Propane prices have remained relatively flat in recent months. CHS Propane Sales Director Dennis St. Aubin says price volatility is a possibility in this uncertain market environment. “We like to make sure you control your destiny by having your storage full and prepared for fall.” More crop will go into the bin this fall and stalk integrity issues are forcing farmers to harvest corn at higher moisture levels. “North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and a portion of Wisconsin are the markets with the peak dryer demand. Due to concerns of stalk health, I think farmers will want to take off the crop earlier.” St. Aubin says propane storage hubs are well positioned to meet the fall demand for dryer gas.
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