Combines in the field

Harvesting Equipment

John Deere combines have many things in common, but each combine was designed for specific needs. Do any of these apply to you? You’re a fleet owner and want to reduce your fleet; your fields or harvest conditions require you to harvest high-moisture corn or tough-threshing small grains; you are running a fully optimized combine today and you need to get more done in a day; or you would also need to upgrade your header to get more capacity. Consider these factors and contact your dealer to determine the best option.

S-Series Combine

S Series Combines

  • Class 6, 7, 8 and 9

300 and 400 bushels
Commonly used for:
High moisture corn, tough-threshing small grains.

Available Models:
X-Series Combine

X Series Combines

  • Class 10 and 11

420 and 460 bushels
Commonly used for:
High moisture corn, tough-threshing small grains.

Available Models:
T-Series Combine

T Series Combine

  • Class 7

300 bushels
Commonly used for:
Wheat, canola, barley

Available Models:

Headers & Platforms

Draper Platform moving through field

Drapers

We’ve added new drapers to our lineup, to help you reduce loss, consistently maintain desired cut height and put more grain in your tank.  Now with a complete draper line that includes sizes from 25 feet to 50 feet, John Deere offers the biggest selection of draper heads for the widest range of crops and conditions.

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Corn Heads

More acres, higher yields and hybrids with tougher stalks are real challenges at harvest. That's why our corn heads are robust enough to cut the toughest, thickest crop with ease to help ensure every kernel makes it inside the combine.

Auger Platforms in field

Auger Platforms

Our auger platforms were engineered to match the high capacity of the S700 Combines and are equipped with a range of performance boosting features. Exclusive HydraFlex™ Platforms give you unmatched flexibility to run faster and cut cleaner over uneven ground.

Belt Platform moving through field

Belt Pickup

No matter how rough the field or how thick the windrows, the BP15 Belt Pickup gives you smooth, complete gathering of windrowed grain, thanks to a variety of exclusive features and innovations.

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CP770 Cotton Picker

We've given our latest non-stop cotton picker a more fuel-efficient engine, a new module-building system, new high-speed row units, and more. You get higher picking speeds, less wrap and hauling expense, and big-time fuel savings1.

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CS770 Cotton Stripper

Stripper-cotton growers, you get the same new engine and module-building system as the CP770, plus a new 12-row folding header that can knock out huge acreage per day...and doesn't need to be detached for transport1.

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New Stripper Headers

The new 12-row SH12F Folding Stripper Header gives you a game-changing 48 percent more harvesting capacity; you can cover nearly 100 more acres in a 10-hour day, without having to remove the header for transport.

Sugar Cane Harvesting

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CH570 Sugar Cane Harvester

John Deere exclusive floating crop divider and contour basecutter height-control technology reduces soil content and cane loss. Large, premium cab integrates the latest technology with added comfort.

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New CH950 Sugar Cane Harvester

Double your productivity by harvesting two rows per pass with significantly less labor, fuel consumption and cane loss, delivering lower costs per ton as well as less cane loss and compaction2.

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New CH960 Sugar Cane Harvester

A slightly wider design than the CH950 but with all the productivity-enhancing advantages to help you harvest with fewer operators, less fuel, less compaction and less cane loss for improving yield potential and cost efficiency2.

Mobile Apps

You can't always be in the cab, but you can always have access to the information you need with our mobile apps. You can download these apps in the John Deere App Center (available in the Google Play and Apple App store).

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Operations Center

The number of hours in a day isn't always enough to get everything done. That's why we've made it easy to collect, use and share your data, wherever you are with the Operations Center mobile app.

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Connect Mobile

With the Connect Mobile app for harvest, you can manage job quality while it's occurring. It now features dual map view - so you can easily compare two maps side-by-side. This lets you correct issues while you're running in the field, instead of discovering them later, when it will cost you time and money.

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GoHarvest

Choose the model of your combine and the type of crop and receive suggested initial settings for the task at hand. Also features the ability to save notes and photos for reference in changing conditions.

Additional Resources

1Internal John Deere comparisons between CP770 and CP690, and between CS770 and CS690. Individual results may vary.

2Internal John Deere comparison between CH950/CH960 and CH570 Sugar Cane Harvester models. Individual results may vary.