Key_information: Scania P93, 220, 1994, 4x2 sleeper cab, c/w Bodycraft 26ft livestock box, this is just a straight cattle box no decks.The lorry was owned from new by a farmer dealer who always kept it under cover. The cab is perfect, original seats, dont think the bed was ever slept in, headlini...
For Sale Price: EUR €17,366
Mercedes Benz 1323 fitted with JHC livestock box, 2005 model, 403 kms, MOT, rear steering axle, gross weight 21,000 kgs, 2 partition gates, LED internal lighting , stands for the box, manual gearbox, analogue tacho, No Adblue. We had the box built in 2012, recent set of Bridgstone tyres fitted, b...
For Sale Price: EUR €33,555
Key_information: Scania Horse Box, 2005, 320 hp, manual gearbox, Aalco Alloy wheels, long mot, new leisure batteries, 4x2, rear air suspension, 6 stalls, pop out living, grooms coffin cabin. I would not describe this as immaculate as there are some small jobs that need doing, living quarters ar...
For Sale: Call
Key_information: Mercedes 813, built 1980 first on the road 1982, day cab, manual gearbox, only 121,000 kms from new, you will see from the condition of the cab this si a very genuine lorry, that has been stored inside. The cattle box is a Drews Bros, made in Frampton Cotterell, Bristol, South Gl...
For Sale Price: EUR €8,403
Key_information: DAF 2009, 4x2, 410 hp, Day cab, auto box, air suspension, goes like a bird when fully loaded. C/W Houghton Parkhouse 24 ft single deck cattle box, it fits on the platform so can be easily lifted of, 3 sections, slam shut doors, really tidy, easy to load, alloy gates, easy to wash...
For Sale Price: EUR €22,127
2014 Mercedes Actros 1842 Air Suspension Front & Rear – Sleeper Cab -Fully Automatic – New Build Stalled for 9 Large Horses – Aluminium Stallion Partitions – 490000kms – Air Coupling for Drag Trailer – Metallic Silver
For Sale Price: EUR €95,230
Choosing the appropriate livestock truck involves numerous considerations, including the size and type of the lives tock to be transported.Read More
Choosing the appropriate livestock truck involves numerous considerations, including the size and type of the lives tock to be transported.
There is much to consider when hauling cargo either locally or cross-country, but when that cargo is livestock there are additional complications. More than the basic features of a cargo truck, transporting livestock requires features that take the well-being of the animals into account. You also must keep in mind the type of animals you are moving, whether that be cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, or other livestock. The size of the animals changes the size of the trailer needed to haul them, as well as how the trailer is designed.
There is plenty of variety in the new and used livestock truck category, but typically livestock trucks are chassis cab models fitted with different body types depending on the application. There are larger options for cattle, specially designed horse trailers, and even double-decker trucks with two separate compartments for animals.
Some of the most common livestock truck manufacturers you’ll see on TruckPaper.co.uk include DAF, Leyland, MAN, and Volvo.