John Deere Harvester Works

John Deere Harvester Works: An Inside Look

October 17, 2017

As the global population continues to expand, crop producers, farm managers, equipment manufacturers, dealers, and others must all work together to maximize farming efficiency and continue to harvest the land for food. Over the years, the harvesting process has evolved, and so too has the equipment that’s used to assist. John Deere is just one of many equipment manufacturers in the industry, but the iconic green and yellow machinery can be found scattered across farms both in the United States and abroad.

So, where exactly is this harvesting equipment produced? John Deere Harvester Works, located in East Moline, Illinois, is one such location.

John Deere Agricultural Engineers Win “Member of the Year”

May 23, 2012

John Deere 9770 STS Combine

The annual awards meeting of the Quad City Section of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) recognizes individuals in the region who help to advance the sector through the use of innovative practices and dedication to their specific craft.

The Geneseo Republic reported that the 2012 awards recognized two Geneseo, Illinois, residents, as Anne Ryerson was named “Young Member of the Year,” and Tom Hitzhusen was named “Member of the Year.”

According to the news source, Ryerson served as the section’s chair this past year and is a product safety and compliance engineer with the John Deere Harvester Works and Seeding Group.