John Deere combine models: A visual guide

If you’re in the business of producing crops, chances are, you either own or are interested in owning a new or used combine. For more than 80 years, John Deere has been producing these machines to arm farmers with the technology and specific features that best fit their operation’s needs.

While you could learn all about John Deere combines by scouring through pages and pages of brochures and product manuals, we wanted to take the time to make combine identification a bit simpler by putting together a visual guide. This post features photos that correspond with some of the most popular John Deere combine models. Enjoy!

John Deere 6620

John Deere 6620

John Deere 7720

John Deere 7720

John Deere 7721

John Deere 7721

John Deere 8820

John Deere 8820

John Deere 9400

John Deere 9400

John Deere 9500

John Deere 9500

John Deere 9560W

John Deere 9560W

John Deere 9600

John Deere 9600

John Deere 9410

John Deere 9410

John Deere 9510

John Deere 9510

John Deere 9610

John Deere 9610

John Deere 9450

John Deere 9450

John Deere 9550

John Deere 9550

John Deere 9650

John Deere 9650

John Deere 9650 CTS

John Deere 9650 CTS

John Deere 9650 STS

John Deere 9650 STS

John Deere 9750 STS

John Deere 9750 STS

John Deere 9560 STS

John Deere 9560 STS

John Deere 9660 STS

John Deere 9660 STS

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