Producers from California’s Central Valley to Florida’s citrus groves and cane fields choose propane irrigation engines because propane works, in more ways than one.


The Power To Farm

Farming California’s Central Valley isn’t like farming anywhere else. It takes a unique kind of producer to thrive in the unique environmental conditions, and with increasing environmental regulations. A propane irrigation engine is a real difference-maker, giving you the robust power you need anytime and anywhere you need it, all while meeting strict CARB emissions standards.

Producers Keep California Green With Propane

To farm in California, irrigation isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. These California producers chose propane irrigation because it beats electric, diesel, and natural gas on greenhouse gas emissions, and it’s versatile enough to use for almond trees, or corn, carrots, and other crops. Plus, propane does it all economically, with less maintenance required, too.

Your Savings Add Up

Propane does more than lower emissions. It can improve your operation by lowering costs, too.


The Pivotal Fuel in the Midwest

Propane is a such a popular choice across the Midwest, because it’s second only to rain for efficiency. Not only are propane irrigation engines extremely efficient, they’re also built to last. With clean burning propane, you can count on years of reliable, low-maintenance performance.

Generations of Trust In Propane

The Walvoord family has looked at other fuels, yet they’ve stuck with propane irrigation engines on their family farm since 1976. Their reasons are clear: propane is more efficient, cleaner, and supports the longevity of every machine it powers. Hear more about why they put their trust in propane.

What Farmers Are Saying

Results from the 2015 Propane Farm Incentive Program found that producers are experiencing greater efficiency with their new propane irrigation engines.

East Coast

Keeping the East Coast Clean

As a producer, you’re a steward of the environment, and Florida’s ecosystem requires even greater care. Propane irrigation engines come Tier-4 compliant; no complicated after-treatment systems or expensive filters are needed. Water quality is another reason to choose propane. It’s non-toxic, and unlike other fuels, propane won’t contaminate soil or ground water.

Straight Talk about Propane from Florida Producers

Florida’s unique landscape, constantly changing weather, and crops that require precise control of the water table make irrigation a challenge. In this video, you can see for yourself why Florida producers including U.S. Sugar and Tamiami Citrus are turning to propane. It offers the performance, reliability, fuel efficiency, and low emissions they’re looking for.

The Propane Difference

These are just a few of the ways propane is helping Florida’s producers irrigate more efficiently and effectively.

Get Up to $5,000 Towards A
New Propane Irrigation Engine

Propane gives you lower fuel costs, lower emissions, and with the Propane Farm Incentive Program, a lower price on new irrigation engines, too. Find out how you can qualify for up to $5,000 in incentives.

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