Common Myths About Trailers

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When it comes to Gooseneck trailers, there are plenty of options available. From the base materials of the new model to the axle and hitch’s weight ratings and even the stall configuration for horses, you are going to have to make a lot of tough choices. However, after looking at trailers, you may have more questions than answers. This article will discuss some of the common myths about trailers.

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Preparing Your Gooseneck Trailer for Winter

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Doing some fall maintenance on your Gooseneck trailer can be one of the most cost-effective things a trailer owner can do. Many individuals believe that with aluminum trailers that there is no maintenance required, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Here a few maintenance tips for preparing your Gooseneck Trailer for winter.

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Using Ventilation Systems for Livestock Trailers

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Transporting livestock can be necessary for multiple reasons, including: training, pleasure riding, competition, breeding, sales, veterinary treatment and so on. Livestock owners want to make the experience as stress-free, safe and healthy as possible for their animal passengers. Avoiding extremely cold temperatures is typically not a problem, as horses produce a great deal of body heat, especially if more than one horse is being transported. The situation that can be potentially harmful is exposure to hot air that is full of small particles that can irritate the horse’s respiratory system. Overheating can be prevented, as well as reducing exposure to dust, bacteria and mold, through continuous air exchange. Keeping air moving can help to ensure your livestock will travel in reasonable comfort and arrive at their destination in good health.

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Is a Bumper Pull Trailer Right for You?

Is a Bumper Pull Trailer Right for You?

It is true that every horse will eventually have to retire and be put out to pasture, but so do horse trailers — after years of wear and tear, old horse trailers have to be replaced. When you’re ready to to start looking for your next horse hauler, you’ll have many options to choose between, but one of the biggest decisions you’ll need to make is whether to go with a gooseneck or a bumper pull horse trailer.

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Steel or Aluminum Livestock Trailers?

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The question of steel or aluminum livestock trailers is a frequent question among many who are considering buying a livestock trailer. Whether it is new or used, there are a few things that one should consider when buying a livestock trailer. Both steel and aluminum have their benefits and drawbacks. Steel trailers tend to be heavy and they rust. They are durable, but can require considerable maintenance. While aluminum trailers are lighter, they too have drawbacks. Here is a little more information to help you in your decision of steel or aluminum livestock trailers.

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Importance of Lighting on Gooseneck Trailers

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Owning a trailer is a delicate dance between use, maintenance and repair. If there’s one thing beyond the basic that can’t be ignored, it’s your lighting system. Lighting for your Gooseneck trailer makes a huge difference to both you and your cargo’s travel experience. No matter if you’re looking at purchasing a new trailer or simply intend to upgrade your old one, there are many reasons to pay attention to the lighting.

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Maintenance Tips for Livestock Trailers

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When was the last time you performed maintenance on your livestock trailer? If you can’t remember the last time, you’re not alone. One of the most neglected aspects by many who own a trailer is performing maintenance on it. This is unfortunate because regular maintenance will increase the years on your trailer’s life.

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Livestock Trailer Safety

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Towing a livestock trailer is very common on most farms and ranches. Also referred to as stock trailers, livestock trailers are used to move livestock from one location to another, haul show animals to county fairs and transport animals to processing plants.

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What Type of Livestock Trailer is Right For You?

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Shopping for the right type of livestock trailer for your needs can be an overwhelming task. There are many different needs for trailers, thus why there are are so many options. Here are a few tips and facts to help you decide which trailer will best fit your needs and leave you satisfied with your experience.

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