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Let me introduce you to ZAYCON FOODS!

zaycon foodsLet me introduce you to ZAYCON FOODS!

Have you heard of Zaycon foods?? Zaycon Foods is a company based out of Washington that brings fresh meat and produce (never frozen) directly to your location in bulk at a terrific price!!

I want to share with you a little bit off of their site:

We combine the buying power of many families together, enabling us to negotiate huge savings on food purchases for your family

We bring products direct from the farm / processor (or as nearly as direct as possible). The products are as fresh as if you had your own farm, but without all the chores.

Our chicken is 100% natural chicken with no added hormones, additives or artificial ingredients.

Zaycon Foods offer this to us at an amazingly good price!! Normally it runs around $1.59 per pound! How terrific is that?? Natural boneless-skinless Chicken breast for that low of a price!!


The chicken breast comes in a large box and is divided up into four 10 lb. bags. I’ll be posting some instructions later this week on how to freeze your 40 pounds of chicken when it comes!! Mine arrived last week, and I spent about 1/2 an hour with my husband as we divided it up and put into our freezer bags! I’m also going to start posting chicken recipes that I’ve been trying!!

Zaycon Foods


Tomorrow I will be posting their giveaway for 40 pounds of chicken!!! You can enter even if you aren’t in the Kansas City area!! I’ll have the details tomorrow so be sure look for them!!

They will be making deliveries later this month in St Louis MO (St. Charles, Fenton, Chesterfield, Wentzville)

I-70 Corridor/ St Louis to Kansas City (Columbia, Jefferson City, Sedalia)

Kansas City MO (St Joseph, Liberty, Lee

Application and Release

Application and Release

Application and Release (Class 3 Air Brake Test) is required (on UPRR) under the following conditions:

Test must be conducted when:
? Any change is made to a locomotive consist.
? A caboose is changed.
? Picking up a block of previously tested cars.
? Helper locomotives are added anywhere in the train or removed from other than the
rear end of the train.
? One or more consecutive cars are set out of the train (excludes any set out of defective
equipment). However, a Class 3 Air Brake Test is required after setout of defective

Application and Release

Application and Release

The Application and Release air brake test is very simple and requires little time to perform. There has been recently a crew