Crops  >  Energy  >  PM 2089A

How Much Energy is Being Used on Your Farm? - Farm Energy

Mark Hanna , Jay Harmon , Jane Flammang

Discover how Iowa farm energy use compares to other states and how individuals can save energy on the farm. First in a series of publications in the Farm Energy Conservation and Efficiency Initiative.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 11/2009
FormatPrice 
PDF
$0.00
Download




Related Products

Electric Savings: Understanding Demand and 3-phase Motor Use - Farm Energy
Sometimes simple changes can reduce energy use on the farm. Explore details on demand charges and 3-phase motors.
FormatPrice 
PDF $0.00 Download
Tracking the Energy Use on Your Farm - Farm Energy
Find out how to track your energy use on the farm with a simple energy log by using the provided Excel file linked within the PDF.
FormatPrice 
PDF $0.00 Download
Energy log $0.00 Download
Air Quality in Bedded Mono-Slope Beef Barns
Find research data about gas concentrations and dust associated with bedding, ventilation, and manure handling systems in mono-slope barns. Data were
FormatPrice 
Publication $0.00 Add to Cart
PDF $0.00 Download
Woodchip Bioreactors for Nitrate in Agricultural Drainage
Reduce nitrate in subsurface drainage systems with woodchip bioreactors. Explains how bioreactors work, how to install and use them, their positive an
FormatPrice 
Publication $0.00 Add to Cart
PDF $0.00 Download
Iowa Drainage Guide
This publication provides guidelines for drainage improvements installed on Iowa's agricultural land. It provides legal, soil management, and enginee
FormatPrice 
Publication $25.00 Add to Cart