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Image of bus in Minnesota powered by propane gas.Having trouble starting your company vehicles, tractors, or school buses in cold weather?

Propane could be your solution. 

Propane autogas vehicles with liquid injection systems avoid the cold-start problems common to their gasoline-powered counterparts.

Christmas 300 x 200Merry Christmas from all of us at Lakes Gas. This time of year, family is on everyone’s mind. And as a community partner, we think of your family as an extension of our family.

Image of man grilling on propane grill in the winter.

The temperature may be dropping, but that doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to your grill. Whether you’re experiencing a warmer-than-normal day, or you just really have a hankering for burgers, you can safely use propane your grill all year long.

Image of person looking at Lakes Gas job in the paper.At Lakes Gas, we pride ourselves on being your friendly neighborhood propane gas supplier. We live in the same Minnesota and Wisconsin towns as you do, and we see you at school events, the grocery store, and the post office.

Image of farm.If you eat food from a farm in the U.S., chances are that propane was used in some way to produce it. Nearly 830,000 farms in the U.S. use it in some capacity, from grain drying to heating. Here are some of the many ways propane is used on farms.

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