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The Golden John Deere - Antique Tractor Blog

The Golden John Deere - Antique Tractor Blog


…At first they made their own early tractors, but in 1918 they ended their own experimentation and purchased the Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company. They manufactured the Waterloo Boy tractor for many years. It wasn’t until 1923 that they introduced a tractor under their own name – the John Deere…
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IL - GP Jamboree & Waterloo Boy Reunion - Antique Tractor Blog

IL - GP Jamboree & Waterloo Boy Reunion - Antique Tractor Blog


IL  GP Jamboree & Waterloo Boy Reunion 04/18/2017 Leave a Comment Written by Tricia Morrissey Calendar Add to Calendar * Add to Timely Calendar * Add to Google * Add to Outlook * Add to Apple Calendar * Add to other calendar * Export to XML Click to view map When: 08/10/2018 – 08/12/2018…

How Tractors Replaced Horses - Antique Tractor Blog

How Tractors Replaced Horses - Antique Tractor Blog


…time, farmers began to seriously look into tractors as an alternative source of power.   The Fordson, McCormick-Deering 10-20, and John Deere Waterloo Boy (among many other manufacturers and models) stepped in to fill this need for power on American farms. Production skyrocketed during the war. In…

How the Nebraska Tractor Tests Got Started - Antique Tractor Blog

How the Nebraska Tractor Tests Got Started - Antique Tractor Blog


…state as well. The law passed in 1919. By 1920, the University of Nebraska was ready to begin tests. The first tractor tested was John Deere’s Waterloo Boy tractor, quickly followed by 68 more tractors tested that year. The Nebraska Tests quickly developed an excellent reputation. They caught on…


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