To find a used farm truck for sale, search online listings for used trucks, or ask locals for information about any used farm trucks for sale. Decide on a particular type of farm truck before beginning your search.
Before looking at farm trucks, decide how you plan to use the truck once you buy it. If you need a farm truck to move hay or feed around the farm, an older truck with higher mileage is probably acceptable. However, if you need the truck for hauling livestock or carrying loads for longer distances, a newer and more dependable farm truck is necessary. If the latter is the case, look at used car dealers to find the right truck. Size is also an important consideration. If possible, buy a slightly larger vehicle than you think is necessary to account for unexpected loads.
Once you begin to look at trucks, be sure to inspect each one thoroughly. If possible, enlist a friend or family member during your search who knows about trucks. Test drive the farm truck, and listen for any knocks or thuds in the equipment. Finally, have the vehicle inspected by a trustworthy mechanic even if you don't plan to take it off your property.