Learn more about Oklahoma’s requirement for ID numbers on personal use livestock (horse) trailers. Horse Bitz© Vol.1 Issue 2.
Horse hauling and commercial driver's licenses in Oklahoma.
American Horse Council Seeks Equine Business Sector Input on Trades & Tariffs - TAPinto — Read on http://www.tapinto.net/sections/horses/articles/american-horse-council-seeks-equine-business-sector-input-on-trades-tariffs
"[T]ransporters of livestock and insects are not required to have an ELD at this time. This statutory exemption was extended through December 7, 2018, by the continuing resolution and will remain in place until further notice. Drivers do not need to carry any documentation regarding this exemption. Regulatory Guidance: Transportation of Agricultural Commodities including Livestock Source: Regulatory Guidance:…
BLM Hosting Tour of Oklahoma Off-Range Wild Horse Pasture – The Horse — Read on thehorse.com/159712/blm-hosting-tour-of-oklahoma-off-range-wild-horse-pasture/
Warner, Crapo Introduce Legislation to Prevent Horse Soring - Press Releases - Mark R. Warner — Read on http://www.warner.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2018/5/warner-crapo-introduce-legislation-to-prevent-horse-soring
Published Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) guidance provides an exception for the transportation of horses when the transportation in question is not business related (neither for compensation, nor where the driver is engaged in an underlying business related to the move). — Read on http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/hours-service/elds/non-business-related-transportation-horses
FMCSA has granted a 90-day waiver in the implementation of ELDs (electronic logging device) for the transportation of agricultural commodities which includes livestock such as horses. The waiver was given in response to a waiver request by the National Pork Producers Council on behalf of eight other livestock transporters. The new ELD implementation deadline is…
In December 2015 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration published the final rule on ELDs - electronic logging devices. In general, these new regulations require commercial carriers to install ELDs to monitor hours of hauling. The American Horse Council published a press release today, November 30, 2017, pushing for a one year delay in implementation…