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Posted Fri, Aug 29 2014 02:22 PM CST
JENNIFER MICHAUD
FFJC
OKC, OK
405-401-2538

Posts: 13
ownerI am not allowed to put anything negative about this company but feel free to email me and I will let you know all about him. Livestock hauling has changed so much.It's sad whenthe laws protect trucking companies not drivers... REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Sat, Aug 30 2014 04:08 PM CST
SISSY MILLER
BUDDY HEAD LIVESTOCK & TRUCKING, INC.
LEBANON, TN
615-444-7641

Posts: 8

think you might be wrong about that young lady.a driver can get all the tickets he wants and his points goes against the company and their insurance gets cancel or rates go up .he can go some where else and get a job but his record still stays with the company for three years. or he can leave a company truck 1000 mile from home office abd he still goes some where else and gets a job.. if you go after him and do what needs to be done you get put in jail.no offense but you need to get your facts straight

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Posted Fri, Oct 17 2014 03:27 AM CST
JENNIFER MICHAUD
FFJC
OKC, OK
405-401-2538

Posts: 13

Well the same goes for the good name of a driver who has been hauling livestock for 29 years and a creep reports his truck stolen because he's mad the driver is quitting and taking his truck back. So I DO know what I am talking about sir.....

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Posted Fri, Oct 17 2014 03:34 AM CST
JENNIFER MICHAUD
FFJC
OKC, OK
405-401-2538

Posts: 13
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Posted Fri, Oct 17 2014 03:40 AM CST
JENNIFER MICHAUD
FFJC
OKC, OK
405-401-2538

Posts: 13

Plus a driver gets an overweight ticket because of their boss forcing that load on them and who gets in trouble? The driver.....I know one driver that got his license suspended for a year. Still think it's just the driver? Not to mention the fact that you can put on a drivers DAC that they abandoned a truck. Where can a driver report a company for abandoning a driver???? I have a big problem with how there is nothing in place to protect drivers from getting kicked to the curb with no way home. I can see why drivers don't bring back the trucks......now they have the added fear that they could be arrested for bringing it back.

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Posted Sat, Nov 29 2014 10:15 PM CST
JOHN COLLINS
BULLJAMMER TRUCKING
MABANK, TX

Posts: 8
Originally Posted by: JENNIFER MICHAUD
Quote: " Plus a driver gets an overweight ticket because of their boss forcing that load on them and who gets in trouble? The driver.....I know one driver that got his license suspended for a year. Still think it's just the driver? Not to mention the fact that you can put on a drivers DAC that they abandoned a truck. Where can a driver report a company for abandoning a driver???? I have a big problem with how there is nothing in place to protect drivers from getting kicked to the curb with no way home. I can see why drivers don't bring back the trucks......now they have the added fear that they could be arrested for bringing it back."

I have to agree with Jennifer on the overweight stuff, I wish I had a nickle for everytime I was loaded more than 80,000 lbs and have to jump scales so as to not get caught. Shippers don't care if we are overweight, they don't get a ticket, the driver does. If DOT would start fining the shippers instead of the driver that crap would stop asap!

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Posted Sun, Nov 30 2014 08:35 AM CST
ANN LOVE
DLTI
LIBERAL , MO
417-843-6513

Posts: 6

and you cow yourself cow haulers??

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Posted Sat, Dec 06 2014 07:47 PM CST
ROYCE HODGE
B&J TRUCKING LLC
SARATOGA, WY
307-399-1129

Posts: 3

We all live and work in an industry that is filled with corruption. We haul the overweights, dodge the scales, doctor log books, run extremely too many miles just to make a living.. I haul in an atmosphere of doctored papers, mass shipping and no time. Companies have known these factors and if we wont do it, there is always some other fool down the road that will. What needs to happen is a cattle haulers association of truckers that can regulate who and what ships. It is virtually impossible. Its almost like the American Truckers Asc. They talk a good line but when it comes down to the line, they aren't there for anyone. I boycotted Arizona back in 1986. My truck got towed off the scales in Ehrenburg while 50 trucks drove around me. I lived in Arizona at the time. Jennifer,if you want justice, it won't happen. You need to be a little more picky who you haul for. There are good companies out there. All of them have one goal. To ship as much as possible and make the most money. They all have a hand in the basket, just some are a little more considerate of what we deal with. I've heard of midnight loads in Texas from feedyards and lot pens marked for a driver. That tells me to stay away. Use some common sense and pick your broker or shipper. Cover your own tail end first, make money second and thirdly don't be stupid. It's a game we play. We deal with it every day. I mind my manners, drive like I mean it and deliver my load. Bottom line.

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Posted Tue, Dec 09 2014 04:10 PM CST
JORDAN NORR
A&M TRUCKING
RIGBY, ID

Posts: 1
Originally Posted by: ROYCE HODGE
Quote: " We all live and work in an industry that is filled with corruption. We haul the overweights, dodge the scales, doctor log books, run extremely too many miles just to make a living.. I haul in an atmosphere of doctored papers, mass shipping and no time. Companies have known these factors and if we wont do it, there is always some other fool down the road that will. What needs to happen is a cattle haulers association of truckers that can regulate who and what ships. It is virtually impossible. Its almost like the American Truckers Asc. They talk a good line but when it comes down to the line, they aren't there for anyone. I boycotted Arizona back in 1986. My truck got towed off the scales in Ehrenburg while 50 trucks drove around me. I lived in Arizona at the time. Jennifer,if you want justice, it won't happen. You need to be a little more picky who you haul for. There are good companies out there. All of them have one goal. To ship as much as possible and make the most money. They all have a hand in the basket, just some are a little more considerate of what we deal with. I've heard of midnight loads in Texas from feedyards and lot pens marked for a driver. That tells me to stay away. Use some common sense and pick your broker or shipper. Cover your own tail end first, make money second and thirdly don't be stupid. It's a game we play. We deal with it every day. I mind my manners, drive like I mean it and deliver my load. Bottom line."

Apparently yall need a reality check. I got into cattle haulin to run way too many miles and jump scales. If you don't like it go run for Swift! I'll glad take your loads for ya!

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