Originally Posted by fittergirl
We picked up a multi-fuel Dayton from Grainger a couple years ago. I think it is around 150k BTU. Works great to warm the barn up quickly then we usually use the furnace to maintain the heat if we are gonna be out there for awhile.
Diesel is cheaper than kerosene right now, especially if you have access to red fuel.
How do you get around the burning lungs feeling of red fuel? We usually pour in a gallon of gas with each 15 gal tank.