OWNER OPERATORS???
Posted Mon, Aug 23 2021 05:00 PM CST
JEREL YOUNG
YOUNG TRUCKING
CORYDON, IA

Posts: 1
What has happened lately where there are no owner operators looking for work?? I would like to think that they all have jobs but from the looks of people looking for trucks is kind of telling me a different story. If you are an owner operator looking to haul hogs in iowa and Missouri mainly give me a call have trailers and plenty of work available. (641)895-1075. Closer to southern ia the better. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Wed, Aug 25 2021 10:08 AM CST
QUENTON BROWN
RANCH HAND TRUCKING
ODESSA, TX
432-212-4011

Posts: 38
Originally Posted by: JEREL YOUNG
Quote: "What has happened lately where there are no owner operators looking for work?? I would like to think that they all have jobs but from the looks of people looking for trucks is kind of telling me a different story. If you are an owner operator looking to haul hogs in iowa and Missouri mainly give me a call have trailers and plenty of work available. (641)895-1075. Closer to southern ia the better."

Well they got what they want corporate America took over and that brings freight hauling companies along with cut throat dispatchers cut the rate so we can't make it and then here you go working for one of them it's sad
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Posted Sat, Aug 28 2021 10:33 PM CST
TONY BROCK
TBROCK, INC.
LINCOLN, NE
402-730-9333

Posts: 5
I’d love to haul cattle, but I’d be taking a 60% pay cut. So, I’ll stay on the reefer. Livestock has to be the poorest paying segment in trucking. Just my experience. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Wed, Sep 15 2021 08:50 AM CST
AUSTIN SMITH
HIGHPOINT CATTLE COMPANY LLC
SPRINGVILLE, AL
205-937-5766

Posts: 2
Then get off the network it’s for livestock shippers and haulers. The people in this industry do the work other will not. Take your experience to Facebook or tiltok with all the others. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Wed, Sep 15 2021 02:46 PM CST
QUENTON BROWN
RANCH HAND TRUCKING
ODESSA, TX
432-212-4011

Posts: 38
Originally Posted by: AUSTIN SMITH
Quote: "Then get off the network it’s for livestock shippers and haulers. The people in this industry do the work other will not. Take your experience to Facebook or tiltok with all the others."

Last time a checked everybody wants to be a bull hauler dang everytime I pull in the truck stop people wanna talk about it this is the richest trucking you can do if you get in right ya it didn't work out for you so you had to go back and do what you no freighthauler what takes you a year to make we do it in 6 months Big bull hauler LOVED BY MOST HATED BY ALL don't forget to put diesel in your little reefer tank
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Posted Thu, Sep 16 2021 11:33 AM CST
CARLOS GARIBAY
PIONEER LIVESTOCK
EL PASO, TX

Posts: 2
He’s correct REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Sat, Sep 18 2021 08:47 PM CST
GARY MCCLENDON
WHICHWAY
COWTOWN, TX

Posts: 14
Please stay on your Reefer and out of the way. Not sure why you would even be be on the Network. Your rep[y reminds me of a teenager. Maybe that is what is wrong with the industry, If you can get a CDL then you can get a job pulling a reefer (about all it takes) Hell they will send you to a 3 week school then send you after reefer load. Leave the Cattle Industry to PROFFESIONALS and GROWN PEOPLE. The rest of you stay out of the Truck Stops maybe you wouldn't think everybody wants to be like you (NOT). REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Sep 20 2021 12:38 PM CST
QUENTON BROWN
RANCH HAND TRUCKING
ODESSA, TX
432-212-4011

Posts: 38
IM PROUD TO SAY EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE A BULL HAULER SOMETHING YOU AIN'T NEVER BEEN AND WILL NEVER BE BETTER YET DRIVE A TRUCK GET OUT OF COWTOWN AND GO TO FUNKY TOWN YOU WANNA BE REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Tue, Sep 21 2021 01:52 PM CST
GARY MCCLENDON
WHICHWAY
COWTOWN, TX

Posts: 14
Kiddo, I probably hauled more cattle backwards then you have seen! And have the references to back it up. Your post makes you sound very childish and unprofessional. There is a Cowboy Code that evidently you don't follow. A real cowboy or true Bullhauler doesn't ride around in the truck stops listening to BS. They bump the chute, kick them off, then either get another one or go home and tend to their own stock. What you need to focus on is keeping our industry looking professional and the rates somewhat profitable. I don't think you are a lost cause because you say you live in Texas. But I do think you could use some training in Cowboy ethics. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE