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The Next Money Crop for Farmers: Solar Panels

Farmers across the country are discovering the benefits of solar power. For some, it’s about mitigating their energy costs associated with operations. For others, solar power can become an additional source of reliable revenue when traditional crops have poor yield or when lower demand eliminates their profit margins. As our [...]

2020-03-05T01:36:21+00:00February 27th, 2019|Farming|0 Comments

Is Your Poultry Farm Wasting Power and Losing Money?

Discover the 5 Most Common Sources of Energy Inefficiency, and How to Stop the Bleeding Poultry farms use a lot of energy. In fact, aside from property costs, energy and fuel are usually the number one expense. That’s why, any savings you can find in your energy costs, even small [...]

2020-03-04T16:14:12+00:00February 11th, 2019|Farming|0 Comments

Best New Poultry Farm Equipment for 2020 and Beyond

The Future Is Here for Robotics and Automation in Your Poultry Houses Running a poultry farm carries consistent and unavoidable challenges, such as: Disease outbreaks among chickens Collecting eggs from the floor Keeping your chickens active and not just standing around Dead chickens that need to be removed Feed, water, [...]

2020-10-20T18:25:33+00:00November 26th, 2018|Farming|0 Comments

Solar Powers American Farmers Ahead, and Out of the Red!

Learn How 6 GA Farms Reap $303,193 in USDA Grants and Solar Tax Credits Before Saving 70% on Monthly Operating Expenses American farmers have suffered some of the greatest losses as a result of high fuel and electric costs since before the recession even. With the resurgence of farm-to-table living, [...]

2020-03-04T17:11:26+00:00September 22nd, 2017|Farming|0 Comments

How Much Power Does My Farm Equipment Use?

And How Much Solar Power Would It Take to Supply It? What kinds of tools and power systems do you use on your farm? Some of those systems run on gas, such as tractors and generators. But most of them use conventional power where something plugs in to the grid. [...]

2020-03-04T18:52:55+00:00October 14th, 2016|Farming|0 Comments
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