Agriculture

Taking a Closer Look at the New John Deere Forage Harvesters

September 10, 2018

The new John Deere Forage Harvesters are specifically designed to help operators boost efficiency without compromising on the quality of their harvest. The 9000 Series Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters churn out excellent silage quality that helps livestock producers improve their feeding efficiency, animal health and productivity.

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of the new 9600, 9700, 9800 and 9900 John Deere Forage Harvesters.

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.

Maintaining Orchards and Vineyards with the John Deere 5075GL

June 20, 2018

For vineyard and orchard growers who want a reliable machine that can take on a wide array of tasks, the John Deere 5075GL could be the answer. This specialty tractor has 75 engine horsepower, giving it plenty of power to pull flail mowers, rotary cutters, and everything in between.

“This is a great addition to the John Deere high-value crop tractor lineup,” says Justin Cherry, marketing manager for John Deere specialty tractors. “The small stature of the 5075GL helps growers harvest their crop with less damage to trees, vines and fruit, enabling higher yields and a larger return on their investment.”

Examining the Top Features of the John Deere 440E

June 18, 2018

When baling is on your to-do list, you want a baler that works quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, it’s important to have one that is designed to stand the test of time. For this reason, you may want to consider investing in the John Deere 440E. This round baler makes tight 4’x4’ bales and comes with exclusive DiamondTough™ triple weave belts.

John Deere 440E

Let’s take a look at some of the features of the John Deere 440E and how it can help you out in the field.

A Closer Look at the Highlights of the John Deere MX10

May 30, 2018

Rotary cutters may seem like they all have the same design, but the fact of the matter is that they have different features that can fit customers’ specific needs out in the field. The John Deere MX10 is one of those products, and it has several features that can enhance productivity while boosting efficiency for users.

John Deere MX10

Here’s a look at key highlights of the John Deere MX10 and what it can offer to equipment operators.

Frontier Landscape Equipment: Giving Your Property the Care it Deserves

May 29, 2018

Frontier™ landscape equipment can be added to John Deere tractors to boost productivity and efficiency while tackling jobs that will make your property the talk of the town.

Frontier Landscape Equipment

Let’s take a look at some of the attachments and add-ons operators can use with their Frontier landscape equipment.

Rear Blades

Rear blades can be easily adjusted for grading and leveling, whether operators are working in a gardening area or handling general landscaping.

Box Blades

Frontier box blades can level uneven ground and make grading tasks a breeze. The tailgate can be fixed or float, and shanks are easily replaceable.

Preparing for the Planting of Spring Crops with John Deere PlanterPlus

April 23, 2018

If you are tired of searching through your manuals for answers to common questions, such as how to set up your display for planting, the John Deere PlanterPlus app is here to solve your problems. This app is specifically designed to help you optimize the settings on your row unit and make the most of your time out in the field.

John Deere Planter

In this post, we will walk you through how to begin using the John Deere PlanterPlus app and show you some of the features you’ll be able to utilize.

How to Create a Tank Mix from the John Deere Operations Center

April 19, 2018

When operators are creating a tank mix, one easy way to complete the task is with the Operations Center from John Deere.

John Deere Operations Center

Here is how tank mixes can be created directly from the Operations Center quickly and efficiently.

  • Open Product Manager from your Tools menu in the Operations Center. This will open all current products in your organization.
  • There are two different methods for creating a tank mix. The first method involves selecting the products you want to include from the list and clicking the “Generate Tank Mix” button.

John Deere Engine History: A Production Timeline

April 9, 2018

John Deere has a long track record of creating top performing equipment for everything from construction to agricultural jobs. Behind every machine is a powerful engine, which is created to stand the test of time.

Let’s take a look at some key dates in John Deere’s engine history and rediscover where it all began.

1900

John Deere entered the engine market with the Root and VanDervoort Engineering Company of Champaign, Illinois.

1907

During the early days of this partnership, R&V relocated its manufacturing facilities to East Moline, Illinois.

John Deere: 100 Years of Tractor Innovation

April 5, 2018

Over the past 100 years, John Deere has been working to constantly improve their equipment and make history, especially when it comes to tractors. Innovation has been a key to success within the company and it’s what has kept people coming back for more than a century.

Since the beginning, new developments have been in the works in order to ensure “a tractor for every farm, crop, purpose.” These developments started out with purchasing the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company, manufacturers of Waterloo Boy tractors, and have continued into more recent years with the introduction of technologies like Autotrac.