Agriculture

John Deere 5M Series Tractors: Redefined for Productivity

June 9, 2021

To cater to customers seeking new technology and transmission options, John Deere has revamped its lineup of 5M Series Tractors. Enhanced features and capabilities have been added to meet the demands of hay, livestock, and commercial customers.

“Now, John Deere makes the PowrQuad transmissions available on the 5090M, 5100M, 5115M cab versions and includes it in base equipment on the newly added 125-horsepower 5125M, which is only available with a cab. PowrQuad transmissions make it easy for operators to find the right speed with clutchless, push-button shifting between gears, allowing them to focus on their work,” said Greg Christensen, marketing manager for John Deere.

Exploring the Features of John Deere Electronic Solutions Displays

June 2, 2021

John Deere offers a wide array of electronic display solutions to help customers get the job done out in the field, and the company never cuts corners when it comes to quality. For this reason, customers can rest assured that they’re always getting the best value for their dollar, especially when it comes to the company’s technology offerings. With John Deere Electronic Solutions displays, the possibilities on the worksite are endless.

How to Use a Fork Grapple Attachment on a Tractor

May 26, 2021

If you have a large plot of land, there’s a good chance that you have an ample amount of brush and other materials to clean up to keep everything in working order. John Deere has a fork grapple attachment for tractors that can help with that specific job. Whether you’re going to be handling a small amount of material or an abundance of brush, the fork grapple attachment can help you clear out the space you need.

Let’s take a look at the steps you can take to use a fork grapple attachment on your Deere tractor.

John Deere Planters: History, Machines & Tips for Spring

May 14, 2021

As crop planting and seeding season swings into full force, growers have unique needs when it comes to planting technology and parts. It is crucial to think about a variety of techniques each and every planting season. To better understand how planting equipment got to where it is today, we’ve put together a timeline that highlights crucial moments in John Deere planter history, while also featuring some producers that are using their John Deere planters to make the most out of the 2021 planting season.

John Deere 768L-II Bogie Skidder: Features & Specs

May 12, 2021

John Deere has rolled out its new six-wheel 768L-II Bogie Skidder to accommodate customers working in rough, wet conditions on a regular basis. With its features, this machine is capable of boosting productivity, performance, and comfort for operators, regardless of the terrain. Best of all, it packs an ample amount of horsepower, giving customers what they need to get the job done without any hang-ups along the way.

Let’s take a look at some of the features of the John Deere 768L-II Bogie Skidder and how it can begin helping you with your specific tasks.

Enjoy Precise Applications with John Deere 400 and 600 Series Sprayers

March 17, 2021

Deere has introduced the John Deere 400 and 600 Series Sprayers to meet the evolving demands of farmers who require more operator comfort, high-quality application, and the most machine uptime possible. The John Deere 400 Series will include the 408R, 410R, and 412R, while the John Deere 600 Series will include the 612R and 616R.

“Each sprayer features a new, larger cab with your choice of three comfort and convenience packages available to fit a variety of needs,” Joel Basinger, marketing manager for John Deere said. “The 400 and 600 Series Sprayers turn technology into application quality and enhance machine uptime for customers.”

20 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About John Deere Diesel Engines

February 22, 2021

John Deere & Company has a long history of providing quality diesel engines to its customers, from its first in 1949 to today’s Tier 4 PowerTech engine. Throughout this period of time, there have been several exciting developments that have helped shape not just the evolution of diesel engines, but also John Deere history as a whole. Let’s take a look at 20 interesting facts that you may not know about John Deere diesel engines!

Fun Facts About John Deere Diesel Engines

  1. Since 1949, Deere has designed and manufactured diesel engines.

What Is a Rotary Tiller and How Is It Used in Gardening?

February 18, 2021

Whether you are replanting your garden from last year, or have decided to put in a new garden, a rotary tiller is ideal to get that seedbed tilled into the perfect texture for planting. Let’s take a look at what a rotary tiller is and what it can be used for.

What is a Rotary Tiller?

A rotary tiller, which is also known as a rototiller, power tiller, rotavator, rotary hoe, or rotary plow, is a motorized cultivator. It works the soil by means of rotating tines or blades, and is either self propelled or drawn as an attachment behind either a two-wheel tractor or four-wheel tractor. A rotary tiller is an implement that utilizes its set of curved tines that are attached to a rotating shaft to dig into soil and turn it into a seedbed that’s ready for planting.

Achieve Higher Yields This Spring Planting Season with John Deere

February 15, 2021

As spring draws closer, farmers across the country are in the midst of preparing for their next planting season. Despite cold weather and, for many, the ongoing presence of snow, producers know that as soon as the climate allows for it, they will need to be out in their fields day in and day out to achieve high yields. Before heading out to the fields, however, farmers must first take certain factors into consideration, such as the crops they are going to plant, when they can actually sow their fields, and – critically – what planting equipment they are going to use. 

An Inside Look at the John Deere Harvester Works Combine Factory in East Moline, IL

February 10, 2021

John Deere is a leading manufacturer in advanced products and services in the agriculture, lawn and turf care, forestry, and construction industries. Since it was founded in 1837, John Deere has continued to extend its heritage of integrity, quality, commitment, and innovation worldwide.

John Deere Harvester Works, which has approximately 2,400 employees, exports their vehicles to over 35 countries. Currently they manufacture four models in its 70 series lineup, in addition to a complete line of front-end equipment.. Let’s take a look at more information on John Deere Harvester Works, and what it provides to its visitors.