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Propane shortages, price hikes make cold winter worse
Charles Maude raises cattle and hogs on his family’s South Dakota homestead about 40 miles southeast of Rapid City. He just paid $2.89 a gallon for propane to fill a 220-gallon tank and heat a farrowing building on his property. That figures out to about $635 in one payment.
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