Feeding Farmers Week #4 – Lazy K Farms

Lazy K Farms just outside of Wapak in Auglaize County was the final stop for this year’s Feeding Farmers in the Field. Learn how this year’s crop is coming and why they put an emphasis on wheat as part of their operation.

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  1. Around 11:45 a.m today (2-6-19) a semi-truck with Lazy K Farm on the back of it pushed/forced me from the middle lane of New Circle Road or Circle 4 in Lexington, KY to the 3rd lane. What I mean by forced is the truck got so close to me I was forced to veer in the next lane. It was and still is raining very hard and we were both going about 55 miles an hour so it was so very scary for me and dangerous to say the least. It was hard for me to write the plate number while driving but what I got was Plate number TQS 5207. It scared me so bad that I have a busting headache right now. Nothing Tylenol won’t cure but it was pretty stressful.

    Please tell your truck drivers to be safe and courteous on the roads!!!

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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