The Bar Has Been Raised
Setting the standard in high-clearance application, the Hagie STS10 and STS12 receives a shot in the arm from John Deere Power Systems for 2019. With the addition of the John Deere PowerTech 6.8 liter engine, the most versatile machine on the farm just became the most dependable.
In addition, the engine compartment and hood on the STS10 and STS12 have been redesigned to accommodate the new Deere engines and incorporates a new tool box and air intake scoop. Customers will also notice the right side of the chassis has been changed to include new fuel and diesel-exhaust fluid (DEF) tanks and a fuel-fill ladder and platform for more convenient machine access.
The STS10 has the 1,000 gallon (3,785 L) capacity while the STS12 has a capacity of 1,200 gallons (4,542 L).
60/90', 60/100' or 60/120' Booms
With three available booms options that fold at 60’ you are bound to find match for your planter widths. The 90 and 100’ booms are steel while the 120’ is a steel inner section and aluminum outer sections. All three booms are designed not only to be strong but also to have excellent visibility during transport. The booms are available with Air Purge. Also available is Norac boom height control.
Advanced Application Cab
Designed for one thing, and one thing only, spraying. Countless hours are spent in the cab every season, you deserve a cab that is designed specifically for that purpose.
Power and Efficiency
When you are spending long days in the field, you want all the power and efficiency you can get your hands on.
The STS10 & 12 are now equipped with John Deere PowerTech™ 6.8L Tier 4 with 280 & 300 horsepower
The redesigned hood is not just for looks, the new hood provides improved cooling and a storage compartment.
All Access Platform
The platform was designed to access all major top areas of the machine with ease.
6’ of under frame clearance presents an interesting challenge from a fueling standpoint but the newly designed fuel/DEF layout on the right side of the STS10 and STS12 makes the process easier than ever. Fuel and DEF can be added on the right side using the standard fueling ladder that stows nicely under the tank, eliminating the need to drag a hose up the main ladder and across the frame.