20 Fascinating Farm Facts for Kids

October 24, 2016

With school back in session, kids are willing and eager to learn about all kinds of things, including agriculture and general happenings around the farm. Questions like “What crop is the most important in the United States?” or “How much milk can a cow make?” are some of the most common inquiries adults are faced with.


We will answer a number of these questions and offer up other farm facts for kids, so the learning can continue once they’re home from a day at school. Enjoy!

Corn Facts for Kids

  • The most important crop to the United States is corn.

Power Train ’66: A John Deere Marketing Legend

October 17, 2016

Today, if you turn on the television, visit a website, tune in to your favorite radio station, or pick up a magazine, you could very well hear or see a mention of the John Deere brand. John Deere’s marketing efforts are one of the key components that have made the brand what it is today, and its marketing roots can be traced many decades back.


The company’s annual new product introductions typically draw the most buzz within the agriculture community, and back in 1966, its “Power Train ’66” campaign had the industry buzzing more than it ever had before. Today, a half century later, we want to reminisce on this marketing marvel and describe to those that may have not been around exactly why it was such a memorable campaign.

A Spotlight on the Features of the John Deere Gator XUV 620i

October 12, 2016

When it comes to taking on heavy-duty jobs, you need a utility vehicle that you can rely on, regardless of terrain. The John Deere Gator™ XUV 620i is designed to ensure that you never have to worry about being able to tackle a job outdoors. This utility vehicle is designed for stability and productivity, and it will last for years to come.


Let’s take a look at some of the features of the John Deere Gator XUV 620i.

John Deere 5085E vs. 5085M Utility Tractor Comparison

October 10, 2016

There are several options to choose from when it comes to utility tractors, and John Deere has many in its product line. The John Deere 5085E and 5085M are two utility tractors you may want to consider for your own needs, but how do they stack up against each other?


Here is a John Deere 5085E vs. 5085M breakdown. With this comparison, you’ll be able to make a more informed decision.

2017 John Deere Combine Updates: What You Should Know

October 6, 2016

Each John Deere department (all 54 of them) has a Continuous Improvement team that is focused on taking quality to the next level. With this goal in place, combine models just keep getting better with each and every year that goes by, and 2017 is no different.

2017 John Deere Combine

Take a journey with us to learn about new improvements made to the 2017 John Deere combines and see how they are built to run even better than they look. Enjoy these videos!

New Features of the 2017 John Deere Combines

A Look at John Deere’s New 2032R, 2038R and 3025E Tractors

October 3, 2016

News out of Cary, North Carolina at the end of August sparked the interest of the John Deere community as new compact utility tractor models were added to the 2R and 3E Series. Each of the new models were based on customer feedback and are designed with a combination of power and comfort at top of mind.


Let’s take a closer look at each of the three new compact utility tractor models and examine why they’re welcomed additions to their respective families.

John Deere 2032R and 2038R

John Deere 2032R and 2038R

Crop Harvesting: 6 John Deere Apps to Simplify the Process

September 28, 2016

With the crop harvesting season upon us, producers from all parts of the country will be spending numerous hours in the fields, working hard to provide the world with the food sources it needs to help feed a growing population.

While there are no shortcuts to success, there are some tools available that can simplify the crop harvesting process a bit, including a number of John Deere apps.


Here’s a list of six John Deere apps that can potentially make life easier for producers this fall.

1. GoHarvest


John Deere X758 vs. 1025R Tractor Comparison

September 26, 2016

Thanks to full-time four-wheel-drive and a host of other features, the John Deere X758 is a great option for handling property care tasks, even across rough terrain. Backed by fine-tuned engineering and many features of its own, the John Deere 1025R is also an effective piece of equipment for just about any project that can be encountered on a property.


These two models are very popular among the Deere customer base and we’ve seen buyers and existing customers looking for information to understand what’s similar and different between the two. With this in mind, we’ve put together a John Deere X758 vs. 1025R model comparison. Let’s have a look:

Video Gallery: How to Navigate the John Deere SolutionsPlus App

September 22, 2016

Have you visited the John Deere App Center lately? If you’re looking to increase the performance and uptime of your machines, while lowering the cost of operation – we’d highly recommend it.

John Deere offers a variety of mobile apps that help you get the most out of your equipment on a daily basis. One of the newest is the John Deere SolutionsPlus app for managing technology product offerings from John Deere.


Whether operating equipment for agriculture, construction or forestry, the SolutionsPlus app is used to support, configure, and enable the functionality of John Deere precision technology.

Key Information About the John Deere 2305

September 21, 2016

The John Deere 2305 tractor is not only powerful, but compact and versatile. It comes standard with four-wheel drive, as well as power steering and a hydrostatic transmission, making it a great option for mowing and loader work.

John Deere 2305

Let’s take a closer look at the some of the other key features.

TNV Series Engine

The TNV Series engine of the John Deere 2305 comes with three cylinders. It is powered by diesel, and the engine itself was developed to meet Tier II Environmental Protection Agency standards. This means that it has low levels of both exhaust and emissions, giving operators peace of mind as they work.