See a John Deere 9520 tractor and 1600 elevated scraper decorated with over 20 miles of Christmas lights. Remember the beat-up old model H you saw in Part 1? Well, now it looks brand new thanks to a sparkling new paint job. We show you how it was done. We visit an antique power show in Colorado. See John Deere windrowers, hay balers, laoders, and skid-steers -- all in action. All aboard for a spectacular exhibit featuring John Deere model trains and toys. We call it "John Deere Heaven -- where everything is mellow and even the cows are green and yellow." Otto is back operating a remote control John Deere 9520! Plus more new songs by award-winning composer/performer James Coffey. Narrated by Jeff.
”You have to get this series if you have a train fan in your life. It's just that simple. Aimed at toddlers, it is narrated by a child but it makes it all that much more interesting from their viewpoint. These trains do just about everything and it's neat to hear your toddler's reactions to what is going on. My favorite is when the trains get a bath - I heard all about that one from my little one! Grab all these that you can - they really are great videos and clean, which is definitely nice!” carolyn "shopperextrodinaire" (Canal Winchester, OH)
“My son and daughter (ages 2 and 3 respectively) and I have been watching this series off of RFD-TV and we love it. It's got music, lots of action, some humor, great photographic quality and lots of history. It's hosted by a kid, which should tell you what audience this is aimed at. We don't have the DVD yet.. but if it's the same as what's shown on RFD-TV, which I'm sure it is, it's sure to be a favorite. At this age, they like it much better than "There Goes a Train", which has very little train action and lots of adults talking.” Philip Shisbey (Lake Elsinore, CA)
”Be warned... this is the video that tripped my son's obsession with trains! He has been wathching this one probably at least weekly for a year and a half. He loves looking at the trains, singing the songs, and listening to Jeff (the narrator). I was looking for something innocuous to be an electronic babysitter, and even better than that my son now spouts tidbits about trains.” jane "jane" (Los Angeles)
”My toddler son has all of the dvds in the series. They are his favorite videos in the world and continue to hold his attention after many viewings. I'm not a big fan of sticking a kid in front of a TV, but every parent knows that once in a while something is needed to keep him busy so you can get something done. This one does the trick EVERY TIME. This video is referred to by my son as "the one with the John Deere chainsaw in it." I enjoy watching the series myself, unlike many of the intolerable kiddie videos with their stupid characters and insane music.” Big Daddy (TN)