How to Improve Grain Loss With Your John Deere S-Series Combine

August 30, 2018

With your S-Series combine from John Deere, it’s possible to reduce grain loss in a short amount of time. Doing so can ultimately help you make the most of your efforts and improve yield.

John Deere Combine

Let’s take a look at how you can potentially reduce grain loss with your John Deere S-Series combine on the job.

  • Make sure you understand all safety decals according to the operator’s manual before you begin.
  • Disengage the header and separator when parking and leaving the machine. Move the multifunctional lever to neutral, and apply the parking brake. Shut off the machine, remove the key, and lock the cab.

Tackling Tough Jobs with John Deere TK Series Bucket Teeth

August 29, 2018

With John Deere TK Series Bucket Teeth, operators can handle a range of tasks by simply replacing the attachment based on which is right for the job. Designed for maximum absorption and strength, this bucket tooth technology ensures that once teeth are secured, they are not moving until you want them to. When taking on a job that calls for a different tooth shape, operators can make the switch with a socket wrench, no hammers or pry bars required.

John Deere TK Series Bucket Teeth

Let’s take a look at six different John Deere TK Series Bucket Teeth styles and what they are designed to handle.

Class is in Session: John Deere Backpacks and School Supplies

August 27, 2018

With a new school year just around the corner, there’s no better time to stock up on John Deere supplies for upcoming classes. Whether your little one needs a John Deere backpack or a water bottle, there are several different options to choose from before the school year begins.

Let’s take a look at some of the John Deere backpacks and school supplies you may want to consider for your kids as they get ready to head back to class.

Excavator Lunchbox

This grey lunchbox has a Deere excavator on the front, and it comes with yellow trim to give it a unique design.

Video Gallery: Reinforcing Core Values at the John Deere PEC

August 23, 2018

At the John Deere Product Engineering Center (PEC), more than 1600 employees from over 15 countries work together to develop tractors, engines, and other elements essential to creating great product lines. By adhering to the company’s four core values – quality, innovation, integrity, and commitment – John Deere PEC employees take a tremendous amount of pride in the work they do every day and understand the difference that it can make.

From engineers to visualization experts, the John Deere PEC promotes teamwork, with each individual having as much of a say as the last. Watch the video to learn how John Deere’s core values play out every day at this location, the company’s largest product engineering facility worldwide.

Answers to 7 Common John Deere Questions about Mowers

August 22, 2018

You may have plenty of questions about your John Deere mower once you bring it home, regardless of the number of mowers you’ve worked with in the past.

John Deere Mower

Let’s take a look at the answers to seven frequently asked questions about John Deere mowers.

How Should Fuel Be Stored?

If possible, try to keep reserve fuel stored inside to avoid temperature extremes. In addition, try to stay away from galvanized tanks, as diesel fuel may interact with zinc to form unstable compounds.

Twitter Fan Media Gallery: John Deere Ag Tractors and Attachments in Action

August 20, 2018

While working in the field, farmers everywhere know the importance of versatility and being able to accomplish a range of jobs as efficiently as possible. With John Deere ag tractors and attachments, operators are able to take on any task with ease, whether it be transporting hay bales or preparing the field for harvest. Our fans have captured the many ways in which this equipment can be utilized and have showcased the power of a Deere machine yet again.

An Overview of the John Deere Easy Change 30-Second Oil Change System

August 16, 2018

Maintaining your John Deere equipment is essential to ensuring that it’s operating smoothly for years to come. With this in mind, John Deere has a simple way to change oil with the Easy Change™ 30-Second Oil Change System. This system, which is available on select lawn tractors, allows customers to change oil by simply twisting on a new cartridge that contains both the oil and the filter – no engine oil drainage required.

A Look at the New Frontier Attachments for John Deere Utility Tractors

August 15, 2018

There are a number of features that come with John Deere utility tractors that can help you on the job. However, there are also several attachments that can be used to make the tasks at hand a bit easier. Whether you’re looking for a new bucket or root grapple, there is likely an attachment to suit your needs.

John Deere Utility Tractor Attachment

Let’s take a look at the latest Frontier attachments for John Deere compact utility tractors and how they can help you out in the field.

Exploring the Features Built into John Deere Cotton Technology

August 13, 2018

When it comes time for harvesting, John Deere cotton technology is unrivaled in its ease of use and efficiency within the field. Both the all-new CS690 Cotton Stripper and the CP690 Cotton Picker, updated to raise its predecessor’s speed by five percent, provide countless benefits in terms of time, fuel, and machine costs.

By utilizing John Deere cotton technology, operators will see an increase in productivity throughout the harvest season. Let’s take a closer look at some of the features that are built into this technology.

A Look Back: John Deere Waterloo Boy Tractor Restoration and History

August 9, 2018

The 100th anniversary of John Deere’s venture into the tractor business is this year, and it all started with the Waterloo Boy tractor. Today, John Deere Waterloo Boy tractor restoration is still practiced by history buffs across the country, but how did the story all begin?

  • Before Deere entered the tractor business, it needed to answer two key questions: what did farmers want from a machine, and how could Deere make a product durable enough to stand up to daily farming?