Deere Customers

Twitter Fan #Harvest20 Media Gallery: John Deere Harvest Equipment

October 7, 2020

The time is finally here: #Harvest20. While farmers were faced with several unexpected challenges this year, they continued to put in the work needed to maximize yields during the planting season. And as they head back out into their fields, many are relying on John Deere harvest equipment to help end this agricultural cycle on a strong note. By employing Deere’s range of combines, including the new X Series models, corn heads, and windrowers, among others, farmers across the country will enjoy maximum productivity and minimum downtime.

How John Deere Technology Helped to Expand Operations at TLK Dairy

August 12, 2020

Running operations at a dairy farm on a daily basis is no easy task, but when you have John Deere technology at your fingertips, the job is simplified. Everything from JDLink to HarvestLab 3000 can boost productivity and efficiency, and TLK Dairy is one business that has learned all about the benefits of integrating John Deere technology.

Reaping the Benefits of HarvestLab 3000

TLK Dairy is a large-scale dairy provider that operates out of Mountain Home, Idaho. Terry Ketterling is TLK Dairy’s owner, president, and CEO, meaning he knows all about the intricacies that go into running the dairy business on a daily basis.

Why True Value Rental Relies on John Deere for Customer Success

July 8, 2020

When there are unmet jobs that need to be addressed through the use of efficient machinery, John Deere customers know that they can turn to the company for all of their needs. Whether they need a crawler dozer or a compact utility tractor, Deere has it ready and waiting to go into operation. True Value Rental is one of the companies that relies on Deere equipment, and it continues to work with the business to provide its customers with everything they need to tackle a wide array of tasks.

Twitter Fan #Plant20 Media Gallery: John Deere Planting Equipment in Action

April 6, 2020

It’s that time of year again – the 2020 planting season is finally here! After dealing with a particularly rainy winter, farmers across the country have been rearing to get their John Deere planting equipment out of storage and enjoy some time out in the field. From planters to air drills and seeders, our fans know that with John Deere on their side, there’s no doubt that #plant20 will be a success.

We searched across Twitter for images and videos that we felt best represented how John Deere planting equipment ensures maximum productivity throughout this season.  We wanted to recognize those who took the time to capture these images and videos in order to showcase what this equipment can really do.

How Griffin Contracting Gets the Most Out of John Deere Technology

March 31, 2020

Owning a construction business isn’t always easy, but with John Deere machinery, Griffin Contracting owner and president Brent Bazemore is finding it much simpler to operate these days.

Griffin Contracting, which was founded back in 2001, focuses on everything from site preparation to paving. The company has about 80 employees, and although it has grown quickly, Bazemore admits that it has not always been innovative along the way.

Exploring the Role of the John Deere 850L at Dubuque County Landfill

January 14, 2020

When it comes to taking on a large expanse of land, John Deere customers know they can rely on the company for the right machinery to manage the task at hand. This is what workers at the Dubuque County Landfill do to carry out their daily activities, and it’s the John Deere 850L Crawler Dozer that makes their jobs that much easier on a regular basis.

Taking on the Trash

Moving and loading trash around the landfill would be difficult without the right machinery, which is why John Gotto, who works at the Dubuque County Landfill, is grateful for his John Deere 850L Crawler Dozer.

Twitter Fan #Harvest19 Media Gallery: John Deere Harvest Equipment in Action

December 9, 2019

While #Harvest19 posed several challenges, farmers across the country still put in the work day in and day out to get the most out of their fields. Despite facing some obstacles, primarily due to less than ideal weather, John Deere harvest equipment was there to help farmers ensure the best possible harvest season. From corn heads to combines, this equipment played a key role in making #Harvest19 one to remember.

We searched across Twitter for images and videos that we felt best represented how John Deere harvest equipment ensures maximum productivity throughout this season.  We wanted to recognize those who took the time to capture these images and videos in order to showcase what this equipment can really do.

How John Deere Helps Haskell Lemon Construction Reduce Downtime

December 4, 2019

While the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl presented several challenges for many Americans, both during and after the fact, one of the rare success stories involved the Lemon family. Once Haskell and Irene Lemon graduated from the University of Oklahoma in the mid-1930s, they knew they wanted to stay in the area. They initially worked as equipment operators, spreading gravel on country roads across the state.

“They always wanted to work in Oklahoma City where the state department of transportation is located, but it was dominated by large contractors,” says their grandson Jay Lemon, current co-owner of Haskell Lemon Construction Co., along with his partner and cousin, Ken Wert. “Then, in the late 1940s, they had the opportunity to begin their own paving company.”

How IUOE Local 318 Benefits from Employing John Deere Equipment

October 30, 2019

Founded in 1896, the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) is a trade union that represents operating engineers who primarily focus on heavy equipment, as well as mechanics, surveyors, and health industry workers. IUOE Local 318 is led by Justin May and Noah Ridgway, who get through their busy days with the help of a fleet of Deere machines, including everything from dozers to articulated dump trucks. Without Deere, their day jobs would be much more difficult.

Learning Why Circle Line Relies on the Power Behind John Deere Engines

October 2, 2019

John Deere is a longtime producer of powerful engines, meaning companies know that they can turn to the business for reliable equipment that will last a lifetime. This is why Circle Line, New York’s oldest maritime sightseeing service, uses John Deere PowerTech 6.8L engines to drive their ships and keep them running smoothly.

Gus Markou, the president of New York Cruise Lines, has always been interested in ships. Right from the start, he knew that his line, which has been in operation since 1945, needed to be efficient in order to continue standing the test of time. With its products and engines, John Deere was an easy decision for him.