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Farmers enjoy the economical, environmentally-friendly, and efficient properties of propane to provide energy for a wide range of applications.

Grain Drying
Grain drying ensures that grain is safe for storage, which makes it an essential step in the harvesting process. There are a couple of fuel sources that are used to power grain dryers but propane is the most common with 80% of farmers who dry grain using propane as their fuel. Propane for grain drying is more convenient, versatile, efficient, and safe.
Livestock Operations
Keep your livestock warm, clean, and healthy with the power of propane. From space heating and water heating, to incubation and brooding, to waste management and sanitation, FS proudly offers your livestock facilities clean-burning propane. We know that keeping your livestock facilities clean and your animals comfortable and healthy is a top priority, which is why the efficiency and versatility of propane covers a wide variety of applications that can enhance the livestock industry.
Irrigation Generators
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, nearly 55 million acres of U.S. farmland is irrigated. At FS, we know growers like you are concerned about the rising fuel costs associated with this highly energy-intensive farming operation. That's why we're proud to offer propane as the preferred alternative energy source and a proven fuel for agricultural irrigation pumps.
Weed Control
If you're concerned about the environmental and health risks of chemical weed control as well as the associated high costs and problems with weed resistance, you're not alone. Many farmers are turning to propane-fueled flame weeding as an efficient, easy-to-use, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly alternative. This proven weed control method has been approved for use in both organic and conventional farming operations. With no chemical residue, fear of weed resistance, and the preservation of water and soil quality, propane weed control is an option anyone can stand behind.

Fuel for the whole farm