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  • Do-It-Yourselfers: Make the Right Call

    Are you planning to install, service, relocate, or repair propane equipment on your farm? Before attempting to do it yourself, learn why you may be putting yourself at unnecessary risk by attempting to repair propane equipment on your own. When handling propane, it's best to leave it to a qualified professional. 

  • Our Amazing Farm for Kids, Parents, and Educators

    Teach kids about the safe use of propane on the farm and how producers use this amazing fuel to help feed the world, with Our Amazing Farm. Kids can explore a farm, watch science experiments, play games, and learn about safe practices while they're having fun

  • Dispensing Propane Safely into Agricultural Equipment Training Manual

    This manual is designed to train those refueling mobile agricultural equipment. It covers the proper steps to transfer propane into tanks that are permanently mounted on agriculture equipment, and includes: training requirements for individuals transferring propane; propane properties and safety; transfer equipment; transfer procedures; propane material safety data sheet; and quizzes, answer keys, and a certificate of completion.

  • Maintaining and Repairing Propane Fuel Systems on Stationary Engines Training Manual

    This manual is designed to train service technicians on the proper procedures for servicing stationary propane engines used in agriculture applications. It provides technicians an introduction to propane engine fuel systems as they are typically configured for air-cooled engines, often called "small engines" and used electrical generators, and liquid-cooled engines, typically used with larger electrical generators and irrigation pumps. A quiz, answer key, and suggested lab activities are also provided for use by instructors.

  • Propane-Fueled Flame Weeding in Corn, Soybean, and Sunflower Handbook

    This handbook provides information on the multiple advantages of using propane-powered flame weeding over chemical and mechanical weed management methods. The guide consists of the following chapters:

    1. Background: The Need for Alternative Weed Control Methods 
    2. Introduction to Propane-Fueled Flame Weeding 
    3. How Propane-Fueled Flame Weeding Works 
    4. Flame Weeding Equipment Components and Configurations
    5. Recommended Propane Dosage at Different Weed Growth Stages
    6. Crop Tolerance to Post-Emergent Flame Weeding.