Luckey Farmers, Inc. has three cardtrol fuel stations available with gasoline, on road diesel, off road diesel, four bulk fuel delivery trucks  and one tanker truck. We also deliver fuel to your door and offer a fuel budget plan!

Our cardtrol fuel sites accept Luckey Farmers Personal Account Cards, MasterCard, Visa and Discover. These payment methods are accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Locations

Stop by any of our Luckey Farmers Fuel Stations 24 hours a Day, 7 days a week. Check out our locations here.

Products and Prices

We proudly offer gasoline, on-road diesel, and off-road diesel. Check out our full range of products here.

Delivery

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Order Fuel

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Latest Petroleum Posts

Luckey Farmers CEO Andy Swerlein Takes Part in D.C. Legislative Fly-In

Luckey Farmers President and CEO, Andy Swerlein recently traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in a legislative fly-in.  Swerlein traveled as a part of a team from the Ohio AgriBusiness Association for the National Grain & Feed Association's 2017 D.C. Fly-In....

Ohio Crop Progress Report – June 19, 2017

The US corn crop ratings were steady this week at 67% good/excellent.  While the Ohio corn rating was up 2 points at 52% good/excellent. US soybean were pegged at 67% good/excellent, up 1 point on the week.  Ohio soybeans are also up 1 point at 58% g/e. US winter...

Ohio Crop Progress Report – June 12, 2017

This was the first week for the USDA to release their crop condition report for soybeans. Ohio soybeans came in at 57% good/excellent, versus 68% g/e last year. Nationally, beans are 66% good/excellent, compared to 72% for this time last year. Ohio corn was up 1 point...

Ohio Crop Progress Report – June 5, 2017

The USDA pegged the national corn condition this week at 68% good to excellent, up three points from last week, but behind last year’s 75% g/e rating. The US corn crop as a whole is 96% planted. Ohio corn is 91% planted, up nine points on the week. The US soybean crop...

Ohio Crop Progress Report – May 30, 2017

Today is the first week for NASS to release their corn condition ratings and they pegged the US corn crop at 65% good to excellent, versus 72% for this time last year.  Ohio’s corn rating came in at 49% good to excellent, significantly behind last year’s 63% g/e. Corn...

Construction Begins at Bradner Agronomy

Construction Begins at Bradner Agronomy Construction has begun on our new warehouse.  The 42,600 sq ft warehouse (100 x 426) will house our fully automated bulk liquid CN (crop nutrient) & CP (crop protection) storage featuring two load out bays and one 24 hour...