logging

How the Deere 2154G Improves Business at Smith Logging Company

July 24, 2019

John Deere has set a new standard for the logging industry with the arrival of its 2154G Forestry Swing Machine, and one company can speak firsthand about all of its benefits. The Smith Logging Company, based in Grays, South Carolina, knows that in order to run an efficient operation, you need to get the most out of you can out of all of your supply.

“These days, everything is so competitive that you got to get everything you can out of every piece of wood,” says owner Sherwood Smith. “There are not many processors in this area. I never even thought about a processor until the mill started talking to me about it. I think it is going to be a win-win situation for us both.”

Take on Miles of Timber with John Deere ForestSight

October 8, 2014

In July of 2014, John Deere ForestSight hit the market, integrating a full suite of technology data and solutions to help loggers better manage their equipment and operations. With this, loggers can save time and money while having a longer lasting line up of forestry machinery.

John Deere ForestSight

We’re here to explain some of the key benefits that you can obtain from using this product and hopefully provide you with a much better understanding of the advanced technology incorporated in it. Let’s jump right into the details.

Why John Deere ForestSight?

Forestry Harvesting Head and Processing Head Maintenance 101

September 29, 2014

John Deere provides the widest range of harvesting and processing heads in the industry, giving customers access to reliable Waratah products. While these incorporate superior grab-arm strength, power-to-weight ratios, and traction-synchronized drives, harvesting head and processing head maintenance is extremely important in preserving the products.

harvesting head

Although these products are designed with durable and long-lasting material for heavy lifting, like any other piece of John Deere machinery, they still need to be properly cared for. For this reason, we’ve put together a list of a few helpful tips to consider when tending to a harvesting head.

How Used Equipment Affects Your Daily Life

December 18, 2012

New and used equipment contributes to our daily lives, whether we realize it or not. Used equipment can harvest corn, beans, and cotton; aid in the construction process; and even contribute to the production of items like paper towel or lumber. So take a look at some of these pieces of used heavy equipment; they may just help you get through your day!

Combine

used heavy equipment combine

A combine is an essential piece of farm equipment used to harvest corn and soy beans which are a staple to the modern diet and economy. The next time you sit down to dinner and reach for a side of corn, this John Deere combine can be a reminder of how this food makes it onto your plate.