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John Deere Animal Sounds Hayride

John Deere Animal Sounds Hayride
John Deere Animal Sounds Hayride
Product Description

NEIGH, MOO, OINK, BA!

When your toddler learns animal noises, nothing is cuter than watching them mimick barnyard animals. A horse says neigh, and the cow says moo. A pig says oink, and a sheep says ba. We have just the toy to keep your toddler in awe! Animal sounds are easy to learn and help your child in pronunciation and vowels. Everyone knows that big green tractors are associated with John Deere! Farmers and animals go together like a horse and its hay. This John Deere Animal Sounds Hayride is the perfect learning toy that is compact, cute, and full of knowledge. 

FUN DETAILS

This animal sounds hayride toy features a green tractor with two attached trailers. The trailers can carry the little animal figures that are included with this toy. A farmer vinyl figure is included as well as a brown horse, spotted cow, pink pig, and a white sheep. Intended for 18 months and up, your toddler will be learning and using their imagination to act out many barnyard scenes. When placed in the respective seat, each figure makes their animal sound. Batteries are included!

NOTHING RUNS LIKE A DEERE

Nothing runs like a toddler, but at least they will sit still and play with this John Deere Animal Sounds Hayride.

$19.99
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Items Included
  • Tractor with attached Trailers
  • Five Vinyl Figures
  • Three AAA Batteries
Product Highlights
  • Tractor with farmer vinyl figure
  • Two trailers with 4 vinyl farm animal figures
  • Each figure corresponds with a specific seat
  • Each figure makes a sound when placed in respective seat
  • Three AAA Batteries included
  • Ages 18m+
  • Officially Licensed
Size Chart
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Size Measurement Standard Metric
Standard Length 14 1/2" 37cm
Standard Height 5 1/2" 14cm
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