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RE:livestock hauling
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Rick Snyder    Posted 10-27-2002 at 09:45:34       [Reply]  [Send Email]
HI,to all i'm looking to get back into hauling livestock this november around the middle,and i'm looking for some info on where i can get setup to start hauling i would like to haul fats,feeders or whatever would like to haul back out to the midwestern states,i got a buddy that has a bullwagon and ask me if i would be interested in running it for him so i told him sure he asked where i would like to run so i told hime all 48 if possible he sold his ranch in california and moved all his stock over here to southern oregon he has rodeo stock that he contract out,and he was offered a job as a ranch manger so he took it so his truck and trailer have been sitting and if all wors out he will sell me the unit,if anyone can help i would apperciate it,i have 1 year hauling show cattle for a ranch that i work for here in oregon i would haul the cattle from the ranch in central point over to our ranch in fort klamath and haul when we would have our auction in march would haul them for the buyers that would buy the cattle,we have a lead on a job hauling dairy cattle down in southern california hauling the cows from dairy to pasture,but would like to haul to feedlots,packers,various ranches i have also hauled cattle to auctions when i was in high would haul for summer work did that till i got out of high school,i have 9 years over the road exp,if any can help i would appericate it
Thank you
Rick Snyder


kraig WY    Posted 10-27-2002 at 12:12:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Most people in these parts just contact sale barns. They always have buyers that are looking for someone to haul the cattle (or what ever). You should be able to locate then on the internet, if not e-may me and I'll give you a list.


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