WASHINGTON (September 2023) — The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is excited to announce its participation in this year’s Husker Harvest Days September 12-14 in Grand Island, Nebraska. Attendees are invited to visit the Nebraska Propane Gas Association booth (No. 654) on West Fifth Street to experience cutting-edge propane-powered equipment and explore exclusive offers that can save them thousands.
At the booth, visitors will also witness live water pumping demonstrations featuring state-of-the-art engines from Reliable Horsepower by Industrial Irrigation. These engines are EPA-certified and offer the flexibility of dedicated propane or bi-fuel operation, showcasing the versatility of propane-powered equipment for modern agriculture.
At the booth, attendees can discover a variety of propane-powered equipment, including engines by Anderson Industrial and Husker Power Products, a propane standby generator, grill, fire table, patio heater, and more. To share knowledge and build connections, PERC also invites attendees to sign up for its quarterly e-newsletter, the Ag Post, and enter to win a Grizzly cooler.
“Engaging with producers directly at Husker Harvest Days is always a highlight of the year for PERC,” said Mike Newland, PERC’s director of agriculture business development. “We enjoy the opportunity to exchange valuable insights, address producer needs, and discuss the numerous benefits of propane-powered equipment. Mark your calendars and join us!”
PERC is committed to supporting farmers with innovative technologies and cost-saving incentives like the Propane Farm Incentive Program, which offers up to $5,000 toward the purchase of qualifying propane-powered equipment. In addition, the Nebraska Propane Gas Association (NEPGA) is offering an extra $750 incentive for producers for a total of up to $5,750 in potential savings.
Knowledgeable manufacturer representatives, as well as NEPGA and PERC representatives, will be readily available at the booth to address inquiries, discuss the benefits of propane agricultural equipment, and provide information on incentives available toward equipment purchases.
For an immersive look into the world of propane-powered farm equipment, including grain dryers, heaters, work trucks, and generators, visit Propane.com/Agriculture.
About PERC: The Propane Education & Research Council is a nonprofit that provides leading propane safety and training programs and invests in research and development of new propane-powered technologies. PERC is operated and funded by the propane industry. For more information, visit Propane.com.