Posted 2007-10-09 9:20 AM (#2353742 - in reply to #1294392) Subject: RE: Hay Hauling Info
Location: Barnesville, GA
I will add my name to the list of Haulers. I'm an Agent for Landstar, I've been hauling hay since last October from OK back to GA, I also have been hauling it for a guy in Ar to GA. I have trucks nationwide, I use 53' vans, and get 600+ bales per trailer which is safer than hauling Flatbed and having the drivers deal with tarps, or a gazillion straps for the same # of bales, unless they use a step deck.
Posted 2011-07-14 10:01 PM (#5778874 - in reply to #1294392) Subject: RE: Hay Hauling Info
My family has a trucking business in wyoming and we've made our living for 20 years finding and hauling hay south, mostly to Texas. We haul mostly horse quality hay (alfalfa or alfalfa/grass) but are not limited to just that. Our contact info is:
Posted 2012-09-30 2:30 PM (#6477568 - in reply to #1294392) Subject: RE: Hay Hauling Info
I am a horse owner and Owner Operator with a CDL. I haul and transport round and square bales of hay professionally to horse ranches locally, regionally and around the country. Centrally based out of Oklahoma, I haul and transport hay with a 53' Drop Deck Semi Flatbed Trailer. Call me @ 918-351-4646 anytime. No text or email please.
Thanks for your time.