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Propane for Homeowners and Businesses

Summer Fill Pricing

Burnett Dairy Cooperative is a full-service propane supplier serving homes, farms, and businesses in Northwestern Wisconsin and East Central Minnesota. We lease and install 120, 250, 500, and 1,000-gallon propane tanks for residential, agricultural, and commercial customers.

For more information on having a propane tank installed at your home or business, please call 715-689-1032. Our team is proud to serve you. 


Shawn Teska

Shawn Teska

VP of Agribusiness
Cell: 608-604-8990
Email Shawn

Tim Kreuser-Peterson

Tim Kreuser-Peterson

Fuels Sales Specialist / Operations Supervisor
Cell: 320-438-0771
Email Tim


Sara Jensen

Sara Jensen

Energy Account Specialist
Office: 715-689-1004
Email Sara


Jeneviev Sullivan

Jeneviev Sullivan

Agribusiness CSR
Office: 715-689-1039
Email Jen



Roger Sandberg

Roger Sandberg

Propane Service Technician
Cell: 715-491-3935


Chris Fields

Chris Fields

Propane Driver


Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson

Propane Driver




Bruce Hughes

Bruce Hughes

Propane Driver


Bill Schmidt

Bill Schmidt

Propane Driver



Delivery Options

Propane Truck

Burnett Dairy is proud to serve its customers 365 days a year. We offer three convenient delivery options to best fit the needs of the customer.

  • Scheduled Delivery: Scheduled delivery is a Degree Day or monitor system of predicting/gauging the percentage in your propane tank based on the “heating degree days” of the current heating season along with the prior year(s) usage of your home. The Degree Day system works well from year to year providing no major changes in your usage year over year. While the monitor gives us real time usage, Burnett Dairy will fill your tank when it nears the 30% mark or below. 

    Please contact us if there are any changes so we can adjust your usage (ex. If you go south for the winter and one year you don’t, you will use more propane and we need to be aware of this change.).

    Click here for the Scheduled Delivery Form
  • Will-Call Delivery: You contact us when your tank reaches the 25% mark.
  • Electronic Monitor Delivery: Burnett Dairy can install an electronic monitoring system on your propane tank which records the tank volume daily. Delivery will be made when your tank reaches 20-30%. Please contact us for more information.

To order or for more information on delivery options, please call 715-689-2786 or 1-800-854-2716 option 3.

We are available 24/7 for emergencies. Call either phone number listed above to speak with our on-call personnel. Same day delivery & pressure check charges may apply.

Payment Programs

Burnett Dairy strives to add convenience and value to your bottom line through pre-pay and budget payment programs.

  • Pre-pay: Pre-paying for propane allows you to pre-purchase propane for the heating season at a fixed price per gallon. All accounts must be current to purchase pre-pay and our minimum purchase for pre-pay is 300 gallons. After the pre-pay contract expires, any dollar amount left in your pre-buy will convert to next year’s pre-pay price. Pre-pay information is mailed out to current customers by the end of July. If you are not a current customer, please call 715-689-2786 for pre-pay prices.
  • Budget: As a budget customer, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of pre-set monthly payments as well as cash discounts. Being a budget customer also allows you to take advantage of scheduled delivery service if you choose that delivery option.

    The time period of the budget is from June 1st thru May 31st. Budgets will be re-written in June of every year for the upcoming heating season. Contact Customer Service at 715-689-2786 if you would like to learn more about this program.

Need Energy Assistance? 

Need help paying your bill? Please click here for a list of energy assistance locations.

Propane System Check

Delivery, Propane Check

Propane System Check is a preventive maintenance program developed to help the propane industry meet the requirements of the National Fuel Codes. The system check consists of checking everything from the tank to the appliances. Burnett Dairy has the following requirements:

All gas systems must go through a system check if:

  • You're a new owner/renter of the property
  • You added a new appliance
  • You experienced an interruption of service

The customer must be home when the system check is performed.

What all does a system inspection entail?

1. Propane system is shut down for about 10 minutes to pressurize the lines to be sure there is no leaks.

2. Regulators are checked and if they are 25 years or older, we ask that they be replaced.

3. Our technicians will check everything to be sure it is up to date and up to code.

4. Our technicians will light all appliances/furnaces that run on propane to be sure you are up and running before he leaves your home.

This inspection will provide you with the opportunity to become familiar with how your system operates, particularly how to shut it off if required to do so. This program is free to customers unless repairs are needed. To schedule a system check, please call 715-689-2786.

Add a splash of color 
Need your tank painted? During the summer months, we will come and paint your tank for you. There is no charge if you lease your tank, there may be a charge if you own your tank. Color options are gray, green, tan, or white.


Propane Safety Information



Let's start at the source. What is carbon monoxide? Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that is poisonous to humans. It is known as the "silent killer" because humans cannot tell when they are around it, but can be very dangerous. A CO detector is a safety device that can alert homeowners of a CO leak and help them escape a potentially life-threatening situation, like CO poisoning.

Here are 6 things you should know and ask yourself when buying or replacing your carbon monoxide detector.

1. What does a carbon monoxide detector do?

Carbon monoxide alarms detect poisonous gas and provide early warning. In the event of a carbon monoxide leak, it is critical that you get to fresh air ASAP.

2. What are the main sources of carbon monoxide leaks?

Carbon monoxide can be produced by any fuel-burning device. Three main sources are your home’s furnace, the dryer vent in a drying machine, and a fireplace or chimney.

3. Where do you install carbon monoxide detectors?

You should have carbon monoxide detectors on every level of your house and in every bedroom, sleeping area, and common room for extra safety while sleeping.

4. Where should you place carbon monoxide detectors?

Carbon Monoxide alarms can be placed on the wall or the ceiling and will be just as effective.

5. What does it mean if my carbon monoxide alarm is beeping?

Refer to your product manual for specific beep patterns for your alarms. Typically…

• 4 beeps and a pause: Carbon monoxide is in the air and you should seek fresh air immediately and call 911.

• 1 beep every minute: The alarm has low batteries and they should be replaced.

• 5 beeps every minute: The alarm has reached the end of its life and needs to be replaced.

6. How often should you test and replace your carbon monoxide detectors to make sure they are working?

Carbon monoxide detectors should be tested at least once monthly. Replace batteries every 6 months. Replace the detector every 5 to 7 years.



Many people don't think about routine maintenance for their furnaces until the wintertime or until something breaks. Sadly, those system failures usually happen on the coldest days or nights and can be very costly repairs. Preventative maintenance can help homeowners avoid these problems. Fall is the best time to schedule furnace maintenance. Homeowners will benefit in many ways when they schedule furnace maintenance before winter. Some of these benefits include:

Extend the Life of your System

Schedule furnace maintenance on a yearly basis. Parts that are worn out can be replaced so that the system always runs at peak performance.

Lower Your Heating Bill

When your furnace does not have to overwork to compensate for failing parts in the system, it will cost less to heat your home.

Increase Your Safety

Damaged or dirty parts in your furnace can lead to safety issues. Carbon monoxide leaks and fires are two issues that can occur when using a damaged furnace.

Avoid Costly Repairs

Worn parts can cause systemwide damage if left unchecked. You can avoid these costly repairs by replacing worn parts and having your furnace cleaned before using.

Avoid the Winter Rush

Fall is a great time to schedule furnace maintenance because you will avoid the winter rush. Schedule your maintenance early so that you are ready when cold weather hits.



Important Safety Information for you and your family

How to read a tank gauge

How to turn the tank off

If you suspect a leak