Discover the passion of John Deere customers around the world.
124-year-old ag magazine finds new way to reach readers through audio storytelling.
Nearby ranchers answer emergency call to help family stranded in Colorado.
Retired U.S. Airborne Ranger launches Comfort Farms to heal other veterans and himself.
For the first time in the 10 years since the game launched, Farming Simulator features John Deere equipment.
Miles Stanley saved up to restore his great grandpa's tractor. But there was something missing.
John Deere employee, Lynn Huston, created a compelling series of videos recognizing women in agriculture. See the inspiration behind her vision.
Farmers and contractors throughout Europe competed for top honors.
When hell came to Houston, Willie Rios never gave up. Neither did his 5 Series Tractor.
His John Deere X750 lawn tractor didn’t cut one blade of grass. But that was never its job.
For Ron Meloche, collecting John Deere lawn tractors is more than a hobby...it’s part of his history.
Chicago-area landscaping company, Diaz Group LLC, is flourishing beyond its founder's wildest dreams.
Each celebrating 50 years of employment, Roger Poock, Dick Brannon, and Gaylord Converse have helped make John Deere what it is today.
Mark Johnston, senior engineer at John Deere, has more than 150 vintage farming machines in his collection.
The Huls family has built a 108-year-strong tradition of milking and caring for cows in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley.
Rob Krause and Joanna Mackie are leveraging the forestry resources on their property to generate additional income.
Tonia and Dwayne Streicher are transforming their farm with the help of a John Deere tractor.
Colorful name came from the noggins of rum once sold to travelers taking the old road to Halifax.
Darin Williams believes that healthy soils are the key to fostering a more productive, profitable and sustainable farming operation.
Jeremy and Donna Bartlett co-founded the Tavistock Hop Company, which distributes locally grown hops.
Tarrah and Nathan run their farm with the environmental best practices top-of-mind.
The heart of the agricultural community? Farmers, who are building upon the pride of previous generations.
The staff at Lewis Taylor Farms, located in Tifton, Georgia, is dedicated to food safety and healthy products.
This Michigan gardener leverages guineas to protect her plants and garden from bugs.
Ontario couple brings their dream to life by owning their own farm and growing organic vegetables.
Our fans from around the globe share some of their thoughts and photos about harvest.
The Cornett family brings Italian agriturismo to the Nebraska countryside with their farm-to-table restaurant.
Dee River Ranch in Alabama is taking a more local approach to help feed the world’s growing population.
One very avid waterfowler realizes the 230 species of wildlife supported by California riceland, including 50 species of waterbirds, need protection.
This Kansas farmer is taking action to save water in hopes of stretching the life of the Ogallala Aquifer by generations.
H2 Enterprises grew out of a family farming business into one of the largest turf-grass seeding, fencing, and reclamation operations in the United States.
A Canadian cattle producer offers his opinion on the state of renewable energy sources.
For years, collecting and restoring antique John Deere tractors was much needed therapy for this Iowa farmer.
Optimal dairy production requires moving mass quantities of materials at Riverview, LLP.
Learn more about the importance of rural preservation from real farmers, in their own words.
Kip Tom explains the role technology plays in feeding the future population and how it has helped his family farm grow and evolve.
More than 115,000 cubic yards of dirt were moved to help create RIVERSPORT Rapids center.
Construction workers are early risers, hard workers and expert operators. A job doesn’t define them, but the dedication they put into it does. We asked a few customers to share a snapshot of their daily workload with us.
Teenager, Macy Janssen completely restored a John Deere Model B Tractor as part of her FFA project.
Unlike other herds, Dolan’s 39-head strong remuda is made of steel, 4,000-feet of frayed black rope, bed liner and blue paint.
Building on its California citrus tradition, Limoneira positions for a future based on sustainability
Curtis Lindsey repurchases and restores his family's 40-year-old dozer
School helps fill industry demand for skilled heavy-equipment operators
In bustling downtown Detroit, people gather in bars and restaurants. Shoppers browse through locally owned boutiques. Pedestrians move about the city on foot or jump onto streetcars to take them to the next spot.
Landowners on the historic Santa Fe Trail save its landmarks and share the stories.
When Christy Webber sees children playing outside, getting tired and dirty, she can’t help but feel proud.
We asked farmers if they would be willing to speak to you about agriculture. Several producers took us up on our offer. It’s straight talk, from real farmers and ranchers, in their own words.View Series
We presented five small-farm owners a tractor to use for 10 weeks. In exchange, we asked them to film what life was like on their farm for just a few minutes each day. These are their stories.View Series