John Deere 2016 Lineup

  • S-Series Combine Updates

    S-Series Combine Updates
    The S-series, first introduced in 2012, receives several upgrades for model year 2016, including a 12% larger cleaning sieve and an onboard air compressor. A new cleaning system – the Dyna-Flow Plus – increases combine capacity up to 10% in corn and 13% in wheat. In terms of technology, S-series combines are available with Active Terrain Adjustment and Active Yield, which automatically calibrates the yield monitor.

  • Folding Corn Head

    Folding Corn Head
    For the first time, John Deere is offering a 12-row folding corn head. With the 612FC you can harvest 30 acres more per day than with an eight row head or six more acres per day versus a traditional 12-row head. Plus by eliminating the trailer to haul a non-folding 12-row head, you improve operating costs by 15%.

  • 459E Economy Round Baler

    459E Economy Round Baler
    The 459E baler isn’t the most high-tech baler in John Deere’s lineup, but it does come with quality standard features at an affordable price. The 4- by 5-foot baler is equipped with six Diamond Belts, a BaleTrak Pro Monitor, and an adjustable hitch. Producers can choose between net or twine wrap with a starting price just above $20,000.

  • 6E Series Tractors

    6E Series Tractors
    The 6E series, built off the pre-existing 6D line, offers essentials in an economical package, including comfort and visibility and stackable SCVs. The three tractors range from 105 to 135 hp. and are available with a 24/12 hi-low transmission or a standard 12/12 transmission.

  • ExactEmerge Retrofit Kit

    ExactEmerge Retrofit Kit
    A year and a half ago, John Deere introduced the ExactEmerge high-speed planter, which can seed accurately up to 10 mph. While the planter brought great advantages to the field, it also came with a high price tag. To bring the technology to more producers at a lower cost, John Deere is introducing a retrofit kit for late-model John Deere planters, specifically 2011 and newer 1770NT CCS and 1790 planters and 2012 and newer DB models.

  • Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters

    Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters
    John Deere is adding three new models to its lineup of 8000 series self-propelled forage harvesters introduced last year. The three new models are available with 483-, 755-, and 832-hp. One of the new features on the harvesters is Active Fill Control, which allows for automated filling of trucks and wagons to reduce operator fatigue and crop loss.

  • W155 Self-Propelled Windrower

    W155 Self-Propelled Windrower
    Building on the success of the W150 Self-Propelled Windrower released three years ago, John Deere is announcing its replacement with the new Tier 4 Final W155 windrower. The windrower offers fast cutting speeds, easy-to-maneuver controls, a four-point independent spring and shock cab suspension system, and the option of an AutoTrac Controller kit.

  • Five New Triple-Mounted Mo-cos

    Five New Triple-Mounted Mo-cos
    After introducing its first triple-mounted mower-conditioner in 2012, John Deere is adding five new models to the lineup. The newest updates to these combination front- and rear-mounted machines include wider front cutting widths at 3.1 or 3.5 meters and three combined cutting widths up to 9.9 meters.

  • Harvest Mobile

    Harvest Mobile
    John Deere Harvest Mobile is an easy-to-use-tool that integrates with your equipment and technology to improve grain harvesting operations. The system also features data collection and transfer to help operators make timely decisions.

  • Field Connect Gateway

    Field Connect Gateway
    The new Field Connect Gateway 3G and Field Connect Wireless Radio option gives you a wider range of serviceability when installed in the field for remote moisture and environmental sensing. All new units will be shipped with 3G modems. Current Field Connect users can upgrade from 2G to 3G at a low cost with a quick turnaround.

  • TruSet

    TruSet
    With John Deere’s new TruSet for the 2730 Combination Ripper, you can adjust depth settings for the disks, rippers, and closing disks along with pressure settings for the active hydraulic rolling baskets on-the-go. TruSet has four presets that allow you to save settings for your most common field conditions. You can also fine-tune adjustments on the display to achieve your desired finish.

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Will you have enough on-farm storage for harvest?

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No, it’s going to be a bin-buster
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