Propane for your Agribusiness
Coombs Gas has served the local American farmer for almost 50 years. Nearly 830,000 farms in the United States use propane, and with good reason. Propane is a reliable, efficient energy source that allows farmers to continue working through environmental regulations. With propane, farmers have the power to responsibly run operations in and out of the field.
Propane Farm Incentive Program
You can save on new propane-powered ag equipment, through the Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane Farm Incentive Program (PFIP).
They’ll give you up to $5,000, just for helping them prove the benefits of clean, American propane in the field. Below, you’ll find a list of available equipment, and the steps in the PFIP application process.
Learn more about the benefits of using propane in your agribusiness:
Propane-powered crop drying equipment allow farmers to harvest more efficiently and with greater flexibility.
Reduce operating costs with propane-powered farm equipment. Propane produces fewer emissions and helps farmers spend less on fuel as compared to gasoline and diesel-powered equipment.
Propane is a great option for greenhouses and nurseries, Providing just the right amount of heat required to run profitably year-round.
They may not be able to control the rain, but every year, producers choose the next best thing: a clean, efficient propane-powered irrigation engine.
Ensure that your livestock confinement buildings stay warm during the winter months with quality propane.
Propane is an excellent option for providing the required heat and power necessary for poultry brooding.