Farm Tour


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  • Greg Milner
    Greg Milner  4 months back

    I`ve been enlightened here. Good senses of humor. Spent one summer involuntarily on a dairy farm . Best experience besides USMC, or Airplane Pilot .

    • Shaggy Boi
      Shaggy Boi  4 months back

      thank u for your service

  • Boitano Excavation
    Boitano Excavation  2 days back

    Iowa dude thinks he knows everything

    • Jilleman
      Jilleman  2 weeks back

      9:16 "So this is a real planter, they paint'em green.." Yep, you are correct, and then they print "CLAAS" on them ;)

      • Lilacsngin
        Lilacsngin  2 weeks back

        Haven't s CLUE what you're talking about..why am I so fascinated in this?! Lol
        Love this channel!

        • allgood 2008 mw22 clan
          allgood 2008 mw22 clan  4 weeks back

          What happened to the 7930

          • Rusty Simms
            Rusty Simms  4 weeks back

            A real one is a cat

            • Zeek Durhman
              Zeek Durhman  1 months back

              Very good to see you two talk farming! The knowledge you share, the experiences, and your mutual love of profession are sooooo appreciated!

              • 918- 360-4947 918-360-4947

                I like your videos you explain everything very fairly for people to understand it thank you for sharing them I love it when I see your family with you when you're in your tractors and yes John Deere tractors are the best

                • Rob Hakeman
                  Rob Hakeman  1 months back

                  Zach you should plant a acre or 2 of sweetcorn for the kids and when its ready have the kids sell it in town and the money they make put into a college fund and they also get some practice at business decisions best thing in life for them.

                  • NeedForSpeed2004
                    NeedForSpeed2004  1 months back

                    1:45 at first I thought he was gonna crash into the tractor & take his head off

                    • BC
                      BC  1 months back

                      If it isnt red leave it in the shed....jk ;p

                      • Katie Jensen
                        Katie Jensen  1 months back


                        • L. Ryan Turner
                          L. Ryan Turner  2 months back

                          Literally the life I want to be in. Have tried for years to weasel my way into a farming career (equipment operator, etc) to no avail lol. Enjoy your videos and always want more. Great job!

                          • jimW133
                            jimW133  2 months back

                            All your machinery is so clean.

                            • Steven
                              Steven  2 months back

                              So do you use the boat for farming when it rains to much.

                              • Gary Pfleegor
                                Gary Pfleegor  2 months back

                                how come the welker farms tractors and combines don't break down as much as your green stuff.

                                • Yeti Spec
                                  Yeti Spec  2 months back

                                  stick hemp in the broken field

                                  • gary booska
                                    gary booska  2 months back

                                    Be carful don’t let her fall off the equipment please!

                                    • Bronc Irvine
                                      Bronc Irvine  2 months back


                                      • One Life
                                        One Life  2 months back

                                        I want a tour Zach..😆i want to meet yr family and see yr and have grandkids going to college for Ag..i find it exciting to see the blend of farming traditions combined with tech interesting and exciting..yr sense of up my i was..we were raised..yr wife must be exceptional..😊

                                        • Talisman1957
                                          Talisman1957  3 months back

                                          That Iowa guy does his own laundry? Only a real farmer will wear pink :)

                                          • Gary Schiffli
                                            Gary Schiffli  3 months back

                                            Watching farmers compare pecker sizes is funny. But hearing them discussing farm methods an tactics is about as exciting as watching paint dry!

                                            • anthony ferry
                                              anthony ferry  3 months back

                                              Nothing runs like a John Deere tractor

                                              • Jacob Spannbauer
                                                Jacob Spannbauer  3 months back

                                                Ur boy reminds me of myself when I was little I used take my Polaris 300 sportsman had 3000 miles on her when I traded her in for a canam outlandish 500xt

                                                • Bill Dill
                                                  Bill Dill  3 months back

                                                  It’s’s kinda turned into an attempt at a comedy club. I’ll stick with Brown Farms.

                                                  • JD7530-Chris
                                                    JD7530-Chris  3 months back

                                                    Why don't you till the field which was to wet already? Like plow it, than the wet underground comes up and can dry too. When dried seed a catch crop which will freeze to death. Then in winter time till it after some frost when the frost just got out of the ground so he machines can handle it but you don't leave that much of a compaction. This will leave a nice seedbed in the spring. We use this technique some time but don't know it this will work out in your circumstances.

                                                    • JD7530-Chris
                                                      JD7530-Chris  3 months back

                                                      Thanks for the explanation!!

                                                    • Millennial Farmer
                                                      Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                      We can't pull tillage equipment through wet soils, it's way too sticky. Our ground also freezes about 5 feet deep and when it thaws it's too sticky to even walk on for about a month

                                                  • Chris R
                                                    Chris R  3 months back

                                                    ORANGE IS BETTER THAN DEVIL RED.

                                                    • Harkennu
                                                      Harkennu  3 months back

                                                      Was that Lowry

                                                      • ken rogers
                                                        ken rogers  3 months back

                                                        hi forgot to say you may need to dig some holes in that last field to find the compaction i guess the the drainage guys would let you have one for a couple of hours

                                                        • Joven Salvador
                                                          Joven Salvador  3 months back

                                                          Cute SE BB boy ..

                                                          • ken rogers
                                                            ken rogers  3 months back

                                                            HI millennial great vids that last field rather than tile drains try subsoiling looks like a classic case of compaction was maize crop harvested in wet? if landlord pays for drains he may want no probably will want more rent!!! but if you can run a subsoiler through while the top is dry it maybe a good alternative, try to go at either45 or 90 degrees to the way the last crop was drilled you ma want to level out the ruts first!!!!!

                                                            • Joseph Milbrandt
                                                              Joseph Milbrandt  3 months back

                                                              I should come till that field tomorrow

                                                              • Steve Allen
                                                                Steve Allen  3 months back

                                                                CLAAS and FENDT just shit all over John Deere...I can't take you serious man when you tools are like Target brand and we use down here in Oz Snap On tools.....That's the difference between John Deere and CLAAS...John Deere is like a K-Mart tool set and CLAAS is like Snap On....Americans...Facking

                                                                • biggest D
                                                                  biggest D  3 months back


                                                                  • Ronny Kimberlin
                                                                    Ronny Kimberlin  3 months back

                                                                    You did not let him Drive a jhon Deere that is bad

                                                                    • CanCrusher
                                                                      CanCrusher  3 months back

                                                                      Why on the blower to the bins, don't you put a air pressure transducer constantly monitoring the air pressure in the tube. Then on a blow out, I would expect the pressure to change substantially. This could be used to shut the dryer off and sound an alarm. Much better than blowing all of the corn on the ground. But then again, my goal is to overlay complicate things.... :)

                                                                      • Brian Pruitt
                                                                        Brian Pruitt  3 months back

                                                                        Most highest in indiana that I remember was 22-24% for the farmer I was working for but we shut down. It was command to have 12 to 18% during a normal harvest

                                                                        • Mat O'Keefe
                                                                          Mat O'Keefe  3 months back

                                                                          "If we can keep the orange guy off twitter..." ROFLMAO

                                                                          • Phillip Peterman
                                                                            Phillip Peterman  3 months back

                                                                            You already said that "he" is a lunatic. But that's ok, I like farming and will continue to watch.

                                                                            • Millennial Farmer
                                                                              Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                                              I've also said he may just be the lunatic we need and I support him...

                                                                          • Trevor Davis
                                                                            Trevor Davis  3 months back

                                                                            Love your Deere's it's better then Massey

                                                                            • Rocko 4653
                                                                              Rocko 4653  3 months back

                                                                              Ooooo new grain cart is it the 12 series ;)

                                                                              • Kishihukaちゃんねる
                                                                                Kishihukaちゃんねる  3 months back


                                                                                • Mikey Andrews
                                                                                  Mikey Andrews  3 months back

                                                                                  Hey brother how many acers do you farm i farm 40 acers but i do hay.

                                                                                  • Patrick Dunne
                                                                                    Patrick Dunne  3 months back

                                                                                    Hello from Chicago! Just curious after seeing all the China tariff talk on the news, has this affected your farm?
                                                                                    Love the channel, for someone who grew up and lives in a big city, it's great to learn!

                                                                                    • JL Jantz
                                                                                      JL Jantz  3 months back

                                                                                      When is your farm map coming to FS19? Waiting and watching.

                                                                                      • nickm 835
                                                                                        nickm 835  3 months back

                                                                                        We are getting a new grain cart this year too! Getting a 2019 Kinze 1051 here soon!

                                                                                        • Jordan Roberts
                                                                                          Jordan Roberts  3 months back

                                                                                          Mr. Zach, is there such a thing as a quieter air blower for the grain bins? Cost effective?

                                                                                          • Adam Smith
                                                                                            Adam Smith  3 months back

                                                                                            Jordan Roberts no I work on blowers for a living and they are just loud. Very high rpm typically between 2000 and 3600 rpm to be efficient and air at pressure moving at high volume is extremely loud. They do make mufflers but they are expensive and typically do very little per cost

                                                                                        • Dorasz
                                                                                          Dorasz  3 months back

                                                                                          We mostly harvest around 22-25%, last year, 13-16%... But there is no climatic problem.

                                                                                          • Millennial Farmer
                                                                                            Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                                                            @Dorasz our corn is extremely wet this year. Wetter than it's been in 10 years. Global cooling? Or planting date mixed with local weather pattern?

                                                                                          • Dorasz
                                                                                            Dorasz  3 months back

                                                                                            @Millennial Farmer Becouse we allawys had 20%+ corn, even my dad can't remember when they had 15%. And he is duing this famrer thing for 20+ years now.

                                                                                          • Millennial Farmer
                                                                                            Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                                                            What would that have to do with a climatic 'problem'? 15% swings are the norm. It just depends on planting date and heat units.