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Calculate your grain drying needs

Propane Education & Research Council calculator uses average yield to determine how many gallons you'll need to dry grain.

May 11, 2020

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A new Grain Drying Calculator tool has been launched by the Propane Education and Research Council.

The tool is designed to help producers determine the number of propane gallons needed each season using just three simple data points. The tool will allow users to estimate the amount of propane each operation will require, making it easier to fill tanks early and prepare for supply needs prior to an increase in demand.

Users of the calculator only need to input their average expected yield to determine the number of propane gallons needed to dry their crops by a specific moisture percentage. From there, PERC’s tool will calculate approximately how many gallons of propane will be needed.

“With simple inputs, PERC’s new tool provides a quick estimate to put producers in a good position well ahead of harvest season,” said Mike Newland, Director of Ag Business Development at PERC. “In the end, producers are ensured they have access to the propane they need while saving money in the process.”

To use the new Grain Drying Calculator, visit Propane.com/grain-dryers

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