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Total Machine Control (TMC) provides more intuitive controls and enables automation of functions that operators previously had to do manually.

The Ultimate Skid Steer Smackdown takes a “D-Tour” with the launch of John Deere’s new D-Series skid steers and compact track loaders (CTLs), including stops at trade shows and real job sites so operators can check out the company’s hottest pieces of compact iron.

The 700J 12-ton dozer boasts a 115-hp turbocharged six-cylinder Deere diesel, full-featured hydrostatic drivetrain and oscillating undercarriage.

The model 444K wheel loader with Tier 3 emission-certified diesel packs an impressive torque reserve for power.

The 190D W and the 220D W wheeled excavators feature Tier 3-certified engines with fuel-efficient 5.2-L diesel engines rated at 159 hp.

Michael J. Mack, Jr., the new president of John Deere’s Worldwide Construction & Forestry Division, has prepared for this leadership position through a variety of assignments at Deere.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

John Deere's Excavator Training Simulator, introduced about in 2008, has proved to be effective and popular, and the innovative training concept has been expanded to cover other machines.

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Alternative fuels, including petroleum based diesel and gasoline with additives, are perceived by many to be a key element in reducing world dependency on oil.

The Worksite Pro line for skid steers and compact track loaders include two “dozer” blades, five vibratory rollers, four cold planers, two tillers, and two hydraulic breakers (also works with compact excavators).

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