Picks up where our All About John Deere series left off. More wall-to-wall John Deere action. See twelve 8020s at the 8020 Reunion. Learn about the John Deere Cotton Picker, Motor Grader, and Skid Steer. We talk prepping the field and we visit John Deere Heaven to see toy trains, tractors, and trucks. Plus five new songs by James Coffey, more fun with Otto, and a parade of the craziest looking tractors you've ever seen. Prepare to be amazed! (40 minutes.)
"This movie picks up where the All About John Deere for Kids series left off. My son has that series and loves this one. It is narrated by kids and it easy for them to understand. He loves learning about what the different equipment does and talks about it a lot. If you like the All About John Deere for Kids, then I think you would like this too." Megan Melanson
"My 3 yr. son loves this dvd and my 20 month old girl loves it as well! We all love the catchy tunes and sing along with it. " Susan Roberts
"We bought the 4 disc set of All About John Deere for Kids for our son for his 2nd Birthday and we have worn them out! My son loves them so much that when I saw there was a new series John Deere Action, we just had to get it. It was no disappointment...now we are just waiting for the next one in this series. " M.K. Porter
"This is a great series to come after the original All About John Deere!! My 2 yr old and husband can't get enough of it and I even don't mind watching it. We can't wait for the rest of the series. " Jennifer Goutremout
"This picks up where the "All About John Deere" series left off. Lots of new songs and John Deere equipment in action. Very educational for the young tractor enthusiast, this has quickly became my five and three year olds favorite tractor DVD." P. Buffkin
"My son loves all the John Deere videos. I think this one is my favorite." Dee Turner
John Deere Action 2 DVD
Plow. Plant. Grow. See how farmers prep the fields, plant the seeds, and harvest the crops. Watch tractors, combines, harvesters, windrows, gang disks, and hay rakes working hard. Plus heavy equipment tractors and scrapers digging dirt. Visit the John Deere factory in Waterloo, Iowa and see how their biggest tractors are made. Tap your feet to new songs by award-winning singer/songwriter James Coffey. Plus lots more. Kids learn, laugh, and want more – you will too.
Tough John Deere machines in action getting the job done right.
Get ready for John Deere big machine action. Watch hay balers, tractors, cotton pickers, dozers, sprayers, front-end loaders, and graders getting the job done. Learn about precision farming, the next big thing in agriculture, and how Global Positioning helps farmers grow bigger and healthier crops in less time and with less energy.
We find the North Star, learn about Celestial Navigation, and see how John Deere's Global Positioning System works. Next stop - the John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Illinois on Ag Day and a close-up showroom tour. Then we travel to a Deere service department and watch expert mechanics work on big combines and tractors.
So start-up the engines - exciting big machine action is about to begin.
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Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2017-11-10 15:57:28.
5 of 5
As much as I want to say for myself, this 10 year old series is still popular for all ages to enjoy. The Tractors and combines were really sweet, plus some railroad clips such as TM's own John Deere Heaven Layout made by MTH is shown as well as some well done music by James Coffey.
In part 2, There is a visit to the Assembly plant in Waterloo Iowa to see how the 9000 series tractors are built. Plus some vintage 1930's films on how tractors are built were shown. The 637 Disk segment features an instrumental version of the I Love Big Trains opening theme, and a brief history on JD tractors. As well as a James Coffey Song: It's John Deere On Parade. Plus a second part of the JD factory is also included, which features some finishing touches on the installation. In addition, there is an educational segment on how the DB90 Planter works in some fields. As well as a James Coffey Song: I'm a John Deere Man. Plus an educational segment for how the 926 MoCo tractors played a huge role in Hay Harvesting. As well as how the big 2112e scrappers move the dirt in high or low places with some help from the big 9530 Tractor, and the small 950 dozer. A musical background of the farming animals is shown, as well as a modified Version of I've been Workin' on the Railroad with John Deere Toy Trains in JD Heaven, is sung by James Coffey. A special Silly Otto segment where the William Tell Overtune from Lionel Nation 6 is used as Otto is running late with with the DB90 Planters. Finally we're back in the Factory for the last minute test preparations as well as being loaded onto railway flatbeds and Big Rigs. A Modified version of Early in the morning From ILTT part 4 is used, but with John Deere Machines. As well as a segment on the 7950 harvester. Not to mention on how Cows gave milk.
In part 3, You'll learn about Farming in America With JD machines, and how farmers deal with planting different crops along with some help from their past generations. A first visit to Backwardsville is shown, and a visit was made to the Pavilion in Moline, IL for AG day. An educational segment on Road Construction is also shown with a James Coffey Song Before You Know It You've Build Something, which was re-used from All About John Deere part 4. Plus an education segment on the Triple Threat pulled by a 7280R Tractor. A history on what the words Finding Your Way means, with some animated cartoons on the GPS green star demonstrations. As well as James Coffey's modified version of I've Been Workin' on the Railroad with More Footages of MTH and K-Line Trains, despite it was shortened for this part. There is also an educational segment on how JD played a huge role on Removing Heavy Snow in The Colorado Rockies. An educational segment on how Cotton is made. A visit to the Fillmore Equipment inc. in Three Rivers, MI for the rush hour Service shop is shown, plus Like Backwardsville, there is a visit to Speedyville where everything goes really really fast. There are also many jobs on how Skid Steers do besides farming and digging on the road. Plus a fun segment on Gators (No I'm Not Talking about the wild animal, Its about the fast 2 seated 4 wheel mini-monsters in the dirt and in the forest). Not to mention a segment on how a disgusting thing in a TMBV show is used for JD. To me, let's call them "Melch". It also used the instrumental version of the I love Big Trains Opening song. Finally the is Part 2 of the Modified version of I've Been Working on the Railroad with John Deere Words. And As An added Bonus, we'll learn about Hay Bailers.
In Part 4, you'll learn everything on how Tractors do besides farming, with some vintage film comparisons on what farmers do before JD tractors. A modified version of a classic Kids' song if you're happy and you know it, but with John Deere Words, was performed by Jim Coffey. How John Deere played a huge role at Horse Racing Day in Lexington, KY with an instrumental version of JD Heaven is shown as well as the Gator in San Diego's Safeco Field. An educational lesson on the differences between the rubber Caterpillar treads and tires on wheels was also included. James Coffey performs When John Deere is Ridin' the rail but with different Toy Trains, and new lyrics. See a Combine with Caterpillar Treads called the S690 in the mud, as well as the updated Cotton Picker, called the 7760, with some vintage 60's films showing 2 little tractors. A modified version of the classic Kids' song: Alexander's Ragtime band but with John Deere Words, is performed. Plus an educational segment on Sugarcane Harvesting, with some help from Harvester 3520, and a modified version of a Kids' Song: The Farmer in the dell but with John Deere Words. Finally we close out the series with a look at other different jobs on what tractors do besides farming.
So, In conclusion, Would I recommend this 4 DVD set? Well, I want to say Yes at first but I don't think that the Ugly brown Melch is appropriate for a kids show. But better yet, It's Still important to Learn from TMBV more often rather than Sesame Street's Quarter of A Billion Viewed Videos of Elmo's World on Youtube.
Additional remarks by Steamboy: Narration:Just enough. Would kids enjoy this?Yes. Image quality:Excellent! DVD Value:Good Value Recommend to others?A "Must Have"!