I posted this in the fish section as it was related to fish but this same thing would work for heads and possibly turkeys. I recently shipped three fish (in two crates) to a customer out of state. One of the fish was large enough that it needed to go by truck freight. Crate ended up 68x42x20, 100lbs. Second crate 45x30x24. Customer has had things shipped to him by Greyhound before and suggested to use them. I was able to ship both boxes from Missouri to michigan for a little over $200. I dropped off at a Greyhound terminal and customer picked up at the terminal there but they do have door to door also for more money. Anyway, I was very satisfied. I think it goes without saying that the crates would take a lot less abuse in the cargo area of a bus than in the back of a semi getting handled by dumbasses and forklifts. If you set up an account and do the paperwork online it's at a lower cost then just showing up.