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Construction year
1984

Livestock trailers

€699
Construction year
1989
Weight
2,000 kg
€750
Construction year
1993

Livestock trailers

€888
Construction year
1981
Weight
2,000 kg
€999
Construction year
1989
Weight
2,000 kg

Livestock trailers

€999
Construction year
2000
Weight
2,000 kg
€999

Livestock trailers

€1,000
Construction year
1999
€1,005
Construction year
1984

Livestock trailers

€1,199
Construction year
1999
Weight
2,000 kg

Livestock trailers

€1,299
Construction year
1978
Weight
2,000 kg

Livestock trailers

€1,299
Construction year
2001
Weight
2,000 kg

Livestock trailers

€1,300
Construction year
1985
€1,350
Construction year
1994
€1,390
Construction year
2000
€1,499
Construction year
2000

Livestock trailers

€1,500
Construction year
1997

Livestock trailers

€1,599
Construction year
2000
Weight
2,000 kg
€1,699
Construction year
1999
Weight
2,000 kg

Livestock trailers

€1,750
Construction year
2001
€1,799
Construction year
1990
Weight
2,000 kg
€1,800
Construction year
1996
€1,807
Construction year
2018
Weight
750 kg
€1,850
Construction year
1995
€1,850
Weight
750 kg
€1,900
Construction year
2000
€1,900
Construction year
1999
Weight
18,000 kg
€1,950
Construction year
1998
€1,999
Construction year
1998
Weight
2,000 kg
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Livestock trailers

Livestock trailers make it easier to haul cattle, sheep, poultry, goats and horses. During their transport, animals should be treated carefully. Therefore, their accommodation needs to meet certain criteria. The inflow of oxygen, the ability to stand without assistance and separation from other animals in the shipment are some of these rules. Different types of livestock need different kinds of tailored transport. Some are equipped with cages for smaller livestock, while other livestock trailers can be equipped with one or two boxes in which larger livestock can be transported.

One deck or multiple decks

Livestock trailers are hooked up to a vehicle in a similar way as regular trailers. The tongue coupler socket is lowered onto the trailer hitch ball until the entire weight of the livestock trailer is on the ball. Most livestock trailers are equipped with either one or multiple decks. Trailers with one deck are lighter in weight and allow for less use of fuel. Multi-deck trailers make it easier to transport more animals. However, the upper deck of a multi-deck livestock trailer should be extra solid to carry the weight of the animals. The trailers are normally equipped with enough space between the upper deck and lower deck for the livestock to not be hurt.

Many brands available

The used livestock trailers that are listed on Tradus come from basically anywhere in the world. Germany and the Netherlands list high in the number of livestock trailer listings offers, but there’s also plenty of vehicles coming from other countries. Brands include Humbaur, Böckmann, Ifor Williams, Cheval Liberté, Sonstige, and Meyer.