used construction equipment

Real-Time Online Equipment Bidding Available with

March 11, 2014

Visitors to, the “largest, oldest and finest worldwide marketplace for used Agriculture, Residential, Construction, Golf & Turf and Forestry equipment,” now have the opportunity to live-bid for used equipment units online, with the introduction of

MachineFinderAuctions Home

Used equipment on up for auction will include a “currently available on MachineFinder Auctions” button (see image below) to indicate the equipment is listed on, allowing visitors to engage in online bidding.

Let’s walk through some of the steps that need to be taken prior to having bidding access as well as some features of the new site.

Product Spotlight: John Deere 35D Excavator

June 1, 2012

John Deere 35 Excavator

The jobsite has transformed over the years, as advances in technology have allowed construction crews to tackle certain projects in a more efficient manner. Whether workers are using cranes or excavators, the machines they rely on are now made with the latest available to the industry and help with any job.

The John Deere line of excavators offers a construction crew a wide range of options to choose from, as the company has models in a compact series, a construction class and a production class.

Engage with the Emissions Hub in 2012

January 10, 2012

This excerpt was originally posted on the John Deere, Straightforward Blog January 10, 2012. You can view the original post here.

John Deere Emission Hub

The John Deere Emissions Hub turns 1-year old today, and what a year it’s been. We started this blog in January 2011 after many of our customers started telling us that they were concerned about how new emissions requirements would affect their business. We decided to launch a comprehensive online resource, the John Deere Emissions Hub, to provide useful and accurate information on topics such as the stringent Interim Tier 4 and Final Tier 4 off-highway emission standards, the postponement of changes to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), along with all of the new technological innovations being used to meet the standards and other local emissions requirements.

Lowering the Emissions of John Deere Products

October 6, 2011

John Deere Construction Site Equipment

John Deere Engineers and Equipment Progress

In 1837 John Deere began the quest to build the best equipment on the planet, and current JD engineers continue to pursue that passion. The John Deere team continues to move towards a cleaner and more efficient future with continuous emissions testing’s and improvements. In fact, product testing reports can be accessed weekly at John Deere’s Straightforward Blog.

Beauty & Brains

Reducing tractor emissions is an important part of our future, and finding the balance between power and efficiency is a task that John Deere continues to work on.