Heidel Hollow Farms has been a family owned farm since 1852 and is currently an 1,800 acre operation in Germansville, PA on April 20, 2011. Led by President David Fink they mainly produce and compact hay for export; additionally they grow produce on 300 acres for local sale within a 40-mile radius. With the financial help of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) an 896 panel solar array was recently installed on unfarmable diversion ditches. Rated at 200 kilowatts, they project 240 megawatts of electricity to be produced each year, providing up to 70% of the farms electrical needs. Electr

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Heidel Hollow Farms has been a family owned farm since 1852 and is currently an 1,800 acre operation in Germansville, PA on April 20, 2011. Led by President David Fink they mainly produce and compact hay for export; additionally they grow produce on 300 acres for local sale within a 40-mile radius. With the financial help of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) an 896 panel solar array was recently installed on unfarmable diversion ditches. Rated at 200 kilowatts, they project 240 megawatts of electricity to be produced each year, providing up to 70% of the farms electrical needs. Electr
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Heidel Hollow Farms has been a family owned farm since 1852 and is currently an 1,800 acre operation in Germansville, PA on April 20, 2011. Led by President David Fink they mainly produce and compact hay for export; additionally they grow produce on 300 acres for local sale within a 40-mile radius. With the financial help of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) an 896 panel solar array was recently installed on unfarmable diversion ditches. Rated at 200 kilowatts, they project 240 megawatts of electricity to be produced each year, providing up to 70% of the farms electrical needs. Electrical energy is sent into the local power grid for credit and draw power from the grid with preexisting connections.

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