Choosing the Best Truck for Your Homestead


| 7/18/2017 3:01:00 PM


Megan Wild 

In the last 20 years, we've watched the pickup truck evolve from a vehicle built for doing work to a high-riding commuter car. These days, it's hard to find a full-sized truck that doesn't come leather-lined with a 16-speaker stereo; and while luxury features are nice to have, some of us still need our trucks to do work.

As a homesteader, you learn better than most the value of a truck that can both get the job done and function as a commuter. When you’re running a small farm, every piece of equipment must be able to more than pay for itself, so choosing the right truck is important.

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Know What You Want

The beauty of a pickup truck is its versatility. The truck's ability to perform a multitude of tasks is what has made these vehicles a standard of homesteads and ranches for decades. That's still true today, but with so many options on the market, which is the right truck for you?