By William DeKay, The Western Producer, July 6, 2017 

Farm equipment manufacturers have been working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through better engine performance.

Major technological breakthroughs designed to reduce the carbon footprint of diesel engine emissions may not be coming any time soon.

“I don’t know of any new technology coming down the pipe,” said Harvey Chorney of the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute in Winnipeg.

“I think they (equipment manufacturers) have gone as far as they can in terms of reducing the emissions on diesel engines,” he said.

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