John Deere

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Noun1.John Deere - United States industrialist who manufactured plows suitable for working the prairie soil (1804-1886)John Deere - United States industrialist who manufactured plows suitable for working the prairie soil (1804-1886)
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John Deere, which makes articulated dump trucks, backhoe loaders, compact track loaders as well as tractors and combine harvesters, developed the international award to raise standards among its thousands of global suppliers.
When I figured these factors into the total cost, the John Deere was the least expensive of all the mowers I considered.
David Lowes, the founder of John Deere dealership Greenlay Ltd of Choppington in Northumberland, made his own mark on the company's history, by effectively pioneering the use of John Deere diesel engined lawn tractors for commercial mowing in the UK.
Finnish industrial technology company Etteplan Oyj said on Friday (1 December) that its subsidiaries, DokuMentori Oy and John Deere Forestry Oy, have signed a frame agreement of transference of technical documentation business to DokuMentori Oy.
The John Deere Foundation, the philanthropic organization of Deere & Co., will provide $1 million to support ongoing relief and restoration efforts related to the Asian earthquake and tsunami disaster.
John Deere officials noted that the company's Waterloo, IA tractor assembly plant and East Moline, IL combine manufacturing plant will be the first to implement the policy, with B2 fueling beginning by March 1.
There are John Deere AgPro dealerships at Grady, Stuttgart and Pine Bluff.
Beginning with the 2002 model year, John Deere Harvester Works' entire line of combines will include body panels molded with HarvestForm composite.
John Deere Waterloo Works is expected to have 1,000 workers retire in the next six years and will need replacement workers.