Depending on what needs moved can be anything from the truck to the tractor and wagon down to the mower with cart, wheel barrow, or Willy with a couple 5 gal. buckets.
Now that I think of it, even the pockets of my bibs on occasion.
"Only the rocks [and really embarassing moments] live forever"
"When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands..." tick-tick-tick
I use a wheel barrow. What I like about it: It's paid for and it's good exercise. What I don't like about it: It's harder than Hades going uphill full of dirt, rocks, bricks, firewood, jugs of water, what have you.
"Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow the fields of those who don't."-Thomas Jefferson
1993 Dodge diesel 4 x 4 and a small tractor for the 'regular' farm stuff. Haflinger mare for wet ground and in the brushy/ lots of trees areas. Two wheeled chore cart and 20-something step grandson for everything else.
Honda 4 wheeler mostly, we have a swisher ATV cart with the huge tires and that does all the fence fixing and hauls about 40 face cord of firewood in a year. Then the cart comes off in the spring summer and fall to round up the cows. The poor little thing probably runs better than 300 days a year.
We have a couple of 5 wheel John Deere Gators and they work great even in water (when I am irrigating). I have even used it in a pinch when I needed to move some sheep from up front to our back pasture hauling them in a 16' stock trailer. Any fence work we load them up and bring along our generator and have all our work gear. We do also have Quads and a Kubota Tractor with bucket.
Our current utility vechiles are a Kubota Mini Excavator and a cub cadet from the 60's with a 2 wheel cart and a wheel barrow. The Kubota is used in land shaping mostly as we dont have any animals and don't plan to. We have used the cub for moving stones, dirt , mowing. We have been giving serious consideration though to getting rid of the mower in favor of a 2 wheeled hand cart. The land we live on is very steep and does not lend its self to machines that well. If my son rolled it ever , it would be very bad. I have over time grown a strong distaste form maintaining dirty gas engines. The idea of hand tools with less potential for costly (Money and Time ) issues appeals greatly to me. Also I can say to my self at least I am trying to reduce my footprint on others even if by a small amount. i'll miss the cub a bit but its just stuff?
we have an 02 silverado 3/4 ton that hauls everything big. we use our 90 something polaris atv for small jobs and for plowing snow. we use our john deer lawn tractor that was given to us (free is the best!) for maintaining pastures and the lawn. what I am hoping for, is that my dad will get a new toy, and let me buy his Rhino, cheap.