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  • John Deere snowmobiles


    John Deere was the trade name of snowmobiles designed and built by John Deere from 1972-1984. The initial design and testing phase came in 1970-1971, when engineers tested other popular snowmobiles, and found ways to improve them. The machines were produced by the John Deere Horicon Works of Horicon, Wisconsin along with lawn and garden products. Lawn and garden equipment is still manufactured there. John Deere also had its own range of snowmobile suits.

  • Fendt


    Fendt logo Fendt logo on a modern tractor's front Fendt 916 Vario with a cultivator Fendt 415 Vario with Krone Forage and Discharge wagonFendt is a German manufacturer of agricultural tractors and machines, manufacturing and marketing a full line of tractors, combine harvesters and balers. It is part of the AGCO Corporation. It was founded in 1937 by Xaver Fendt and purchased by AGCO in 1997.

  • List of John Deere tractors


    Deere & Company, the firm founded by John Deere, began to expand its range of equipment to include the tractor business in 1876. The Deere company briefly experimented with building its own tractor models, the most successful of which was the Dain All-Wheel-Drive.

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