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Reduce Energy Costs in Agriculture

Publication Number: IS1621
Updated: September 11, 2018
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Farmers and consumers alike have long taken for granted plentiful supplies of energy at a reasonable cost. However, energy bills that have doubled or tripled have led to rethinking the energy situation.

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