USELESS TRAILER WASHOUT LIST
Posted Thu, Oct 02 2014 01:58 PM CST
JOHN COLLINS
BULLJAMMER TRUCKING
MABANK, TX

Posts: 8

I dont know if anyone else feels this way, but I find the Washout List inconvenient and pretty much useless. Probably 80% or more of the listings won't do livestock trailers and thats the whole purpose of the List in the first place, thats what we haul. As a premium member I would hope we could get this fixed, at very least add a yes or no column saying they do livestock trailers, but really if they dont they shouldn't be on the list!

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Posted Fri, Oct 03 2014 04:42 PM CST
GLENN SMITH
CIRCLE S CATTLE INC
SEARCY, AR

Posts: 5
I do agree 100%. Why exactly r they advertising on forum for Livestockers REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Oct 27 2014 12:03 PM CST
JAMES SMITH
B&J TRUCKING INC
COLUMBUS, NE
402-564-3380

Posts: 12
Originally Posted by: GLENN SMITH
Quote: "I do agree 100%. Why exactly r they advertising on forum for Livestockers"

most cattle haulers have 8 inches of manure in their trailers--if they have some woodchips mixed with and wash out more frequent its doable,but when water goes down the city sewer the wash does not want shut down. CLEAN YOUR MANURE OUT AND MOST WOULD BE ABLE TO WASH. One could not afford to wash out for what drivers would be willing to pay for the- 8 to 12 inchess of cattle manure. We are happy to wash out,but turn away when manure is deep!!!! Running out the holes etc. Our manure needs to go into a augar .to be hauled away because of our biosecurity in our wash, so wash more often and have woodchips mixed with manure so cattle manure go into augar. Cow manure becomes total liquid and would go down city sewer. We would hate to have the city shut us down. We built our wash for hog pot washes in the biosecurity atmosphere. Happy to do all cattle pot with woodshavings so it will go into the augar and up into the truck that hauls away the manure. Please please understand that trucks that rinse out once every three months is just too much and too thick for the city to.

remain happy with the wash!!

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Posted Tue, Nov 11 2014 06:37 AM CST
GLENN SMITH
CIRCLE S CATTLE INC
SEARCY, AR

Posts: 5
Point well taking REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Feb 02 2015 09:18 PM CST
JOHN COLLINS
BULLJAMMER TRUCKING
MABANK, TX

Posts: 8
Originally Posted by: JAMES SMITH
Quote: " most cattle haulers have 8 inches of manure in their trailers--if they have some woodchips mixed with and wash out more frequent its doable,but when water goes down the city sewer the wash does not want shut down. CLEAN YOUR MANURE OUT AND MOST WOULD BE ABLE TO WASH. One could not afford to wash out for what drivers would be willing to pay for the- 8 to 12 inchess of cattle manure. We are happy to wash out,but turn away when manure is deep!!!! Running out the holes etc. Our manure needs to go into a augar .to be hauled away because of our biosecurity in our wash, so wash more often and have woodchips mixed with manure so cattle manure go into augar. Cow manure becomes total liquid and would go down city sewer. We would hate to have the city shut us down. We built our wash for hog pot washes in the biosecurity atmosphere. Happy to do all cattle pot with woodshavings so it will go into the augar and up into the truck that hauls away the manure. Please please understand that trucks that rinse out once every three months is just too much and too thick for the city to. remain happy with the wash!!"

I still don't agree, we haul cattle here, I may do two loads a day. It might be several days before I get to the next washout. this list on here does me no good, i can find a regular wash anywhere, what is needed is a reliable livestock washout.

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