Hay Producer Wanting To Learn How Trucking Like To Ship.

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Chief Brody's Comment
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We have a colorful contributor to The Forum named Todd.

Your post is very similar to something that Todd would post.

Ryan B.'s Comment
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"Deep East Texas"

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Round Rock?

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just down the street, 200 miles to the east of Round Rock

Lufkin or Livingston area.

Good Ol' Rhett's Comment
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"Deep East Texas"

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Round Rock?

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just down the street, 200 miles to the east of Round Rock

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Lufkin or Livingston area.

south of lufkin

Dan67's Comment
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Have you tried Uship.com?

Good Ol' Rhett's Comment
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Have you tried Uship.com?

I havent, but open to suggestions

Davy A.'s Comment
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Have 42k in the box of hay right now 36 bales. They used and an end loader with a fork attached instead of a bucket. Big operation.

Good Ol' Rhett's Comment
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Have 42k in the box of hay right now 36 bales. They used and an end loader with a fork attached instead of a bucket. Big operation.

intrigued, but not sure how to translate : "Have 42k in the box of hay right now 36 bales."

what exactly does this mean?

$42,000 worth of hay in a barn?

Davy A.'s Comment
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Have 42k in the box of hay right now 36 bales. They used and an end loader with a fork attached instead of a bucket. Big operation.

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intrigued, but not sure how to translate : "Have 42k in the box of hay right now 36 bales."

what exactly does this mean?

$42,000 worth of hay in a barn?

42000 pounds. 36 big bales. It's a dry van. I haul hay about once a month for this supplier. They ship it on flat beds, dry van and refers, although it would make a mess of a refer trailer.

Dry Van:

A trailer or truck that that requires no special attention, such as refrigeration, that hauls regular palletted, boxed, or floor-loaded freight. The most common type of trailer in trucking.
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