John Deere Mower Conditioners

Our range of John Deere Mower Conditioners are built with extra durable parts to withstand the toughest conditions. And with innovations like John Deere’s cutterbar’s patented shear hub, you can be sure that if you should hit an obstruction, getting your machine up and running will be fast and painless.

Front-Mounted Mower Conditioners

Front-Mounted Mower Conditioners are the perfect machines to cut in small spaces or odd shaped fields. Their excellent manoeuvrability makes tham easy to operator and their front mounted design eliminates the need to drive over standing crop…even at the beginning of fields. Models include: 131 & 228A (Euro Spec)

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Rear-Mounted Mower Conditioners

Designed for individual farmers, the John Deere rear-mounted MoCos are easy to adjust and use. The 324A, 328A & 331 have a cutting width of 2.4m, 2.8m & 3.1m respectively. In addition to providing fluffly windrows, John Deere conditioners provide optimal drying speed for an excellent quality crop.

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Twin Rear-Mounted Mower Conditioner

The 381 & 388 mower conditioner feature two rear-mounted mower conditioners fitted on one rear frame, in combination with a 131 front-mounted mower. The 381 gives you an overall cutting width of 8.1m, while the 388 gives you an 8.8m width.

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Side-Pull Mower Conditioner

The 500 & 600 series Rotary Disk Mower Conditioners are designed to cut and condition hay in tough field conditions such as wet, tangled hay and fields with ant hills. They have several advantages over sickle bar machines, including reduced chance of plugging in tough cutting conditions, reduced daily maintenance requirements, along with increased operating speeds. The 500 & 600 series feature the proven modular cutterbar made of high strength nodular-iron for extra strength and outstanding cutting quality.

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Centre-Pivot Mower Conditioners

Push your operation’s productivity forward with the 800 & 900 Series Mower Conditioners. The centre-pivot design allows you to mow on either the right or left hand side, making back and forth mowing easy. You’ll be able to start on one side of the field and go progressively to the other, without having to divide it into small pieces.

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