Propane gets nod for farm heating

On farms, propane is most commonly used for heating purposes. According to a recent study by the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), 39 percent of agriculture producers use propane for heating their residences, while 55 percent use it for heating equipment sheds and workshops. In addition, 62 percent use propane for heating livestock confinement buildings and 56 percent use it for heating other remote farm buildings.

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