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In my opinion, BFG A/Ts don't work very well in the mud. They pack up and don't clean themselves, which makes them extremely slick. It sounds like you spend some time in the mud, so this may not be the right choice. I have run the BFG A/Ts on multiple trucks for many years without any issues (besides rotting from age when they were 8+ years old).
BFG Mud Terrains (M/Ts) are pretty good tires, but they are loud on the road (not sure if this is a concern). If I spent more time off road, the Mud Terrains would probably be one of my top tire choices.
I've been running the Goodyear Duratracs for about 10K miles on my F350 and have been pretty happy with them. But I can't comment on their mud capabilities, as I live in the desert and don't make it in the mud too often. So far they've handled the rocky terrain pretty well and seem to be wearing well on the road. They are slightly louder than the BFG A/Ts they replaced, but they aren't too bad.
2000 F350 4X4 CCSB w/ 7.3 and 4R100
PIS 175/80, Adrenaline HPOP, 4" Exhaust, 6637 Filter, CCV Mod, Leveled Front, 315/75/16 Goodyear Duratracs