mowers

Exploring Options for Effective Pasture Management

April 17, 2019

When it comes to pasture management and controlling weeds, there are a couple of different options available to you. Mowing is one option you may want to consider, especially if you’re looking to help control the spread of weeds. Spraying is another option you can try if you’re interested in a longer-lasting solution. Before you get your John Deere machinery ready to take on the pasture for your livestock, let’s take a closer look at these two specific options for pasture management and how they can help you with controlling weeds.

John Deere Z700 Series Zero-Turn Mowers for Large Properties

April 9, 2019

Just because you don’t have a commercial lot doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a commercial-grade zero-turn mower from John Deere. The company has launched its new Z700 Series mowers for the residential market, bringing commercial quality and comfort to homeowners.

“Homeowners with large properties need durable, easy-to-use machines that also keep them comfortable throughout long mowing sessions,” said Kim Ridel, tactical marketing manager, John Deere. “The new Z700 Series hits the mark for these customers with commercial-grade construction, an integrated park brake, and an adjustable foot platform.”

Enjoy Maximum Control with Hybrid Fairway Mowers from Deere

March 13, 2019

John Deere has unveiled its latest additions to the 6000A Series – the 6080A and 6500A E-Cut Hybrid Fairway Mowers. These models feature high-performance electric reel drive, which reduces the potential for hydraulic leak points to maximize productivity and reduce downtime.

“We’re excited to bring the E-Cut Hybrid mowing system to the 6000A Series of fairway mowers,” said Brad Aldridge, product manager, John Deere Golf. “Powerful and full of premium features at an economical price point, the 6080A and 6500A combine the proven E-Cut Hybrid technology with the popular 6000A Series model design.”

Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your John Deere Mower this Fall

November 20, 2018

When you think of mowing, spring might come to mind, but the grass doesn’t stop growing in the cool weather. That being said, there’s still plenty of mowing that needs to be done once autumn arrives, and it doesn’t stop until the first snowfall. With John Deere mowers, you can take on the task at hand without any problems.

Let’s take a look at some helpful tips you can take into consideration this autumn to ensure that your yard is fully prepared for the season ahead.

1. Check Your Mower Blade

Answers to 7 Common John Deere Questions about Mowers

August 22, 2018

You may have plenty of questions about your John Deere mower once you bring it home, regardless of the number of mowers you’ve worked with in the past.

John Deere Mower

Let’s take a look at the answers to seven frequently asked questions about John Deere mowers.

How Should Fuel Be Stored?

If possible, try to keep reserve fuel stored inside to avoid temperature extremes. In addition, try to stay away from galvanized tanks, as diesel fuel may interact with zinc to form unstable compounds.

An Overview of the John Deere Easy Change 30-Second Oil Change System

August 16, 2018

Maintaining your John Deere equipment is essential to ensuring that it’s operating smoothly for years to come. With this in mind, John Deere has a simple way to change oil with the Easy Change™ 30-Second Oil Change System. This system, which is available on select lawn tractors, allows customers to change oil by simply twisting on a new cartridge that contains both the oil and the filter – no engine oil drainage required.

Taking a Closer Look at the Features of the John Deere X730

June 6, 2018

Whether you have a small lawn or a large yard, the right riding mower can make mowing a task you look forward to. The John Deere X730 is one mower you may want to consider if you’re in the market for a durable, efficient machine to tackle your lawn. It comes with a four-year/700-hour bumper-to-bumper warranty, and its heavy-duty welded frame means it’s made to last.

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of the John Deere X730.

A Closer Look at the Features of the John Deere 7500A Fairway Mower

May 16, 2018

If you’re in the market for a fairway mower that can take on a long day’s work, the John Deere 7500A is one option you may want to consider. This mower comes with AutoPedal™ to reduce fuel consumption and has a TechControl™ Display to lock in performance and uptime.

John Deere 7500A Fairway Mower

Let’s learn more about the highlights of the John Deere 7500A and how it can make your job easier.

Electric Reel Drive System

With the electric reel drive system on the John Deere 7500A, operators don’t have to worry about hydraulic leaks in the reel hydraulic circuit. All hydraulics have been removed from the cutting unit drive circuit within the machine. This reduces downtime and enhances productivity.

Exploring the Top Features of the John Deere X370

April 18, 2018

When you need a mower that can deliver a large amount of power for any type of landscape, the John Deere X370 could be the solution. This mower comes with a 42-inch Accel Deep™ Deck, automotive-style power steering for easy maneuverability, and an 18.5-horsepower iTorque™ Power System.

John Deere X370

Let’s take a look at all of the highlights of the John Deere X370.

The Key Features of the John Deere 652R

April 11, 2018

When you’re on the hunt for a mower that can cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time, the John Deere 652R is designed with the features to tackle the job. This mower comes with an easy-to-use hydrostatic drive system, a compact design for maneuverability, and a durable mower deck.

John Deere 652R

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of the John Deere 652R.

Field-Installed Propane Conversion Kits

Field-installed propane conversion kits can be used with the John Deere 652R, which give operators everything they need to convert the engines to operate on propane fuel. With one of these kits, customers can reduce fuel costs by up to 30 percent. They can also lower emissions, and reduce fuel-system maintenance.