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.
- Killing weeds
- Crop drying and ripening
- Irrigation engines
- Climate-control for buildings that house livestock
- Water heating
- Power generators
- Powering farm vehicles
- Heating orchards to prevent crops freezing
And because of its affordability, energy efficiency and ease of use, most farmers use it across multiple farm tasks.
Considering propane for your farm? Contact our sales department to discuss your needs.