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John Deere Rolls out 2015 Updates

The high-horsepower tractor market will see a host of innovations for 2015 and mainly from a single player as John Deere rolls out the new 9R series machines for next year. That introduction leads a long list of products announced during a dealer event that's running in Milwaukee, Wis., for the next two weeks.

Media got their chance to see the equipment and what a sight they got to see. The introduction includes not only that move in the high-horsepower segment, but a significant move in the hay and forage market, mid-size and compact tractors and even in tillage equipment.

The gallery that follows is a quick look at what we saw today, expect more in-depth discussions of the new equipment and the features offered in the days ahead.

This photo gallery offers you a look at the hottest products along with the information we have so far on products to be released next year. That means pricing is not yet available for the items listed, but if you want to know more visit

The list of new products announced this week is long, we make the attempt to give you a glimpse of what we saw and our impressions of the new machines.

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