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Encouraging toddlers to get-up-and-go


The Push-N-Go Truck will send baby off on the move and encourages crawling. All baby needs to do is press down on the driver's head and watch the truck start rolling across the floor! 

The truck box also tilts and dumps. This is perfect play for little hands.

John Deere fans of all ages will enjoy this selection of farm and off-road toys! These toys combine John Deere styling with durable design and super cool features. From infant to established collector- there’s something for everyone!


Specifications

Ages 12 months +
 

About John Deere & Company

Deere & Company began when John Deere, born in Rutland, Vermont, USA on February 7, 1804, moved to Grand Detour, Illinois in 1836 in order to escape bankruptcy in Vermont.
Already an established blacksmith, Deere opened a 1,378 square feet (128 m2) shop in Grand Detour in 1837 which allowed him to serve as a general repairman in the village, as well as a manufacturer of small tools such as pitchforks and shovels.

Small tools were just a start, the item that set him apart, was the self-scouring steel plow, which was pioneered in 1837 when John Deere fashioned a Scottish steel saw blade into a plow. Prior to Deere's steel plow, most farmers used iron or wooden plows which stuck to the rich Midwestern soil and had to be cleaned frequently.

The smooth sided steel plow solved this problem, and greatly aided migration into the American Great Plains in the 19th and early 20th century.

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