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JMeekins 91482 309 John Deere 8400 either
John Deere 8400
JOHN DEERE 8400 nothing runs my farm like a Deere
I have to say they have been the dad let me take
after the farm after i dropped out of college majoring in
agriculture i'm 23 years old i farm about 300 acres of
tobacco and 3,100 acres of row crop.. i like john
deere's...i have had case and allis chalmers and they have
they're good and bad..but when you're running an 8 row kmc
ripper bedder planter the remotes are just so relaxing and
easy to operate with this just lay your right
arm down and never have to move it much..
Re: John Deere 8400
case ih is also very good. You also don't need to move your
Re: John Deere 8400
Must be one of the new Case IH because my dad owned a 8950
and 7140 through my teenage years and needless to
say...those tractors were awful compared to the 80 series
deeres...i have a neighbor that farms with case he has a 270
and he says its easy..i've never looked in it..but i like
the Case combines over the earlier john deeres...i like the
rotor over the cylinder when john deere came out
with the sts rotor combine..i traded both 2388 combines for
one 9750 which is good and bad...for have two
combines and if one breaks down you have the other going and
you are getting something done and not paying help and
losing money..but the john deere has been decent with minor
trouble..i just might trade in another year for that 9860
which unloads 3.8 bushels per second...but all in all...both
are good farming equipment..john deere a little more
expensive in the carolinas
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