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Efficiency redefined - John Deere's new S7 series combines

By Farms.com

In a leap forward for agricultural harvesting technology, John Deere has announced its new S7 Series combines. These machines are a testament to John Deere's dedication to improving harvest operations through innovation and technology.  

Offering a range of models to suit different farming needs, the S7 Series combines boasting new engines and advanced systems for residue and grain handling, setting new benchmarks for efficiency and sustainability. 

At the core of the S7 Series' performance enhancements are its engines, the JD14 13.6L and JD9 9L, designed for lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions without compromising power. These engines, combined with the series' advanced residue management and grain handling systems, ensure that every aspect of the harvest process is optimized for efficiency and environmental friendliness. 

John Deere has also focused on the operator's experience. The S7 Series combines features of an updated cab design for maximum comfort and ease of use, including more storage, improved heating, and better visibility. This focus extends to the automation technologies integrated into the combines, such as predictive ground speed control and automated harvest settings, which simplify operation and allow operators of all experience levels to achieve optimal performance. 

This announcement marks a significant advancement in agricultural machinery. The S7 Series combines not only enhanced efficiency and reduced operational costs but also aims to make sustainable farming practices more accessible.  

John Deere's commitment to innovation is evident in every aspect of the S7 Series, from environmental sustainability to operator comfort and productivity gains. Farmers interested in the S7 Series can learn more by visiting John Deere's website or contacting a local dealer.


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