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  1. 03 November 2016

    MOLINE, Illinois (November 3, 2016) — As a part of its commitment to offer loggers equipment designed to meet their needs, John Deere has upgraded the 800M-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and 800MH-Series Tracked Harvesters with engines that meet FT4 emission standards.

  2. 17 October 2016

    MOLINE, Illinois (October 17, 2016) — John Deere is setting a new standard for the logging industry with the introduction of the 2154G/2156G and 2654G/2656G Forestry Swing Machines. Designed to increase operator efficiency and performance, the G-Series machines can maneuver through the toughest of jobs, from loading to processing big wood.

  3. 21 September 2016
    MOLINE, Illinois (September 21, 2016) — Setting a new industry standard for the swing machine market, the highly anticipated John Deere 3154/3156G and 3754/3756G swing machines offer operators increases in productivity, durability and reliability. From loading to processing big wood, the G-Series swing machines help loggers efficiently power through jobs. As part of the G-Series introduction, John Deere will distinguish its crawler log loaders using 56 in the model name, while the forestry excavators will continue to use the 54 designations.
  4. 23 June 2016

    John Deere unveils the latest addition to its line of full-tree forestry solutions, the 337E Knuckleboom Loader.

  5. 18 April 2016

    MOLINE, Illinois (April 18, 2016) — John Deere made headlines with the introduction of the G-Series harvesters to the European market in 2015, and the new series models are now available to loggers in North America. Perfect for final felling and late thinning, the John Deere 1270G and 1470G Harvesters combine high productivity with excellent fuel economy.

  6. 02 March 2016

    MOLINE, Illinois (March 2, 2016) — John Deere introduces the latest upgrade to its lineup of full-tree forestry solutions, the Final Tier 4 437E knuckleboom loader. John Deere's knuckleboom loaders are already known for their durability, high swing torque and exceptional boom strength, and the 437E is full of features that will further improve job site productivity and uptime, while lowering daily operating costs.

  7. 07 May 2015

    MOLINE, Illinois (May 7, 2015) — In 1965, John Deere introduced the 440 Skidder, and has continued to change the game for loggers with safer, more reliable and more productive machines ever since.

  8. 01 April 2015

    MOLINE, Illinois (April 1, 2015) — Loggers need machines that work as long and hard as they do, and John Deere is at the forefront in developing equipment solutions to make their job easier – and more productive – than ever before through the launch of new L-Series Wheeled Feller Bunchers. These game-changing machines are now available, along with the new L-Series Skidders, and represent John Deere's most reliable and productive machines ever. The new Wheeled Feller Bunchers redefine uptime, productivity and low daily operating costs, and will change expectations of what a logging operation can accomplish.

  9. 01 April 2015

    MOLINE, Illinois (April 1, 2015) — Backed by over a half-century of experience, inspired by loggers and proven in the toughest conditions imaginable, the new John Deere L-Series Skidders have officially entered the forest with features that promise to increase uptime and productivity, while lowering daily operating costs for loggers. These game-changing machines are John Deere's most reliable and productive ever, redefining expectations of what a skidder can accomplish for any logging operation. The introduction of the L-Series also marks the celebration of 50 years of manufacturing skidders for John Deere, a major manufacturing milestone that demonstrates John Deere's forward thinking and ongoing commitment to developing solutions for the type of challenges loggers face in the woods.

     

  10. 25 March 2015

    MOLINE, Illinois (March 25, 2015) — As part of an ongoing commitment to enhance efficiency in the woods, John Deere Forestry created the GoFell mobile application for M-Series Tracked Feller Buncher customers. The app was designed to assist operators in understanding machine controls, settings and diagnostics to help users get the most out of their machine.

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