Michigan City, IN (PRWEB) August 6, 2009
TM Productions visited the famed Waterloo, IA assembly factory to film John Deere Country, Part 3, How John Deere Makes Tractors.
TM cameras were allowed in for a rare look at the creation of John Deere's largest tractor, the 9000 series. Follow the action from pre-assembly through the new, multi-million dollar robotic paint installation, cab assembly, final assembly and testing. Marvel at the sheer size and state-of-art technology of these amazing machines.
See the tracks installed on to a track tractor while the narrator compares the pros and cons of a tractor on tracks to a tractor on wheels. See John Deere 7000, 8000, and 9000 series tractors working the fields using the latest technology and pulling the newest and largest implements.
The DVD also contains exclusive archival footage showing how John Deere factories operated in the 30s, 60s and 90s.
John Deere Country, Part 3, How John Deere Makes Tractors is entertaining, educational, with network-quality production values - a fascinating blend of John Deere's newest and best with the legendary John Deere tractors of the past. Prepare to be amazed.
Since 2005, TM Productions has released ten titles about John Deere farm and construction equipment. These shows are aimed at kids and teach the basics of farming and construction - what the machines do and how they do it. There was such a positive response, a new series, John Deere Country, was produced to entertain the entire family. John Deere Country, Part 1 explored how combines are made at the John Deere Harvester Works in East Moline, IL. In John Deere Country, Part 2, TM traveled the country interviewing John Deere enthusiasts, listened to their trenchant stories of loyalty, work ethic and their indomitable will to prevail.
John Deere Country, Part 3, How John Deere Makes Tractors
Running time: 120 minutes.
Release date: August 10, 2009
To order: http://www.tmbv.com, 1-800-892-2822 or your local John Deere Dealer.
TM Productions is licensed to produce videos for John Deere, Caterpillar, Lionel, Boeing and Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. TM productions have aired on network TV, PBS, RFD-TV, and cable stations across the country.
TM's flagship series, the wildly popular I Love Toy Trains, has sold over 3,000,000 copies, the most ever for an independently produced children's show. Sales have been fueled by rave reviews in the national media (USA Today, People Magazine, Disney's Wondertimes Magazine, New York Magazine, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Amazon.com, and the Library Journal. Awards include the prestigious Parents' Choice and the Parenting Magazine Award for Excellence.
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