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Posted Sat, Oct 01 2016 08:45 PM CST
DANNY RHODES
DANNY RHODES
SPRING, TX
281-376-1644

Posts: 2
Ive seen rough loads before but $1000 for 600 miles? Jeeze. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Oct 03 2016 01:04 PM CST
CODY TEETER
CODY TEETER
POCATELLO, ID
208-520-3649

Posts: 4
No kidding it's getting pretty ridiculous REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Wed, Oct 05 2016 02:45 PM CST
DANNY RHODES
DANNY RHODES
SPRING, TX
281-376-1644

Posts: 2
Well load is still there for $200 more. Guess they'll learn eventually. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Wed, Oct 05 2016 04:12 PM CST
AARON WILSON
AARON WILSON
BOISE CITY, OK
806-339-4568

Posts: 1
Yes it's getting cheap REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Sun, Oct 09 2016 11:11 AM CST
BRUCE WRIGHT
M LAZY J LIVESTOCK
HARLOWTON, MT

Posts: 24
These brokers must have come from the frieght industry with their almost 1 way rates. Even the guys with trucks brokering loads for 3.50 is a joke. Cattle are a live product they have to move, we should charge what it cost not what a buyer or broker think its worth. I know you all think your making money now with 7 axles, BS you're hauling more for less because your base rate is to low. Thete is no reason everyone should not be at 3.80 minimum on 50,000. Please don't use the fuel is cheap excuse, its as weak as they come. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE