Tips for using less propane

February 2014
Farm & Dairy;2/13/2014, Vol. 100 Issue 21, pA2
Trade Publication
The article offers tips from Ohio Pork Producers Council President Duane Stateler to reduce the use of propane during hog operations including barns ventilation management, temperature adjustment, and air leaks sealing.


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