Not sure what the guy on the hillside was trying to do. Maybe start a lot of erosion? The guy in the Lamborghini looks very happy although he's slipping sideways nearly all the time Cool. These are all homebuilt?
Hello Thierry beautiful video as usual, it must be funny to fall into a big hole like this, good luck for next week see you soon 👍👍👍😊 Hello Thierry, thank you for this nice video, well planted the harvester but, finally it ended well for you as well as for this superb harvester, congratulations to the crane operator and to the other people who attended this repair. what a year of m.... !!!!, me, a simple gardener, I can't wait for this time so good luck to all the farmers of France because it takes some for this endless harvest, see you soon cordially Christophe du pas de calais (in audomarois exactly) and a truck driver in a cereal tipper.
Laura, you and Grant make such a good team. Love watching the repairs that people do not realize are just important as the planting and harvest. Anything mechanical will break and how you fix it and maintain it is awesome. I always learn something in every video and seeing your happy beautiful face and smile while you explain it is awesome. Question; how can something be so fun and beautiful to watch at the same time? Answer Laura and Grant working together.
The most unlikely of collabs seems to have turned into one of the best collabs here
Wow! I had never heard of this until now! I always thought that a 6 point moldboard plow was the cats buttt! Guy did not state this could not be done in rock soil and shallow top soil. The reason this is almost never done is the expense of man power, fuel, equipment wear and damages beside there are more economical ways. Track hoe can scoop a hole big enough for tree planting at full speed. On man. One tractor. Fast acres per hour.
Wow! Incredible heavy equipment guys. Good job & keep safe.. Thank you for not adding music👍🏻
It seems that the Germans are very fond of Kirovtsy. The cabin would be more comfortable inside, and there is no cooler tractor anymore.
From 6:20 to 8:15 It shows tree and brush stomping machines made by the La Tourneau company. These machines showed up in the early to mid 1950's . This company made an amazing variety of gigantic machines for agriculture,mining,construction, exploration and the military. Though the machines are old now ,when they first appeared they were modern technology.
Fun Fact: The Drone is not only filming the Harvester, it also is checking the area for wormsigns. ;) Why not have an elevator off the harvester and load the trailer direct. Eliminating that giant Octupus. Thereby saving time, money, and manpower. Just a thought. Amazing machines in action no doubt.
The idea of a hybrid-powered off-rail train is much older than that. Young Ferdinand Porsche designed the "Landwehr Train" for the Austro-Hungarian army in WWI to pull munitions in remote areas - with one gasoline engine generating electricity to power electric motors in the trailers. There are still plenty of scenarios where these vehicles would be more effective and practical than heavy lift helicopters. Helicopters have much more restrictions on where they can go based on weather and range than a vehicle on the ground.
From the NTPA tractor pull in Tomah, WI June 2022 What a machine Lord, have mercy!
Your good morning, everyone at the beginning of your videos always makes my day. I absolutely love your LOVE for Nebraska and your passion for farming. It is such a joy to listen to you while you educate us on what you are doing, and you break it down in common everyday language that we all can understand. Your passion is awesome. Love each and every video that you post and always looking forward to the next one. Laura - keep working hard - I am an ex-farmer - went broke as a 3rd generation farmer - lost our family farm in the mid 1980's. I always hoped one day to get the farm back but at 67 that hope get less and less. I am so grateful I was raised and was a farmer. Proud of you - you are a wonderful person and so refreshing with what we have in the world today - God bless you and your family - Glen Laura, can you guys even "imagine" tractor driving without the computers- actually watching the rows of corn with tires in the middle ? I did some farming in West Texas long ago, just a hired hand and your computerized farming looks so awesome !
Like how he didn't fully remove the silicone on the trim and pulled part of the dry wall paper along with it 😂😂😂 It would be nice if you would tag the products you are showing us so we can find and buy! They had me until the drill with a touch screen. Half the time my impact is a hammer in disguise. The last product will only work on loose dirt. That is most likely not the case for where they were demonstrating it.
The problem is as these pieces of equipment are bought by the farmers to make their farfmers more production, it's the consumer who ends up paying for the farmer's new equipment. The content of our videos is for entertainment and the information contained is for you to know what is happening on the screen and has some educational value.