here's a new business in town. At the end of February, Dryland Trucking opened their doors, well, truck doors, for business. Formerly Verhelst Ventures, Dryland Trucking will be providing trucking services for hauling grain, fertilizer, pellets, etc.
Allan Reidy and Trevor DeBruyne decided that they wanted to try something new so they bought themselves a 2002 Peterbilt, a 46' aluminum tridem grain trailer and the Verhelst business and hit the ground running.
Allan Reidy is married to Toni and they have two daughters; Braylee, Grade 8, and Ashlee, Grade 2. They lived in Ceylon, where Allan was working as a farm labourer for different farmers. In December they moved to Radville.
Trevor DeBruyne and Kendra Hanson have three children; Jessica, who is going to college in Vancouver, Jasmine, Grade 8 and Levi, Grade 4. Trevor raises cattle on their farm southeast of Radville and decided that it was time to diversify.
Trevor and Allan are excited about their new business. With Trevor raising cattle and in the middle of calving season right now, Allan is doing the majority of the driving which works just fine for these two. Trevor is there to help with the servicing and any other problems that may arise and both are available, through their cell phones, to take bookings for Dryland Trucking. The majority of their hauling seems to be to Weyburn but they are available to haul anywhere their customers need them to.
They are excited to extend the same great service to Verhelst Venture's past customers and hope to build up their client base gradually. Watch for Dryland Trucking's advertisement in the Radville and Deep South Star and if you need some trucking done, give these guys a call!