DEERE & COMPANY

CONTENTS | NOVEMBER 2016           REPORT OVERVIEW:

DEERE & COMPANY OVERVIEW
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


   OUTLOOOK

OPERATING RESULTS

   Sales Analysis
   Employment
   Manufacturing
   Marketing and Distribution
   Corporate Leadership

DEERE'S CORPORATE STRATEGY

PRODUCT ANALYSIS

   North American Machinery Sales
   North American Machinery Production

Agricultural Equipment

   Farm Tractors
   Harvesting Combines
   Other Ag Equipment & Implements

Construction Equipment

   Articulated Haulers (Dump Trucks)
   Backhoe Loaders
   Compact Track Loaders
   Crawler Dozers
   Crawler Loaders
   Hydraulic Excavators
   Mini Excavators
   Motor Graders
   Motor Scraper Bowls
   Skid Steer Loaders
   Wheel Loaders
   Forestry Equipment
   Telehandlers
   Parts Operations

Deere & Company is one of the oldest industrial companies in the United States. It was founded in 1837 as a one-person blacksmith shop. Today, it does business in more than one hundred countries worldwide,  and employs 55,700 people worldwide. Deere & Company markets its products through a worldwide network of independent dealers supported by a decentralized marketing organization.

Yengst Associates includes company profiles in our subscription service in order to further our understanding of what roles certain companies and industries play in the whole economy. Deere, one of the oldest industrial companies in the United States, for example, is predominantly an agriculture and turf equipment company. It derived approximately 70 percent of its total revenues in the first nine months of fiscal 2016 and 69 percent in fiscal 2015 from its agriculture and turf business segment.