2021 John Deere Combine Models, Price
2021 John Deere Combine Models, Price – John Deere has added two new models of X Series Combines to its 2021 harvest range to help large-scale farmers pulsing, separating and cleaning more shrubs per hour or harvesting more acres per day, even in changing conditions, without risking losing grain or quality.
The new X9 1000 and X9 1100 Combines represent John Deere’s next crop performance level and strengthen a lineup that includes proven S Series Combinations in the field.
2021 John Deere Combine Models, Price
X9 1100 can harvest up to 30 hectares of tough wheat and produce high hourly and harvest up to 7,200 shrubs per hour in high-yielding corn. The X9 Combine can make automatic adjustments to operators so it consistently operates at peak levels, said Matt Badding, harvest product manager for John Deere.
in the morning, hay can be moist and make the platform and separating the difficult. By midday, humidity evaporates and harvest conditions improve. In the past, these changes required operators to adjust the combined settings to help the machine compensate. Now, adjustments are made automatically.
X Series Combines has the industry’s largest wide feeder house, double separator, and cleaning shoes, working together to improve crop flow and increase harvest capacity. This new combination is the X Series Dual Separator (XDS) with the largest park and separation area Deere has ever offered. Crops in XDS pulsated and separated during the nine revolutions, resulting in fewer grain loss and increased harvest capacity, Badding said.
The 75-square-foot Dyna-Flo™ XL Cleaning Shoe has 36% more cleaning areas than the S790. It can harvest thin dry plants, thick wet plants, and everything in between, putting more high-quality grains in the tank pass after passing. Even if conditions change, the quality of grain remains high, Badding said.
2021 John Deere Combine Engine
During harvest, the highly fuel-efficient X Series Combines can run for up to 14 hours without refueling. The new John Deere PowerTech 13.6L Engine works with a powerful belt drive system and an updated ProDrive XL Transmission to improve fuel efficiency. Compared to the S790, the X9 1100 uses up to 20% less fuel per bushel harvested to help keep harvest costs low, Badding said.
X Series Combines are available with integrated ag precision technology that collects important machine data and results while helping to improve yields. This combination is equipped with the integrated StarFire 6000 Receiver, which does not require terrain compensation module (TCM) calibration and is more accurate than previous models. Coupled with improved new guidance systems, new receivers boot up and acquire GPS signals faster, so combinations can start running with improved accuracy in less time.
JDLink is standard on both models and comes with a five-year service. It enables machine-to-machine communication and makes it easier for owners to share agronomy information and machine performance. With John Deere Connected Support™ get unparalleled dealer service through Expert Alerts – an exclusive industry – plus remote support capabilities.
2021 John Deere Combine Features
Three technology packages are available for the X Series including Select, Premium, and Ultimate. Options include StarFire 6000 Integrated Receiver, Generation 4 4600 Display, Harvest Smart™, Interactive Combine Adjustment, and Connect Mobile ready.
Premium is built on select plans and includes Active Field Customization and Premium Activation 3.0 with AutoTrac™ RowSense™, Section Control, and In-Field Data Sharing.
Select and Premium plans are included in Ultimate along with Automation Activation 3.0 with Generation 4 Machine Synchronization and Combine Advisor Technology Package with ActiveVision Camera and Auto Maintain technology. All X Series Combines can connect to the John Deere Operations Center, a cloud-based central location where farmers can share machine or operational information electronically with trusted partners and advisors.
2021 John Deere Combine Interior
Inside the spacious and stylish X Series cabin has more storage space, more USB ports, and better connectivity than its predecessor. For automotive-like experiences, optional touchscreen satellite radios can be added that are ready for smartphones so operators can use voice commands or integrated controls to get directions, make calls, listen to music, or send and receive messages.
Three comfortable and comfortable cabin packages are available including Select, Premium, or Ultimate. Ultimate includes a newly ventilated massager seat that rotates 16 degrees to the right or left to increase operator visibility and comfort throughout the day. Signature Edition is also available and includes the highest level of comfort, lighting, and technology package Deere has to offer.
Buying new X Series or S Series Combines can provide additional protection for their machines with John Deere Protect Extended Service Plans. This plan includes the option to lock in operating costs and maximize uptime during harvest through Annual Expert Inspection, routine maintenance, 24-hour Uptime Guarantee, and Wear Parts Coverage.
X Series Combines are available on wheels or tracks. The X9 1000 wheat tank can hold up to 420 shrubs and the X9 1100 holds up to 460 bushels of wheat. The folding auger with Adjustable Spout is available for the X Series in lengths of 26, 28.5, or 31 feet.
2021 John Deere combines are priced Starting from $380,000 to $480,000.