Propane

Serving our community with integrity and excellence, Ag Plus wants to earn your propane business. We offer propane for farm, residential, and commercial use. We have tank lease programs to suit each customer’s needs. Your safety is the number one concern at Ag Plus.

PROPANE PRODUCTS & SERVICES

  • Max Price Contract
  • Propane
  • Propane tanks— all sizes to lease
  • Propane cylinder refills or changeouts at our Marshall, Canby, Minneota, Ivanhoe, and Slayton locations
  • Competitively priced
  • Convenient delivery routes
  • Will Call and/or Regularly Scheduled delivery options

Propane Locations

Ag Plus Canby
1204 St. Olaf Ave. N
Canby, MN 56220
507-223-7241

Ag Plus Minneota
301 First St. on Hwy 68
Minneota, MN 56264
507-872-6182

Ag Plus Marshall
1100 Main Street East
Marshall, MN 56258
507-532-9686

Ag Plus Ivanhoe
103 W Railroad Street
Ivanhoe, MN 56142
507-694-1566

Ag Plus Slayton
3020 20th Street
Slayton, MN 56172
507-836-8585

Out of Gas Policy

Please click on the link below for information on our Out-Of-Gas policy.

Ag Plus Cooperative’s Out-of-Gas Policy

 

ROADMASTER WITH CFI

WinterMaster and Number 1 Fuels are no longer available. Minneota and Canby now have RoadMaster XL with a Cold Flow Improver (CFI). The fuel is operable down to 3ºF. Ghent has Number 2 Diesel Fuel with a Cold Flow Improver. This fuel is operable down to 8ºF. We will continue to keep the additive in the fuel until it warms up more. If you have any questions feel free to contact Adam at 507-223-7241.

Please help our drivers make your delivery easier!

PULLING A LARGE HOSE 50 FEET OR MORE THROUGH DEEP SNOW, IS NOT AN EASY TASK. PLEASE …

HAVE A PATH SHOVELED OUT, SCOOPED OUT, OR BLOWN OUT FOR THE DRIVERS.

IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!

 

COLD BUT MANAGEABLE:    

By Peter Schmitz

Severe cold finds all the weak and ready to fail equipment that we take for granted in normal weather conditions. A good example of this could be diesel fuel. In most cold snaps our diesel fuel temperature seldom gets down to -20 degrees below zero. With the common rail recirculating systems, the fuel in trucks is warmed and pumped back into the fuel tank of the truck.

The weather we had this past week is the exception. With air temperatures at -30 and wind chills consistently at -45 for a couple of days, the fuel in trucks that were parked outside for these last several days reached that -30 degrees, which effected the operability of the fuel.

Cenex Wintermaster has an operability of -30 degrees and is not designed to blend with number 2 diesel fuel. Depending how old your fuel filter is and the specific application of the truck, determines when the fuel system may start to fail. When the fuel temperature starts dropping below -30 degrees problems will start to pop up. Wintermaster is 70% number 1 diesel fuel and other additives to improve operability, lubricity and power.

I’ve had several comments suggesting blend with number 1 fuel. Yes that can work, however the number 1 fuel today is different than that of fuel of 20 years ago. Number 1 fuel is regionally refined and can have an operability from -30 to -60 depending on the refinery it came from and the region it serves. A 50/50 blend will provide protection down to -10 degrees fuel temperature. Adding Howes fuel additive does help, but only works down to -20 degrees fuel temperature. Lastly number 1 fuel is very dry and does not provide as much lubricity to help protect injector pumps, and injectors.

It was a weather anomaly to have -35 degrees air temp and -50 degrees wind chill for many hours preceded by just normal subzero weather. Our Cenex Wintermaster performed admirably, and the reality is most fuel systems will be fine the rest of the winter, unless we get a 5 day cold stretch followed by severe cold and -50 degree wind chills again.

Stay warm,  Pete

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