Today’s sophisticated diesel engines work harder, longer and more efficiently than ever before. To get the most out of them, opt for a high quality diesel fuel or supplement your fuel with bottles of properly formulated fuel additives.
University of Nebraska Tractor Testing Laboratory website contains a wealth of information on tractor performance and fuel efficiency.
There’s one operating procedure that can significantly reduce fuel costs, without spending a dime. It’s a simple matter of watching how you operate your tractor.
The first steps to improving on-farm energy efficiency.
Routine maintenance and small adjustments in day-to-day operations also improve fuel efficiency and total energy costs.
Many lubricants claim to meet OEM specs – when they don’t. Adding to this confusion, fluids that can’t meet current OEM credentials oftentimes mislead you by advertising only obsolete and outdated OEM specs such as J20A, 303, and Ford New Holland M2C134B & C. Learn how to select high performance fluids you can trust.
Agricultural engineers continue their work on machines that rely less on diesel fuel to help farmer-customers reduce fuel costs on the farm.
New tractor fuel efficiency ratings can help you select the best models for you.
Farmers are eager to harvest soybeans and corn but the fields are very soggy in much of Ohio. The danger of causing soil compaction is...