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Enjoy Precise Applications with John Deere 400 and 600 Series Sprayers

Deere has introduced the John Deere 400 and 600 Series Sprayers to meet the evolving demands of farmers who require more operator comfort, high-quality application, and the most machine uptime possible. The John Deere 400 Series will include the 408R, 410R, and 412R, while the John Deere 600 Series will include the 612R and 616R.
“Each sprayer features a new, larger cab with your choice of three comfort and convenience packages available to fit a variety of needs,” Joel Basinger, marketing manager for John Deere said. “The 400 and 600 Series Sprayers turn technology into application quality and enhance machine uptime for customers.”
Let’s take a look at some of the features of the John Deere 400 Series and John Deere 600 Series to determine how they can potentially help you out in the field.
John Deere 400 Series
The John Deere 400 Series, which includes the 408R, 410R, and 412R, all have steel booms ranging from 90 to 120 feet in size. They also incorporate carbon-fiber booms ranging from 120 to 132 feet in size to help farmers cover more ground in a shorter amount of time. In terms of capacity, the 408R has a 280-horsepower engine and an 800-gallon tank, the 410R has a 310-horsepower engine and a 1,000-gallon tank, and the 412R has a 326-horsepower engine and a 1,200-gallon tank. The 408R operates at speeds up to 20 miles per hour, while the 410R and 412R can run up to 25 miles per hour. Each machine has three cab and visibility packages to choose from for the utmost customization, and all models come with integrated StarFire receivers and a JDLink connection.
John Deere 600 Series
The John Deere 600 Series, which includes the 612R and 616R machines, have steel booms from 90 to 120 feet, and carbon-fiber booms from 120 to 132 feet.
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