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View Poll Results: What Is Your Utility Vehicle Of Choice For Your Farm?
Utility Sport ATV 37 32.74%
Side By Side 54 47.79%
Pick Up Truck 20 17.70%
Golf Cart 0 0%
Good old fashioned Wheelbarrow 1 0.88%
Other? If you have somthing different you use share it in the thread. 1 0.88%
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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-30-2011, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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Utility Vehicle Poll

Thinking of starting some polls that help us get info for hosting future contests and how to theme them. The first one I have is regarding what your utility vehicle of choice is on the farm.

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-30-2011, 04:37 PM
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We use a Kawasaki Teryx and an old JD Gator. Looking at adding a new JD XUV (because it seems tough) or one of the models from BRP because they have a slow key (employees) and fast key (me)!

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I use a honda TRX 350 quad and a wagon. Very seldom do I use the pickup out in the pasture for anything other than hauling supplies to the gate. I am kind of thinking along the lines of BRP for the next one, for the same reason as cornfarmer. 2 keys. Not sure weather or not I would go for a side by side or not. They look a little cumbersome to get in and out of.

I have thought about something like a Kubota or one of the other similar machines. Everyone I have demoed just doesn't really impress me much. Maybe I'm just a quad guy, they are easier to load into the truck and take off for some recreation every so often.
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We have 7, yes seven Polaris sportsman atv's. We mainly use them to check and gather cattle, but they are handy for other chores as well.

I may be young, but I've been told I am wise beyond my years.
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F-150 , Worst case if you get rained out at least you have a dry ride home!

Common sense seems to be a lot less common then I believe the name implies...
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Polaris Ranger 6X6 , BRP Traxter ATV , 2 Honda ATV & 1 Arctic Cat ATV
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Not around the farm but the dealership, use a NH Rustler 120 diesel to run around the yard. Peppy, comfortable, and fun.....
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dont have one but the used mini japanese 4x4 trucks would be very versitile and comfortable especially if liscened for road

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utility four-wheeler ..for how much a sxs cost new just as well buy an older pickup and have a four-wheeler
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artic cat prowler....gutless blew first engine up one month out of factory warrenty thank god I bought exteneded warrenty... I do use it not abuse it... I use to run honda fourwheelers long time ago... I did abuse them to no end and they took it their suspension sucked for years compared to ac and polaris I think they have finnally goten much better . Honda side by side is way to cumbersome or I would have one of them what is a BRP ?

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