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Reduce Energy Costs in Agriculture

Publication Number: IS1621
View as PDF: IS1621.pdf

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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Portrait of Mr. James R. Wooten
Extension Associate III
Bio-Energy, Alternative Energy, Feedstock engineering,
Portrait of Dr. Larry Oldham
Extension Professor
Soil Health, Soil Fertility, Nutrient Management, Soil Conservation and Management, Certified Crop A

Your Extension Experts

Portrait of Dr. James Newton Barnes
Associate Extension Professor
Portrait of Dr. Keith H. Coble
Professor and Head
Portrait of Dr. Alba J. Collart Dinarte
Assistant Extension Professor
Horticultural Marketing
Portrait of Dr. Joshua Gilchrist Maples
Assistant Professor
Portrait of Dr. Larry Oldham
Extension Professor
Soil Health, Soil Fertility, Nutrient Management, Soil Conservation and Management, Certified Crop A
Portrait of Dr. Ben Posadas
Assoc Extension/Research Prof
Seafood and specialty crops marketing; Marine and disaster economics
Portrait of Dr. Rebecca Campbell Smith
Assistant Extension Professor

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