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Case planning more Fargo plant layoffs

The Case-New Holland tractor plant in Fargo is planning more layoffs because of a weak farm economy. Jeff Walsh, a company spokesman in Lake George, Ill., said about 30 workers will be let go early next year because of a drop in demand for large ...

The Case-New Holland tractor plant in Fargo is planning more layoffs because of a weak farm economy.

Jeff Walsh, a company spokesman in Lake George, Ill., said about 30 workers will be let go early next year because of a drop in demand for large four-wheel-drive and high-horsepower tractors.

The plant laid off about 30 people in October and November, Walsh said. It had nearly 500 employees earlier in the fall and was one of the area's 15 largest employers.

Walsh said sales of large tractors were down about 14 percent in the third quarter of the year. CNH Global operates the Fargo plant.

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