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Luke 14 131574 75 John Deere 1075 either
John Deere 1075
One of two John Deere 1075's owned by local contractor.
This one in particular is getting washed and getting a
mechanical inspection before retreating to the shed for
another year!
Re: John Deere 1075
Nice pic. Looks wet there like it has been here. Tempature
dropped and rain changed to snow here today in the midwest.
Not sure I am ready for winter. By the way what year were
the 1075's built? Are they built in Europe?

Re: John Deere 1075
Yea it's been fairly wet for a while. All our corn is in
now. How did your harvest go? This 1075 was made in 1986
and the other one is 1987.

Regards from the U.K Luke.
Re: John Deere 1075
It was a good year. The last of the corn in our area was
gotten last week. Yeilds on corn were from 120 bu. to 200
bu. an acre on good ground. They have been dumping corn on
the ground and covering it at local elevators. They do that
sometimes but I have never seen this much on the ground. Not
enough storage and grain cars to haul it.
Soybeens ranged 45 bu. to 70 bu. an acre. Making hay this
past summer was a challenge. Normally get three cuttings of
alfalfa but got four. The only problem 3 out of four got
wet. You have beutiful country over there. What part of
England are you in.
Keep the pics coming. Best Regards, John
Re: John Deere 1075
I live in the south west of England, where abouts are you
from? We had a fairly poor harvest, the weather was terrible
and yields were low, our silage/hay harvests were ok though
managing four cuts at most farms.
I'll try to snap a pic of the other 1075,
Re: John Deere 1075
I live in mid north Indiana. About 3 hrs south east of
Chicago and Lake Michigan. See alot of John Deeres in our
area. New Holland,CaseIH and there is a few Massey
Ferguson's and Caterpillars. The local Agco dealer is
carring Fendt. Starting to see some Buehler Verstiles. It is
nice to see a variety of equipment. I am always interested
in seeing farm equipment especially John Deere's. I haven't
seen a John Deere 1075 before.
It is different from what I have seen in the states. Looks
close to a 4420 or 4425. What engine did they use?
Regards, John
Re: John Deere 1075
I know our 1075 rates at 150 horsepower and the other just
over it both have 15ft headers. Fendts are rappidly
appearing now but John Deere is still the most common make.
We're in winter now so were servicing all the machinery
ready for next year. Although we are trimming hedges at the
moment and have 4 tractors connected to McConnell trimmers
as can be seen on the john deere 6000 series thread. Speak
Regards, Luke
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Nice pics of the 6000 series. Looks like they are getting
quite a work out. Do any have the varible transmission? I
have only had the pleasure of driving a 8000 series once and
the first varible 7000 series at our local dealer a couple
of years ago. The company I work for is a parts supplier to
Waterloo where the 7000,8000 and 9000 series are built. They
all drive better than my old JD's. I am the one that gets
the workout on those. I was able to get a couple of pictures
that were taken of them last summer and the summer before.
They both still get a work out for their age.
Re: John Deere 1075
Here is my old JD 50 and New holland 68 baler.
Re: John Deere 1075
Nice Pics! Most of the John Deere's have Autopwr & powrquad
transmissions. Although the 6920s had the variable
transmission until it was swopped for a Fendt 716.
Another local contractor has a 7810 which is a lovely
tractor. Someimes pulls a Claas Liner 3000 ( What an outfit!
) It doesn't have the variable transmission. I havn't seen a
8000 series around here.
And 9000 series are very rare over here. When in France i
saw a John Deere 2250 which was a new one for me.

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