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John Deere Farm Days Part 1 DVD

John Deere Farm Days Part 1 DVD TM Books and Video JDFARM 780484000085
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Discover the important role bees play in the growing process. Tour County Line Orchard where we check out the apples and watch how they make donuts. Then zip over to the Los Angeles Equestrian Center where kids learn to jump and ride horses. We visit the famous Santa Anita Race Track where race horses work out. You will also go to the Peg Perego factory and see how the John Deere Gator riding vehicle is made. Plus five new songs by singer/songwriter, James Coffey.

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Runtime:35 Mins ($0.43/min)
Producer:TM Books and Video
Aspect Ratio:Wide Screen
DVD UPC:780484000085
Shrink Wrapped?:Yes
Disc Type:DVD
Region Code:0 Worldwide NTSC

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John Deere Farm Days Part 1 DVD
Steamboy (Revere MA US) on 2018-07-15 21:30:38.

  •  4 of 5

In this 2014 DVD, there is a visit to Indiana's County Line Orchard where we learn all about bees which includes the All About Trains instrumental Version, and Did you Know that there are 20,000 types of bees? No? well watch and see for yourself. Another Fact: Bees Used Colonies to Work Together. Without the bees, there wouldn't be any Honey, Flowers, Fruits & Vegetables Everywhere. Speaking of Honey, All of the Bees uses honey to collect pollen in the summer, and during winter, they eat all of the honey. Next comes the segment on Apples where fact alert: More Apples grow from Washington State first, Follow by Upstate New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, & Ohio. Not to mention the Apple Blossom being Michigan's State Flower. All over America, There are 2500 Different kinds of apples growing everywhere. Did you also know that it takes 36 apples to make a gallon of Cider? Next comes a James Coffey Song: This Little light of mine but with John Deere Words. After that, there is a visit to Horse Heaven or the Los Angeles Equestrian Center around the Griffith Park Area in Southern Carifornia, as we learn about horses. Fact Alert: Horses eat breakfast at 6:00 AM, Lunch at Noon, & Dinner at 6:00 PM. Another fact Alert: did you know that a person who put Horseshoes on Horses is called a Farrier? Plus Babies are Foals, Males are Colts, Females are fillies, Adult Females are Mares, and adult mares are Stallions. I don't want to be negative about this, but this is the second TM Show to Mention Something Brown & Ugly Since JD Action Part 3. To me, Lets Call them Melch. Plus Camptown Races with John Deere Words by Jim Coffey is also shown, plus a segment on where fruits & Veggies come From. Fruit Farms are called Orchards, and Veggie farms are called Row Crops if you didn't know. To tell what's different between a fruit & a Vegetable, Fruits have Seeds & Fructose, And Veggies have Roots & grow on Plants. Next We go Back to Indiana to Plant Pumpkin Seeds. In addition to what we use in our everyday lives, there is a special segment on the ride on Zero Turn Mower, with the Green Grass Grows All Around but with some different words by Jim Coffey. Back at the Indiana Orchard, the Pumkins are Grown, as well as visiting other parts of the orchards, like Goats, cows, llamas, pigs, a ride along the apple orchard, and learn how Doughnuts are made. Plus a different Narrator(Lucas' Brother Leo) talks about Gators (No its Not the Wild Animal), and visit Peg Pereggo in None other than Fort Wayne, IN (Home of Nickel Plate Road 765) where toy JD Gators are Assembled even in fast Time-lapse Mode. Finally, we play a game called "What Time of the Year is it?" This was one of the fewer TM Videos Where Lucas McHugh Narrates.

So in Conclusion, Would I Recommend this to Kids of all ages everywhere? Well, I want to say Yes at first but I don't think that the Ugly brown Melch is appropriate for a kids show. But better yet, It's Still important to Learn from TMBV more often rather than Sesame Street's Quarter of A Billion Viewed Videos of Elmo's World on Youtube, as well as Christina Miller's Teen Titans Go Network.

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

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