Propane isn’t just for grilling burgers. It actually helps make the burgers you throw on the grill, by powering the farms that grow the feed and the cattle ranches that produce the beef.
Propane is used in nearly every aspect of farming, from combating insects and running farm vehicles to drying grain and warming orchards during winter cold snaps. On dairy farms, tankless propane-powered water heaters ensure farmers have the hot water they need to clean and sanitize milking areas, all while cutting costs.
If you eat it, a farmer grew it. And he probably used propane at some step along the way.
Nearly 830,000 farms across the country depend on propane because it is:
- Environmentally friendly.
- Cost effective.
Considering propane for your farm? Let’s talk about your needs.