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  1. 02 November 2015

    Deere & Company said today it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Monosem, the European market leader in precision planters.

  2. SPFH 8000 Series
    09 September 2015

    John Deere has announced the addition of three new models to its 8000 Series range of self-propelled forage harvesters. These machines are equipped with the latest forage harvesting technology to provide customers with up to 15 per cent more productivity, increased uptime, lower operating costs and faster, easier maintenance.

  3. R900i
    29 June 2015

    Awarded a gold medal at the 2015 SIMA show, John Deere’s 1725NT high performance planter concept provides new levels of accuracy at planting speeds of up to 16 km/h (10mph) and beyond.

  4. R900i
    29 June 2015

    John Deere is expanding its range of premium mower-conditioners and balers with the introduction of a new triple mower-conditioner and an updated L1533 large square baler, designed to increase harvesting capacity for contractors and large farming operations.

  5. 6175M
    29 June 2015

    Expanding the John Deere range of mid-size 6R and 6M Series tractors, a total of 14 new four-cylinder and large frame six-cylinder models with Stage IV/Final Tier 4 engines from 110 to 195hp will replace the current Stage IIIB/iT4 compliant models from this summer.

  6. 29 June 2015

    Providing easy coupling and disengaging as well as smooth, fast and precise handling, higher payloads and maximum versatility, John Deere’s new generation R Series front loaders aim to set a new standard in European farm productivity.

  7. 29 June 2015

    John Deere reinforces its claim on innovative leadership for providing solutions in the space of information enabled agriculture. Seamless “connectivity” between machines, operators and fields were at the heart of a press event in Pamhagen, Austria, where the company unveiled a range of new information solutions for contractors and arable farmers as part of John Deere FarmSight.

  8. Farmsight my jobs
    29 June 2015

    John Deere has developed a new job management tool which is integrated into the Operations Center and helps contractors as well as arable farmers to better organize and execute their tasks in a clean and paperless manner. From a manager’s perspective the feature can be accessed in two ways: as an integrated tool within the Operations Center Job Menu from their office, or as on-the-go utilizing a dedicated App for tablet computers and smartphones (soon to come). Machine operators will have an own dedicated “MyJobs” App version specifically designed to match their needs.

  9. 29 June 2015

    For the year 2016 customers who purchase the “connectivity package” alongside with a tractor, combine or self-propelled sprayer will benefit from the resulting liaison

  10. Farmsight my JohnDeere
    29 June 2015

    The Operations Center also serves as the central location for customers to connect to their machines and their fields. Over the past 12 months, a large number of innovative features have been added to the Operations Center. With that, customers always have solid business information on hand - even if their fields are further apart, or their farm has small fields scattered over a large area. A live Location History enables customers to follow machines almost in real-time, e.g. to route support vehicles to the exact location or to track the work progress during the day. Leveraging the Location History calendar, customers can even go back in time and check where the machines have been working within the past 60 days.

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