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JOHN DEERE ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO 5M UTILITY TRACTORS
August 26, 2014 // AgriMarketing.com

John Deere has made changes to its high-spec 5M model lineup, popular with rural property owners, farmers and ranchers, turf maintenance customers, and governmental agencies. These updates include the addition of aftertreatment systems to meet Final Tier . . .  read more

'Consumer Reports' crowns Ram diesel as best pickup
August 26, 2014 // USA Today

Chrysler Group's Ram pickup outscores Ford and Chevrolet's full-size trucks when it is equipped with a new diesel engine, Consumer Reports magazine says. The Ram 1500 with the V-6 EcoDiesel engine not only saved substantially more fuel than similar mod. . .  read more

Could Diesels Be Poised for a US Comeback?
August 25, 2014 // Design News

At the recent 2014 CAR Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich., a General Motors (GM) executive predicted that the percentage of cars and light trucks employing diesel engines could jump to 10% by 2020. That number echoed similar forecasts fr. . .  read more

Average Diesel Cost Falls to Lowest Price in More Than a Year
August 25, 2014 // TruckingInfo.Com

There seems to be no letting up when it comes to recent declines in the average price of on-highway diesel, with it hitting its lowest level since July 2013. It has fallen for the eighth consecutive week, according to the U.S. Energy Department, down 1. . .  read more

CSU researchers get federal grant to study biodiesel crop production
August 23, 2014 // The Denver Post

Plant-derived vehicle fuel could one day become a mainstay on Colorado farms under a new research project at Colorado State University. Camelina sativa, a member of the mustard family, is virtually unknown in Colorado today. But CSU scientists hope tha. . .  read more

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