Classic John Deere is known for having some of the best farming equipment on the market today. One major reason for that is because of the tremendous strides the company has taken for farm life during its lifespan.
Since the blacksmith named John Deere ventured from Vermont to Illinois to start his prosperous business, farm life has improved drastically. Now, the famous green logo has become its own tradition, cherished from generation to generation.
It seems as if the man was put on this earth for the sole purpose of creating a new trend in farm life.
John Deere is adding to its supply of farm collectibles by producing the miniature of a 4010 model tractor, which was originally built in 1963.
As the blacksmith named John Deere changed the face of the agriculture industry with his world-class machinery, it was inevitable that his company's logo would become such a recognizable brand name.
Serving as the most reliable manufacturer of farm equipment, John Deere segued into the mainstream by offering more products on a consumer level - particularly lawnmowers - during the 1960s.
The 1800's were an extremely important time in the history of John Deere and began the trend towards innovation that would make them a household name for decades to come, according to the Appalachian Blacksmiths Association.
John Deere toys and other pieces of antique playthings were on display during a recent show in Loveland, Colorado.
John Deere's first Fall Fest gave many enthusiasts and current and former company employees the chance to get together and celebrate the company's history.
John Deere fans in Delaware may already have plenty of reasons to attend the state's fair.