John Deere has announced the addition of numerous agricultural, turf and farm products that are designed to enhance operator comfort and increase efficiency on the job.
Some of the new products now being offered by John Deere include the R4023 Sprayer, 900 Series Round Balers, B-Wrap for Premium Balers and Machine Sync. Here is a brief overview of each new product.
R4023 Self-Propelled Sprayer
The 600-gallon R4023 Self-Propelled Sprayer will be replacing the 4630 model, featuring a 4.5-liter, 173 horsepower Final Tier 4 engine. It also includes a premium cab option, wide and narrow axle configurations, and integrated technology for optimal crop care.
900 Series Round Balers
The new 900 Series Round Balers are designed for producers who pre-process forage to make it easier to mix or grind before feeding. The series has two models, the 960 and 990, which each has its own configuration. Both models have independent frames, large tire options, heavy-duty chains, and a new net-wrap system.
B-Wrap from John Deere can now be applied on John Deere’s 469 Premium and 569 Premium Round Balers, combining high-performance round baling with premium bale protection.
The updated Machine Sync from John Deere includes features such as coverage map sharing and guidance line sharing, which improve operations during seeding and spraying. Operators now have the ability to efficiently control more than one machine while working out in the field.
Certified Pre-Owned Program
The new Certified Pre-Owned Program from John Deere is aimed toward helping producers upgrade their sprayer equipment line-up with verified John Deere equipment.
"Last May, we introduced the Certified Pre-Owned Program for 8 and 9 Series Tractors and late-model combines," said Bill Weber, manager of used equipment optimization at John Deere. "This has been a very successful program for our customers and allows them to trade up to later model machines with newer technology and extended warranty."
John Deere Self-Propelled Sprayers, up to two years old with 1,000 engine hours or less, are now eligible for the CPO program.
John Deere continues to roll out new equipment for its customers in an effort to provide reliable machinery in the field.