Take a closer look at our core values, employees and culture to get a better understanding of what makes us John Deere.
As a kid, Dave Knight loved to work on everything from electrical systems to old engines. And what he learned in his family’s workshop is helping make the world – and your yard – a more beautiful and sustainable place.
Employee volunteers recall their favorite memories of the tournament.
At the Classic, John Deere machines want to play, too!
Dr. Long Wu of John Deere Electronic Solutions is the winner of the 2018 Power Electronics Engineering Fellow.
Dr. Julian Sanchez, director, European Technology Innovation Center is the winner of the 2018 Technology Innovation Fellow.
The Fellow Award is the highest honor John Deere bestows on an individual employee. Now in its fifth year, the Fellows program has recognized 34 employees for their distinguished work and service, including six retirees.View Stories
Our Out of the Vault series dives deep into our archives to give you an exclusive look through more than 175 years of innovation and a commitment to those linked to the land.View Stories
We are now proudly in our 17th year as the title sponsor of the John Deere Classic golf tournament, a fixture on the PGA TOUR schedule since 1971.View Stories
Dr. Fred Nelson of John Deere’s Intelligent Solutions Group (ISG), Urbandale, is the winner of the 2018 Precision Ag Systems Fellow.
Dennis Bowman of John Deere’s Product Engineering Center, Waterloo, Iowa is the winner of the 2018 Tractor Engineering Fellow.
John Deere Senior Economist Kanlaya Barr analyzes industry forecasts to help the company optimize its operations.
Klaus Hoehn, John Deere’s Senior Advisor of Innovation & Technology is the winner of the 2018 Senior Fellow Award.
Rosalind “Roz” Fox went from stocking shelves at a department store to running a billion-dollar factory because she never let anything – or anyone – define her dreams.
A competition, put on in partnership with the FFA, challenges students and teaches skills of ag technicians.
An accident changed his life forever. How John Deere helped Kendale Dosselman get back to work.
Troy Maddox’s art won’t be displayed in a gallery – and that’s just fine with him.
Deere engineer crosses the line from designing to testing equipment — and loves it!
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.