Farm Equipment Shipping

Farm Shipping types

What do you want to ship?

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to handling Tractors. Our drivers will ensure your Tractor is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers can ship Tractors ranging from 2WD to 4WDsmall hobby machines to big iron with and without duals, even tracks in some cases. Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and know the equipment. 

Loading a Tractor: The driver will drive onto the trailer. Apply the parking brake, select neutral, activate the hydraulic lock out switch, next releasing the boom lock to release hydraulic pressure and lower the loader and bucket/forks if fitted. Lastly the driver will chain down the load to the trailer bed using the Tractors tie down points and will chain over the attachment.  

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to transporting Combines. Our drivers will ensure your Combine is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers know Combines. Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and are well versed in loading and unloading this Farm iron.  

Whether the Combine has duals or tracks we can handle it. Most of the Combines we ship have a pickup header too, we can handle it all. Many of our drivers have specialized trailers, Combine specific with pullouts to accommodate your load. You’re in safe hands. 

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to Swathers or even Windrowers if you prefer. Our drivers will ensure your machine is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers know Swathers. Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and are well versed in loading and unloading this equipment. 

Most of the Swathers we ship have a header too, we can handle it. Many of our drivers have specialized trailers, with pullouts to accommodate your load. You’re in safe hands. 

Loading a Swather: The driver will drive the Swather onto the trailer. The header, if requiring transport, will be then loaded afterwards. Assistance to load is usually required at this point. Lastly the driver will chain down the load to the trailer bed using the Swathers tie down points and will chain over and strap down the attachment.  

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to hauling Sprayers. Our drivers will ensure your machine is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers know Sprayers. From small to tall. Self propelled to pull types. Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and are well versed in running this equipment. 

Loading a Sprayer: The driver will drive onto the trailer. The driver will almost certainly be using a specialized trailer with pull outs to accommodate the width, especially with the self-propelled types. Lastly the driver will chain down the load to the trailer bed using the Sprayers tie down pointsYou’ll see the driver move away slowly and then break to ensure the load is fully secured before departure.  

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to hauling Balers. Our drivers will ensure your equipment is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers know Balers. From square to round. Self propelled to pull types. Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and are well versed in running this equipment. 

Loading a Baler: The driver will sometimes need the assistance of a tractor to load the pull type baler onto the trailer. Otherwise if its a self-propelled unit he will drive onto the trailer. The driver will almost certainly be using a specialized trailer with pull outs to accommodate the width, especially with the self-propelled types. Lastly the driver will chain down the load to the trailer bed using the Balers tie down pointsYou’ll see the driver move away slowly and then break to ensure the load is fully secured before departure.  

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to hauling Headers. Our drivers will ensure your Header is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers know Headers. From Combine to Swathersstraight cut, pick-ups, Drapers, Corn Headers etc. Even on occasion pull types.  Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and are well versed in running this equipment. 

Loading a Header: The driver will sometimes need the assistance of a tractor to load the header. Once the header is loaded the driver will chain down the load to the trailer bed using chains and straps 

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to hauling Spreaders. Our drivers will ensure your Spreader is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Our drivers know Spreaders. From Manure, Slurry and Broadcast. Self propelled and pull types.  Some of our Owner Operators are Farmers themselves and are well versed in running this equipment. 

Loading a Spreader: The driver will sometimes need the assistance of a tractor to load the spreader, especially if it’s a pull type. Otherwise the driver will drive onto his specialty trailer, for some of the larger spreaders you might see a driver use a trailer with pullouts. Once the header is loaded the driver will chain down the load to the trailer bed, and may use straps too. 

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to hauling Air Carts 

Our drivers will ensure your equipment is loaded and secured correctly so that it arrives to its destination safely and in its original condition. 

Loading an Air Cart: The driver will sometimes need the assistance of a tractor to load the Air Cart. You might see a driver use a trailer with pullouts to accommodate the width of the equipment or use an RGN type trailer to allow the cart to be loaded easily. Once the Air Cart is loaded the driver will chain down the load using the equipment’s tie down points to the trailer bed. 

Our Owner Operators are experts when it comes to transporting Air Seeders or Drills.  

Depending on the overall size the of equipment, it’s highly likely that the equipment will need to be pulled to its destination. Not loaded onto a trailer.  

The driver will hook or pin on his semi truck to the Air Seeder/Air Drills draw bar and pull the equipment. Due to the size of these pieces it’s also highly likely that a pilot car escort will be required to ensure road safety. The driver will travel at the equipment’s transport mode rated speed.  

Our Owner Operators can handle your AG equipment using the correct rigs, securing your load correctly and safely transporting to your destination. 

Agricultural equipment comes in all manner of shapes and sizes. Our Spec Search tool has almost every piece listed with accurate dimensions and weight, to help you obtain your quote more efficiently enabling you to post the load to our driver database with confidence, and always free. 


What to expect when shipping? 

Some Farm equipment loads might require, due to size and weight, additional wheels. When we talk about extra wheels, we mean the driver will need to ensure he uses the correct trailer type and perhaps the addition of a jeep, an extra set of axles. This will distribute the weight of the machine and make the load legal. 

Pilot car escorts are also sometimes required. Usually this is due to the load being over legal width. Depending on the Province or State the driver will be required to haul at certain times of the day using a pilot car escort thus ensuring the safety of the load and other road users. 

We are also able to offer power only, pin on shipping. This is a must when shipping large Harrows, Air Seeders for example. These are sometimes far to wide and high for a traditional haul loading onto a trailer.