Tractors

Highlighting John Deere Announcements From Throughout 2020

December 15, 2020

Since John Deere himself introduced the steel plow in 1837, the company has not slowed down in its quest to deliver its customers top-of-the-line equipment that is designed to make their lives easier. From combines to lawn tractors and everything in between, John Deere knows that quality equipment is the key to success in both small-scale and commercial operations. However, throughout the years, John Deere has not only proven itself to be a leader in innovation, but also one in sustainability and philanthropy. And despite the year posing several challenges, 2020 was no exception in this strive towards excellence. 

Cold Weather Tips for Equipment, Attachments & Parts

November 17, 2020

The winter season can be hard on your machines, their engines, and their batteries. When you need your snow equipment, there is usually heavy snow and sleet, meaning it is necessary for your equipment to start the second you need it. Similarly, you don’t want to start off spring with equipment that doesn’t start. Let’s take a look at winter equipment, how to winterize your machines, and how to maintain parts of these machines so you can keep them running and starting all year long.

The Essential John Deere Equipment Needed to Get You Through the Winter

John Deere 8R Tractors Recognized for Innovativeness and Sustainability

October 14, 2020

John Deere is all about delivering excellence through the equipment it produces. Now, its 8R Tractors are gaining the recognition they deserve for the features that make them the right choice for Deere customers across the country. Recently, Deere announced that its 8R Tractors won three awards for the role they play in the agricultural industry: The Red Dot Design Award; the 2020 iF Design Award (Discipline: Product); and a Sustainability Award from the Business Intelligence Group.

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.

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.

Highlighting Features of the New John Deere 7R 350 Tractor

July 22, 2020

To cater to customers looking for new equipment that packs a punch in terms of horsepower, John Deere has not only updated its lineup of 7R and 8R Tractors for the 2021 model year, but it has also added the 7R 350 to round out the bunch. The 7R 350 has 350 rated engine horsepower, which is a 20 horsepower increase over the largest model year 2020 7R Tractor. It also has a base weight of 24,700 pounds and offers the best power-to-weight ratio of any John Deere tractor on the market.

Cutting Down Chore Lists with John Deere Compact Utility Tractors

June 12, 2020

Since entering the agricultural industry in 1837 with the invention of the steel plow, John Deere has strived towards making the lives of its customers easier. This has meant offering a variety of equipment that covers a wide range of industries and use cases, from construction to forestry to residential needs. Knowing that customers’ priorities are constantly shifting, John Deere has worked to deliver the versatility these individuals need in the equipment it manufactures. This is where the company’s range of compact utility tractors comes into play.

Exploring What the John Deere Compact Tractor Lineup Has to Offer

May 27, 2020

When you’re on a hunt for a compact tractor, you know John Deere has you covered. With its extensive line of compact tractors, you’ll have a wide array of options to choose from, whether you’re looking for strength, versatility, or all of the above. Let’s take a look at the John Deere compact tractor lineup and how it can help you tackle your to-do list day in and day out.

Video Gallery: Maintain the Track Belt on Your John Deere Track Tractor

May 13, 2020

Maintaining your John Deere equipment is essential to ensure it lasts for years to come. If you own a track tractor, the track belt might be one thing you have to mind along the way. Preconditioning new track belts can help you get more out of your John Deere track tractor over time, but what about routine maintenance? Here are a few video overviews of how to maintain the track belt and keep your machinery in working order.

Maximizing Track Belt Life – Part 1

Breaking Down the Capabilities of the John Deere 4M Heavy-Duty Tractors

February 26, 2020

To meet the latest demands from producers who need more versatile utility tractors, John Deere has rolled out its 4M Heavy-Duty Tractors. The 4052M HD and 4066M HD are both designed to help customers seeking a more compact machine that can still deliver an ample amount of power.

“The 4M Heavy-Duty tractor was designed with versatility and ease of use in mind. With this unit we had three main objectives – increase visibility, provide industry-leading maneuverability and reduce downtime related to changing attachments,” said DeMark Cole, product marketing manager at John Deere. “With this tractor, we’ve achieved all of these objectives and we look forward to getting our customers in the seats.”