John Deere 6E Series Recognized as Efficiency-Boosting Utility Tractor by BEEF Magazine

The 6E Series is heralded for its handling of jobs around dairy or beef farms.
The 6E Series is heralded for its handling of jobs around dairy or beef farms.

In an article published in BEEF Magazine on July 28, John Deere’s 6E Series was recognized for its efficiency-boosting capabilities. The tractors were specifically designed to provide more power, comfort and productivity at an affordable price.

“The new 6E Series tractors bring enhanced performance, added versatility and greater value to the current 6-family of tractors,” BEEF Magazine wrote in its piece.

BEEF Magazine based its 2016 list on the best machines on the market for ranch and farm professionals who are looking for utility tractors, as well as skid-steer and track loaders.

The multipurpose 6E Series tractors initially debuted in 2015. At the time of the release, the three tractors came in 105, 120 and 135 horsepower ranges. They also include PowrReverser transmissions, which provide operators with 11 different working speeds up to 13 miles per hour.

"The 6E Series gives producers a line of economical and easy-to-operate tractors," said Kory Ross, product marketing manager for John Deere. "Combine that with value-added versatility and you've got the same performance, reliability and comfort that producers have come to expect from John Deere."

All of the 6E Series tractors are designed for maximum operator comfort. The 15-degree swivel air seat improves rear visibility from inside the cab. The tractors’ PowerTech engines are crafted to reduce fuel consumption over time as well.

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