1. Store your fuel correctly. You can save fuel before it ever reaches the tractor. Paint above ground fuel tanks a light color and keep them shaded to prevent the loss of fuel by evaporation. 2. Perform regular maintenance on your engines and tires. Routine replacement of lubricants and air and fuel filters can […]
Does it pay to invest in protection for your valuable agricultural equipment? Absolutely! In this business, there’s no such thing as an “inexpensive” repair — and there’s no time for downtime. If you’ve been buying oil from your equipment dealer because you thought your warranty required you to use a certain brand of lubricants, check […]
What constitutes a “premium” diesel fuel? According to the National Council on Weights and Measures, “premium” diesel fuel is defined as a diesel fuel that is enhanced with an additive. The Engine Manufacturers Association also accepts this definition. There are no current enforceable guidelines established for what a premium diesel fuel must contain so a […]
Protect your Diesel Engines in Cold Weather by Keeping the Right Fuel in the Tank. CVA Energy knows you must keep your vehicles operating at their peak performance during the winter to maintain a profitable operation.
The Magellan and NuStar Pipelines that service the upper Midwest including Nebraska have announced the discontinuation of the 87 Octane Unleaded Gasoline effective September 16, 2013. It will be replaced with an 84 Octane Unleaded Gasoline that will require blending with 10% ethanol to allow it to meet the 87 octane minimum needed by gasoline engines.
The United Farmers Cooperative Energy Division prides itself on making Customer Service our number one goal. This means protecting equipment with Cenex’s Total Protection Plan. It is a small investment to make in exchange for valuable coverage and peace of mind. Get unsurpassed coverage while helping to ensure that only high-quality energy products go into your equipment.
The United Farmers Cooperative Energy Division prides itself on making Customer Service our number one goal. The summer of 2012 proved to be a great example of that. With the severe dry weather in the Midwest, the demands put on irrigation were high.