Original post by: Your ,
Put it in a box trailer with a nose cone ! If that isn't an option, then mimic a box trailer ,by making the load compact and solid (no open pockets in the freight). Make a V shaped tail out of ply wood and lumber. Do the same in the front,if the load is more than 38" away from the cab. Keep the load as low as possible on the deck. Start the load in front with smaller pieces,then 'grow' the load to the center of the trailer, then taper it off to the rear. DO NOT LOAD A BUCKET LOADER WITH THE BUCKET FORWARD ! Face it to the rear. Don't carry dunnage crossways on the trailer. Just try to smooth it up any way you can.Visualize an upside down boat.