S-Series Combine

2017 John Deere Combine Updates: What You Should Know

October 6, 2016

Each John Deere department (all 54 of them) has a Continuous Improvement team that is focused on taking quality to the next level. With this goal in place, combine models just keep getting better with each and every year that goes by, and 2017 is no different.

2017 John Deere Combine

Take a journey with us to learn about new improvements made to the 2017 John Deere combines and see how they are built to run even better than they look. Enjoy these videos!

New Features of the 2017 John Deere Combines

5 Harvest-Changing 2014 John Deere S-Series Combine Enhancements

September 12, 2013

John Deere has been attempting to perfect the combine for more than 100 years, gathering customer feedback from those inside the machines to make the harvesting process more comfortable and efficient for operators.

At its recent new product introduction in Columbus, Ohio, Deere and Company introduced several new S-Series Combine enhancements and features that aim to simplify the harvesting process, making it more comfortable and efficient for those who spend their days on the field.

John Deere S-Series Combines

Let’s take a look at five of the latest updates that have been made to the S-Series, and examine how exactly each will help on the field.

5 Ways the John Deere s660 Combine Can Help You Harvest More Efficiently

July 3, 2013

The John Deere S660 Combine offers more than just a sleek green and yellow exterior. With every component and every system engineered for maximum uptime and productivity, this powerhouse combine is packed with features that can only improve your harvesting season.

But don’t just take our word for it! Here are 5 ways why the JD S660 Combine can help you harvest more efficiently.

John Deere s660 Combine

1. Advanced Variable Steam Rotor: This S-Series Combine boasts an advanced variable steam rotor threshing concept. Together with a tapered rear discharge, a more tapered front cone with an increased area to handle crop improves the quality of straw. Regardless of whether you’re operating in high brittle or green conditions, the machine always runs at its highest performance.

John Deere S-Series Combine Showcased For Project “Can Do”

December 7, 2011

John Deere S-Series combine from project "can do"

In the month of November John Deere set a world record by constructing the world’s largest harvesting combine from more than 300,000 cans of food.  Each year John Deere finds new ways to connect with its community, and in 2011 the John Deere Corporation decided to pay tribute to the farmers and agricultural customers of the world with this addition to the Guinness Book of World Records.

John Deere combine harvester made from can food

The world record setting can made S-series combine was constructed with over 300,000 cans of food at the John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Illinois.  Over 650 volunteers aided in the construction of “Project Can Do”, where thousands of cans of food were donated to the River Bend Food Bank.