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Now Hiring: LP Service Technician

Premier Energy is seeking a full time LP service technician. The candidate must be willing to travel and work in our service area. Training will be provided. Responsibilities include: Install, maintain, troubleshoot fuel systems Maintain service vehicle maintenance...

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EPA Dicamba Ruling Raises Spirits, Questions, and Concerns

Dicamba makers are happy, but questions linger over federal rules including application dates and times. Mixed reactions reign following new rules issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last night for the use of dicamba formulations in dicamba-tolerant...

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Premier hosts field trip to Fair Oaks Farms

Premier Companies recently hosted two full busloads of children and their parents from two daycare facilities in Shelby County to spend the day at Fair Oaks Farms, which is considered the Epcot center of agriculture. For years Fair Oaks Farms has offered a unique...

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Farm bill amendment would let farmers kill black vultures

FLOYD CO., Ind. (WHAS11) -- An Indiana Congressman is pushing to let farmers protect their livestock from vultures. A Floyd County farmer said the threat is real and federal law prevents them from taking action until after newborn cows are destroyed by the birds. On...

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CountryMark donates more than $62,000 to National Guard

On Friday, June 22, Premier Companies participated in CountryMark’s 10th annual Fueling Freedom event. The event raised more than $62,000 to support local National Guard Family Readiness Groups. “These events were an opportunity for the community to come out and...

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Fueling Freedom celebrates 10th anniversary on June 22

On Friday, June 22, Premier Energy and CountryMark fuel stations across the Midwest will host Fueling Freedom, an event dedicated to supporting local military families. Between noon and 5 p.m., CountryMark and member owners including Premier Energy will donate 50...

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Survey Shows Indiana Remains a Top State for Cover Crops

Indiana farmers planted 970,000 acres of cover crops in 2017, according to a recent survey. Cover crops are now the third-most planted crop in the state, next to corn and soybeans. “With the late harvest and heavy rains farmers experienced last fall, seeing close to 1...

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Five Tips for DEF Winter Preparation

When using DEF in extreme winter conditions, there are precautions to take before it becomes a "slush" and freezes into a solid state. Although, the quality or performance of DEF is not compromised if it freezes. 1. Activate and Test Heaters. However, don't overheat...

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Winter Fuel Tips

Premier Energy and Heyob Energy’s promise to each customer is to supply the industry’s highest performing fuels throughout the year, in all weather conditions. When temperatures dip to subzero conditions, diesel fuels are put to the ultimate test. To deliver on our...

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Ag cooperatives play major role in philanthropy

Agricultural cooperatives contributed more than $10,000 to help fund the Ag Build, an annual Habitat for Humanity project at the Indiana State Fair. Along with Premier Ag, other participating co-ops were Harvest Land Co-op, Ceres Solutions. North Central Co-op,...

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Gift of Grain Contest

Jackson County farmers and tractor aficionados are invited to participate in the annual Giving a Gift of Grain program and the Head-to-Head: Green vs. Red contest. Donations benefit the community through funds administered by the Community Foundation of Jackson...

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