You would be surprised how many loads of alfalfa goes down there in a cow pot. 40 to 50 loads a week ? Be a close figure , knowing the number of trucks that run out of there weekly, the outside trucks that only do it a few times a year have a hard time to get any of the loads due to those hay buyers down there want to keep the loads for the steady trucks that run out west . My run would consist of loading here at my place leaving on the weekend for either a Monday or Tuesday unload date, then drop down to south Florida to reload back to here or 27miles from here with stocker calves /feeders , 1st time I ever unloaded my own hay at 12.00 a bale , blew me away how much they pay for #1 alfalfa plus pay me 75.00 per ton freight down, I am sure they are paying more these days, got burnt up doing that after several years of it. Run a 3450 mile trip up to 42 weeks a year, not me but my trucks , I had the best of both worlds for me , I could truck or I could stay on the farm. I have hauled many things in a pot potatos, onions, center pivot equipment most of the time it would walk on walk off you hoped so anyways. Oh btw you earn it if you have to load hay into a pot , my drivers refused to do it and I would not ask them anyway, I tried to hire a team of school boys to do it , it sucks really but you do whatever makes you a buck.