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Win a John Deere Children’s 6210R Pedal Tractor @ Hoys

£240.00 @ Competitions Post Here
John Deere, leading manufacturer of high performance machines for the equestrian market and Horse of the Year Show’s Official Tractor Supplier, is delighted once again to offer one lucky winner a fabu… Read More
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2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago / ended 30 Apr 1730 April 2017
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John Deere, leading manufacturer of high performance machines for the equestrian market and Horse of the Year Show’s Official Tractor Supplier, is delighted once again to offer one lucky winner a fabulous John Deere children’s 6210R pedal tractor with front loader, worth over £240!

Suitable for ages three and up, this popular pedal tractor in the famous green and yellow livery features an opening bonnet, pneumatic tyres and front axle suspension, just like the real thing. The front loader attachment can be easily removed when not required.

The real John Deere – an American blacksmith in the Mid-West – produced his first horse-drawn ploughs and farm implements in the first half of the 19th century. Today, the company that bears his name is famous for making tractors of all kinds, from compacts to larger utility models and massive farm machines, as well as a range of other equipment and specialist attachments suitable for all kinds of equestrian business.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the question below:
What was the real John Deere’s profession?
ANSWER >>>>> A Blacksmith
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2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago / ended 30 Apr 1730 April 2017
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