Poultry Farmer saves Fuel Costs with new Kroll Kozy
Burning LPG heaters directly into the sheds (which is frequently done by poultry growers) means that the combustion by-products enter the atmosphere of the brooder environment.
Note that one litre of LPG releases about 4 to 5 litres of water after burning; this water then enters the environment increasing humidity and wetting floors. Kroll Heating systems do not add moisture to the brooder environment.
Also, see the Auburn University Poultry Ventilation & Housing Section's paper on the financial advantages of switching from LPG to waste oil heating. Note also that LPG is $0.90 in the USA per gallon. In Australia, LPG is around $2.20 per gallon, or 60c per litre.
To summarise: Kroll Waste Oil heating can substantially reduce your fuel costs and has the benefit of reducing floor wetness & humidity in the brooder environment.