In this quick-hit video from Farm Equipment, John Deere Historian Neil Dahlstrom provides context to the 19th century farm equipment industry and how the John Deere company and its Plow Works in East Moline, Ill., made a name for itself among a crowded market of 2,000 different plow manufacturers.
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