Transporting Agriculture Equipment
If you need to ship agricultural equipment, finding transport can be hard. Let Jason help transport your agricultural equipment. When you're ready to get quotes directly from service providers, click "Get A Shipping Quote" at the top of this page to start your shipment listing. Contact us about transporting your agricultural machinery long distance or locally. With years of experience with shipping farm equipment everywhere in the country, Jason has mastered the difficulties of shipping equipment to and from your state. Trust Jason to provide you with complete service, including on-time deliveries and great service.
We have the equipment such as step decks, RGN's and Flatbed trailers with elongating and sliding length "OUTRIGGERS" for safe transportation of the largest farm equipment. Whether you are looking to move a chaff cutter or a whole plant, we have services solely customized to transport heavy and small agricultural equipment.
Some of the farm machinery we transport include:
● Combine Harvester
● Slurry Tankers
● Wrappers and Balers
● Irrigation Equipment
Whether you're buying or selling, Shipwithjason makes shipping farm equipment easy and affordable for you.
Shipping major pieces of farm equipment such as tractors is a job for our TL (truckload) division, while accessories and smaller pieces can go via LTL (less-than-truckload) freight. Whichever type of shipping you need, Shipwithjason can handle it for you.
If you are shipping large farm equipment that calls for full truckload service, Shipwithjason will match the right truck for your shipment. Shipwithjason should be your first choice If you need a specialty vehicle like a flatbed, RGN or step deck for your farm equipment shipping needs.
Tractors are available in many different sizes and they are highly versatile pieces of farm equipment. Certainly, you'll want to choose the one which has just the right amount of horsepower and the right hitch rating for the work that you are planning to use it for. Agriculture tractors can be used along with the range of attachments, including a hay baler, a rototiller, seeder, wagon, bed shaper, and more. Needing to ship a tractor? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and utility vehicles (UTV) are really fun pieces of equipment to own and they are also really useful. You can also use them to haul the harvest or other equipment. They can be used to tow small trailers and are available with many options for attachments. Needing to ship a ATV? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
3. Farm Truck
Every farmer should have a truck. Whether you need to make long trips, pull a trailer or drive it through your fields, there is a model available for you. Needing to ship a Farm Truck? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
A farm wagon is the perfect solution for moving hay. Needing to ship a Wagon? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Choose from a push-behind mower, a riding mower, a zero-turn mower, a belly-mounted mower or a pull-behind mower for keeping up with the maintenance of your lawn or pastures. If you are making hay, you might want a sickle-bar mower, a drum mower, or a disc mower. For large areas, there are brush mowers, batwing mowers and flail mowers to consider for your collection of farm equipment. Needing to ship a Mower? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
If you need tools for digging holes, invest in a backhoe. Backhoes are available as separate hydraulic implements for different types of tractors. Needing to ship a Backhoe? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
7. Plastic Mulch Layer
A plastic mulch layer attachment for your tractor is a must have item if your farm utilizes plasticulture growing methods. Needing to ship a Plastic Mulch Layer? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Sprayers are used to apply compost tea, herbicides and pesticides. Needing to ship a Sprayer? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
9. Irrigation System
Your crops aren't going to grow well without a constant supply of water. You can choose an irrigation system as simple as a soaker hose or as complicated as a multi-level drip-irrigation system to water your crops. Needing to ship a supples for a Irrigation System? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Scythes are one of the oldest pieces of farm equipment and can still be useful for small-scale farmers. While it is not as efficient as a mower, it could still be useful for cutting high grasses and shrubs. Needing to ship a Scythe? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
There are three types of hay balers: square balers, round balers, and large square balers. Needing to ship a Baler? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
12. Combine or Harvester
Grain farmers absolutely need to own combines for harvesting their crops because they are the most efficient tools for getting the crops out of the field. Needing to ship a Combine or Harvester? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
13. Manure Spreader
A manure spreader is extremely useful on a horse farm. However, you should also make sure to read up on manure-spreading techniques so that you can avoid the spread of parasites or pollution as a result of manure runoff. Needing to ship a Manure Spreader? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Hydroponics is a system of growing plants in water instead of using soil. This will allow you to grow a lot of food using less water than soil-cultivated gardens. You can grow crops indoors, as well. Needing to ship a Hydroponics supplies? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
15. Seed Drills
Seed drills are tractor attachments that are used to insert seeds into the ground while minimizing soil disturbance. No-till drips are designed to cut through existing crop residue in order to create a path for planting new seeds. Needing to ship a Seed Drills? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
16. Front-End Loader
Front-end loaders are useful for attaching to your tracker for digging, moving bulky items, and lifting heavy items. Needing to ship a Front-End Loader? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Cultivators are used for soil cultivation in order to prepare a seed bed or for weed control before planting into a bed. Needing to ship a Cultivator? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Cultipackers are designed to be pulled by tractors in order to strengthen seedbeds before seeding so that the planting can be done with good seed-to-soil contact. Needing to ship a Cultipacker? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Plows come in many different styles and you'll probably need a combination of few to meet the needs of your farming operations. Choose from moldboard plows, chisel plows, and disk plows depending on the type of crop production that you are going for, the soil type, and the condition of your land. Needing to ship a Plows? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
20. Broadcast Seeder
Broadcast seeders come in all shapes and are designed to distribute seeds across a specific area. You can use them to plant cover crops, forages, and grasses. Needing to ship a Broadcast Seeder? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
Transplanters are available in tractor-pulled and hand-held options to satisfy your farming requirements. There are different models which make use of foot action or hand action to activate the lever inside the transplanter which allows the plant to be dropped right into the hole dug by this tool. Needing to ship a Transplanter? Click here to get your free shipping quote.
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Truckload Trailer Types - Flatbed - RGN - Stepdeck - Dry Van - Lowboy Trailers And More that we have available.
Freight Trucking Methods of Transportation
Do you know the difference between a Flat-bed and a step deck? Dry van versus a Conestoga? Lowboy versus a gooseneck? Even if you’re not sure what equipment you might need to move your important freight shipment here’s a quick primer on the different trucking equipment types you might encounter.
Each Flat Bed trucking is different from the other types so the information that you will be seeing here should be used and treated as your general guideline. Typically, most of the platform trailers mentioned here are capable of handling freights that may even exceed the dimensions and weights for a required permit in a particular state and even premium charges that are needed to be obtained prior to your specific type of shipment.
It is important to note that each type of trailer is not similar to the other types and that the dimension and weight capacity of each is based on the corresponding trucking specifications of a particular semi-tractor and trailer used. For each type of trailer, their corresponding weight and dimension capacity are also listed and the figures are listed approximately. Thus, the numbers or figures that you will see on the list can be used as an estimate guideline for freight and load planning. More importantly, these figures should not be used as your basis in making loading calculations that require accuracy and precision.
Flat Bed Trailers (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Flatbeds are extremely popular and are widely used because they exude a great sense of versatility. Generally, a flatbed is used to load freights on its tip, sides, and rear. With these capabilities, flatbeds have truly become the primary and leading assets of the trucking industry.
This kind of trailer has the capability to carry a maximum legal freight dimension and weight which are as follows:
- Flatbed Trailers Maximum freight weight of 48,000 pounds.
- Flatbed Trailers Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Flatbed Trailer Length- 48 ft – 53 ft
Maximum Flatbed Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Maximum Legal Freight Height- 8.5 ft
Dry Van (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Dry Van trailers are generally enclosed and are commonly used to carry and protect the freights from the harmful elements of the weather or the roads. Freights can be loaded on the rear and are commonly loaded using a loading dock. It is similar to a curtain van and it can be loaded from its side too. Legal weight and dimensions are:
- Dry Van Maximum freight weight is 42,000 lbs to 45,000 lbs.
- Dry Van Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Dry Vans Length- 48 ft – 53 ft
Maximum Dry Vans Width- 8.2 ft
Maximum Dry Vans Height- 8 ft
Hot Shot Trailers (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Hot Hots are extremely popular and are widely used because they exude a great sense of versatility. Generally, a Hotshot is used to load freights on its tip, sides, and rear. With these capabilities, Hotshot have truly become the primary and leading assets of the trucking industry.
This kind of trailer has the capability to carry a maximum legal freight dimension and weight which are as follows:
- Flatbed Trailers Maximum freight weight of 12,000 - 20,000 pounds.
- Flatbed Trailers Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Flatbed Trailer Length- 15 ft – 40 ft
Maximum Flatbed Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Maximum Legal Freight Height- 10.5 ft
Refrigerated Reefers (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Refrigerated trailer is a temperature-controlled type of trailer. It is generally used for transporting chilled or frozen products. The temperature inside this trailer can be controlled whatever the outside weather is. Freight Rate Central has the refrigerated trailer you need, regardless of the size of your load or the type of cargo you need shipped. Legal weight and dimensions are:
- Refrigerated Trailers Max freight weight is 42,000 to 45,000 lbs.
- Refrigerated Trailers Maximum freight dimension:
Maximum Refrigerated Trailers Length- 48 ft – 53 ft
Maximum Refrigerated Trailers Width- 8.2 ft
Maximum Refrigerated Trailers Height- 8 ft
Lowboy Trailer (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
A Lowboy Trailer is an unpowered trailer which is commonly used to haul freight. These kinds of trailers are generally designed to carry and transport taller goods and items. This means that the items to be carried to a Lowboy Trailer are taller than the legal height of items that are commonly carried by flatbeds. Our expert advisors will indicate if you need state permits for your particular load or type of freight. Basically, a lowboy that has two axles can haul around 40,000 pounds. The maximum weight and dimensions are as follows:
- Lowboys Maximum weight is 40,000 pounds for a 2-axle Lowboy Trailer; additional weight of up to 80,000 pounds depending on the number of axles used (weight of the trailer and weight of the load added together).
- Lowboys Maximum Dimensions:
Maximum Lowboy Well Length- 24 ft – 29.6 ft
Maximum Lowboy Well Height- 18 in – 24 in
Maximum Legal Width- 8.5 ft
Maximum Legal Freight Height- 11.5 ft – 12 ft
Maximum Legal Overall Load Height- 14 ft
Step Deck (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Step Deck – Stepdeck Trailers are otherwise known as drop deck types and they are in fact a version of the flatbed trailer design that mainly consists of a bottom and top deck. These trailers are specifically designed to carry and haul freights that cannot be carried or transported on a standard type of flatbed, which is usually due to height restrictions. The maximum legal dimensions and weight for a Stepdeck – Step Deck Trailers are as follows:
- Stepdecks Maximum freight weight is 48,000 pounds.
- Stepdecks Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Stepdeck Trailer Length- 48 ft – 53 ft
Maximum Stepdeck Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Maximum Legal Freight Height- 10 ft
Extendable Flatbed (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
These are extendable flatbeds and are otherwise known as flatbed stretch types. They are mainly used for carrying loads or freights that are excessively long and cannot be carried by a standard type of trailer. It is also a type of trailer that provides maximum support, avoiding the possibility of overhanging freight. The maximum legal dimensions and weight for a Flatbed Stretch Trailer are as follows:
- Extendable Flatbeds Maximum freight weight of 43,000 pounds.
- Extendable Flatbeds Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Extendable Flatbed Trailer Length- 48 ft – 80 ft
Maximum Extendable Flatbed Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Maximum Extendable Flatbed Legal Freight Height- 8.5 ft
Stretch Single Drop (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Stretch Single Dropdeck Trailers are specifically designed to carry and haul freights that are very long for a standard or traditional step deck due to length restrictions. It also provides support thus, preventing overhang. Legal weight and dimensions are as follows:
- Stretch Single Drops Max freight weight is 45,000 lbs.
- Stretch Single Drops Maximum freight dimensions:
Max Stretch Single Drop Trailer Length- Main Deck 35 ft – 63 ft
Max Stretch Single Drop Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Max Stretch Single Drop Legal Freight Height- 10 ft
Stretch Double Drop (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
A Stretch Double-Drop Trailer is generally used for carrying oversized shipments. Its lower deck allows you to load products that can be as tall as 10 feet. It also comes with a so-called “well,” a longer piece at the trailer’s back deck and middle portion. The well usually measures from 25 feet to 29 feet. Legal weight and dimensions are as follows:
- Stretch Double Drops Max freight weight is 45,000 pounds.
- Stretch Double Drops Maximum freight dimensions:
Max Stretch Double Drop Trailer Length- Main Deck 29 ft – 65 ft
Max Stretch Double Drop Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Max Stretch Double Drop Legal Freight Height- 11.6 ft
Extendable Double Drop (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
The Extendable Double Drop Trailer is commonly used to carry and haul freights that come with excessive length and can never be carried by a standard double drop trailer. Depending on the fright’s weight, this trailer can either have 2 or 3 axles. Legal weight and dimensions are:
- Extendable Double Drops Max freight weight is 40,000 lbs.
- Extendable Double Drops Maximum freight dimensions:
Max Extendable Double Drop Trailer Length- 29 ft – 50 ft
Max Extendable Double Drop Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Max Extendable Double Drop Legal Freight Height- 11.6 ft
RGN (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailers are excellent for carrying tall and long freights. It comes with a detachable front, allowing the trailer to be dropped on the ground in order to create a ramp. It is capable of hauling and carrying freights weighing up to 150,000 pounds. It can go from 3 axles up to 20 plus axles for heavier shipments. RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailers are more specialized so they render a more expensive usage. Legal weight and dimensions of a RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailers are as follows:
- RGN’s Maximum freight weight is 42,000 pounds.
- Removable Gooseneck – RGN Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Removable Gooseneck – RGN Well Length- Main Deck 29 ft
Maximum Removable Gooseneck – RGN Well Width- 8.5 ft
Maximum Removable Gooseneck – RGN Legal Freight Height- 11.6 ft
Stretch RGN (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
The Stretch RGN or Removable Gooseneck Trailer is designed to carry and haul freights that are too long to be carried by a standard type of RGN. Depending on the weight of the freight, axles may range from 3 axles or higher. This means that the heavier the load is the more axles are to be used. Legal weight and dimensions are:
- Stretch RGN or Removable Goosenecks Maximum freight weight is 42,000 pounds to 150,000 pounds or more.
- Stretch RGN Maximum freight dimensions:
Max Stretch RGN Length in Well- Main Deck 29 ft to 65 ft
Max Stretch RGN Trailer Width- 8.5 ft
Max Stretch RGN Legal Freight Height- 11.6 ft
Conestoga Trailers (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Conestoga trailers come with a rolling tarp system that is used to cover and uncover the trailer and gives protection to the freight.
- Conestoga Trailers Max freight weight is 42,000 lbs to 45,000 lbs.
- Conestoga Trailers Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Dry Vans Length- 48 ft – 53 ft
Maximum Dry Vans Width- 8.2 ft
Maximum Dry Vans Height- 8 ft
Side Kit Trailers (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
The Sidekit trailer is equipped with a panel made from either plywood or fiberglass and commonly used for carrying goods that can never be packaged or crated.
- Sidekit Trailers Max freight weight is 42,000 lbs to 45,000 lbs.
- Sidekit Trailers Maximum freight dimensions:
Maximum Sidekit Trailers Length- 48 ft – 53 ft
Maximum Sidekit Trailers Width- 8.2 ft
Maximum Sidekit Trailers Height- 8.6 ft
Power Only (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
The power only trailer is a special type that is generally used in towing various types of trailers, and it usually comes with a fifth wheel hitch, pintle hitch, and ball and hitch. Only four axles are allowed when the freight is overweight.
- Maximum Power Only freight weight and dimensions depend on the type of trailer that is being towed / hauled (state requirements should be strictly followed).
Specialized Trailers (Great for LTL -partials- and FTL - full truckload)
Specialized trailers are specifically made for certain types of freights and are commonly used with perimeter, double gooseneck, and dolly trailers.
- Specialized Trucking Trailers max freight weight is 200,000 pounds or more.
- Maximum Specialized Trucking Trailers dimensions (depends on the regulations imposed by the state/s)
We at ShipwithJason offer a wide range of equipment options in order to meet the needs, requirements and specifications of our customers. Aside from our timely door to door service, we also cover various aspects of a project such as permitting, routing, clearances, inspections, and tarps.