PZ 1000 RV JOHN DEERE LEGACY
Piece together the history and legacy of John Deere tractors!
Back in 1837, blacksmith John Deere learned his farmer customers in Grand Detour, Illinois had to contend with sticky soil, cleaning their cast-iron plows every few feet. Convinced a highly polished surface would shed soil as it moved through the field, Deere made a plow using steel from a broken sawblade. It worked, and the company has evolved ever since, with sophisticated technology integrated into today’s equipment. A true legacy, you’re sure to enjoy puzzling this great American story!