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Brad Nelson

In Tales of a Hay Hauler, Brad Nelson shares his unique perspective of the forage industry through his hay-hauling experiences, skillfully woven through storytelling and humor.

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Mitchell Lee Nelson came into this world with challenges. At the moment of his birth, I could tell that he had serious physical problems.

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I have food on my mind more than usual lately. About two months ago I started “The FAT BOYS’ Club”. The upside is that my weight is down almost twenty pounds – to where it was when I should have started the club.

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List the more memorable “firsts” in your life. You know, like first date, first fistfight, first speeding ticket, first child, first day of school, first home run or first job.

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Things get interesting when all the areas a hay hauler is familiar with run out of hay and the customers you haul to need more hay before the next year’s crop comes in.

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If I remember right, Vince Lombardi said it (if I have his name wrong, blame my son-in-law). The immortal quote goes something like this: “It doesn’t matter what the coach thinks. But if the coach can make the football player think that he can do a job, then there is no stopping him!”

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It was during World War II. Al was driving an army truck. Some form of army “brass” was riding with him. He was following his sergeant in another truck.

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