ATV vs. UTV: Vote for Your Favorite

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Whether you’re stringing wire, catching calves, or tooling around off-road, ATVs and UTVs are some of the most useful toys, err, tools, around your farm or ranch. They’ve captured our imagination—and attention—since they first appeared on classic TV shows including "Magnum, P.I." and "Hart to Hart."

So which is your favorite? We want to know! Click on the links below to answer. We’ll report the answers on

Question 1: Do you currently own an ATV, UTV, or both?

Question 2: How many ATVs do you own?

Question 3: How many UTVs do you own?

Question 4: Will your next purchase be an ATV or UTV?

So what tasks does your ATV or UTV handle? Have you tricked out your vehicle? We want to know! Share your tricked out vehicles and how you use them here, and we’ll share the best ideas on Think of the bragging rights! Snap a picture and we’ll make your vehicle internet famous. Bonus points for any cool modifications you’ve pulled off to make farm chores simpler.

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Submitted by Richard Martindell on Thu, 03/07/2019 - 09:37

Honestly I use a small 4WD vehicle way more then the ATV. My son left me his Chevy Tracker when he upgraded. It is 4WD, has heat and A/C, even a radio/CD player. Also, I have yet been able to find an ATV that can easily haul (15) 5 gallon buckets of feed and mineral blocks in one trip. Plus, it's licensed to be on public roads, so I can run errands with it as needed. With over 225,000 miles on it, I don't have anything but liability insurance on it, so it's pretty cost effective.