I tried using transfer augers, but moving them between fields is a nightmare for one person(the one I had at least).
Thought about the airseeder hopper, but it still made us have to move the drills 5 feet when filling with different products and makes it so we need 2 people when filling. Last fall when banding fertilizer I nearly broke/tore my bad ankle running up and down the air cart 6 times per tank.
So I ordered a set of 8" Aluminum Michel's with the wireless remote for this spring. They're expensive, but they're the only thing we looked at that gave us the ability to load 2 products when staying in one place from the truck. If they can save me one ankle injury, I'll be happy.
EDIT: Also, I have side chutes. Not overly happy with them for seeding. I've used them here and there with good success, but always had to shovel a ton.
Learn to swim, I'll see you down in Arizona Bay.
Last edited by primer; 03-24-2012 at 11:57 AM.