Deering Harvester Company
Successor International Harvester
Founder(s) William Deering
Products agriculture machinery
Main article: International

The Deering Harvester Company was founded by William Deering. In 1902, the Deering Harvester Company and McCormick Harvesting Machine Company merged together to create the International Harvester Company[1]. Later William's sons, Charles Deering and James Deering, took ownership of the company. The descendants of the company are still in operation today as the Case IH operations of the CNH Global corporation.


Deering Tractor Models
Model Year(s) of Production Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Deering Auto-Mower @1900
Deering Farmall F-12 1937-1940 15 hp (11 kW)
Deering Farmall F-12-G 15 hp (11 kW)
Deering Farmall F-14
Deering TD40 crawler
Deering W-12
Deering W-14 1938

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References / sourcesEdit

  1. Wade, Ophelia R. (1999). Deering Plantation: Sixty Thousand Acres in the Bootheel of Missouri. Xlibris Corporation. ISBN 0738806196.  Page 22.

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