Agriculture Technology

imageimage Grain Blower/Heater Replacements Propane-Powered Grain Dryers:
Getting The Job Done, Better Than Ever Download the Case Study Flyer

Farmers have made propane their number one choice for grain drying because they know it's reliable, effective, and efficient. What's more, on-farm propane grain drying reduces crop loss, adds harvest flexibility, and most importantly, improves yields through earlier harvest. In fact, today's propane grain dryers are more energy-efficient than ever - up to 50 percent more. They're also cleaner, longer lasting, and more cost-effective. If you're considering replacing your current grain dryer, it's time to stop thinking about it and start saving. Ask us about Grain Blower/Heater Replacements.


image Case Study on Weed Control with Propane

Weed Control With Propane Download the Cas Study
Propane flame weeding can be as effective as chemical weed control treatments. The benefits of flaming are that it does not leave chemical residues and it's not affected by weather variability.


imagePropane-Powered Irrigation Engines:
Your Advantage in The Field Download the Case Study
Across the United States, thousands of farmers enjoy the benefits of irrigating with propane-powered engines. In addition to outstanding performance, they know propane-powered irrigation engines are clean, reliable, and cost-effective, particularly when compared with diesel-fueled engines. It's a decision that's good for the bottom line and good for the environment.
Download our Propane Irrigation Engine Calculator for cost comparisons between propane and diesel for your operation.



imageNebraska Farmers Increase Irrigating Hours, Reduce Fuel Costs With Propane Irrigation Download the Case Study

When Wayne Brinkmeyer needed a new power supply for his 1,600-acre operation, he considered electric motors and diesel engines, but chose a clean, cost-effective propane engine.




Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE) is the most comprehensive source of information on incentives and policies that support renewables and energy efficiency in the United States. Established in 1995, DSIRE is operated by the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center at N.C. State University and is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.


We recommend Cenex® Lubricants for Agriculture
One thing you can control is what you put in your equipment. Cenex® lubricants stand the test of time with more than 75 years of proven off-road performance. They keep your engines and hydraulics running smoothly and provide superior protection for overworked load-bearing equipment.

There is no better way to protect new or used equipment and ensure continuous, high performance when it’s needed most, than with the CENEX® TOTAL PROTECTION PLAN® (TPP). The TPP warranty is available to those in the farming or forestry industries who exclusively use Cenex® products.

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