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Propane Shortages Worry Livestock Farmers

January 25, 2014
 
 

 

The Minneapolis StarTribune reports Saturday that propane shortages are a huge worry for Midwest livestock farmers.

Turkey and hog farmers are most at risk, because they use propane to heat barns. But even dairy farmers are vulnerable, because they rely on propane to heat water to sanitize milking equipments.

You can read more the propane shortage here as well.


 

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