Tell irrigating farmers about propane engine incentive
Currently, nearly 40 percent of farms in the U.S. use propane to run pumps and engines, heat buildings, and dry and process crops. As gasoline and diesel prices continue to rise in recent years, propane has remained an efficient and affordable fuel alternative on the farm. Nearly 90 percent of U.S. propane supplies are produced in the United States, giving farmers the security of using an abundant, domestic energy source.
Farmers can participate in the Propane Farm Incentive Program through equipment dealers nationwide or by submitting an easy online application through http://agpropane.com/incentive/. And more information about the Propane Farm Incentive Program, including seeing a list of eligible equipment, can be found at www.agpropane.com.
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