Agriculture

Twitter Fan #Plant20 Media Gallery: John Deere Planting Equipment in Action

April 6, 2020

It’s that time of year again – the 2020 planting season is finally here! After dealing with a particularly rainy winter, farmers across the country have been rearing to get their John Deere planting equipment out of storage and enjoy some time out in the field. From planters to air drills and seeders, our fans know that with John Deere on their side, there’s no doubt that #plant20 will be a success.

We searched across Twitter for images and videos that we felt best represented how John Deere planting equipment ensures maximum productivity throughout this season.  We wanted to recognize those who took the time to capture these images and videos in order to showcase what this equipment can really do.

John Deere History: The Production & Evolution of Machines by Industry

March 17, 2020

John Deere has a rich 175-year history of machinery production which covers a range of industries, including agriculture and construction, and serves both commercial and residential purposes. Let’s dig deeper and explore details about the production of these industry-specific machines, as well as more details about the different product lines currently offered. 

A Brief History of the John Deere Organization

Many critical moments in John Deere history date all the way back to 1837. In the beginning, John Deere was a blacksmith in Grand Detour, IL who wanted to make farmers’ jobs easier. Fast forward over 180 years, and his company is still manufacturing all kinds of equipment with the same purpose in mind – to help customers, especially farmers, be as productive as possible. 

How the John Deere 1745 Planter Enables Maximum Productivity

March 4, 2020

To cater to customers who want a planter that can be quickly folded for transport, John Deere has rolled out the new 1745 MaxEmerge™ 5 Planter. This piece of equipment is specially designed for corn and soybean producers who are seeking a split-row configuration. Additionally, its simple design means it’s compatible with older tractors (95 drawbar horsepower) and up.

How to Start a Cold Diesel Engine in the Winter

February 13, 2020

For those planning to work throughout the winter months, it’s essential to learn how to start a cold diesel engine. Doing so is essential to keeping your engine in working order for seasons to come. For many, however, this can be difficult.

How to Start a Cold Diesel Engine in Winter

The top two reasons why individuals typically encounter difficulties with cold diesel engines are gelled fuel and electrical failure. So, before facing dropping temperatures, cold diesel engine-powered machinery must be properly maintained. With this in mind, here are six tips for starting a diesel in cold weather and maintaining your equipment over time.

How John Deere Combine Advisor Improves Harvest Operations

February 5, 2020

When you’re hard at work, the last thing you want to worry about is grain loss and poor grain quality. Unsurprisingly, John Deere has a solution to help producers manage this potential challenge – Combine Advisor™. This piece of technology is designed to bring more automation to harvesting and give you one less thing to worry about on the job. By eliminating some of the need to make manual adjustments on the fly, Combine Advisor helps boost the effectiveness of John Deere machinery. Let’s take a look at some of its features and how it can improve your operations.

Visit John Deere at These 5 Trade Shows This Winter

January 22, 2020

For many, the cold weather and less than ideal weather conditions brought on by winter mean staying inside, which can bring about a sense of boredom. This doesn’t have to be the case for John Deere enthusiasts, though! This winter, the company will be attending a number of trade shows to demonstrate a range of equipment and technologies. In fact, this season of trade shows kicked off in early January when the company attended CES 2020 in Las Vegas, NV.

Tips for Effectively Preparing for the Upcoming Planting Season

January 20, 2020

Farmers everywhere know that in order to maximize yields, they must take the necessary steps before the planting season begins. While it can depend on weather conditions, it is typically best if crops like corn or soybeans are planted between April 15 and May 15. Every farmer is different, with each practicing various techniques to get their land where it needs to be for the current season and for seasons to come.

Before taking action, farmers should plan their next move carefully to ensure they are getting the most out of their field. Let’s take a look at some tips and considerations for how to effectively prepare for the planting season and achieve a successful harvest.

How Does An Air Seeder Work? Breaking Down the Process Step by Step

December 23, 2019

When you’re on the hunt for an air seeder that will take care of all of your seeding needs, you know you can turn to John Deere for the right piece of equipment. But what does an air seeder do? How is it different from your standard everyday planter? The fact of the matter is that there are many key differences, and air seeders from John Deere have several special features that make them reliable, efficient machines to have on the farm.

Twitter Fan #Harvest19 Media Gallery: John Deere Harvest Equipment in Action

December 9, 2019

While #Harvest19 posed several challenges, farmers across the country still put in the work day in and day out to get the most out of their fields. Despite facing some obstacles, primarily due to less than ideal weather, John Deere harvest equipment was there to help farmers ensure the best possible harvest season. From corn heads to combines, this equipment played a key role in making #Harvest19 one to remember.

We searched across Twitter for images and videos that we felt best represented how John Deere harvest equipment ensures maximum productivity throughout this season.  We wanted to recognize those who took the time to capture these images and videos in order to showcase what this equipment can really do.

Taking a Closer Look at Frontier Equipment for Livestock and Equine

October 29, 2019

When you need new equipment for livestock and equine purposes, you know that you can turn to Deere to find the right machinery. There is a range Frontier™ equipment that can help with all things livestock and equine around your property, whether you need a mounted sprayer or a manure fork. Let’s take a look at some of these machines and attachments, and closely examine how they can help you out in the field.