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John Deere JD0246 Kids Crib Series Boots Tan Camo - D
Brand : John Deere
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Kid's John Deere Crib Series Boots - JD0246-D
John Deere Crib Series Boots - JD0246 is part of the Crib Series by John Deere. This boot features baby-soft lining for your youngsters gentle feet.
- Tan Crazy Horse Foot
- Pink Leather Top
- Baby-Soft Lining
- Soft Moisture Wicking Lining
- Stitch & Turn Construction
- Velcro Back Closure
- TPR Outsole Grip Pads
- Color: Tan Camo
- Sizes: M (0-4) Full Sizes Only
Today, Deere & Company is one of the world's most admired businesses. But in 1837, John Deere, blacksmith and inventor, had little more than a blacksmith shop, a discarded steel saw, and an idea that would help farmers, changing the face of agriculture for all time. Since its founding in 1837, John Deere history has seen a great many changes in its business, its products, its services.
Take a trip to Grand Detour, Illinois. Walk where John Deere walked, and lived, and invented the world-famous plow. When you tour the John Deere Historic Site, you can experience what life must have been like in 1837. Take in the home John Deere built and an archaeological exhibit that shows the actual site of John Deere's original blacksmith shop.
2011 Deere is listed among the 50 most-admired companies by Fortune magazine and ranked as one of the 100 best global brands by a leading brand-consulting firm. As a sign of the company's emphasis on global growth, sales outside the U.S. and Canada jump by 38%. The company begins work on plants to produce engines, loaders, and ag equipment in China and tractor and combine factories in India. In addition, two factories are planned for Brazil — one for backhoes and wheel loaders, and a joint venture for excavators. John Deere Domodedovo, Russia, begins building forestry skidders and forwarders, and other facilities are expanded in India, Brazil, Argentina, Russia, and the U.S.
2012 The company celebrates its 175th anniversary. Net sales and revenues ($36.2 billion) and net income ($3.1 billion) are new records.