Deere & Company lists local John Deere parts dealers on its corporate website, as of 2015. The company's Parts OnSite program offers an inventory and reordering system for farming, industrial and commercial operations. Home improvement superstores such as Lowe's and The Home Depot carry John Deere parts and accessories.
From the John Deere home page, select the Parts tab on the top navigation bar. Click either Purchase Parts or a particular category of parts, and then press the Find Your Local Dealer link. Select the appropriate region and country, type the requested information into the Search box, and press the magnifying glass. Make a selection from the By Industry tab or the By Popular Products tab to view a map and a list of local John Deere authorized parts dealers.
John Deere recommends using original equipment manufacturer parts. For newer equipment, purchasing OEM parts prevents voiding any warranty in place. If the equipment needing replacement parts is outside of its warranty period, aftermarket parts dealers are an option. Salvage yards and used equipment dealers are typical aftermarket parts suppliers.
John Deere offers discounts on its website under Residential Parts and Valuable Parts Coupons. Acquiring a coupon requires registration of an email address and street address.