In order to dry their crops, farmers rely mainly on natural gas and propane – both transported via pipelines – before they can be brought to market.
We as Americans are fortunate to live in a country that places such an emphasis on ensuring access to a safe and affordable food supply. In turn, we must do all we can to guarantee agriculture’s success decades into the future through building the necessary infrastructure to provide farmers and ranchers with the resources they require to continue growing our food, fuel and fiber.
Underground pipelines safely and efficiently transport natural gas, which in recent years has become an essential on-farm input and one that most American farmers can no longer operate without.
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