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    hows it going blackmug those boxes i got from you are working out good. Them keep boxes are awesome couldnt ask for a better job thanks again

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    I'm glad to hear from you too. I wish you good luck on the upcoming season.

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    you too bro we need to get up some time this season.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmug View Post
    Hey I hope you're doing good. I got the other box ready in case you still want it. Sorry for the delay but I've been busy helping my brother with his new house.

    yeah, we still want it, dad has been waiting for a call from ya...

    I think he thought you were gonna bring it when you came and visited the farm... any way good luck with the house building, if you need good tile man dads ur man for it... he's one of the best around athens, work ya out a deal too.

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    Brandon,

    The single stall boxes in your picts are alot like the first ones I made for myself about 25 years ago. Mine are too heavy for my liking though and could only carry two birds at a time so there is more walking back and forth to load up the vehicle. I also used a 3 stall wooden shipping box sort of like your 4 stall only lighter made, I liked it OK. But the one I ended up liking best was the Mexican 6 stall, it was easy for one person to carry, full or empty, and I never had any problem with the birds after a one or two hour trip, but never used it for any longer hauls.

    Just looked at the date of your original post, it was 3 years ago. lol Sorry, I'm a little late replying. :-)
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    Ask 10 breeders how to transport gamefowl and you will get 10 different answers. I always thought some went to extreme when transporting but if your methods work for you then by all means keep doing it. One thing that I don't agree with is that the fowl have to be facing forward. I use my Grandfathers stalls when we got ready to haul them all fowl were placed in their stall facing forward. When we arrive at out destination all the fowl turn around and are facing to the rear. Yes,they have room to move and are not "boxed in" too tight. I look at it like this....they must have turned around for a reason,right? If they were more comfortable facing forward then they would have stayed that way.

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    I was always told," point them where they headed boy"!

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    Hey blackmug , when is your brother passing by here . I need that wila and the single trans. Box . Let me know

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    Hey Vic my brother told me two months ago that he was going to go next week, so if he doesn't go this week I'm going ship it to you. By the way all your chickens look really good and they have a big name behind them. I'm going to txt you soon.

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    DERBY BOXES/ALUMINUM 5 STALLS 20"x20"x8"


    THIS MADE IN THE PHILIPPINES










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    Quote Originally Posted by kuntawrea View Post
    DERBY BOXES/ALUMINUM 5 STALLS 20"x20"x8"


    THIS MADE IN THE PHILIPPINES










    NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    FOLDING HANDCARRY BOXES TWO STALLS 19"x19"x8"











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    Quote Originally Posted by kuntawrea View Post
    DERBY BOXES/ALUMINUM 5 STALLS 20"x20"x8"


    THIS MADE IN THE PHILIPPINES









    Awesome! Is this for sale and if it is, h0w much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuntawrea View Post
    FOLDING HANDCARRY BOXES TWO STALLS 19"x19"x8"










    Sir, You've got some cool stuffs.. can i ask for the price of FOLDING HANDCARRY BOXES TWO STALLS
    19"x19"x8"?? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmug View Post
    Hey Vic my brother told me two months ago that he was going to go next week, so if he doesn't go this week I'm going ship it to you. By the way all your chickens look really good and they have a big name behind them. I'm going to txt you soon.
    Thanks for the compliment I appreciate it .... , . And I wanted to say this man right here sent me quality plus the best price I've seen on the shipping boxes
    . He asked for an address to send it and didn't even mention his money . So I told him to send me a payment request on pay pal and his responce was " you can just pay me when you receive them " dam if that's not a pleasure to do business whit ! shoot he was gonna have his brother drop them off on his way to Mex so I didn't have to pay shipping
    Thanks Jesus

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    LOL @
    [QUOTE=Starrer;2864010]In the Philippines some of us transport the fowls in Owner TYPE JEEP or compact cars like Honda Civic, Mitsubishi Lancer or Toyota Corolla. QUOTE]
    YOU SPEAK THE TRUTH!

    I HAVE A FRIEND WHO CAN FIT 6 CARDBOARD BOXES IN HIS FORD FOCUS

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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaOkie View Post
    I was always told," point them where they headed boy"!
    LOL, I LIKE THAT ONE!!!!!!!

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    Is 8" wide x 18" tall x 24" long/deep

    enough for a travel box. ?

    If so i have plans for a 5 stag travel box. Out of a sheet of plywood.

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    FOR U TO BE A SENIOR MEMBER AND THEN ASK A Q LIKE THAT WELL I SMELL BULL....HERE PIGGY PIGGY boy's be very carful

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    In 687 posts on this forum, you should know by now just by looking around. Have you ever been to a chicken show? If a guys got roosters hes got carry boxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmug View Post
    I build all kind of carrying boxes, look at my pictures . I will be glad to answer any questions .
    Blackmug makes great boxes, I have his six stall boxes, I can haul 18 rosters in my back seat.

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    If its hot outside you can keep your chickens cool by freezing an 8oz bottle of water and putting it in the bottom of your rooster box with a towel on it.

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    hi sir. what is the exact measurement every cubicle or size of this box?

    http://photobucket.com/gallery/user/...NjYzODgz/?ref=

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    Nice post from Thunderbirds craigslist in Gladewater, East Texas. The six stalls can double up as a Mexican shipping boxes with the removable bottom.

    https://easttexas.craigslist.org/grd...474287905.html

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    If your looking for excellent box will built super strong last a lifetime light weight i weigh 160 lbs and i can jump up and down on the call my buddy Dennis at 972-567-6074 Tell him Dawson sent you hes located in Kemp Texas


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    Dawson do you have a pic?

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