How much does a John Deere corn chopper cost?

The basic 9700 model will be priced at US$538,000 without optional extras and the largest model, the 9900, will cost US$584,000. The manufacturer has also boosted its kernel processor offering with the introduction of the XStream KP.

What is the biggest John Deere forage harvester?

The 9900i model is the biggest of the new range of self-propelled forage harvesters launched by John Deere last year, ranging from 625hp to 970hp.

What engine is in a John Deere 9900i?

V12 – 24-L concept: The Liebherr® D9512 engine The top-model 9700, 9800, and 9900 SPFH are equipped with a Liebherr 12-cylinder V-engine with 24-L displacement. The Liebherr D9512 is a state-of-the-art engine and delivers what a high-performance forage harvester requires: High power density and great fuel efficiency.

Can you pick up straw with a forage harvester FS19?

Forage harvesters have a header to pick up grass and hay from the ground, but it can’t pick up straw or silage…

Can you turn straw into silage FS19?

Re: Chaff from straw It has never been allowed in fs to use straw as chaff. you need to use corn chaff or grass!

What does Spfh mean?


Acronym Definition
SPFH Specific Humidity
SPFH Self-Propelled Forage Harvester
SPFH Stomatin Prohibitin Flotillin-HflC/K (protein domain)
SPFH Sales Per Flying Hour

How much torque does a John Deere tractor have?

John Deere 2020 Engine

Engine Detail
John Deere
Rated RPM: 2500
Torque: 141 lb-ft 191.2 Nm
Torque RPM: 1500

How much does a John Deere forage harvester cost?

7750 John Deere Forage Harvester pro drive with 640B Hay head. Kernel processor and corn head available as well if wanted. Asking $49,000. Please call Bradley at 802-782-5898

What are John Deere 600plus forage harvesters?

John Deere rotary harvesting units are built for reliable and powerful feeding of high-capacity forage harvesters. Two fundamental designs are available to match all producer needs. The 600plus Series Headers are the universal solution for different crops up to 4-m (13.1-ft) tall.

What is the best self propelled forage harvester?

New 9000 Series Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters These new forage harvesters are more powerful and efficient, while maintaining high-quality silage. HarvetLab 3000 measures moisture and nutrient values on the go, allowing you to make reliable in-field adjustments — on the fly.

How does a 9000 series self-propelled forage harvester (SPFH) work?

All 9000 Series Self-Propelled Forage Harvesters (SPFH) can be operated with or without a kernel processing unit in position. When not in use, a crop transition chute swings into position at a few turns of a crank. The crop transition chute comes standard on all harvesters.