In 2021, the hybrid family of STS booms expands offerings in 90’, 100’, 120’ and 132’ widths. The STS sprayers are factory-equipped for optional AutoTrac™ RowSense™ and Vision.
In 2017, the STS14 and STS16 become the first models to be powered by John Deere engines, while John Deere precision becomes factory-installed. In 2018, a new 120’ hybrid boom is introduced with the inner 60’ constructed of steel and the outer 60’ constructed of aluminum. In 2019, the STS10 & STS12 receive the John Deere 6.8L PowerTech Tier 4 engine and Hagie releases the LS475 to the market for the John Deere F4365. In 2020, John Deere acquires the remainder of Hagie ownership.
In March of 2016, a joint venture with John Deere is established, allowing Hagie Mfg. LLC. to be integrated into the John Deere sales and service channel. Kent Klemme is named president.
In 2015, Hagie’s DTS10 model is completely redesigned.
In 2014, the STS line is completely redesigned with major upgrades to the cab, cooling and driveline.
In 2009, All Wheel Steer (AWS) is made available on the STS series. In 2011, Hagie expands with the purchase of a 210,000 square foot building located next to the factory.
In 2007, the Hagie factory is expanded by 75,000 square feet.
In 2004, Hagie Upfront Solutions (now HCS) are made available. Projects such as field computers, auto steer, injection systems, along with other custom machine configurations, are now available. In 2005, Hagie model STS16 is introduced as the world’s largest row crop sprayer, featuring a 1,600-gallon capacity. The entire Hagie lineup receives a color scheme update to feature dark grey and yellow, with red accents.
In 2002, Hagie releases a 40‘ high-clearance nitrogen toolbar.
In 2000, the Hagie Model STS12 is produced, including several features and an innovative design. The STS series receives a new color scheme featuring light grey and yellow and red accents. The dual tank machines feature the legacy grey and black designs, with red accents.