• (noun): United States industrialist who manufactured plows suitable for working the prairie soil (1804-1886).
    Synonyms: John Deere

Some articles on deere:

List Of John Deere Tractors - Unstyled Row Crop Tractors
... Deere made their first unstyled rowcrop tractor in 1929 to compete with the Farmall ... In 1933 Deere started experimenting with what would come to be known as the model A ... The A launched Deere into the rowcrop farming market ...
List Of John Deere Tractors - 2000s - 2008
... introduced another compact diesel tractor the 27 hp 3005 which is essentially an updated John Deere 870 ... On the back of the John Deere publication the The Furrow (Summer 2008) is a signup for new equipment ...
List Of John Deere Tractors
... Deere Company, the firm founded by John Deere, began to expand its range of equipment to include the tractor business in 1876 ... The Deere Company briefly experimented with building its own tractor models, the most successful of which was the Dain All-Wheel-Drive ...
List Of John Deere Tractors - Model D (Spoker Model D)
... a rather severe farm economy depression at the time, Deere management decided to build a Model D prototype in 1923, designed by Muir L ... The Deere Model D was produced from March 1, 1923 to July 3, 1953, the longest production span of all the two-cylinder John Deere tractors ... not, however, the first tractor to bear the Deere name - as a number of Deere experimental tractors, and the John Deere Dain "All Wheel Drive" tractor (of which ...
Sweet Right Here - Track Listing
... You" (Osborn, Connie Harrington) - 347 "Love Goes On" (Osborn, Jason Deere) - 419 "I Dare You" (Osborn, Deere) - 335 "Good Together (Bucket and Chicken)" (Osborn, Harrington ...

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