The rural community of Prairie Creek, Ind., recently welcomed their first CountryMark fuel station featuring premium-quality gasoline at 15817 State Road 63 southwest of Terre Haute.
"We switched from No. 2 diesel to PDX-4 just within the last year and have already seen performance improvers including increased fuel efficiency, reduced engine wear and friction. We have also been impressed with CountryMark's premium diesel fuel during the winter months with no reported gelling issues."
"We've been running CountryMark Premium Dieselex-4 fuel for 10 years and I can say with confidence it's a fuel that we can depend on throughout the year to keep our trucks rolling."
The 2016 Indiana State Fair will run from August 5-21 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. During this 17-day fair, the tractor shuttles will be powered by CountryMark's Premium Dieselex-4, and the antique tractors will be powered by CountryMark PLUS gasoline.
Many motorists are clogging their car's engine by not using gasoline with enough added detergents. That's the conclusion of a study released July 7 by the AAA auto club.
CountryMark's Fueling Freedom events on June 24 raised more than $64,000 to support local National Guard Family Readiness Groups.
CountryMark is gearing up for Independence Day with a Fueling Freedom event you won't want to miss! On Friday, June 24 between noon and 5 p.m. at participating CountryMark fuel stations, CountryMark will donate to local National Guard Family Readiness Groups 50 cents for every gallon of fuel pumped.
A solid work ethic and dependability are key traits farmers look for in hiring employees. But what skill sets are needed on farms today and in the future? Your chance to visualize the education for future employees can be shared in the 2016 Indiana Prairie Farmer/CountryMark Adult Essay Contest.
CountryMark recently named Brian Pope as the new vice president of strategy, focusing on leading strategic business planning efforts for the company.
CountryMark recently partnered with Indiana Prairie Farmer to sponsor a youth essay contest with the theme focusing on “How would you grow Indiana’s agriculture industry?”