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New Holland approves use of up to B20 blends in equipment

Agriculture.com Staff 05/17/2006 @ 8:00am

New Holland has informed the National Biodiesel Board (NBB) it fully approves use of up to B20 blends (20% biodiesel/80% petroleum-based diesel) on all equipment currently produced with New Holland engines.

"This move by New Holland represents a strong show of support for the soybean farmers who stepped up tothe plate years ago to begin the biodiesel program," says Darryl Brinkmann, an Illinois soybean farmer who serves as NBB Chairman.

For more information, visit www.newholland.com.

New Holland has informed the National Biodiesel Board (NBB) it fully approves use of up to B20 blends (20% biodiesel/80% petroleum-based diesel) on all equipment currently produced with New Holland engines.

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