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With free fuel and wood-burning boiler, farmer doesn't fear winter heating costs

publication date: Nov 1, 2005
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Energy costs this winter are predicted to be higher than ever. But we will breathe a little easier when the postman brings the utility bills. Here at Nobles Century Farm, all of our heating requirements are supplied by hot water from our wood-burning furnace. And best of all, fuel for the furnace is “scrap” wood obtained free from our local farm equipment dealer.



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