Written on: July 11, 2022
If you have a job, you know that farming isn’t a 9-to-5 job. More than half the farmers in the U.S. say they work 10 hours or more every day.
That hard work adds more than $6 billion to the Oklahoma economy, with top commodities being cattle and calves, hogs, broiler chickens, wheat, and upland cotton. More than 81,000 Oklahomans work in agriculture.
With that workload, you need solutions that make your farm more productive and successful. The bulk propane and autogas services from Pitmon Oil & Gas provide those solutions, helping you keep costs down while making your farm more efficient and productive.
Because we are a locally owned and operated business, we understand your needs and provide personal, responsive service that you can trust.
Our commercial fuel experts will thoroughly go over your propane needs with you, then set up a customized bulk propane delivery service to your farm. We also provide fleet fueling services if you use propane autogas for your farm’s light-duty vehicles.
Propane’s efficiency, low emissions, and versatility make it an ideal fuel to use on farms. Here are just some of the ways Oklahoma farmers can put propane to use for them.
With propane, you get high-efficiency heating and water heating for greenhouses, barns, poultry houses, and other outbuildings.
Your fields will be safe from both weeds and toxic chemical herbicides when you use propane for flame weed control. By not using herbicides, you can get back to work in that field safely sooner.
You don’t have to worry about power outages for your home and buildings with propane standby generators.
Propane forklifts can be safely used both indoors and outside.
When you use propane for crop drying, it’s faster, more efficient, and you get a higher yield than other methods.
Many farms are discovering the benefits of propane autogas for light-duty vehicles. Using autogas lowers operating costs while reducing breakdowns and extending the life of those vehicles.
Want to learn more about our propane services for your farm? Get in touch with us today!