Agriculture

Maximize Versatility with a Variety of John Deere Tractor Models

October 12, 2020

Across industries, companies and machine operators alike rely on John Deere to help them get the job done right. By offering a range of equipment, Deere has played a key role on construction sites, farms, golf courses, and more – demonstrating a sense of adaptability that has kept the company going for years. But even with all of the options available to customers today, there is one segment that has continued to stand out: John Deere tractor models. These machines are known for their versatility and are great for helping take on a range of tasks.

Twitter Fan #Harvest20 Media Gallery: John Deere Harvest Equipment

October 7, 2020

The time is finally here: #Harvest20. While farmers were faced with several unexpected challenges this year, they continued to put in the work needed to maximize yields during the planting season. And as they head back out into their fields, many are relying on John Deere harvest equipment to help end this agricultural cycle on a strong note. By employing Deere’s range of combines, including the new X Series models, corn heads, and windrowers, among others, farmers across the country will enjoy maximum productivity and minimum downtime.

15 Pieces of Frontier Hay Equipment for Boosting Efficiency

September 30, 2020

When you’re on the hunt for new hay and forage equipment to help you out in the field, you know you can rely on John Deere to provide you with all of the machinery you require. Whether you need a wheel rake or a bale wrapper, Deere has the piece you need to ultimately boost your efficiency.

Let’s take a look at 15 pieces of hay equipment you can consider as you shop to suit your needs.

Heavy-Duty Wheel Rake

Rake more hay in less time with this wheel rake, which has large, wind-panel rake wheels to gather hay quicker and more efficiently.

John Deere Zero Series Mower Conditioners for Improved Cut Quality

September 23, 2020

To cater to a wide range of customer needs, John Deere has updated and added to its Mower Conditioner lineup for the 2021 Model Year. The company’s Zero Series Mower Conditioners are designed for both commercial and non-commercial hay producers who are looking to better manage tight harvest windows. Zero Series Mower Conditioners can be ordered now, with deliveries starting in January 2021, and will replace all 600, 800, and 900 Series models. Available models include the side-pull S250, S300, and S350 machines, as well as the center-pivot C300, C350, C400, C450, and C500 Mower Conditioners.

John Deere Compact Tractors: Uses, Attachments & Models

September 11, 2020

Compact tractors are designed to tackle a variety of jobs, both in a professional and residential setting. Whether you are looking to tackle small projects around the farm or overhaul your residential yard, there are models and attachments to help you do it all. 

Let’s take a closer look at the uses of compact tractors, models, and attachments for these vehicles.  

History of Used Compact Tractors

As the tractor business began bustling, John Deere entered the industry in 1918 and has been working to offer their customers top of the line equipment ever since. Here’s a look back at a timeline of some of the most well-known tractor models that have contributed to this industry.

Going Behind the Scenes of John Deere Waterloo Works

August 19, 2020

John Deere has always been a leader within the agricultural industry, with tractors being one of its specialties. This is in part due to Deere’s acquisition of the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company back in 1918, which helped lay the groundwork for the development of its first all-wheel-drive tractor model. However, the tractor was still an advanced concept when Deere initially acquired Waterloo, meaning there would be a learning curve that the company needed to surpass in order to succeed.

Helping Farmers Achieve a Successful Harvest Season This Fall

August 17, 2020

As the end of summer nears, farmers across the country are getting ready for their annual harvest, specifically in regard to corn and soybeans. While this time of year can be exciting, it also brings about a seemingly endless to-do list that can be thrown off by even the smallest bump in the road. Despite potential hiccups or less than ideal weather conditions, though, it is important that farmers remain vigilant in their goal of achieving a successful harvest season. 

To get the most out of this season, while also laying the groundwork for the next crop season, farmers should take certain factors into consideration. 

Farmers Share Their Thoughts on the New John Deere X Series Combines

July 29, 2020

To cater to large-scale producers, John Deere has announced that it is adding two new models of X Series Combines to its 2021 harvesting lineup. The X9 1000 and X9 1100 Combines are both designed to thresh, separate, and clean more bushels per hour in tough conditions. In turn, this means less downtime and a boost in productivity for operators out in the field. Now, farmers are sharing their firsthand accounts of what it’s like to have the new X Series Combines and front-end equipment at their disposal.

Exploring the New Combine Header Lineup from John Deere

July 15, 2020

John Deere knows that in order to take on a long workday, producers need reliable equipment that is designed to help cross off every task on their to-do list. With this in mind, the company has revamped its entire combine header lineup to include HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers, RDF HydraFlex™ Drapers, CR and CF Corn Heads, and a BP15 Belt Pickup. Ultimately, the goal is to provide customers with the machinery they need to achieve maximum harvesting capacity while minimizing grain loss under any condition.

Improve Harvesting Results with the New John Deere X Series Combines

June 22, 2020

When it comes to threshing, separating, and cleaning more bushels per hour, large-scale producers know that reliable machinery is the key to success out in the field. With this in mind, John Deere has announced that it will welcome two new X Series Combines to its 2021 harvesting lineup. The new X9 1000 and X9 1100 Combines not only increase harvesting performance but also simplify everyday tasks during the workday.

Let’s take a closer look at the capabilities and design features that make these new John Deere X Series Combines perfect for those jobs that require maximum efficiency, even when conditions are less than ideal.