A classic John Deere event again resulted in millions of dollars for charity organizations.
Students at an elementary school in Des Moines, Iowa, are going to get a chance to pick up goods at a John Deere store thanks to a reading program.
Farm life is something that may be passed down through generations, which includes Wisconsin's Greenfield family.
Third graders in Florida had a chance to experience a bit of farm life through a program at the Highlands County Fairgrounds.
John Deere hats play a prominent role in one tradition held by a Vermont family, according to a report from the Burlington Free Press.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon recent gave farmer Jerry Cox an achievement award recognizing his efforts in farm life.
Officials in Indiana are looking for a 15-year-old Afghani exchanges student who went missing recently.
John Deere toys and other pieces of antique playthings were on display during a recent show in Loveland, Colorado.
Urban dwellers may want to take part in farm life but can't because of their surroundings.
Last year, Nicki Andersen dressed up her pooch in a chicken costume to take part in a fundraising walk that benefits an animal shelter in the northern part of Illinois.
Along with John Deere toys, Lenny Bird and his wife have collected a number of things throughout the years.
Users and fans of John Deere equipment in Louisiana have a chance to honor their favorite farmer through a program sponsored by a number of group.
John Deere fans may have taken their love for agriculture to the social networking scene by playing online games like FarmVille.
John Deere is supporting an agriculture show that may prove a destination of interest for the company's fans.
Recent benefits in Oklahoma included a John Deere-themed toy and helped a family that recently experienced tragedy.
As fall rolls around, parents and their children may be looking for autumn-related activities.
At 92, Illinois farmer Sam Harms still manages to get into his family's John Deere equipment to help out around the fields, according to a recent report in the Bloomington Pantagraph.
A soybean field was harvested in Illinois in order to help the efforts of the Food Resource Bank, which provides international assistance for farming.
While many farmers rely on John Deere tractors and other implements to get their jobs done, having a good team to work with can also be a big help.
Hundreds of thousands of students across the nation took part in the 2010 National Science Experiment, an event that was organized by 4-H and supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Illinois, will host a college fair on November 12.