinking about John Deere, most people’s minds go directly to the corn fields, with an iconic green and yellow machine plowing its way through the maize. In reality, Deere offers products across a wide range of industries including forestry, construction, residential, and much more.

Wheeled Forestry Harvester

Forestry equipment is often shielded by thick, tree-lined landscapes, construction equipment is likely hard to get up-close and personal with for safety reasons, and agricultural equipment is likely only seen where there are fields to roam. As a result, when some of these John Deere machines are in the public eye, they have a tendency to turn heads.

Image Gallery: 15 John Deere Forestry Harvester Action Shots

August 15, 2013

The John Deere Construction and Forestry Division was developed in the 1950’s and has since been producing some of the finest pieces of equipment in the forestry industry. Deere forestry harvesters are integral in the process of removing trees, delimbing them, and slicing them into precisely measured logs.John Deere forestry harvesters come in many shapes and sizes, conquering the toughest terrain in the forest on wheels or tracks to get the job done day or night, through rain, sleet, snow, or sunshine.