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Propane Pricing locked in season rate

Are you looking for lower propane costs for the farm ?

we are offering locked in rates for the drying season

we will beat any published rate with a rate guarantee

lower costs = lower drying costs

tank farms from 420 gal to multi 1000 gal tank farms

fully licensed journeyman on staff

call me 204-430-5361 for more information

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Forgot to add this is for Manitoba, Canada

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Get in Early folks this deal is not going to last long all of the prices include provincial fuel tax and the lovely Carbon tax that we all love...

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Propane 0.34 cents / litre in SK local coop
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unfortunately you cannot load up 4 x 1000 gal tanks on the back of a pickup truck and head out to the local co-op to fill 12k ltrs or so every 2nd or 3rd day.... lol this sort of thing is frowned upon by transport canada just a tad...
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Hard to argue with Hank Hill on propane and propane accessories! But at least in SK the coop has delivery trucks. No hauling tanks of propane down the roads like the good old days. They won’t even fill tanks if they have the tires on them they have to be on blocks. Like as if we can’t jack them after and put the wheels back on!

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Hard to argue with Hank Hill in propane and propane accessories! But at least in SK the coop has delivery trucks. No hauling tanks of propane down the roads like the good old days. They wonít even fill tanks if they have the tires on them they have to be on blocks. Like as if we canít jack them after and put the wheels back on!
Actually you have to cut the spindles off now. Wonít fill them if you donít.
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Dangit! They caught on to our shenanigans!

We installed a large drier on natural gas so hopefully we don’t have to fire up the propane drier and I’m done with those propane gangsters. Gangsters I say!
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I have old anhydrous tank on wheels converted for propane and so far able to get it filled in AB. I actually need to move it around yard to different bins so not having wheels would be a problem.
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you betcha requirement to not have wheels or spindles on the trailers...

kinda crazy we have 4 tandems filling tanks on site now

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