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  1. Heligan invests in its future
    16 February 2017

    Cornwall’s award-winning The Lost Gardens of Heligan estate has re-established a working partnership with John Deere and local professional turf equipment dealer Masons Kings after more than 20 years.

  2. A new XUV 590i S4 Gator utility vehicle coming off the production line at the John Deere Horicon Works factory in Horicon, Wisconsin, USA.
    31 January 2017

    The first major expansion in 30 years at the John Deere Horicon Works factory in Horicon, Wisconsin, USA has resulted in a new 388,000ft² facility for manufacturing the company’s popular Gator utility vehicles.

  3. Sherriff extends John Deere dealership area
    19 January 2017

    John Deere dealer Thomas Sherriff & Co, based at new premises in Haddington, East Lothian, has bought the business of W M Dodds at Jedburgh and set up a new outlet in Hexham to take over the territory previously managed by Everitt & Marshall.

  4. John Deere fairway mowers getting the Trump Turnberry course ready for the 2015 Ricoh Women's British Open.
    10 January 2017

    The history of golf at Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire continues to evolve, with the summer of 2016 marking the official reopening of the world renowned Ailsa course, following extensive changes by golf course architect Martin Ebert. In summer 2017, King Robert the Bruce will be unveiled as Trump Turnberry’s second major course.

  5. John Deere firsts for apprentice training
    08 December 2016

    John Deere’s first female and forestry technicians have been registered in the latest intake for the company’s award winning apprenticeship scheme, managed by training provider ProVQ, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.

  6. Part of Woburn Golf Club’s John Deere fairway mower fleet preparing for the 2016 Ricoh Women's British Open (photo supplied by Tillers Turf Company Ltd).
    22 September 2016

    In a 'normal' year John Clarke, courses manager at Woburn Golf Club in Buckinghamshire, has a greenkeeping staff of 40, of which 12 work on the Marquess golf course. When the club hosts a professional tournament, as it did this year with the 40th Ricoh Women's British Open, the greenkeeping staff numbers rise to 80 for the tournament course alone.

  7. John Deere dealer welcomes Northern Ireland Guild
    20 September 2016

    Members of the Northern Ireland Guild of Agricultural Journalists thoroughly enjoyed their recent visit to the John Deere dealership Johnston Gilpin & Co Ltd near Lisburn in County Antrim.

  8. Brian D’Arcy of John Deere, The Belfry’s Angus Macleod and Matt Gilks of Farol Hinckley, with some of the greenkeeping staff and their new machines.
    01 September 2016

    Only one golf course in the world can boast that it’s hosted more Ryder Cup matches than any other venue – and that’s The Belfry Hotel & Resort in North Warwickshire.

  9. Godfreys announces dealership changes
    19 August 2016

    Godfreys (Sevenoaks) Ltd has decided to sell its professional turf business to fellow dealers Burden Bros Agri Ltd and Farol Ltd by the end of October 2016. Terms are not being disclosed, but the decision by Godfreys’ directors has the full agreement and approval of John Deere Limited, and is supported by the other dealers involved.

  10. The First Tee logo
    18 August 2016

    John Deere has announced an extension of its commitment to The First Tee, the US-based non-profit youth development organisation that uses golf to teach life and leadership skills to young people.

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