Grain saver belts installed on an HD45R header during harvest.

Grain Saver Belts

Send grain to the tank and not the ground –

give your combine an upgrade.

Control where your grain goes. Get the benefits of the newest, advanced technology and keep the front end equipment you already own. With a John Deere Precision Upgrade, you can:

  • Reduce grain loss at the header*
  • Increase belt life with dual drive guide rollers on 600FD**

Our upgrades allow you and your dealer to fit your front end equipment with the latest technology to help you work smarter and faster to get the strongest return on your investment.

The crosshair design on the grain saver belts traps the grain to prevent it from rolling past the cutterbar onto the ground.

Keep grain on the belt and off the ground with a grain saver belt upgrade. Featuring a unique crosshair design, this upgrade traps grain and sends it to the grain tank before rolling past the cutterbar and onto the ground. Compared to standard draper belts, Grain Saver belts could help you save $1,240 USD ($1,750 CAD) a year across 1,500 acres by reducing canola cutterbar loss by up to 25%*. Your dealer can work with you to determine your front end equipment’s compatibility.

Ready to upgrade?

What upgrade is right for you? Give your dealer a call and schedule an evaluation. Together, you can decide what Precision Upgrade fits your needs and operation.

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Schedule an evaluation of your current equipment with your John Deere dealer.

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Our trained technicians will help you determine the best upgrade solution for your operation.

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Add the latest technology and replace worn parts at the same time.

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Strengthen the return on your investment by adding the latest technology to your current front end equipment.

*Grain Saver Belts help capture 0.125 more bushels of canola per acre when compared with traditional smooth draper belts. Based on internal testing at $9.55 CAD bu/canola, with an average of 47 bu/acre of canola harvesting 1,500 acres. Performance claims based on field and crop conditions at time of testing; individual results may vary.

** Compared to standard belts and single drive guides that don't offer the ability to be rotated (flipped).