Movin On Livestock, owned by Jack Lilley and Clay Lilley, rents movie livestock to production companies. Trainers and equipment also available.

Movin On Livestock

Movin On Livestock is a Motion Picture Barn located in Southern California and Albuquerque, New Mexico, owned by Jack Lilley and Clay Lilley. Movin On Livestock supplies Production Companies with Movie Horses and Mules, Movie Animals, and Movie Wagons.

 

Horses can be Cast Movie Horses, ND Movie Horses, and Fall and Rearing Movie Horses. We also supply Movie Livestock such as mules, goats, sheep, dairy and range cattle, and Movie Animals such as chickens. Animals and Trainers are always available and have many years of experience on various television and film sets and in various situations.

 

Movin On Livestock's Movie Livestock are accustomed to guns, cannons, explosives, fire, water, movie horse stampedes, movie animals(goats, sheep, etc...). Our Movie Livestock have even been in Chicago's City Hall Elevators, on barges, and trains.

 

At Movin On Livestock, we house one of the largest selection of Movie Wagons, carriages, buggies, and stagecoaches. Our Movie Wagons consist of buckboards, a hearse, covered Movie Wagons, a jail wagon (which is one of two in southern Calif.), Movie Wagons that can be rolled for still shots, and Movie Wagons that can be modified to fit your needs. We have Movie Livestock teams that are matching, we have 4-up's and 6-up's, and matching mules to pull the Movie Wagons of your desire.

 

At Movin On Livestock Rental Company we are very proud of our Animals and Trainers and their ability to work in various terrain and under various climates. Every Picture on our Web Site, including the banner, are pictures of our Movie Livestock and Movie Wagons on sets of different movie and television productions or on rehearsal.

    

Movin On Livestock

Movin On Livestock is proud to announce that we have added a second location in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We are constantly acquiring livestock and wagons, etc. Call us if you don't see what you need.

 

 

 

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