Planting Non GMO Soybeans

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  • Joe Rixen
    Joe Rixen  1 months back

    How did the harvest of the Non-GMO turn out?

    • cindy weishan
      cindy weishan  2 months back

      Love no GMO👍🏼

      • Chris S
        Chris S  2 months back

        Interested in how these non-GMO do. I'm 49. Never a farmer but grew up in farm country and we had a big garden. Looking for better health I went to a mostly organic, non-GMO, diet and not only do I feel better but the food very much reminds me of what I ate as a kid. Fresh off the farm or out of the garden is so good! And yes I'm willing and able to pay that premium. These day's I'm in the chemical business. If I were a farmer I would find out what the percentage of organic versus regular produce is and try to run that percentage. Cover my bases so to speak. I do this in the coatings and adhesives business, nice mix of OTC patches, industrial and electronic adhesives, and automotive. This year automotive is down and the other products have filled the gap. I guess that's just my business perspective to your's. Anyway within 7-9 years I am going to buy a small farm, do a little farming, hunting, hiking and just enjoy the peace and quiet. Of late I've enjoyed learning about modern farming even though my plans would be on a very small scale and not really for profit. Enjoy your videos!

        • Markus Bernhardsgrütter
          Markus Bernhardsgrütter  2 months back

          In Switzerland we all have non gmo! It's standard! ;)

          • endorphinjunkie
            endorphinjunkie  4 months back

            Capitalist tries to make profit off of Communists pushing their political agendas.

            • Shannon Harris
              Shannon Harris  5 months back

              At the end was that your version of "THE MACHO MAN RANDY SAVAGE"? Lol.... Are you gonna SNAP A SLIM JIM NEXT?.... ruuunnn Jim!

              • Mtrotts !!!!!!!!
                Mtrotts !!!!!!!!  5 months back

                U telling me that i been drinking soymilk made with GMO soy beans... Monsantos no good man no good man!!!!!

                • Mike Crash
                  Mike Crash  5 months back

                  I think you should do your own research on GMO’s and be OPEN
                  minded when you do the research. I get the fact that you make a LOT of money
                  from GMO’s so your already biased to begin with and I get that. If you do the research,
                  you will find that a LOT of countries have BANNED use of GMO’s/roundup
                  products. Countries just don’t ban things for no reason! I have done research
                  and I am doing my best to ONLY eat organic products but its difficult at times
                  to find everything we need. I have watched a lot of your vid’s I think your
                  great, so thanks for showing us all a little piece of your life. Peace!

                  • Mike Crash
                    Mike Crash  5 months back

                    I want to emphasize certain words, don’t YOU write that way?

                  • Anonymous Person
                    Anonymous Person  5 months back

                    Mike Crash why in the world do you type like that? You capitalize random words.

                • TKftardpro
                  TKftardpro  5 months back

                  What are the arms that are folded up on the planter for?

                  • TKftardpro
                    TKftardpro  5 months back

                    @Jimmy's Adventures thanks man!

                  • Jimmy's Adventures
                    Jimmy's Adventures  5 months back

                    TKftardpro there called ridge markers and they make a furrow in the ground to follow to make strait lines if your not using gps

                • Bigbird
                  Bigbird  6 months back

                  Will planting non gmo screw up your storage plan?

                  • Ringdk1
                    Ringdk1  6 months back

                    In Denmark food made form non-gmo is very popular at lest that’s what I have experienced

                    • Beeriquois County
                      Beeriquois County  6 months back

                      Not sure how my ancestors farmed on their YouTube Channel with NonGMO crops. It must have been disastrous. :P

                      • Randy Kildow
                        Randy Kildow  6 months back

                        Non GMO Beans...hmmm.... Now I am waiting for you to open that fridge and see an IPA, Stout or Porter???? Maybe you will start your own Micro Brewery? You think you have warped humor.....

                        • Gordon Cade
                          Gordon Cade  6 months back

                          Do you guys plant a second crop in the fall ? Here in pa we plant we plant winter wheat. That’s harvested late June early July followed up by late corn that’s an early germination for late fall.

                          • Josh Barney
                            Josh Barney  6 months back

                            How many acres do you have it will all your Acres be on Farm Simulator 2019

                            • Feral Crafter
                              Feral Crafter  6 months back

                              May you find the market, may you become filthy rich

                              • Les Brown
                                Les Brown  6 months back

                                I cannot imagine even what my father would think and especially what my grandpa would think....
                                If they could see this incredible advancement.
                                They would be astounded.
                                Grandpa custom harvested with a 1903 Case steamer.
                                Try GPS that!

                                • Dave Kimbler
                                  Dave Kimbler  6 months back

                                  I’m not sold on non GMO but the data I’m told is still coming in favor of it . But like an election numbers can be skewed one way or the other . Is it a passing fancy? Who knows !

                                  • TomCat
                                    TomCat  6 months back

                                    Pay the kids 50 cents an hour to go bean walking.

                                    • Peter-Paul Lowe
                                      Peter-Paul Lowe  6 months back

                                      I really would have liked to come and work on a farm in America for the experience and see how you guys do it your way... I am from South Africa and I always wanted to see how you guys do it... You are doing a great job and I learn a lot....

                                      • Bushcraft student Kyle Sierra

                                        AMEN, NON glyphosate seeds. Bayer is worse than monsanto.

                                        • Kourtney Mecham
                                          Kourtney Mecham  6 months back

                                          Hey Zack my name is Logan Mecham, awesome videos watch them all the time, what part of Minnesota do you farm, my family and I farm bout 3500 acres of wheat, potatoes, and sugar beets in southeast Idaho

                                          • Mike Bonge
                                            Mike Bonge  6 months back

                                            You will make good money with those non gmo beans

                                            • JB Weld
                                              JB Weld  6 months back

                                              GMO/Non-GMO = Marketing hype to fleece consumers.

                                              • Myron Raber
                                                Myron Raber  6 months back

                                                Never used GMO seed

                                                • Im your farmer
                                                  Im your farmer  6 months back

                                                  Weed control plans???

                                                  • k8192
                                                    k8192  6 months back

                                                    Hey Zac, Gidday from Melbourne, Australia. I was just wondering if you invest in corn futures to insure against unfavorable price changes ?? I'm not a farmer, but I am interested in market theory.

                                                    • dave chesna
                                                      dave chesna  6 months back

                                                      Trump doesn't like funding farms that use non GMO.

                                                      • Bobby Sears
                                                        Bobby Sears  6 months back

                                                        Good video Zach I haven’t been watching much in a few weeks we been wide open picking blueberries ! We should be finished in around a few weeks so everybody eat Ga. grown berries! Thanks for sharing!!

                                                        • Bill Dill
                                                          Bill Dill  6 months back

                                                          Because of uneducated (stupid) consumers, we step backwards , but get a premium. I think your reduction in yield will offset the premium.

                                                          • Brian M
                                                            Brian M  6 months back

                                                            I think the same way as you about GMO soys but in our area for the last several years elevators have offered undeniable premiums for non GMOs. My experience has been that GMOs branch out and non GMOs are just one stem full of pods so I think in 30 inch rows you will be losing yield. I'm not sure if all non GMOs are that way

                                                            • Christoph Putz
                                                              Christoph Putz  6 months back

                                                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TmcXYp8xu4&list=PL6uDm1KfIKCu3eaK6wxXJ1ltvzDPydpNc&index=12&t=0s


                                                              This sums it up quite good. Thoughts?

                                                              • Michael Lucht
                                                                Michael Lucht  6 months back

                                                                It's away from any soy bean field with Monstanto GMO seeds right.

                                                                • Andre Reiu
                                                                  Andre Reiu  6 months back

                                                                  It’s all about profit! Most people go where money is...doesn’t matter if it’s GMO or something else.

                                                                  • holmikehol
                                                                    holmikehol  6 months back

                                                                    non gmo seeds👍🏻 Stick to nature as close as possible. In Europe we do not like that monsanto bayer gmo stuff. Bio /organic thats the future already on speed here. Consumers will get smarter what they eat. Farmers who will stick to the past, easy gmo seeds, watch for the change. Perhaps USA consumers are a bit behind regarding non gmo products🤭

                                                                    • B C
                                                                      B C  6 months back

                                                                      GMO is fine for fuels and industrial use, but not for human or animal consumption.

                                                                      • The wilderness survivors
                                                                        The wilderness survivors  6 months back

                                                                        On the farm i work at we transfered around 4000 acres to organic farming in 2013 and it has really been successfull. We were in the first farms to use gmo when they arrived on the market and in the first farms to go back to non-gmo crops

                                                                        • Lennart Stek
                                                                          Lennart Stek  6 months back

                                                                          There goes my subscription... No to GMO! We are not gods!

                                                                          • empalios
                                                                            empalios  6 months back

                                                                            Why non gmo? You never really explained it, only the reason that hippies pay more for it.

                                                                            • OpamitKruecke
                                                                              OpamitKruecke  6 months back

                                                                              Always interesting to see, that the USA is the total contrast to Germany, where GMO has no chance so far.

                                                                              • james kauffman
                                                                                james kauffman  6 months back

                                                                                Is there any issue with planting non-GMO crops next or near GMO? Like cross pollination or anything?

                                                                              • Remi. agripassion
                                                                                Remi. agripassion  6 months back

                                                                                Top 👍👍👍👍

                                                                                • Spazamazz
                                                                                  Spazamazz  6 months back

                                                                                  I'm really excited to see all this grow and the whole process. Only joined in when you were collecting all of last seasons' fields so havent seenw hat you do when you are waiting for it to all grow

                                                                                  • Paul Anderson
                                                                                    Paul Anderson  6 months back

                                                                                    I'm sure the non GMO beans will do good, Its the management that the hard part, When I last planted conventional beans I had to cultivated to help control weeds. Then its the years after with new weed flushes that show up. good luck.

                                                                                    • Les Brown
                                                                                      Les Brown  6 months back

                                                                                      May as well take advantage of the nutters.
                                                                                      People that forked bundles into threshing machines were lucky to see age 70.
                                                                                      Now 70 year olds have fun running combines which are like luxury cars.
                                                                                      See...
                                                                                      Science works.
                                                                                      And all in my lifetime!

                                                                                      • Les Brown
                                                                                        Les Brown  6 months back

                                                                                        rich
                                                                                        Yeah.
                                                                                        Agreed.
                                                                                        Dangerous back breaking dusty hot hell!

                                                                                      • rich
                                                                                        rich  6 months back

                                                                                        Forking bundles into a thresher is about as bad as it got!!

                                                                                    • c D
                                                                                      c D  6 months back

                                                                                      awesome . don't get any glyphosate on them.           and  ITS About Time  mud equals HEMP

                                                                                      • jordan oomen
                                                                                        jordan oomen  6 months back

                                                                                        love your channel I might get with FBN in a year and use your code

                                                                                        • Bruce Hutton
                                                                                          Bruce Hutton  6 months back

                                                                                          Just curious what is the percentage of your soybean crop is damaged by wildlife mostly deer. I have a high percentage of soybean eaten by deer the last couple of years. Thanks