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Forage harvesting success is ultimately measured by feed quality. And thanks to the 8000 Series Self-Propelled Forage Harvester’s advanced technology, you don’t have to use guesswork and past harvests to know when to cut. Featured technologies include HarvestLab™, Documentation, Active Fill Control and JDLink™ Connect
Get a cutting width of more than 32 feet in one pass, plus a narrow transport width of about 10 feet. Pair it with a 7R or 8R Series Tractor with a front hitch and PTO and AutoTrac™ for unmatched productivity. From the F310R, to the R990R, there are two front mount and three rear mount options to choose from.
John Deere Balers are made with one purpose: strengthening overall performance of customer production. Strength starts from within. When it works its way out, it’s your operation that ends up stronger.
Find out how to avoid guesswork and know exactly when to cut with new John Deere Precision Ag solutions to your forage harvester.
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A Penn State University finds that shredlage "does not give the cow any more physically effective fiber (peNDF) or provide any advantage over conventionally chopped silage in this aspect of the diet.” (16-05).
What does it take to develop the perfect ration to boost milk production? First, it takes an understanding of the many challenges. John Deere experts take a closer look and offer solutions. (16-08).
Purdue University's Animal Science Research Center uses high-tech tools like John Deere HarvestLab to obtain higher-precision information, higher-quality forages. (16-10)