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Propane Gives You The Power To Farm

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Nearly 830,000 farms in the United States use propane, and with good reason. Propane is a reliable, efficient energy source that allows farmers to continue working through environmental regulations. With propane, farmers have the power to responsibly run operations in and out of the field.

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    Lower Costs

    Farmers, like other businesses, are constantly striving to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. Propane offers several solutions that can help do just that. Today's propane-powered irrigation engines are comparable in operation costs to electric motors — and considerably less to purchase than diesel irrigation engines. They can also significantly reduce fuel costs. Read how this Nebraskan farmer lowered his fuel costs with propane.

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    Fewer Emissions

    Propane-powered irrigation systems produce 11 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than diesel systems and 24 percent fewer than gasoline systems. Compared with other fuels, propane is a cleaner, more efficient way to fuel farms — read the research.

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    Newer, Reliable Technology

    Propane offers advanced equipment that's up to working alongside your operation's other machines. Learn what propane-powered products are available

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    Site Flexibility

    Put the power of propane to work on your farm and end your dependence on the grid. Whether you're thinking of placing another irrigation engine, heating a building, or adding a grain dryer, propane's flexibility makes the decision easy. There's no need to locate on a natural gas line, run a new electric line, or deal with other fuel suppliers: the propane will come to you. 

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    Abundant Supply Produced in the U.S.

    Propane is made in America, primarily from domestic natural gas, and we have plenty of it; in fact, the United States is a net exporter of propane, producing more than we actually use.

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