I cannot think that the truckers are sufficiently controlled. The trucker acts as the farmer's agent when he takes cattle to the stockyards or to the packer's yard. In certain cases he buys them outright, but that is not the general rule. He simply acts as the agent, he takes the cattle to the market and carries back the return which is handed to him by the packer. There should be some regulation, but I have said all that I care to say about it.
Subtopic: SUPERVISION OVER STOCKYARD OPERATIONS- GRADING, INSPECTION AND MARKETING