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Jan. 24, 2014 |  By: A. Campbell

Missouri Propane Costs

While the frigid temperatures continue to blanket the area, farmers are being faced with another unexpected emergency.
The cost of propane continues to climb, almost doubling in some cases due to a lack in propane from suppliers.
President of the Missouri Farm Bureau, Blake Hurst of Tarkio, says all efforts are being used to find a solution.

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Hurst adds the problem will continue as companies continue not honoring contracts.

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Hurst says the Missouri Farm Bureau will continue working with participating companies to protect Missouri farmers.