forestry equipment

John Deere Hydrau Benefits for Forestry and Construction Equipment

January 18, 2018

The old saying, “oil is oil,” is simply not the case today with new hydraulic fluid specifications from John Deere that promise performance for forestry and construction equipment for years to come. John Deere Hydrau

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of the new John Deere Hydrau™ and Hydrau™ XR formula.

Hydrau and Hydrau XR Educational Video

The John Deere Hydrau and Hydrau XR (extended ambient temperature range) formulas are specifically designed for all-season use in hydraulic and hydrostatic construction and forestry equipment. Both formulas have over 29,000 hours of field testing to ensure that they outperform other oils by resisting oxidation and wear.

Key Moments in John Deere’s Forestry Equipment History

September 21, 2015

For more than 175 years, John Deere has been producing equipment built on its values of integrity, quality, commitment, and innovation. While the company’s roots lie within agriculture, it has solidified its place in a number of other industries as well, including forestry.

Forestry History

The development of forestry machines only began in the early 1900s, and John Deere was there right from the start, beginning production just before 1950. Let’s take a look at some of the critical moments in time that have helped lead John Deere to its current position in the forestry equipment market.

6 John Deere Forestry Machines You May Not Know About

November 13, 2012

When we hear “John Deere,” we may think of the classic tractor such as a row crop or a combine. However, most of us are unaware of John Deere Forestry. John Deere forestry machines resemble the high quality and standards that are shown in the agriculture division. Take a look at these 6 different John Deere forestry machines:

Feller Bunchers

John Deere Feller Buncher

Feller Bunchers are used in logging for harvesting; they often consist of a heavy base, where the operator sits with either a type of saw, or, as you can see in this image, a shear. This shear encompasses the tree and acts like a giant pincher.