Watch the whole video Rob. I found it especially for you knowing how you like the inner workings of equipment. Notice the guy can load and unload without leaving the seat of the truck. Now this isn't a fast way to move hay, but is quite effective without the use of hydraulics and actually can be pulled down the road. See a lot of trucks with the sides broken and bent out at the top from guys loading round bales and hauling one home for a few horses or critters. The pressure gets stronger with each bounce. Actually for moving hay home, I use my 24' flat gooseneck trailer, my hay guy loads me in the field and I unload myself at home with the Oliver. This gives me the opportunity to use my pickup or the team once broke to drive a cart in the event the loader tractor won't start. Actually thinking it will be better anyway after the ground is frozen as the bales I bought range in weight from 1400-1800 pounds each. Bouncing across ruts and frozen fields is hard on the loader and tractor with that much hanging off of the front of it.
God and family, the rest is icing on the cake.
I'm so far behind, I think I'm in first place.
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