I want to start off by saying thank you to the Bowhunting.com community! You guys are awesome and I learn so much from you all as well the show. I also know i am beating a dead horse here with this topic. I have spent countless hours looking and doing research and each time end up with the same result "If you want to do it save your money and buy a Tractor with a 3-point and PTO." I get it they are awesome and if i had the resources or another use case than just a few 1/2 - 1 acre plots I would've already jumped all over it. I saying this because I don't want that to be where this thread to go. I want to be able to have a open conversation between guys that have ATV/UTV's and are doing it right now. I want to know what worked for you what didn't work. What product it is and how did you use it. I know there are tons of options and also tons of use cases for those options. I am going from a lawnmower and a 18" rear tine tiller that i am walking behind. I used the lawnmower with a prayer tank with a nozzle mounted directly to it. I sprayed all my plots with it. Then i had a OLD lawnmower i used to scalp it. I would then burn it all off then walk behind that tiller for 3-4 hours per 1/4 acre tilling it up. I then made a harrow that i pulled behind the lawnmower to cover it all up after walking with a hand spreader. This year i bought a Polaris Ranger 1000 xp. I will convert over my sprayer to hook up to a small boom that goes in the receiver hitch so i am good there. It only is 15 gallons but i can take more in 5 gallon buckets with lids until i get a bigger workhorse 40 gallon tank and boom system. I also picked up a swisher 52" pull behind powered rough cut mower. So this is where i am at now in my adventure that never ends..... Where i am stuck at is now breaking ground. I have looked and did tons of research. I love the thought of the DR Pull behind Power Tiller Link (https://www.drpower.com/power-equip...0-ft-lbs-pro-roto-hog-power-tiller-es-new.axd) I think it will be heavy enough to break fresh ground but will have to be taken at very slow speeds. This is where i really want to go problem is all the videos of these things are on gardens that have been worked over year after year or right before they shot the video. But really like this option because its how i did it before the UTV. Next option i have my eye on is the Koplin 3-point hitch system. Link ( https://www.kolpin.com/hd-3-point-hitch-system) With this i can run the cultivator and then disk plow on it Link( https://www.kolpin.com/products/dirtworks-system). The thought with this is it would be easy to lift and lower to get into plots that are tucked back in the woods and didnt have to pull something with wheels back in there. It also not only has lifting power but downward power to help push the disk into the ground and use the UTV as weight to hold it down and not bounce around like others that pull behind. Then the pull behind: The last would be something like Iron Baltic's pull behind tandem disk or something along those lines where its heavy with tires but the tires can be raised by push of a button. This would be heavy and enough surface volume to add more weight.. I just dont know if they work especially on new ground. So this gives you guys a idea of what i am trying to do.. Best answer i know is get a tractor but i know there are other people out there like me that all they have and can afford or justify is a UTV/ATV. I just want to get a good open ended discussion and see if more than just myself can get something out of it. Thank you to everyone in advance that contributes.