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Veteran Advisor

case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

Citing market demand and low grain
prices.

"All is well"
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Honored Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

JD let 600 stay home here in Ioway

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Senior Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

Way I see it. That's 825 jobs that ethanol was supporting.
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Senior Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

Zero reason we shouldn't be at E15 with blender pumps galore
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Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

Tiger, you don't think we aren't already at e-15?? How would we know?? if the wholesalers/blenders/terminals can buy ethanol for less than gasoline and sell it for the same price, why wouldn't they??

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Senior Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

I'm guessing they can't blend to 15 without labeling it?

And honestly. We should be at E30 and automakers should be building engines to maximize this. Little boost and a few tweaks and you have more power. Same mileage and cleaner burn.

We should be making biodiesel from rape and soya like crazy too.
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Honored Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

Not to be out done Agco found 24 in Heston, Kansas to send home too.

 

Krause quit looking for welders a month ago.

 

Another year of this and only management will be left. Enough good used and new equipment is already in the system for at least three years. 

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Senior Contributor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

Exactly. They would be pumping water into the tanks if they could get away with it.

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Honored Advisor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

ya and If my car ran well on it I would be buying it ---------- so what is the point Kraft???

Senior Contributor

Re: case new holland lays off 225+ at grand island

John, I filled up with diesel this morning when we talked at Casey's. $3.69 a gallon. Non ethanol was the same price. E10 was .34 cheaper per gallon. That's 10% less and that is a big number and it makes sense to burn. The naysayers should be enjoying cheaper fuel but we won't hear that......MikeM