Harvest Goin' Slow

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  • John Bennett
    John Bennett  6 days back

    TIME FOR NEW SCALE

    • Bill Sexton
      Bill Sexton  6 days back

      Rob , another great video . I just want to encourage you to keep your head up and keep on going . I know things can be frustrating at times but you will figure out the scale on the grain cart . Your strength comes from god and he will see you through .

      • O'Neill Family Farms
        O'Neill Family Farms   6 days back

        Thanks so much for the encouragement. God is Good, even with bad cart scales. 😎

    • Dale Rogers
      Dale Rogers  6 days back

      Nice bin set-up!

      • Raul Alvarez
        Raul Alvarez  6 days back

        Great video Ron

        • Tim Dyer
          Tim Dyer  6 days back

          Sounds like there's a short somewhere good luck on finding
          I can't wait to see the new grain bins looking forward to it.

          • landlife m
            landlife m  3 days back

            @TwoHappyChildrenFarm
            Yeah I was Gunna say check for a bad earth, it's often the cause of an Intermittent problems

          • TwoHappyChildrenFarm
            TwoHappyChildrenFarm  6 days back

            Agreed. Power or ground. Since all the other hardware has been swapped out, nothing else to fault.

          • Tim Dyer
            Tim Dyer  6 days back

            @O'Neill Family Farms 🤠

          • O'Neill Family Farms
            O'Neill Family Farms   6 days back

            come on up! Ill let you ride on the cart with a tester and just keep testing till we find it 😂. pay is tubs and home cooked harvest suppers. 👍

        • Wright farms Hoffman
          Wright farms Hoffman  6 days back

          Great video , is ur farm a family farm like you and your dad or you have brothers ?

        • The Lone Farmer
          The Lone Farmer  6 days back

          This may not make sense but could be an electrical problem in the tractor, saying that your pto is on or something and then the cart scale I'd picking it up

          • The Lone Farmer
            The Lone Farmer  6 days back

            @O'Neill Family Farms yep and good luck, hopefully we can all get back to the fields soon

          • O'Neill Family Farms
            O'Neill Family Farms   6 days back

            Yeah we’ll do some digging at the end of harvest when can pull it into a warm shop and hopefully diagnose. Thanks for the help. Appreciated.

          • The Lone Farmer
            The Lone Farmer  6 days back

            Yea, another thing could be your whole works, not sure if you can hook them up to a computer to test them but that might be something to do

          • O'Neill Family Farms
            O'Neill Family Farms   6 days back

            Yeah they’ve all been replaced last year. But another could be acting up. When it’s intermittent. It’s tough.

          • The Lone Farmer
            The Lone Farmer  6 days back

            You said you got a whole new cell and everything and it was still doing it

        • Se basti an
          Se basti an  6 days back

          Do grain carts in the US have no air brake system? Isn't it dangerous to maneuver a fully-loaded cart on steep hills without any brake support from the cart?

          • O'Neill Family Farms
            O'Neill Family Farms   6 days back

            Just something a guy has to be careful with. Go slow and be in control before going down. There might be some carts equipped with them now. I know gravity wagons that get pulled down the road have braking systems.

        • Adam Guthrie
          Adam Guthrie  7 days back

          Ghost in the machine

        • Vince Fallon
          Vince Fallon  7 days back

          Can’t wait to see the new leg and bin system in action.

          • Fishingfool2017
            Fishingfool2017  7 days back

            How much of a yield hit has that stuff taken with it being blown down? I’m glad we got our stuff out before that happened to us. We typically don’t get to much down stuff unless we get a hail storm that bruises the stalks creating a weak point.

            • O'Neill Family Farms
              O'Neill Family Farms   7 days back

              A lot depends on ear retention. This is the first year we’ve had in a long time of this wide spread down corn.

          • Joshua Meyer
            Joshua Meyer  7 days back

            are you guys donating to this purple cattle thing

            • O'Neill Family Farms
              O'Neill Family Farms   7 days back

              Not that I’ve heard of. Not sure what it is. But maybe some in my family do?

          • Ben Burns
            Ben Burns  7 days back

            Hope the bins are finished shortly so you can continue harvesting and rap up 2019 harvest.

            • Integra Tire Carrot River

              Good luck the rest of the way!!

              • Sam Rugtiv
                Sam Rugtiv  7 days back

                Hope they get your bins up and going sod buster