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Taking a Look Through Time: Exploring John Deere Logo History

January 22, 2021

Though John Deere fashioned his first polished-steel plow in Grand Detour, Illinois in 1837, the evolution of his company took years and remained a small operation for quite some time. By the time he had employed 16 people, the operation was still without a name and a logo. However, in 1868, more than 31 years after John Deere’s operation started as a partnership or single proprietorship, it was incorporated under the name Deere & Company.

John Deere Logos Throughout the Years

The company existed for several years and after a brief spell of success – and then failure – the operations began to solidify and consolidate in Illinois. In 1876, after some deliberation, John Deere registered a logo: The “leaping deer” trademark.

10 John Deere Valentine’s Gifts for Your Loved Ones

February 1, 2016

For the lover of agriculture in your life, there are several John Deere Valentine’s gifts you may want to consider purchasing before February 14. Whether your significant other loves tractors or just everything about the brand, there are several options to suit his or her tastes.

John Deere Gifts

Here are 10 gift ideas to celebrate the love-filled holiday:

Women’s Heart Belongs To Farmer Hooded Sweatshirt

This hooded sweatshirt says “My Heart Belongs to a Farmer,” and it includes the classic John Deere logo on the front.