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The Importance of Quality

Updated: Jun 5

We talk on this site about our constant commitment to quality and ensuring that our customers get only the best quality materials delivered to them. This week, we took the time to show you how we load trucks and monitor for quality controls. The first bundle was not to the quality specifications that we expected, so it was set aside and we did not put it on the truck, while the second bundle met our requirements and was shipped to our customer.

If you have any questions or thoughts about our quality processes, please reach out, or, if you find yourself needing hay, please reach out then too.

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