Since 2002, Alliance Truck and Tank has been offering LPG/NH3 bulk storage tanks and installation services to the Agriculture Industry. Along with a combined 40+ years propane industry experience, our company leadership includes a Nebraska rancher and a Montana farmer making us uniquely qualified to address agriculture industry needs.
We are located in the heart of Big Sky Country, but offer new and used equipment from various locations across the U.S. which keeps your transportation costs to a minimum. If you are looking for a new propane storage solution for your farm or ranch, Alliance is here to help.
Maximize Savings and Efficiency with Propane Bulk Storage
Secure significant cost savings and guarantee a steady and reliable supply of propane for running essential farm equipment such as grain dryers through the acquisition of bulk storage. With bulk storage, farmers can take advantage of lower wholesale prices, enabling them to allocate resources to other important tasks like crop maintenance and expansion. Furthermore, having an adequate propane supply ensures that the farm’s operations run smoothly at all times, particularly during peak farming periods.
Whether you are growing corn, soy beans, winter barley, raising chickens, operating a greenhouse or a dairy, we have propane storage tanks in all sizes to meet your specific needs. Want a system that is ready to go when it arrives? Ask about our turnkey skidded storage units.
In recent years, record breaking flooding in the corn belt and saturated soils in many states delayed planting season for most crops, which delayed harvests as well. As a result, the need for cost effective grain drying has been on the rise – the majority of which is powered by propane. Our agriculture customers now realize they can lock in lower wholesale propane prices and ensure they have the propane they need to power their dryers and other farm equipment by adding bulk storage and filling those tanks early. Learn more about skidded storage and propane grain dryers.
Contact us today to discuss propane storage tanks for grain drying!d
We also offer Anhydrous Ammonia (NH3) tanks for storage of agricultural fertilizer. NH3 is compressed into a liquid which requires a substantial amount of pressure and a specifically designed tank. All of our new propane and NH3 storage tanks are built per current ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, are National Board certified and will meet the requirements of all local authorities. Learn more about storage tanks.
After delivery, let our installation partners handle the rest. Installation services include permitting assistance, tank off-loading, tank foundations, valving, piping and much more. Rest easy and stay focused on the business while our professionals complete a safe and reliable installation. Learn more about installation services.
The payback period is a financial metric used to determine the length of time required for the cash inflows from an investment to equal the initial cost of the investment. Essentially, it is the amount of time it takes to “pay back” the initial investment. The payback period is often used as a measure of investment risk, with a shorter payback period indicating a lower risk.
View Payback Period to learn about the pay back for a typical propane skid tank setup used for fueling a grain dryer.
Propane Farm Incentive Program
Sponsored by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), the Propane Farm Incentive Program is a research program that provides a financial incentive up to $5,000 toward the purchase of new propane-powered farm equipment – including irrigation engines, power generators, agricultural building and water heating systems, and flame weed control systems.
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) supports the safe use of propane on the farm with new, one-page safety guides covering a variety of topics related to the safe use of propane and propane-powered equipment. All six safety guides can be accessed and downloaded for free from the PERC website. Each safety guide includes important information about code and training requirements, specific hazards and special safety considerations. Topics include propane safety on the farm, safety for transport delivery, using farm carts safely, safety for wet line dispensers, confinement barn safety, and crop dryer safety.