All tires stink in snow but I would go with Carlisle tires for longevity, they have given me pretty good traction plowing. All plows are pretty much the same so I would go with whoever has the best deal.
I have chains for the rear wheels for 2 of my Suzuki’s. I don’t like to run them on my paved driveways at camp or the house, as they scratch up the blacktop badly. I only use them for running traps in deep snow.
I would suggest a KFI plow, best bang for the buck and 100% USA made. It also has the highest clearance available when off the ground. I used it this past weekend for the first time in 6 inches of snow and it was a beast.
The first thing I do with every 4wheeler is replace the stock tires.It makes a night and day difference.With good tires,the only time you will ever get stuck is if you get saddle bagged and chains won't help in that situation.