How John Deere's Small Tractors Replaced the Horse

Making the move from horse power to horsepower on America's small farms using small tractors.

The John Deere Model H was built in Waterloo, Iowa, from 1939-47. It had about the same horsepower as the co-produced Model LA, but was configured as a smaller and lower-cost version of the popular Model B. The H sold for about $100 more than the Model LA.
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