The airplane was added to the business in 1989. It is one of the few airplanes around that carries motors and tool boxes. Most of the time, I use it on jobs farther away, and when I don't need all my equipment. Most feedlots have their own chute and wool press. I usually have one pickup at Fargo, and one pickup in the western portion of the route, and use the airplane to go between places. It is more expensive to fly, but when time is a factor, it is more practical to fly.