Kim's Taxi Service:
Moving food, fuel, fertilizer and fellas.
On call, 24 hours a day.
Short distances are our specialty.
I've added fertilizer retrieval to the to-do list this week. With Jake disking corn ground and Randy drilling wheat, Kim's Taxi Service has again been called into action.
The working conditions aren't spic and span. But the scenery is a great fringe benefit.
The 19-17 stands for 19 percent nitrogen and 17 percent phosphorus. This starter fertilizer will give the 2015 wheat crop a boost. It's applied by the planter, right next to the seed kernels.
|I don't usually use an HDR setting on my photos, but I liked it on this one.|
After the tank was full, I pulled around to the scales and weighed the pickup and tank again, giving the full weight. That way, the co-op knows how much to bill us. I wish I could skip that step, but, alas, it's not possible. How else would I get a manilla-envelope-sized "letter" from the co-op each month?
Kim's Taxi Service again ready for action. Cheap AND dependable!