Other mount NTFS at boot

trying to mount an external USB drive to FreeBSD 10.3

if I issue kldload fuse command and then follow up with ntfs-3g /dev/da1s1 /mnt the drive becomes accessible.

the confusion is about config files and settings.
1. is it
and does it go in to
/boot/loader.conf or /etc/rc.conf?

2. do I simply add ntfs-3g /dev/da1s1 /mnt to /etc/fastab file?

I updated /etc/rc.conf with
but for some reason ntfs driver didn't load.

Is there a log I can check that would indicate why it didn't load?
Upps, I realize my answer was pretty ambiguous... :)

So here is attempt number 2: Either add fuse_load="YES" to /boot/loader.conf or add kld_list="fuse" to /etc/rc.conf.
when I had the drive attached to Ubuntu computer, I was using the code below to mount it via fstab

UUID=169532793D736421 /media/ntfsdrive ntfs-3g permissions, auto 0 0

not sure if this helps?
It probably changed device names (i.e. is not /dev/da1s1 anymore). Look in /dev/diskid/ if you can find the correct device and partition in there e.g. with ls /dev/diskid/*s1

It will use the drive's serial number as part of the device name which you can get for all drives with e.g. dmesg | grep -i "serial number". If you've just plugged in the drive the last entry should be the serial number for your external USB drive.
no, the device name has not changed. I can still mount it manually. Wondering if the code you suggested earlier needs to be modified?

i have updated /etc/fastab with
/dev/da1s1 /mnt ntfs mountprog=/usr/local/bin/ntfs-3g,late,failok,rw 0 0