John Deere Harvesting Equipment

John Deere Harvester Works: An Inside Look

October 17, 2017

As the global population continues to expand, crop producers, farm managers, equipment manufacturers, dealers, and others must all work together to maximize farming efficiency and continue to harvest the land for food. Over the years, the harvesting process has evolved, and so too has the equipment that’s used to assist. John Deere is just one of many equipment manufacturers in the industry, but the iconic green and yellow machinery can be found scattered across farms both in the United States and abroad.

So, where exactly is this harvesting equipment produced? John Deere Harvester Works, located in East Moline, Illinois, is one such location.

5 John Deere 893 Corn Head Features Worth Noting

August 24, 2016

The John Deere 893 Corn Head was originally designed to deliver durability and dependability thanks to innovative new features and technology that offered some distinct advantages for producers. And, even though it has been a few years since these were new to the marketplace, they are still standing up to the test of time.

John Deere 893 Corn Head

You may be wondering what features make these corn heads a timeless option for John Deere equipment owners. Well, let’s take a closer look: