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We must do for our Livestock & horses what they cannot do for themselves. To ensure the best experience, we are happy to help you ask the questions you need to answer to plan this journey for your livestock &/or horse. Here are some frequently asked questions to serve as a prep-list:
4M Livestock, LLC provides intrastate, interstate livestock & equine transport services.
I stop every 300-400 miles for standing rest, water and feed as needed.
Within the U.S., all paperwork required prior to transportation of livestock & equine is the same. Such paperwork include: Coggins & health certificates. Due to health and safety we will not transport “dirty equine”; these are animals with no Health Certs, Coggins, and No Vaccines. Out of “kill pens” I will not transport unless they have been properly vet certified. It is the owners responsibility to have all vet checks set up in and outside the U.S.. All documentation for horses must be provided to Customs at the borders prior to transport.
Yes. You will need a Health Certificate for Livestock. A health certificate and brand inspection for cattle. A health certificate and a Coggins test for horses. A copy must be provided to 4M Livestock, LLC prior to transport.
Mortality insurance is not required by 4M Livestock, LLC prior to transport. Election to secure mortality insurance is up to the owner. Please refer to MM transport contract regarding horse mortality insurance.
Prior to loading, equine to be transported are carefully observed for conditions such as cough, mucus, lameness, dull eyes and overall appearance of health. Condition is documented with video and pictures prior to loading. If a concern arises options are discussed with the owner.
The short answer is that owners are always responsible at all time for their livestock & equine. This is covered in the 4M Livestock, LLC Terms & Conditions. (Click her to view)
2022 Chevy Dually using a 2021 GR trailer to move your livestock, horses, household items or equipment. There is an onboard water tank and watering system to allow the availability to water on those long trips.
2022 Chevy Dually with a popper to move those small animals. This allows for quicker deliveries, or deliveries in those tight areas.
2022 Chevy Dually using a 2018 Exiss horse trailer to move your livestock, horses, household items or equipment. There is an onboard water tank to allow the availability to water on those long trips.