Building Heat

Keep Your Operation Competitive

Don’t let heating costs cut into your budget any more than necessary. Propane is a clean, efficient fuel that can keep plants, poultry, livestock, and your bottom line healthier. Keep exploring to learn more.

Propane's Uses In Agriculture

Learn about other uses for propane on the farm, subscribe to our Ag Post enewsletter, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What methods of propane building heating are typically found on agricultural operations?

Propane can be used for heating in a variety of different ways. Most commonly, propane is used to power furnaces, boilers, and radiant heaters on agricultural operations.

How can propane-powered heating solutions be used on my farm?

Because of its precise heating capabilities and non-toxic qualities, propane is a great fuel source for heating livestock such as swine and poultry. It is also a great heating source for greenhouses.

What are the first steps for implementing propane building heat on my operation?

Ask your equipment dealer for information on the propane building heaters that they carry, work together to determine your equipment needs, and reach out to a propane supplier in your area to discuss a fueling schedule and contract. Don't forget to apply for the Propane Farm Incentive Program once your equipment purchase has been confirmed.
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