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  • We Can't Let John Deere Destroy the Very Idea of Ownership

    04/22/15 ,via Wired

    It makes sense to John Deere : The company argues that allowing people to alter the software—even for the purpose of repair—would “make it possible for pirates, third-party developers, and less innovative competitors to free-ride off the creativity

  • Slideshow: The most-read stories of April

    05/01/15 ,via Madison.com

    The store, founded by John Baum's great-grandfather in 1895, is housed in a building constructed in 1904. Baum's father sold the store in 1972, but 13 years ago, Baum and his wife, Gale, purchased the store, bringing it back into Baum family ownership.

  • Consider Agriculture

    04/23/15 ,via Harvard Crimson

    that may not have the glamour of the finance-consulting-law school trifecta, but has far more utility. It's time to retire the myths that make agriculture foreign and third-class. You don't need to wear a John Deere hat to drive a John Deere

  • Vermont keeps its secrets in plain sight

    04/25/15 ,via Boston Globe (subscription)

    So were Lincoln debater Stephen Douglas, tractor magnate John Deere , Admiral George Dewey, the founders of The New York Times and the New York Herald Tribune (George Jones and Horace Greeley, respectively, who were both from Poultney), and Joseph Smith

Consider Agriculture - Harvard Crimson

Farm to Coffee Table Few things make me happier than drinking coffee on the broken tailgate of Jake’s pick-up while the summer sun rises over the farm. Cutting heads of lettuce with one perfect, clean stroke is one of them. Picking wineberries from thorny bushes until the marginal cost of bloody hands catches up to the marginal pleasure of their sweet, tart taste is another. The type of happiness I derive from these things is an intoxicating brand of exotic pleasure. An Ivy League millennial—let alone an Indian boy from New Jersey—shouldn’t engage the farming idyll. And maybe that’s why I do. Farming is the closest I’ve gotten to a cocaine addiction. It makes up for years of absent teenage angst and rebellion in a guy whose badassery had been limited to talking trash at his third grade Field Day. This forbidden and unordinary value that we—that I—place on agriculture attracts fewer people to the field than an increasingly insatiable America needs. Around this time of year in 2010, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack aimed to increase the number of American farmers by 100,000 by now. Instead, the volume of new farmers has plummeted by 20. Source: www.thecrimson.com

Vermont keeps its secrets in plain sight - Boston Globe (subscription)

Albans museum exhibit that commemorates the only Civil War battle in New England — with a diorama, panicky broadsides warning neighboring towns, even some of the $208,000 the Confederates stole from the local bank before they mounted up and fled... One reason is that, although its quaint towns were models for the likes of Norman Rockwell, Robert Frost, and Grandma Moses, this state also has produced an astonishing number of people who made history elsewhere. Continue reading below. and Chester Alan Arthur (though there’s evidence that Arthur actually came into the world across the border in Canada, and therefore served illegally). So were Lincoln debater Stephen Douglas, tractor magnate John Deere , Admiral George Dewey, the founders of The New York Times and the New York Herald Tribune (George Jones and Horace Greeley, respectively, who were both from Poultney), and Joseph... Source: www.bostonglobe.com
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  • The John Deere way

    John Wiley & Sons. 2005. ISBN: 9780471734291,0471734292. 240 pages.
  • John Deere two-cylinder Collectibles: collector's Reference Guide

    ISBN: 1610606507,9781610606509.
  • John Deere tractors

    Voyageur Press. 2015. ISBN: 0760317534,9780760317532. 128 pages.

    John Deere two cylinder tractors helped build a solid foundation for this American institution--not to mention the nation. John Deere tractors tells the early history of the company and the production of these popular models. Far from being a simple list, however, is the book about how the ...

  • Warman of John Deere Collectibles

    Krause Publications. 2008. ISBN: 9781440221484,1440221480. 256 pages.

    All John Deere collectibles, out of a few rare items, including tin dealer signs for the General collected coffee mugs have been identified, priced and described in this full-color book. Of the thousands of deals in this great guide to "green" its featured items modern dealer signs and displays ...

  • John Deere

    Lerner Publications. 2006. ISBN: 9780822565796,082256579X. 48 pages.

    Born in Rutland, Vermont, John Deere served a four-year apprenticeship to a blacksmith and worked at that trade until 1837. The tools used by pioneer farmers of that day were cumbersome and ineffective for cutting and turning the prairie soil. To alleviate the problem, Deere and a ...

  • John Deere tips the hat to local plant

    03/31/15 ,via Greenville Online

    Employees at the Fisher Barton plant in Fountain Inn make 40,000 lawnmower blades a day. The blades go into lawnmowers sold around the world under major brand names, or they’re shipped to distributors of replacement parts. Representatives of one of the ...

  • John Deere Scores Hat-trick at 2015 SIMA Show

    12/01/14 ,via thecropsite.com

    GERMANY - Three innovative John Deere concepts will receive gold and silver innovation awards plus a special mention at the 2015 SIMA show in Paris (February 22-26). “This achievement recognises John Deere’s commitment to innovation and advanced ...

  • Austin Kearns and John Deere Hats

    04/19/07 ,via The Washington Post

    I went to yesterday's Nats game. Basically, I was there to try to find something quirky enough for my appearance on Washington Post Live. Which is why my heart fluttered when I saw Austin Kearns walking off the field following batting practice, with two ...


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