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Can anyone explain to me the ins and outs of shipping goats. With goats being effected with stress so easily what if something happens during transport who is held responsible. If you hire someone to do it over the road or ship by plane. How does this all work. Is there a place I can read up on it. Thank you for any replys.
 

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I do not know much but with hauler I am using they have livestock insurance so if something happens while in the road their insurance will cover it.
 

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Well thank you for the answer. I will try to investigate this further must be someplace out there I can get the info. Not planning on doing it soon but was looking for info on how it is all handles.
 

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Are you on face book? The transporter I used has a group on FB where she lists some general info I can give you the link if you would like it
 

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Yes I am on facebook. I would appreciate any info I can get thank you
 

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yes it is a closed group. Barbara Comptois do you need my email also.
 

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yes it is a closed group. Barbara Comptois do you need my email also.
Okay since we are not Friends on FB I will need your email to invite you
 

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If you ever ship by plane you have to be careful of the heat . And it has to be above a certain temp to be able to ship during cold weather.
Just thought I would add that in here :)
 
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