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Farm/Grain Truck Shipping Services


Transporting Grain Trucks with The Experts
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Moving a grain truck to its new home isn't as simple as starting it up and driving it down the road. Depending on where you plan to transport your grain or farm truck, you may not be able to drive it along regular roads. That's where the professionals at TractorTransport.com come in. We have the experience moving grain trucks and other heavy agricultural equipment across North America – or just across town.

The professionals at Tractor Transport understand what it takes to move specialized farm machinery – we've made a reputation as heavy machinery transporters, and we can help you move your new grain truck to its new home. We hire bonded, licensed drivers certified to properly rate and load your truck and use rigs powerful enough to get it safely there. When you're ready to get started, give us a call at (877) 373-0109 for a FREE, no-obligation quote.


Shipping two grain carts in one load

Recent Balers Hauled by Tractor Transport

Shipping two grain carts in one load

Hauling two grain carts in one load

You call us. We recently had the opportunity to help a client move 2 train carts EZ Trail 510 through multiple states. From Arthur in Illinois to Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, the 711 miles trip went smoothly thanks to our agent Mike’s proactive planning. The oversized load got to its destination safely and in a timely manner. The load was 17’ long, 11’ wide and 10’ tall times 2, with each cart weighing approximately 10,000 pounds each. Do you need to move your agricultural tools? Let Tractor Transport do it, we’re here to help. Give us a call at (877) 278-3135.


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Moving Your Farm Grain Truck with Tractor Transport

Grain trucks, or farm trucks, are classed as any truck used exclusively for agricultural use. Although some regular domestic trucks can be included in his category, most farm trucks are heavier, typically at least 26,00 pounds. This means that they may not be able to travel along regular roadways – and this is where Tractor Transport comes in. A grain truck, with an open box on the chassis, helps you carry your grain, corn, or dry goods. Tractor Transport doesn't just ship farm trucks – we can also ship your cargo!

To get started, simply call one of our logistics experts for a no-obligation quote. We'll gather information, including your timeline for delivery and the dimensions of your vehicle. A custom route is planned, and you'll get updates in real-time as your truck travels. We offer door-to-door service from licensed, bonded drivers. We can even handle paperwork, from weigh stations to customers. Ready to get started? Call us today at (877) 373-0109 for a FREE, no-obligation quote.

How to Transport a Farm Truck

When you’re ready to add a new farm vehicle to your inventory, Tractor Transport will plan and coordinate your grain truck’s journey from start to finish. We secure the necessary permits to meet oversized load requirements and use specialized hauling equipment like the lowboy and step-deck trailer. Tractor Transport is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau; we maintain our glowing reputation by keeping customers like you happy.

Give us a call toll free at (877) 373-0109 and speak with our friendly and knowledgeable customer service agents. Or fill out an inquiry form and let us know what we can do for you. We’ll provide you with a free shipping quote and answer any questions you might have.

Grain Truck manufacturers whose products we’ve shipped include:


Tractor Transport Offers an Extensive Range of Trailer Choices To Haul Your Grain Trucks:


Our most versatile and commonly used trailer by far is the standard flatbed trailer, made evident by the sheer number of them on the road every day. A great aspect of flatbed trailer shipping is the stability of the bed and the fact that these common carriers come in a wide variety of sizes and dimensions. A flatbed trailer, as the name suggests, is marked by a flat trailer surface that's able to be loaded with stability by balancing and securing cargo on the outside edges of the trailer.

Flatbed Trailer Specifications:
Max Weight: 48,000 pounds
Max Length 53 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 8.5 ft.


RGN Trailer Specifications:
Max Weight: 42,000+ pounds
Main Deck Length 29 ft.
Well Width 8.5 ft.
Legal Height Limit 11.6 ft.

The Removable Gooseneck (RGN) trailer has a detachable front end that turns the trailer into a ramp. Past the detachable section of the trailer, RGNs are equipped with a double drop formation that lends the payload an extra amount of height, usually around 12 extra inches. The variable nature of the RGN trailer allows it to accommodate cargo that is more difficult for less flexible trailers. Referred to as a "detach", the RGN is ideal for transporting less than standard cargo, equipment that is longer, taller, or otherwise a non-normal size.


Similar to the standard Removable Gooseneck Trailer, the extended RGN has an added section for additional length and capacity for particularly tricky transport jobs. When cargo is too long for the standard Removable Gooseneck (RGN), we sometimes employ the extended RGN. Like the standard RGN, the back portion of the stretch RGN is removable, creating a convenient ramp. The extended RGN has a versatile extension feature that allows it to meet an increased number of length requirements for cargo.

Extended RGN Trailer Specifications:
Max Weight: 150,000+ pounds
Main Deck Length 29 ft. - 65 ft.
Well Width 8.5 ft.
Legal Height Limit 11.6 ft.


Drop Deck Trailer Specifications:
Max Weight: 48,000 pounds
Max Length 53 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 11 ft.

A drop deck, or "step deck" trailer resembles a standard flatbed model with a single drop in order to give the trailer the capacity for more cargo height. This is especially advantageous when the payload exceeds the standard height requirements for a regular flatbed. This is especially advantageous when the payload exceeds the standard height requirements for a regular flatbed. For especially large or oddly sized pieces of equipment, the drop deck trailers present a uniquely ideal solution; tractors, farming combines and large construction and industrial equipment.


When a job necessitates a trailer that can carry an irregularly long piece of equipment or cargo, we employ the extended drop deck trailer. Like a flatbed with either a single or a double attached gooseneck, the extended drop deck gives the user capacity for additional height and length to meet the needs of a specific cargo load. Typically, the extended RGN is more flexible than the standard RGN, so it's only used when absolutely necessary.

Extended Drop Deck Trailer Specifications:
Max Weight: 45,000 pounds
Max Length 63 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 10 ft.


Lowboy Trailer Specifications:
Max Weight: 40,000 pounds
Max Length 24 ft.
Max Width 8.5 ft.
Max Height 14 ft.

A lowboy is one of the lowest trailers to the ground, as its name suggests. Many heavy hauling tasks are carried out with the help of the lowboy trailer because of its use for extremely large, heavy, and oversized or over-dimension equipment. Typically when you see a sign that says "Oversize Load" on the interstate, the cargo being hauled is done so with a lowboy trailer. Many shippers use lowboy models as their top choice for these jobs due to their capacity to carry extremely heavy weights of cargo, and their stability as the lowest, off-the-ground option.

Farm Trucks Towed for Agricultural Use

The farm truck is defined as any truck that is used exclusively for agricultural use. While domestic trucks are often included in this sweeping category, many farm trucks are heavier, commonly weighing more than 26,000 pounds. The grain truck is a specialized truck with an open box attached to the chassis that is used to carry grain, corn and other dry goods. Some call it a grain hauler or hopper, which refers to the trailer of some large farm trucks.

A farm truck can be one of many different styles and sizes, making it one of the more versatile categories in the trucking industry.

Some of the many kinds of farm truck include:

Silage truck
Pickup truck
Hopper trailer
Grain pup trailer

Tractor Transport Ships Grain Trucks

Tractor Transport ships all types of grain trucks. Speak with one of our logistics professionals to arrange efficient and affordable transportation for your farm mower. Your representative shops for the best rates for you, dispatches your load when you’re ready, and shepherds your transport to a successful conclusion. Let’s begin our relationship today. Tractor Transport offers:

Door-to-door transport
24/7 Customer Service
Free Cancellations
Contingency Insurance

Book Your Shipping

Booking a shipment with us is easy. Our knowledgeable staff of transport specialists are ready to meet your shipping needs, and answer any questions you may have. Call Now: (877) 373-0109. Our business hours are Monday through Sunday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM EST. Fill out the quote form to the right, and we will email you an up to date rate. For the fastest, most accurate, no hassle estimate - contact us by phone.