BULL HAULERS AND CLEAN MVR
Posted Fri, Jan 20 2012 07:34 PM CST
DERRICK TUCKER
TUCKER LIVESTOCK
BOWLING GREEN, AL

Posts: 1
I see these help wanted ads. Driver wanted clean MVR must be willing to run hard. Really guys what kinda joke is that. Do u want a frieght hauler or a bull hauler. I really dont know a good bull hauler with a clean MVR. But i know plenty of good hands that have a messed up MVR. Also never seen a company say anything to a shipper about weight nether. Other then well ( is it prorated? ) If you guys are looking for a good bull hauler the ad prolly should say something like this.

WANTED: Bull Hauler wanted must have good connections from virginia to colorado. No licences required. Willing to lie on log book AND sometimes not run one. If late have good orginal excuse. Riders welcome as long as over age. 90 percent cash advance available, we like our drivers oweing us.


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Posted Tue, May 29 2012 11:33 PM CST
CLIFFORD JONES
N/A
MONTGOMERY, AL

Posts: 1
Originally Posted by: DERRICK TUCKER
Quote: "I see these help wanted ads. Driver wanted clean MVR must be willing to run hard. Really guys what kinda joke is that. Do u want a frieght hauler or a bull hauler. I really dont know a good bull hauler with a clean MVR. But i know plenty of good hands that have a messed up MVR. Also never seen a company say anything to a shipper about weight nether. Other then well ( is it prorated? ) If you guys are looking for a good bull hauler the ad prolly should say something like this. WANTED: Bull Hauler wanted must have good connections from virginia to colorado. No licences required. Willing to lie on log book AND sometimes not run one. If late have good orginal excuse. Riders welcome as long as over age. 90 percent cash advance available, we like our drivers oweing us. "

I KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN WITH THAT ONE BEEN THERE AND TRYING TO DO IT AGAIN FEEL ME, I JUST LOVE COWS AND CATTLE HAULING.
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Posted Thu, Jun 07 2012 12:12 PM CST
JESSIE SHERMAN
BAR S LAND & CATTLE CO IND
IXONIA, WI

Posts: 15
I hear you. It does not only go for Bullhauler's either. I own a 600,000 + acre cattle/horse ranch. I have approx 8o contracts with meat companies that buy my cattle. Your posted ad is 100% right on. I also have my own truck's,and bull rack's. All my customer's use their own truck's and very few use outside companies. This does away with all that B.S companies feed them. The large contract uses a co that pay's their driver's like 15.00 an hour. They run from my ranch in Maryland down by D.C to Hagerstown. 90 miles 1 way. They make roughly 5-7 trips per day. The driver's have no complaint's every week about their paycheck's or the co they work for. I guess it all depends on whom is running the show,and morals,value's,and good business sense. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE