Man cole your dads little story about his dads number calling him brought tears to my eyes. I guess I’m not the only one who believes in that “ these days”🤟🏼 Brian, great story and I believe that there are no coincidences. For whatever reason, it got your attention. And you told it without getting emotional... which I would have done. You know, this has become one of the very best farming channels out there. Now that you, Cole and Jeff have become more at ease, it's great. Well narrated, filmed, and edited. It does my heart good to see you farming with your Dad. I imagine it makes Brian feel pretty great to be sitting there waiting for seed and you are completing a much-needed task by rolling the field and then heading back to take care of the lots. Keep up the good work both of you! Thanks for taking us along! J.R. ("and that's all I have to say about that"} LOL!!! It is great Brian has gotten used to talking on camera. Always a pleasure to listen to him and his tales of times gone by! Brian, your story made me smile, its my dad’s birthday and I have been thinking about him all day. Thank you. I think Brian is going to have trouble topping that story. This episode was so full of things to comment on! Brian’s story about his dad saying hello! Awesome! Roller really does push rocks down. The drone flying music choices are the best! Really enjoyed this video! I just love the story Brian told about his dad!! I truly believe in that kind of stuff. Now I’m just waiting to hear from my mom and dad🤗🤗
Great, I turn on my brother 10 times and neither I nor he got bored ...: D We also have a harvest now because from the village: D FILM GORGEOUS THAT IT'S LOVELY LOOKING BY ILONA GORGEOUS EQUIPMENT ALSO GREAT Great mother of God what a lovely young lady great scenery. Hi from santa fe New Mexico USA What is the price of the machine
I honestly don't know how I found this channel but I've been watching for hours now dang Laura Farms lol I love your personality I am I very small farmer so it's awesome to see how the larger farms operate Just looked at another farmer's video, where he had spread hydrated lime around the chopper to keep the mice out of the machine during winter storage. Might somewhat work. You know, growing up and spending summers on the family farm, I don't recall seeing any of the family working the equipment with legs like yours, Laura. 🤔🤗😁😂🤣. Usually Grandpa wore coveralls except for going to town and my Uncle always wore work jeans and blue long-sleeve denim shirts no matter the temperature. Both wore straw farmer hats. Frankly, I'm glad they wore "long pants" as I don't think I could have handled their bare legs. 🤣 Even during my high school years when I worked on farms, neither I nor farmers I worked for ventured away from jeans, long shirts. Whenever I power wash anything I always wear as little as possible. It is easier to take a shower than deal with dirty laundry.
Bring on the wheat harvest, may all the custom cutters have a safe and blessed season Great video Mike . The video brings back memories of when I was part of a custom crew . We had a nice field in Oklahoma but it had to be divided into 5 different pieces because of the farmer had to keep how much wheat each owner received.. Thanks for all your work . I've been waiting for your harvesting videos .. Great video Mike! The wheat looks like its getting close to being ready here in Kansas but I haven't seen anyone cutting as of yet. Mike, that was a great video, thanks for sharing. We used to live in Burkburnett when I was assigned at Sheppard AFB. I loved harvest time watching all the equipment get ready for the season. When I retire in a few years, my goal is to work for one of these guys for a season, I think it would be an awesome adventure to see the country and operate big equipment. What does a custom crew charge to cut. I live in western ky and everyone cuts their own crop for the most part. I live in the same county as BigTractorPower. I enjoy your videos. Thanks for posting. Killer video Mike,and you mentioned adventure,if I had known about this when I was in my 20s I'd been gone in a heartbeat.!!!
I was waiting for a “watch this and hold my beer”. This has gotta be the most jerry rigged video ever! I personally loved the old intro Carson, why are you never welding? Obviously you have watched all my videos Jeff😉
What kind of fool would work around with these clothes except a dancer. Good looking and good work
What an awesome story! So great to see him on another one like he remembered as a young man. Very, very cool video!!! There is no replacing that experience. Was nice to hear from him about the history he had with the tractor. Wonderful to hear his story. I am younger (65), so my story version revolves around a John Deere M. My brother has the M. He used it after Grandpa farmed to clean the gutters in his milking barn. I am very fond of the M which now only does my brother's garden work. The M will descend down his line. I would eventually own Farmalls. James thanks for a great story of you and the Moline. We did things on the farm that today would be considered child endangerment. My first tractor drive was a iirc a AC D14 tricycle front. It had a two speed hand clutch high neutral low. Must have been around 8 and foot could not reach the other tractors with a foot clutch. He was “king dude”! Love it. Understand mom’s concern looking at the disc setup. Well, I guess I know who I want to be like when I grow up. Thats one of the best videos I have seen in a very long time. I love this guy! "I didn't endanger myself" says the kid who just spent the whole day riding atop of sharp discs pulled by a tractor that throws rods out the engine
Great solution! I don't even dare to start another car 😅.Good to see you make another video Angela , VW golf are great cars . Have a good year & stay safe Excellent I love your videos keep it upHi Angela kisses for you, Congratulations I loved the video of you charging the battery of the Tractor Que Maquina and disengaging the countersink kisses for you amorr and us Gaes Brasil Hello Angela. A fantastic video. A challenging job. You finally made it 👍. It's been a long time. I hope you are doing well. I've been waiting for your upload. Cheers 👍
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This is a great vlog. Thank you for posting and sharing with us. Thank you very much for flying the United States Flag, that is very important! More of us should follow suit and fly the flag every day! Another amazing great video from the Master! Flawless perfect! Thanks Mike for sharing. I was thinking they just don't have hay fields that big in the mid-west anymore. With agriculture more specific these days I expect to see wheat & hay out west and more beans and corn here in the mid-west. That's just my thoughts, but you see what's going on first hand. Great video!
The retro video is very hilarious kkkk boot shit. This tractor is really rough Disclose there, take it please
Welcome back to another video from lord gizmo. Today we will show some modern bale picker stacker machines you need to see. So stick to this video till the end, make sure to subscribe, like, and share, and don't forget to turn on the notification icon. I work for Marcrest, the last section of the video and seeing this makes me laugh when it came up on my videos to watch Awesome , agricultural machine . Thank for the channel 👍👍 I miss the good old days of baling twine, blood and scars...not. When I was a youngster in high school that worked in the local hay fields with other high schoolers that had stronger backs then smarter minds for "bucking hay" we thought it was HUGE DEAL when the farmer we worked for bought a brand spanking new bale lifter that was truck mounted that picked them up and placed them on the bed of the truck where human horsepower (which was us) then still had to stack them!! That was 1970 or so in rural western Washington near the Nisqually delta area was one location. Which is now mostly urban filled with houses instead of hayfields... Hello, Your video is very good and interesting, I always accompany You, Thank you for sharing ads The way that Mil-stack driver was slamming those bales that clamp ain’t gonna last long. Good god we used throw small square bales up ten high on trailers , these things are for wimps ! I was looking for one of these to replace our current one then saw this in my recommended Farmers have got it to easy nowadays. And all they do is complain. The bored sing radiographically reign because tugboat anatomically choke per a concerned can. lackadaisical, aback fire
Far and away, the best farming content on the YouTube Andy. I really like the local history. That Sarah is a heck of an operator, cut those corners darned near perfect and stopped as soon as trouble arose. You've got quite the farmer in that one. Whether she likes it or not. Thanks again and best regards from Indiana. Talk about duels on the steer Wheels, I remember my first experience with it. I drove for a trucking company but they also farmed and needed a little extra help. My boss put me in the tractor with the duals on the front and I had never driven one with duals on the front before. I had to move it to a different farm and I pulled out of the building site with no problem on to the gravel road. I got down to the blacktop and turned onto it and damn near went to the ditch. I didn't realize how hard it would turn. It was a John Deere 8420 with a grain cart. That was a good video to wrap up planting. I like hearing the stories about the old farmers from the area. I bet those guys were really good guys. I’m impressed with Sarah, she pays better attention then guys my age do for Christ sake. I bet it feels good to be done planting. Finish one thing and right onto the next. Before you know it you’ll be choppin it lol. Take it easy Andy Great to finish planting Andy . On to the next project your work is never done. Keep them videos coming. Thanks Andy Sarah is doing a great job handling those boundaries! That was a pretty darn big rock she had stuck in there. Like your history lessons, always great. Sara has done a great job this year. Very responsible person. Keep the hay an silage an harvest videos coming never boring. Glad you're done planting. Be safe.