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  • 1155 Lubbock St, Slaton, TX 79364 (806) 828-3379 (806) 828-4111 (806) 828-5912
  • 19812 Fm 400, Slaton, TX 79364 (806) 828-4111
  • 1813 Highway 84, Slaton, TX 79364
  • Roscoe, TX

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Company: Jerry Kitten Real Estate Address: 1155 West Lubbock Street, Slaton, TX 79364 Phones: (806) 773-2262

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Jerry Kitten, Slaton TX

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Specialties:
Buyer's Agent
Listing Agent
Work:
Jerry Kitten Real Estate
1155 West Lubbock Street, Slaton, TX 79364
(806) 773-2262 (Office)

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Jerry Kitten
President
KITTEN FERTILIZER & SUPPLY INC
Fertilizers
1813 S Highway 84, Slaton, TX 79364
(806) 828-6244, (806) 828-4111
Jerry Kitten
Owner
JERRY KITTEN BROKER
KITTEN MANUFACTURING & INVESTMENTS INC
Business Brokers
1155 W Lubbock St, Slaton, TX 79364

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Sugar Mobilizing And Insect Combatting Fertilizer Composition And Use

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US Patent:
6335308, Jan 1, 2002
Filed:
Mar 29, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/537094
Inventors:
Jerry Kitten - Slaton TX,
International Classification:
C05G 300
US Classification:
504101, 71 24, 424646, 424660, 424677, 424722, 424DIG 10
Abstract:
A fertilizer composition, prepared by further diluting an aqueous concentrate and containing an admixture prepared from calcium, potassium, iron, boron and humic acid, when applied to sugar-containing plant leaves infested with sugar-eating, slow-moving, soft-bodied insects, decreases the sugar concentration in such leaves sufficiently to discourage such insects and effectively to rid such leaves of those insects.

Sugar Mobilizing And Insect Combatting Fertilizer Composition And Use

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US Patent:
60510439, Apr 18, 2000
Filed:
Nov 10, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/149766
Inventors:
Jerry Kitten - Slaton TX
International Classification:
C05F 1102
US Classification:
71 24
Abstract:
Sprayable aqueous fertilizer compositions comprising humic acid in combination with nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium and boron, when applied to sugar-containing plant leaves, achieves a dual purpose of significantly altering the sugar-content of such leaves and eliminating infestation of such leaves by sugar-eating, slow-moving, soft-bodied insects.

Barbecue Pit Structure And Method

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US Patent:
54819644, Jan 9, 1996
Filed:
Dec 12, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/319878
Inventors:
Jerry Kitten - Slaton TX
International Classification:
A47J 3704
A23B 404
US Classification:
99339
Abstract:
A barbecue pit has a oven and a firebox mounted upon a frame which includes a reach pole, wheels, and a trailer hitch. The heat and smoke from the firebox enters into the bottom of the back of the oven. A baffle regulates the flow of heat into the oven and prevents flames from entering the oven. A chimney has its intake located at the bottom of the front of the oven and extends to sufficient height to prevent smoke from getting in the eyes of attendants. Access to the oven is by a rack opening. A rack rolls in and out of the oven on rollers and has a series of doors which close the rack opening of the oven when the doors are aligned therewith. The rack opening and intermediate doors, the oven is rarely opened so that smoke and heat escapes therefrom.

Bar-B-Que Pit

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US Patent:
D3668045, Feb 6, 1996
Filed:
May 12, 1995
Appl. No.:
D/038801
Inventors:
Jerry J. Kitten - Slaton TX
US Classification:
D 7334

Barbeque Grill

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US Patent:
D4412494, May 1, 2001
Filed:
Jan 3, 2000
Appl. No.:
D/116470
Inventors:
Jerry J. Kitten - Slaton TX
International Classification:
0702
US Classification:
D 7334

Self-Loading Material Hauler And Distributor

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US Patent:
57951241, Aug 18, 1998
Filed:
Jun 5, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/658371
Inventors:
Jerry J. Kitten - Slaton TX
Wayne Hurt - Slaton TX
International Classification:
B60P 136
US Classification:
414489
Abstract:
A self-loading vehicle for moving cotton modules or bulk materials such as compost or cotton burrs. The vehicle utilizes a chain conveyor system on a tiltable bed. Long conveyor bars or lugs are attached horizontally to the chains to aid in gripping the material being moved. The chains lie in valleys in the bed, and are separated by ridges. The ridges and valleys help to channel loose bulk material toward the moving chains. Vanes or scrapers on the bottom of the horizontal bars assist in scraping small portions of loose bulk material out of the vehicle. A multi-position spreader on the rear of the bed may be moved down into a position to disperse bulk material, such as fertilizer or compost being spread onto an agricultural field. The spreader is moved up and out of the way for loading bulk material. The vehicle with spreader removed or positioned in its uppermost position is also utilized as a vehicle for transportation of cotton modules.
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