Where the Equipment’s Made: John Deere Factory Locations in the United States

November 29, 2016

Whether you’re out on a farm, at a construction site, in the forest, or just in your neighborhood, there’s a good chance you’ll see some form of John Deere equipment. The equipment that you see does not all come from one location.

Instead, there are John Deere factory locations around the United States (and the world) that specialize and take pride in producing green and yellow machinery.


So, where exactly is all of this John Deere equipment manufactured?

Here’s a list of John Deere factory locations in the United States that produce the majority of the equipment we see on an everyday basis.

Grovetown, Georgia

  • Utility tractors
  • Compact utility tractors

Peachtree City, Georgia

  • Forestry attachments

East Moline, Illinois

  • Combine harvesters
  • Headers

Ankeny, Iowa

  • Planters
  • Sprayers
  • Cotton harvesters
  • Tillage equipment

Davenport, Iowa

  • Articulated dump trucks
  • Motor graders
  • 4WD loaders
  • Log skidders
  • Felling heads
  • Wheeled feller bunchers

Dubuque, Iowa

  • Crawler dozers
  • High-speed dozers
  • Backhoe loaders
  • Compact track loaders
  • Knuckleboom loaders
  • Skid steer loaders
  • Track feller bunchers
  • Track harvesters

Ottumwa, Iowa

  • Hay equipment
  • Forage equipment

Paton, Iowa

  • Planting equipment

Waterloo, Iowa

  • Engines and castings
  • Ag tractors

Coffeyville, Kansas

  • Power transmission equipment

Thibodaux, Louisiana

  • Sugarcane harvesters
  • Sugarcane loaders
  • Landscape loaders
  • Scrapers

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina

  • Commercial / turf / golf mowers
  • Utility vehicles

Kernersville, North Carolina

  • Hydraulic excavators

Valley City, North Dakota

  • Air seeding equipment
  • Tillage equipment

Greeneville, Tennessee

  • Lawn tractors
  • Mowers
  • Mower attachments

Horicon, Wisconsin

  • Lawn and garden equipment
  • Utility vehicles
  • Golf and turf reel mowers
  • Mower decks

Final Thoughts

Next time you see John Deere equipment in action, refer back to this list so you can gain a better understanding of where it may have originated. To learn more about the pieces of equipment on this list, reach out to your local John Deere dealer or visit Deere.com.

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