Tractor falls into water drainage ditch. Tractor with iron tires and even Philippine; cbt after 10 years stopped, called and still left cutting earth turned on 12. the white powder is poison for the earth and then things come with poison to eat ok
I've never seen the way they grow before. I actually thought they grew like little cabbages and it was just the centre part that was harvested. An amazing factory and an excellent video. I loved how the original sounds from the production line were kept instead of putting in some silly music. Thanks for posting that. We like to stir-fry them with ginger, olive oil, Parmesan cheese and salt. I'd never seen this process before.
I'm blown away with how clean this place is. This family goes beyond to get this product out for us. I've never seen anything like this. Just very impressed Such a cool tour! I wish the general public would understand and appreciate just how much of a technological marvel a modern dairy farm is; it's nothing short of miraculous. Love how you're eyes light up when you are learning new things. Great to see they are using the methane to power the farm plus 7k homes!
Hi super nice video, I totally agree, with Perrine for people, who are not screwed to put their turn signals. Great video, very nice editing, ... an interview of the people filmed with some information would be a plus. Good continuation a little hello from canada very nice video thank you to you and you are very pretty
Pulling the bed through the window was the greatest piece of footage I have ever seen. That was glorious. The bush hog wrecking ball was fantastic also 😂😂😂 I don’t get why people have to give you a bunch of hate, your content is literally awesome and I watch it literally all the time, don’t Let anyone bring you down because of your hopes and dreams and just don’t listen to the haters I love how only 2 years ago he was only at 200k now he’s at damn near 3mil and he’s got half the world hatin on him😂😂😂 PLS KEEP DOING IT THE WORLD NEEDS MORE PEOPLE WITH A SENSE OF HUMOR. Seeing a bed pulled through a window was so much better than I had ever imagined. And you better believe I’ve imagined it so many times!
LEAVE YOUR LIKE, SUBSCRIBE AND ACTIVATE THE NOTIFICATIONS! ONLY TO RECEIVE A SAVE The combine and the Toyota collided in my area a few years ago, due to a lot of suspended dust there was no visibility at all.
There is a lot to be said about the amount of trust your horses have that you will not put them in a bad situation and get them hurt. I have always believed that a large portion of training has to do with making friends with your animals an building the trust between you and them. Another great video and thanks for sharing with us. I'm always amazed in watching your horses anticipating the pull. It's like a starter gun going off when you give them the go-ahead.
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Question: How does machine know or how does the machine sort potatoes from bigger rocks that are in the ground? And how do they make sure that potatoes don't get damaged when they are transferred from the harvester to another trailer? Thank you for answering my question in the other video i appreciate it very much. For a monstrosity this size, needs to be 4 or 6 rows lifting. interesting! thumb up & greetings
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Thanks for sharing how you get silage done. Way back, we had a one-row Gehl chopper 🤓 with corn silage going into a trench silo to help get beef cattle through the winter. Great feed, the smell and the steam rolling in the winter time. Quite a machine taking 8 rows, handling a lot of material. Silage cutting brings back memories. Years ago when Doves were more plentiful here in W.Ky, fresh cut silage fields were a great place to hunt . These are some of my favorite ag work videos to watch. These and heavy tillage work. One note: I think some farmers outfit their harvester with a wideangle camera on the spout, so they can monitor the filling off the truck/box/wagon without turning their head all day.