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. Have you ever wondered where this equipment is manufactured, though?

It is no secret that John Deere plays an important role across the globe, especially within the United States. In order to fully understand this impact, we feel it is important to know where the equipment comes from.

Day in and day out, there are dedicated individuals across the country that specialize and take pride in producing green and yellow machinery. Here’s a list of John Deere factory locations in the United States that produce a majority of the equipment we see on a daily basis.

Grovetown, Georgia

Peachtree City, Georgia

East Moline, Illinois

Ankeny, Iowa

Davenport, Iowa

Dubuque, Iowa

Ottumwa, Iowa

Paton, Iowa

Waterloo, Iowa

Coffeyville, Kansas

  • Power transmission equipment

Thibodaux, Louisiana

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina

Kernersville, North Carolina

  • Hydraulic excavators

Valley City, North Dakota

Greeneville, Tennessee

Horicon, Wisconsin

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

Final Thoughts

Next time you see any of this equipment in action, refer back to this list of John Deere factory locations so you can gain a better understanding of where it may have originated.

If you have any questions about John Deere equipment, you can contact your local John Deere dealer.

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