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New John Deere technology at Cereals LIVE

John Deere’s leading precision ag technology solutions for arable farmers and contractors are featured on the company’s virtual stand 525 at Cereals LIVE 2020 on June 10 and 11, alongside the latest new products.

Making their event debut are the 7R and 8R Series tractors, including the brand new 8RX four-track tractors. Built in a compact frame for easy manoeuvrability in the field, the 8RX Series combines maximum pulling performance with a lighter tread to minimise soil compaction.

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In addition, the R4150i self-propelled sprayer with new ExactApply nozzle system featuring state-of-the-art pulse width modulation (PWM) can be seen in the online Sprays & Sprayers demonstration arena, alongside the R952i PowrSpray trailed sprayer and models from the Mazzotti MAF range. ExactApply allows users to control droplet size and application rate as well as reduce overlaps, while offering a wider range of spraying speeds.

The new season T- and S-Series combine harvesters offer customers easier operation as well as increased throughput, automation and connectivity, with Wireless Data Transfer (WDT) plus Remote Display Access (RDA) offered free for five years. A glimpse of the new X9 combine, first previewed at Agritechnica 2019, is also included in the online line-up.

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Especially now, John Deere and its dealer network see the future of farming in connectivity that makes the most of machine, field and agronomy data in the decision-making process and provides full control of the production chain. The company is pioneering the use of such data based around the new MyJohnDeere.com website portal and proactive Connected Support systems, to provide increased uptime, higher performance and reduced operating costs.

Another section of the virtual stand shows how investment in a premium connectivity package can provide average savings of up to £48/ha. These figures can typically be achieved through a combination of increased productivity and machine efficiency, consistent accuracy, less wear and tear on equipment and typical fuel savings of 10 to 15 per cent, as highlighted by the expanded Fuel Guarantee programme.

The John Deere Operations Centre in MyJohnDeere.com serves as the central online location for users to safely and securely connect to their machines and fields. Additional support is available from third-party implement manufacturers, input suppliers, software companies and service providers such as crop advisors and other specialist consultants.

With the MyOperations app, users can view, manage and analyse all their operations from any location, and both the Operations Centre and the MyOperations app are free of charge.

For further details visit the Cereals LIVE 2020 and www.deere.co.uk websites.
 

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The New 7R


One of John Deere's Territory Managers, David Purdy, shows us the new 7R. With up to 370hp and just above 11t in weight the new 7R delivers high power density with low overall machine weight. The new cab features more operator comfort and convenience with new Active Seat II, digitial touchscreen radio with Apple CarPlay and intuitive contorl with the CommandCenter.
 

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The New 8R


David Purdy, one of John Deere's Territory Managers, shows us the all new 8RX. Delivering more power, capability, operator comfort, soil quality and reliability. Featuring an updated cab, bold new exterior styling and a brand-new four track configuration.
 

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T Series Combines


Ross Skimming, one of John Deere's Harvesting Territory Sales Managers, walks you around the productive and efficeint T670 combine. With up to 4m2 of active separation area, new sectional concave and up to 6.3m2 of cleaning shoe area. The new T series is a conventional type combine with rotary type performance!
 

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S Series Combines


One of John Deere's Harvesting Territory Sales Managers, Mick Murphy, shows us the S700 series automated combine. With more performance, unbeatable grain quality and excellent parts backup with The John Deere Harvest Promise.
 

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Combine Headers from John Deere




Our wide range of high performance combine headers offer everything from all-crop flexibility to specialist capability for challenging conditions and header widths from 4.80m to 13.70m.
 

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750A Drill


Territory Manager David Purdy gives a detailed walk around of the 750A Drill from John Deere. Understand the benefits of this drill concept.
 

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The NEW X9 Combine - Extreme Testing


Be prepared for an experience that challenges what you have ever thought about harvesting. Higher throughput. Lower fuel consumption. More comfort. Increased automation. And lots more!
 

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L600 Large Square Baler


James Streeton, one of John Deere's Harvesting Territory Sales Managers, walks you around the L600 baler. With up to 5% higher bale density and 10 % more performance, the L600 series sets the bar in terms of efficiency and productivity
 

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New John Deere technology at Cereals LIVE

New John Deere technology at Cereals LIVE


John Deere’s leading precision ag technology solutions for arable farmers and contractors are featured on the company’s virtual stand (525) at Cereals LIVE 2020 on June 10 and 11, alongside the latest new products.

Making their event debut are the 7R and 8R Series tractors, including the brand new 8RX four-track tractors. Built in a compact frame for easy manoeuvrability in the field, the 8RX Series combines maximum pulling performance with a lighter tread to minimise soil compaction.

In addition, the R4150i self-propelled sprayer with new ExactApply nozzle system featuring state-of-the-art pulse width modulation (PWM) can be seen in the online Sprays & Sprayers demonstration arena, alongside the R952i PowrSpray trailed sprayer and models from the Mazzotti MAF range. ExactApply allows users to control droplet size and application rate as well as reduce overlaps, while offering a wider range of spraying speeds.

The new season T- and S-Series combine harvesters offer customers easier operation as well as increased throughput, automation and connectivity, with Wireless Data Transfer (WDT) plus Remote Display Access (RDA) offered free for five years. A glimpse of the new X9 combine, first previewed at Agritechnica 2019, is also included in the online line-up.

Especially now, John Deere and its dealer network see the future of farming in connectivity that makes the most of machine, field and agronomy data in the decision-making process and provides full control of the production chain. The company is pioneering the use of such data based around the new MyJohnDeere.com website portal and proactive Connected Support systems, to provide increased uptime, higher performance and reduced operating costs.

Another section of the virtual stand shows how investment in a premium connectivity package can provide average savings of up to £48/ha. These figures can typically be achieved through a combination of increased productivity and machine efficiency, consistent accuracy, less wear and tear on equipment and typical fuel savings of 10 to 15 per cent, as highlighted by the expanded Fuel Guarantee programme.
The John Deere Operations Centre in MyJohnDeere.com serves as the central online location for users to safely and securely connect to their machines and fields. Additional support is available from third-party implement manufacturers, input suppliers, software companies and service providers such as crop advisors and other specialist consultants.

With the MyOperations app, users can view, manage and analyse all their operations from any location, and both the Operations Centre and the MyOperations app are free of charge.

For further details visit John Deere's virtual stand and the company's website at www.deere.co.uk.
 

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A new dimension in harvest productivity and efficiency

A new dimension in harvest productivity and efficiency


Specifically designed and developed for tough European harvesting conditions, John Deere’s all-new X9 combine and matching draper header are being officially introduced this summer, with a limited number
of machines available for demonstration during the harvest season.

Compared to the S790, which is the largest model in the current line-up, the X9 will deliver a step up in performance and productivity while also offering a significant increase in efficiency. This combination was recognised with the award of a silver medal by the Agritechnica Innovations Commission jury in 2019.

The X9 combine achieves this performance increase in output and harvest efficiency through the widest body available in the industry, improved crop flow, an increase in active threshing and separation areas and a larger cleaning shoe, all while maintaining a transport width below 3.5m on both wheels and tracks. Taken together, these features allow very high throughput and very low losses with improved grain and straw quality, and address the needs of large farmers looking maximise their productivity and profits.

The newly designed X9 combine also features improved comfort, convenience and lighting in the cab. Common displays and controls used across the broader John Deere product range enable the operator to move effortlessly between different machines.

The new draper brings a new dimension to the header range and delivers maximum throughput in small grains. The hinged frame and widest available wing range offer better ground and contour following in sloping terrain, while also delivering clean, even stubble height and straw distribution for better seed establishment and emergence in the following crop.

In addition, a deep belt with a specially designed grain saving surface puts more grain in the combine and reduces loss at the header. The new draper header will be compatible with existing S-Series combines, which will all continue to be available and provide industry leading solutions in automation, grain quality, capacity, productivity and low operating costs.
 

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The power of three

The power of three


John Deere is the first farm equipment manufacturer to produce a range of standard tractors offering three different drive concepts, with the launch of the new 8R Series wheeled tractors, 8RT models with two tracks and brand new 8RX versions with four tracks.

The 13-model range available in the UK & Ireland features a new cab offering luxury car style comfort and the CommandPRO joystick option. The tractor’s distinctive appearance has been designed in cooperation with experts from the BMW Designworks studio in California.

The industry exclusive 8RX Series has been developed with the aim of maximising soil protection without compromising performance. It therefore provides by far the lowest contact surface compression in this class, along with a transport width of less than 3m and 40kph unrestricted road speed. The tractor is extremely manoeuvrable while also minimising any noticeable soil scuffing effect when turning.
Compared to common industry two-track designs, the 8RX is significantly more stable on hillsides and performs well in more challenging soil conditions due to its superior self-cleaning ability. The tracks are available in widths from 16 to 30in (41 to 76cm), providing a total ground contact area of over 4.5m2.

These latest 8R Series tractors retain John Deere’s existing, well proven and economical 9-litre PowerTech PVS & PSS engines, with an increase of 40hp on the 8RT 410. New features include a Visco radiator fan and relocation of the engine auxiliary systems to the front. Due to the new design and less heat exposure, it has been possible to further reduce the costs of wear and maintenance.

Established transmission options include the 16/5 PowerShift, which is now available up to the 8R 340 model, the modern e23 with Efficiency Manager and the stepless AutoPowr. The rear brakes have been massively reinforced, so front brakes are no longer necessary even at 50kph, although additional front brakes can still be ordered. The 8R Series tractors are now optionally available with a 1500 standard front axle, which is designed for special applications and is in demand in various markets worldwide.

Drivers will appreciate the completely new cab design, which features a state of the art seat available with perforated leather trim, heating, active air circulation, a two-mode massage function and various electric and pneumatic adjustable seat components. In addition, the medal winning Active Seat II suspension has been improved to provide even better response and increased reduction of vertical shocks, compared to the first-generation system.

Long working days and nights will be made easier by the larger integrated fridge, which has doubled in capacity to 11 litres to carry ample refreshments, and the 60 per cent brighter 360 degree LED lighting system. A top quality, concert hall style music experience is provided by the 6.1 sound system with subwoofer, while the 6.5in DAB+ touchscreen radio provides cutting edge infotainment functions and works with Apple CarPlay.

Further detailed cab improvements prompted by customer requests include a wider entry and a lower placed door handle, as well as a self-cancelling indicator. In addition, the air conditioning system has been relocated under the cab. This has not only provided increased headroom but also reduced the noise level in the cab even further, even though cooling and heating capacity has nearly doubled.

The pioneering AutoTrac automatic steering system, including an optional StarFire 6000 integrated satellite receiver, has been further optimised, with Wireless Data Transfer to the John Deere Operations Centre provided free of charge for five years when choosing the connectivity package. Field boundaries, guidance lines and set-up data as well as crop planning and documentation can all be managed swiftly and securely using this web-based platform.

A brand new, revolutionary feature is AutoSetup, which will make it possible to download all field, machine and implement data required for individual jobs directly to the tractor. This greatly simplifies the process and means the tractor is ready to use much more quickly in the field, while removing the possibility of an incorrect setup. AutoSetup will be available shortly after the first of these new 8R Series tractors arrive in Europe, in 2020.

The tractors can also be remotely monitored by the JDLink telematics system at the customer’s request, to ensure maximum uptime. With customer consent additionally provided for Expert Alerts, potential machine damage can be predicted and the likelihood of expensive repairs can be reduced or completely avoided.
 

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Firefighters douse tractor ‘well alight in a field’

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Firefighters were called in to extinguish a tractor which was “well alight in a field” in Somerset, England, this week.

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, July 29, on Chilton Road, Chilton Polden, Bridgwater, in the English county, local firefighters confirmed.

In a brief report on the matter, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said: “Fire control received calls to a tractor on fire at Chilton Polden, Bridgwater.

“Fire control sent two fire engines from Bridgwater, one fire engine from Street and one water bowser from Yeovil.

Once the crew got in attendance the officer in charge confirmed one tractor well alight in a field...
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