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John Deere Action 4 DVD TM Books and Video JDACTION4 780484961683
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If you love John Deere, you'll love the all-new, wall-to-wall action in this DVD. We compare track tractors with wheel tractors, show how sugar is harvested, check out John Deere's newest cotton picker - the 7760, and visit Keenland Horse Race Track in Lexington, KY where the legendary green and yellow John Deere tractors help get the track ready for race day.

We talk about several models of John Deere tractors and show them doing lots of different jobs. Plus five snappy songs by our favorite singer/songwriter James Coffey. Kids will leanr, laugh, and want more. You will too.

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Runtime:40 Mins
Producer:TM Books and Video
Aspect Ratio:Full Screen
DVD UPC:780484961683
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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  •  5 of 5

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. Would I Recommend this program to Kids of all ages rather than watching Sesame Street's Quarter of a Billion Viewed videos of Elmo's World on Youtube? I'm giving this a green arrow which means Yes.

Additional remarks by Steamboy:
Narration: Just enough.
Would kids enjoy this? Yes.
Image quality: Excellent!
DVD Value: Excellent Value!
Recommend to others? A "Must Have"!

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