A mixture of people who have used John Deere tractors and interested fans of the brand went to the Experimental Aircraft Association AirVenture grounds for a farm equipment show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported.
According to the news outlet, attendees examined and learned about a variety of new John Deere products at the Wisconsin Public Service Farm Show, and vendors and employees of the iconic agricultural company were happy to speak to the potential customers about the various upgrades to machinery in the models.
The Press-Gazette noted that all of the new models come standard with a variety of advances, ranging from GPS technology to new types of tracks for skid steers.
"Nobody orders a machine without some sort of guidance package on it," one attendee told the news source.
WTAQ News reported that roughly 475 exhibitors were present to show off the latest advances in agriculture, and four large hangars were filled with the displays. The show used to take place in Green Bay, but the increasing need for space led organizers to move it to Oshkosh, where it has grown dramatically.