Case IH kicked off its second year at the Ag Connect Expo in Atlanta with a Be Ready VIP Panel Discussion for producer guests invited by Case IH. Moderated by John Phipps, Illinois farmer and host of the U.S. Farm Report, the panel discussion gave attendees a 30,000-foot view of key issues that could influence farmer decision making in 2011. Guest panelists included Dan Basse of AgResource, Tom Dorr of the U.S. Grains Council, Rep. Jim Nussle, former U.S. House of Representatives, and Tom Buis of Growth Energy.
A second Be Ready Discussion Panel, moderated by Chip Flory, editor of ProFarmer, focused on the latest developments in global markets and trade. Guest panelists included Dan Basse of AgResource and Tom Dorr of the U.S. Grains Council.
The final panel discussion for the day, Engine Emissions Technology – What’s New Here and Abroad, provided a global perspective on selective catalytic reduction and exhaust gas recirculation emission technologies. Brian Hefty, host of RFD-TV’s AgPhD, moderated the panel, which included Manfred Neunaber, editor of Profi International; Leo Bose, commercial training manager for Case IH North America; and Manfred Pfleger, commercial training manager for Case IH International.
Can engines using only SCR meet the full tier 4 in 2014? Some are saying that it will take both SCR and CEGR to meet the final tier 4, but one article i read said that wasn’t the case anymore but didn’t give anymore information. I’m speaking of many over 100 HP equipment. what will CaseIH have to change to meet 2014 final tier 4 in high HP engines?