Midwest Ag Systems Offers REAP Options

Midwest Ag Systems Offers REAP Options

March 21, 2015— Rockport, IN: As tax season comes to a close, local grain equipment dealer, Midwest Ag Systems, seeks to educate on the benefits of the Rural Energy for American Program (REAP). Area farmers can benefit greatly from the programs efficiency upgrade requirements, both on farm and in the pocketbook.

The REAP Program basis remains the same in 2015, but by segregating the project costs by tier, the application time and complexity has been reduced. The tiers include less than $80K, $80K to $200K and greater than $200K. Also, projects that conserve energy are now evaluated by BTU saved.

The team at Midwest Ag Systems is trained and certified in the latest grain conditioning technology. An on-site audit of existing drying equipment could potentially save area farmers a great amount of money. Midwest Ag’s dryer specialists can assist you in measuring BTU output before and after on-site conditioning upgrade. Modern grain dryers have controls available that measure output levels, like GSI’s Vision Controls.

Often, a simple service call can recover efficiency from drying equipment. Area farmers that are not interested in replacing their existing equipment can schedule a service audit or enroll in Midwest Ag’s inspection and maintenance program that offers discounts, written reports and priority break-downs.

Midwest Ag Systems offers quality grain system products and services that you can count on. In operation since 1986, the team has centuries of experience and training in design, sales, construction and service. Midwest Ag sells, services and installs GSI grain bins, GSI portable dryers, GSI & Zimmerman tower dryers, GSI grain elevators, GSI conveyors, air systems and custom augers. They are also able to re-coop equipment removed from existing sites, thus offering refurbished grain dryers, transport augers and material handling equipment. In Rockport, Indiana, Midwest Ag houses an onsite parts depot and a global, online parts store. Whether you are looking for a new system design or an existing system upgrade, Midwest Ag will do their best to provide the most efficient answer to meet your need.

For more information, please visit www.midwestagsystems.net or call 800-319-2475.