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Farm Energy: Case Studies - Tractor fuel consumption at Nashua

Mark Hanna , Dana Schweitzer

A recent case study at the Iowa State University Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm looked at techniques such as shifting to a higher gear and pulling back on the tractor's throttle as a way to reduce fuel consumption on Iowa farms.

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Publication Date: 04/2014
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