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Loading a Truck in 90 seconds

It takes us longer than 90 seconds to actually load one of our trucks for our customers, but the magic of time-lapse video lets us put this out so you can watch us loading a truck from tip to tail in 90 seconds. Actual time spend for this load was 15 minutes, but we've condensed it down so you can see how we load our trucks when we have a ramp available. Normal load times vary from 15 minutes to 2+ hours if we load manually. Unloading for this customer is easy since they also have a dock, so there are no straps or cut bundles or strings on top of the bundles this time. If you need hay, we're here to help, reach out and let us know what you need so we can talk and help you out.

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