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Gila River Propane, Sacaton, AZ, 85147

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Gila River Farms

Gila River Farms was founded in 1968 on the Gila River Indian Community. It is divided into for different ranches totaling more than 15,000 cropped arces. Gila River farms began primarily as a cotton rasing operation. We grow wheat, barley, cotton, alfalfa, oranges, tangelos, lemons, tangerines, and grapefruit. Later on a division was added to Gila River Farms which is Gila River Propane.

Phone number: 
(520) 315-2162
Selling: 
Propane
Facebook Reviews: 
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Cities served: 
Sacaton, Chandler Heights, Casa Grande, Queen Creek, Bapchule, Chandler, Gilbert, Maricopa, Stanfield, Coolidge, Higley, San Tan Valley, Valley Farms, Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix, Arizona City, Apache Juncti
on, Scottsdale
Counties served: 
Pinal County, Maricopa County
ZIPs served: 
85147, 85127, 85122, 85142, 85121, 85249, 85298, 85130, 85248, 85194, 85297, 85286, 85138, 85172, 85128, 85295, 85225, 85244, 85236, 85140, 85296, 85191, 85246, 85193, 85212, 85143, 85226, 85299, 8522
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Address: 
182 N Old Highway 93
Sacaton, Arizona 85147
United States
Pinal County

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