Minnesota farmers running short on propane

  • Article by: Mike Hughlett , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 2, 2013 - 8:03 AM

Minnesota’s corn crop was planted late, leading to a late harvest. Farmers need to dry the wet crop, but propane supplies are limited.

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verdepatoNov. 1, 13 9:18 PM

We need these pipelines to make food for us to eat Obama can your chew on this

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FrankLNov. 2, 1311:38 PM

Knowing farmers, how many waited til the last minute to fill their tanks? If they were decorating for Christmas, most would only buy their tree on Dec 24 and then complain about a shortage. Try planning ahead.

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mritoyouNov. 4, 13 8:06 PM

Knowing farmers....real clever pal.you have no idea the quantities of gas needed.we have 6000 gallons of storage and have filled up 4 times.its not a 1 time deal. We still have 4 days of corn left

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LilBeaverNov. 8, 13 9:24 PM

Years ago the farmers stored the corn on the farm in cribs which allowed Mother Nature help dry it by air circulation which was possible because when they picked it remained on the cob.

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