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New John Deere 9900 Chopper Available Now at Belkorp Ag!

Jun 4, 2019, 15:25 PM

From the moment you lay eyes on the John Deere 9900 Self-Propelled Forage Harvester, you know this machine is an absolute beast. Now you can gawk over the powerful chopper in person at your friendly Belkorp Ag dealership.

When you take a seat in the John Deere 9900 chopper, you can almost feel the power beneath you, even before you start up the engine. The 9000 Series machine is equipped with a 24-liter V12 engine that puts out an incredible 956 horsepower. Have you ever operated a machine so mighty? Be careful, because once you get to work in one of these, you’ll start feeling pretty powerful yourself.

What makes the John Deere 9900 Harvester even more appealing is the fact that even with all that horsepower, the chopper is built for efficiency. You probably already expect that you’ll be able to increase throughput thanks to the additional muscle, but it’s more than that. You can actually harvest up to 400 tons of corn per hour with 10% better fuel economy per ton. That makes the machine cheaper to operate too, and it means you won’t have to fill up as often on fuel.

Increased power and capacity are important, of course, but you can’t forget about the quality of your crop. Fortunately for us, Deere didn’t forget. Careful and high-quality kernel processing results in a final product that isn’t tainted by excessive wear and tear that comes from more power. You can achieve premium corn silage processing regardless of the length of cut, every time. Whatever kind of cut you’re trying to achieve, you can rest assured that Deere thought of it and provided a solution that works with the 9900 Self-Propelled Forage Harvester.

If you want to learn more about the new John Deere 9900 chopper, stop by one of our 7 Belkorp Ag locations or give us a call at (866) 709-4733 to talk to a member of the Belkorp Ag team. Our product experts are always on hand to show you around the equipment and answer your questions.
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