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  1. New Forest Farm Machinery’s turf sales director Nick Clarke (right) with new professional turf equipment salesman Robin Woods.
    07 October 2014
    John Deere dealer New Forest Farm Machinery Ltd has extended its trading area as of 1st October 2014 by taking over the professional turf business of Rochford Garden Machinery, which covers parts of Somerset, Dorset and Wiltshire.
  2. John Deere X305R lawn tractor at Peterborough Cathedral
    06 October 2014
    Even a cathedral as spectacular as Peterborough’s imposing 900 year old Norman building needs more than divine intervention to keep its 20 acres of grounds looking good.
  3. The new John Deere 8000 Series self-propelled forage harvester
    18 September 2014
    John Deere’s all-new 8000 Series self-propelled forage harvesters represent an entirely new generation of machines. Building on the best features of the popular 7000 Series, these new models integrate cutting-edge crop analysis and documentation with innovative machine design, paired with reliability, traction and comfort. As a result, these machines take power efficiency, forage quality and cost efficiency to the next level.
  4. The Notts Golf Club (Hollinwell) course manager Phil Stain, with the club’s five new John Deere mowers.
    17 September 2014
    The Notts Golf Club (Hollinwell) in north Nottinghamshire, in the heart of Robin Hood country, has invested in five new John Deere mowers from dealer Henton & Chattell on a John Deere Financial operating lease, together with PowerGard protection and a service contract.
  5. New John Deere combine developments for 2015Bryn Meadow’s course manager David Jakeway and turf equipment manager Gareth Beck of John Deere dealer Frank Sutton.
    16 September 2014
    John Deere is introducing the new five-walker W330 and six-walker W440 entry level combine harvesters for the 2015 season in the UK and Ireland. Offering reliability and simplicity at a low operating cost, these John Deere branded combines are the result of a marketing agreement with Finnish manufacturer Sampo Rosenlew, and feature 210 and 238hp Sisu engines with maximum power ratings of 216 and 253hp.
  6. Bryn Meadow’s course manager David Jakeway and turf equipment manager Gareth Beck of John Deere dealer Frank Sutton.
    11 September 2014
    Bryn Meadows Golf, Hotel and Spa near Caerphilly has invested £300,000 in a comprehensive fleet of new John Deere golf course maintenance equipment from South Wales dealer Frank Sutton.
  7. Satellite link provides perfect fruit solution
    27 August 2014
    With some 283ha (700ac) of arable, top fruit, stone and soft fruit, just south of Maidstone in Kent, the farming enterprise of George Charlton & Son has seen a significant benefit in adopting satellite technology to enhance their planting regime.
  8. 27 August 2014
  9. Matfen Hall welcomes new John Deere mowers
    26 August 2014
    Privately owned Matfen Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa near Newcastle has made its first significant machinery fleet purchase for four years, with the acquisition of five new golf course mowers from dealer Greenlay at Cramlington in Northumberland, John Deere’s longest serving turf dealership in the UK.
  10. Brian D’Arcy
    15 August 2014

    Brian D’Arcy has been appointed strategic account manager for turf and other non-agricultural equipment at John Deere Limited. He replaces Paul Trowman, who has recently taken up a new role within Deere & Company’s tactical marketing group in Region 2 (Europe, CIS, North Africa and the Near & Middle East).

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