Drive Green Demo Days. Coming soon to a John Deere dealer near you.
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Drive Green: Coming Soon to a Dealership Near You!
Dealerships across the country are hosting Drive Green events where customers can talk to tractor and implement experts and get behind the wheel of John Deere and competitive equipment. Come in for a test drive so you can experience the difference for yourself.
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- Get a coupon for $500 off a 1 - 6 Series tractor
- Get a coupon for hundreds off attachments
- Enter to win a 3E Series tractor package
- Test drive all the latest equipment
In these videos, attendees at Drive Green events share their experience. Hear what they have to say, then find your local event.
John Deere 3E Series vs
Kubtoa L Series.
Learn how the 3E Series stacks up against the Kubtoa L Series.
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John Deere 4M Series vs Kubota MX Series.
A head-to-head comparison of the John Deere 4M Series Compact Utility Tractors versus Kubota MX Series.
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Watch now to see how easy it is to use implements — and work more efficiently — with 4 Family Tractors.
Connect and Go: The 4R Series Hitch Assist
Watch how simple it is to connect attachments and stay on the go with the easy-to-use, exclusive Hitch Assist feature available on the John Deere 4R Series.
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The 485A Backhoe: Quick Removal and Attachment
Watch now to see how one operator can remove and install the 485A backhoe in just minutes.
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View the following videos to compare the John Deere 4R Compact Tractors and the Kubota L6060 Series.
John Deere 4R Series vs. Kubota L6060 Performance
Compare tractors and see what premium performance looks like.
John Deere 4R Series vs. Kubota L6060 - Attachability
Compare rear implement hookup.
View these videos and see how John Deere 1 Family Sub-Compact Tractors stack up against the Kubota BX Series Sub-Compact Tractors.
AutoConnect™ Mower Deck
A comparison of the mid-mount mowers on the John Deere 1025R vs the Kubota BX.
Comfort and Convenience
A comparison of the comfort and convenience features on the John Deere 1025R vs the Kubota BX.
A comparison of the lighting packages featured on the John Deere 1025R vs the Kubota BX.
Hitch Position Control
A comparison of the hitch positioning controls on the John Deere 1025R vs the Kubota BX.
A comparison of the John Deere 1025R with H120 Loader vs the Kubota BX with LA240 Loader.
Loader Lift Capacity Comparison
A comparison of the loaders available on the John Deere 1025R vs the Kubota BX.
Shopping for utilty tractors?
If you're shopping for utility tractors, you need to know how to compare models from all the different manufacturers. In our series of videos, we'll show you what to look for and how to ask the right questions up front...it could make the difference between a tractor you keep for years, and one you're ready to trade after a season or two.
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When you're comparing utility tractors, heavier is better. Why? More weight typically means heavier, more durable components and construction. We'll show you what we mean...and what to look for.
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Think one 45-horsepower tractor is the same as the next? Maybe, or maybe not. All horsepower isn't created equal, so you need to know how a tractor's horsepower is measured before you can compare tractors of similar power ratings.
Watch Horsepower Video
A lever that seems a little out of place during a quick demonstration might turn out to be a serious inconvenience after a few hours in the cab. Make sure you give the control layout a test as you're taking a spin around the dealer's lot.
Watch Controls Video
Other manufacturers may say they have it, but only John Deere offers a true economy PTO...one that spins at a full 540 RPM, even at reduced engine speed. Find out what we...and they...mean when we talk about this fuel- and money-saving feature.
Watch Economy PTO Video
Not every round baler is the same.
When you're comparing models, one manufacturer to another, you need to be aware of several key components that go into a baler, and into making the best possible bale. In our series of videos, we'll show you the features you need to be aware of when deciding the right baler to purchase for a truly productive hay season. Plus, we'll show you just how important the cutterbar is to the performance of your mower-conditioner.
John Deere 459 Standard: Economy meets productivity
See why the John Deere 459 Standard may be the best value in 4x5 balers today.
View the 459 standard baler
If you think every pickup on a baler is the same, then you're in for a surprise. Learn the importance of having a low-profile pickup, and how the John Deere MegaWide™ Plus stacks up to another manufacturer's pickup.
Watch Pickup Video
The belts inside of a round baler are an important, though often overlooked component. For quality performance, the strength and durability of baler belts are key. That's what our DiamondTough™ triple-weave belts provide. How do they compare to the competition? Well, just see for yourself.
Watch Belts Video
Do you use your baler to make more than just hay bales? If so, then be sure that you have an all-crop, all-condition baler like the John Deere 8 Series. Whether you're working in alfalfa, silage, stalk, or straw, our balers handle all conditions. Can the competition say the same?
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When you're looking at mower-conditioners, the most important thing to keep an eye out for is the design and functionality of the cutterbar. The more durable and efficient the cutterbar is, then the better the cut-quality and crop gathering. Have a look at what our cutterbar offers.
Watch MoCo Cutterbar Video
There are five critical steps to producing a beautiful round bale: correct tractor set-up, appropriate baler set-up, ideal windrow formation, properly adjusted bale monitor, and a responsible driver. See how all five components work together to help you produce high-quality bales.
Watch Bale Formation Video
We have bale monitors; so does our competition...but only John Deere has the BaleTrak™ Pro monitor-controller. It's simple to use, allows for one-hand adjusting, and features a large, clear screen for easier reading, so that you can make the perfect bale.
Watch Bale Monitor Video
How many drive chains are in your baler? Before you answer, you should know that the fewer the drive chains, the fewer the adjustments your baler will require and the better the overall performance. Find out how many chains the John Deere baler has versus the competition.
Watch Drive System Video
For faster wrapping and better bale protection, there's no substitute for net wrap. But not all balers offer superior wrapping and loading like the John Deere 8 Series with our COVER-EDGE net wrap. It takes only six seconds to wrap, and it's easy to load. Watch how simple the process is.
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Drive Green Giveaway Rules