An ATV,(or farm quad or 4 wheeler) is one of the most useful pieces of equipment a farmer can have. With the addition of a few accessories they can carry all sorts, from hay for feeding out, fencing gear, tools, firewood and with the addition of a trailer and crate - young calves and sheep - the uses are never-ending!
We would all like to have a shiny new ATV in our shed but unless you are a full-time farmer and plan on using it most days the cost is hard to justify. Buying a second hand ATV is the best way to go for many lifestyle block and small farmers, so here are a few pointers on what to look for in a second-hand ATV:
This month I thought I’d focus on a few questions that I often get asked about our range of headbails. I hope they help, if you’ve got more questions then feel free to get in touch for a yarn.
What headbail suits me?
We have four different models of headbail in our line up. These are our Standard headbail, Heavy Duty headbail, Ultimate headbail and Highland headbail - I’ll explain them all briefly.
When you are new to farming, it may seem a daunting task to go and purchase livestock from a saleyard.
Crowds of people moving from pen to pen, stock agents rattling off facts and figures and the worry of buying a whole herd by accidentally itching your forehead.
DIY advice for lifestylers, written by Kiwi Cattle Yards owner, Euan Seymour.