2000: Never one to leave good enough alone, John Deere changed its logo in a crucial way at the turn of the new millennium, showing its iconic “leaping deer” leaping instead of landing for the very first time.
Why did John Deere change their logo?
In 1936, the John Deere standardization committee saw a need to adapt its logo so that it would be easier to stencil on products. In response to this declaration, the deer became a solid silhouette and the detail was removed from the artwork.
Did John Deere change their name?
John Deere Landscapes LLC has unveiled its new name and logo as SiteOne Landscape Supply LLC, effective October 19. … The new brand represents the next step for SiteOne as an independent company after its acquisition by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in December 2013.
Why is John Deere green yellow?
John Deere’s wife chose green for the growing crops and yellow for the harvest ready crops. That makes sense to me and I love that idea! Both colors feel like farm colors and I love seeing John Deere green and yellow out in the field especially in action.