Shipping Wild Horse with Garuda Indonesia Cargo

Cage Material:

  • Wood or metal, burlap, or canvas for light reduction if needed

The cage's height and width should allow the animal to stand up straight with its head straightened. The cage's dimensions should be small enough that the animal cannot turn around and has no room to kick and damage the container. The dimensions will vary depending on the species that is being sent

The frame must be at least 2.5 cm (1 inch) long, solid wood or metal parts, bolted or screwed. When the weight of the cage plus animals exceeds 60 kg (132 lb), additional metal supports must be present around the entire cage

The floor must be solid and leak-proof, there must be boards to provide a solid footing. Tray for litter must be provided

A slatted roof or with ventilation openings must be sturdy, with small sizes between the slats

Hinged or sliding entry and exit doors must be provided

Ventilation gaps and openings should be covered with a fine wire mesh that will not allow any part of the animal to protrude

Space Bars / Handles must be made to a depth of 2.5 cm (1 inch)

General Requirement:

  • Because all horses panic, the stable's roof may need padding, but each side must remain smooth and unpadded to prevent the animal from injuring itself

Forklift Extrusions:

Forklift Extrusions: Must be provided if the total weight of the container plus the total weight of the animal exceeds 60 kg (132 lb) 

Feeding & Drinking Guide:

  • Don't overfeed. Animals usually do not need additional food or water for 24 hours after delivery

General Care:

  • Some wild animals that have been captured may require sedation. Some captive species require silence as well. The sender must provide the name of the drug and the time of administration, which must be affixed to the container, as well as the Shipper's Certification

Container Construction for Wild Horse Shipping: