What started as a father-son visit to the John Deere Pavilion, marked a milestone and uncovered a family’s deep connection to the John Deere brand.
The 91st National FFA Convention celebrated the 75-year partnership between John Deere and FFA, and spotlighted the shared vision and goals of the two organizations.
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One of Deere’s first training videos explains the special features of the Model “GP” Tractor.
Together, John Deere and The National FFA Organization shape students to be future ag leaders.
In the year 2093, a group of FFA members will unearth a time capsule. What will they find?
Deere equipment proves to be the perfect solution for Brazilian sea salt extraction.
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Ontario, Canada native Tony Jones is using his Gator XUV 855D to aid his volunteering efforts in Haiti.
A recognized general contractor uses an all-Deere fleet to level the playing field — and keep it ready for game day, too.
A trip to Ford's factories reminded Deere leaders of the importance of creating products that meet customers’ needs.
A man whose passion for the Waterloo Boy nearly 100 years ago still inspires his descendants today.
We aren’t as fast, but our revolutionary new boom is leaving competitors in the dust.
The 2018 John Deere Classic Chairman’s Dinner celebrated and honored individuals who are making a lasting impression in their communities.
Meet Serena Chen, 2018 John Deere Power for Good scholarship winner & World Food Prize award recipient.
The design of the 8000 Series Tractor aimed to improve visibility, enhance serviceability, and achieve a 99% turning radius.
Nothing runs like a Deere. And for Susan Potter, nothing flies like one, either.
In the largely arid land of northern Ghana, the challenges facing smallholder farmers are many, yet their desire to improve their livelihoods is greater.
TechnoServe trains female farmers on agricultural practices, entrepreneurship, and ways to create new markets for their crops.
See how smallholder farmer, Amos Bangmaligu put his Mobile Training Unit (MTU) learnings into practice to become one of the first mechanization service providers in his village.
TechnoServe's Mobile Training Unit (MTU) program teaches farming best practices to dairy farmers and staple-grain growers in Kenya and Ghana.