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More Loads Going Out

Today, we've gone back to work loading hay for another one of our customers. Today, we placed straps on the bundles of hay to make it easier to pull them off of the truck when they reach their destination. In case you don't have the facilities to offload with a ramp or loading dock, we can set this up for you as well. These straps are simply returned to the driver when you've offloaded the truck, and the driver brings them back to us.

We can also put strings on the top bundle as it gets loaded, allowing you to pull the bundles down much more safely than if you are trying to pull the bundles down manually while standing in front of them.

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