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Lens on History: Old Deere dealership still running

In 1837, an Illinois blacksmith named John Deere built his first plow from a broken saw blade ... but there already was a rival International Harvester dealer less than 100 yards away. After two years of selling tractors, Nietz decided to focus...

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Ag in the Classroom book to plow into John Deere history - Wisconsin State Farmer

A young blacksmith from Vermont named John Deere — that’s who. Wisconsin native and author Tracy Nelson Mauer's book “John Deere, That’s Who. ” educates students about agricultural advancements in technology, efficiency and productivity and has been chosen as the 2018 Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom Book of the Year. Mauer's 40-page book details the industry-changing contribution of John Deere who invented the steel plow after observing Illinois farmers toiling to turn the soil. Each year, the Ag in the Classroom program holds an essay contest in conjunction with the book of the year for fourth and fifth grade students throughout the state. This year’s essay contest topic is, “Inventions that have made agriculture great”. “Technology is something that many students don’t associate with agriculture,” said Darlene Arneson, Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom Coordinator in a news release. “This year’s book and essay contest will give students the opportunity to explore how technology is helping.

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“Technology is something that many students don’t associate with agriculture,” said Darlene Arneson, Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom coordinator. “This year’s book and essay contest will give students the opportunity to explore how technology is helping produce food, fuel and fiber, and for teachers to incorporate ag into their STEM curriculum. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. PLEASE TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK. Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Share with Us. We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article.

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‘John Deere’ shares story at chautauqua

John Deere announced his retirement from John Deere and Co. from ... Deere went on from the stage to explain that in 1841 he had his family relocated and was manufacturing 75 to 100 plows per year at the time. But a distrust of his partner prompted him ... ...

Lens on History: Old Deere dealership still running

In 1837, an Illinois blacksmith named John Deere built his first plow from a broken saw blade ... but there already was a rival International Harvester dealer less than 100 yards away. After two years of selling tractors, Nietz decided to focus solely ... ...

From de-icing to plows, BOSS launches new lineup of snow removal products

Both spreaders have a capacity of 100 pounds. The new SK12 skid-steer box plow ... BOSS also offers straight-blade and V-plow tractor plows for use with certain models of John Deere and Kubota tractors. ...

David Sears deserves credit for his vision of Moline

The dam, spanning Sylvan Slough between the east end of Arsenal Island and the Moline shore near today’s 15th Street, and its power lured, among others, John Deere and his plow factory to Moline ... They were also among the first 100 settlers in Rock ... ...