Corn Harvesting

Video Gallery: Harvesting Corn with the John Deere S-Series Combine

October 11, 2018

With the John Deere S-Series combine, anything is possible in terms of taking care of corn harvesting out in the field. The combine is specifically designed to optimize and automate the harvesting operation, making it easy for producers to take care of their crop efficiently each season.

Take a look at the videos below to see how the John Deere S-Series combine can help this season and beyond.

Harvesting Corn Part 1

John Deere S-Series Combines: See, Feel, and Hear the Difference

May 14, 2013

For more than 100 years, John Deere has been perfecting the combine to improve the productivity and efficiency of the machines used during harvesting season; the most recent models make up the line of John Deere S-Series Combines.

S-Series Combines from John Deere

The models of the John Deere S-Series Combines line are designed with the latest technology and consumer input in order to give operators what they need. In fact, by inquiring about consumer needs and expectations, Deere engineers can ensure the machines become the best they can be with the resources available.

Corn Harvesting In Illinois Progresses At Record High Pace

October 16, 2012

Corn harvesting in illinois

Corn Harvesting

Farmers in Illinois are on a tear in their fields, taking part in a corn harvesting that is progressing at a much faster rate than historically seen, the Illinois Department of Agricultural recently reported.

According to the East Central Illinois News Gazette, Illinois farmers have already harvested 71 percent of their crops, compared to the 29 percent that had been harvested at this time in 2011. The five-year average for harvesting as of October stands at only 33 percent and corn harvesting is factor. Soybean harvests, however, are progressing at about the average pace, with 22 percent of crops harvested compared to the average of 21 for this month.