John Deere W110 & W150
John Deere offers small-grain and forage producers more horsepower and header options in 2013. The W110 and W150 Self-Propelled Windrowers (SPW) replace Deere’s 125-hp A400 SPW, and complement the existing 200-hp R450 and D450 models.
The 110-hp W110 and 150-hp W150 traction units can be matched with eight new MacDon Draper heads from 15-40 ft., and five auger heads from 14-18 ft., to meet virtually any cutting and windrow performance need. Plus, the heads are interchangeable, allowing the flexibility to switch heads on a single traction unit to match different crops and harvest conditions.
The new windrower models and heads provide greater choice in selecting smaller and mid-size machines – SPW models from 110 hp to a 200-hp turbo-diesel. Other features include increased visibility to the cutting platform, superior crop cutting and conditioning, and more consistent windrow performance at faster operating speeds for all types of hay and small grain crops. All models feature fuel-efficient PowerTech E engines; rear steering-assist and independent rear suspension systems; interchangeable rotary and draper head compatibility; and come with integrated GreenStar™ precision guidance including AutoTrac™.
For more information, see your local John Deere dealer or visit www.JohnDeere.com.