Testimonials

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  • Generation After Generation, Nebraska Producer Has Counted on Propane to Power the Farm

    Walvoord & Sons of Waterloo, Neb. bought its first propane-powered irrigation engine in 1976. Generations later, the family still relies on the clean, efficient, energy for irrigation and much more.

  • Indiana Producer Yields High Quality Grain, Improved Efficiency with New Grain Dryer

    When Carnahan & Sons Inc. upgraded their old grain dryer to the new GSI X-Stream, they increased efficiency and improved final grain quality on their 4,200 acres of corn, soybeans, and soft red winter wheat.

  • Nebraska Farmer Talks About The Propane FEED Program, Reduces Fuel Consumption with New Propane Engine

    Ryan Berggren improved the efficiency of his farming operation by upgrading to a new propane-powered engine for irrigation, and he was able to do so with funding from the Propane FEED Program (now the Propane Farm Incentive Program).

  • Massachusetts Farmer Talks About The Propane FEED Program, Protects Crop and Saves by Using Propane Engine

    Nick Decas, a Massachusetts farmer, talks about how he improved the efficiency of his cranberry operation by upgrading to a new propane-powered engine for irrigation, and how he was able to do so with funding from the Propane FEED Program (now the Propane Farm Incentive Program).