MAJOR combine damage - Nov. 6th Harvest Vlog

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  • B F
    B F  21 hours back

    corn whiskey belongs in a bottle.. not in our fuel supply. It destroys everyone elses machines so these guys can get rich.

    • psygn0sis
      psygn0sis  2 days back

      A John Deere in its natural state.... broken. : P

      • Keith Krone
        Keith Krone  2 days back

        “I’ve never been to prison by the way, either. That was a joke also.” Hahahaa

        • edward reilly
          edward reilly  4 days back

          Holy smokes!

          • Derek Wallace
            Derek Wallace  7 days back

            Who’s watching exactly 2 years later? Little snow on the ground in 2017 too!

            • K Bar
              K Bar  7 days back

              I have always wondered when they harvest corn, at night, how many wild animals they run into out in the field! Bears/trash pandas/fox/wolf/deer?

              • seap
                seap  1 weeks back

                Oh the joys of farming. I farmed with my family for 27 years of my life. Just north of you up here in Manitoba. Back in '97 it was so wet the grain carts couldn't even get in the fields. I drove the combine up on the side of the ditch and was dumping in a truck that was parked on the side of a road. When I backed up I mistakenly backed the rear tire into a culvert and ripped off the entire axle. Same deal. Crippled in a ditch full with 4 ft of water. What I've learned is that if you can survive grain farming you can survive any other occupation with ease.

                • Ginger Baker
                  Ginger Baker  2 weeks back

                  You guys are amazing! There is not ONE skill set here. You need to be able to do multiple tasks on a farm, and the more you call for help the less $$ you make!

                  • Peter Thiessen
                    Peter Thiessen  2 weeks back

                    Hard working guys great job!

                    • Grizzly Bear
                      Grizzly Bear  2 weeks back

                      Why don't you just put the corn in the silos instead of bagging it . Have you heard of grain elevators that you can put the corn in . People do work there and they know what to do with the corn

                      • brakel8r
                        brakel8r  2 weeks back

                        11:30. Awesome

                        • Jason Tate
                          Jason Tate  4 weeks back

                          Thats one tough tire.

                          • Bill Anderson
                            Bill Anderson  1 months back

                            20,000 subscribers back then, and now less than two years later (October 12, 2019) you have 338,000 subscribers. Congrats on several jobs well done. :)

                            • D Hansel
                              D Hansel  1 months back

                              "Don't Complain about Farmers/Ranchers with your Mouth Full"

                              • Alex Veldhuis
                                Alex Veldhuis  1 months back

                                This statement is really a rather oversimplified and somewhat incorrect way of stating the real issue. Both producers and consumers are dependant on market prices. It is the guys in between who all want their cut. Right now there may well be a change in what consumers demand, but sometimes such changes are initiated by those involved in the food business, whom in turn have a say in what farmers should be growing. That is the kind of control/power at their fingertips. So, as a grower, their frustrations are misdirected if they feel the need to react to consumers complaints. One either acknowledges their grievances and ensure that their points are responded to, by way of dismissing that which is factually incorrect and explaining why various choices are made, or one can dismiss the complaints outright, since the consumers grief is related to the marketing and pricing of product, which invariably are issues outside of the producer's control..A big part of the problem lies in the huge disconnect between producer and consumer, where we have gone from an agrarian economy society, to what we have today where a large service sector exists and there is even a noticeable chasm between the producer and consumer in an 'us and them' kind of way. Now, I don't know where and how it started, but you see, your line up there isn't helping matters. There are no complaining consumers here, so what is your actual issue?

                            • Jason Gunn
                              Jason Gunn  2 months back

                              I hate to see how much that repair bill would have been!

                              • stick jr.
                                stick jr.  2 months back

                                Hire me on, I want to run some farming equipment. I don't sleep much so I should be ok with the long days and hours.

                                • Budd Hicks
                                  Budd Hicks  2 months back

                                  stick jr. I ran a 2,500 farm for my boss man , we went to work at 7am to 7;30 pm . When we were planting the crops and 7; am to 7;30 pm when we were harvesting the crops. But after we got the crops planted we went to work at 7am to 6pm . we took an hour off for lunch. I say that if you got to work from morning till late late you got more land than you need. Your hands are going to be quiting you pretty often. it's not 30s any more. Then the boss said if a man dies , Hire another one. if the Mule dies will Buy another one. with the technology we have today, Especially how big and better. You can plant and harvest 20 times faster than then. You see I came up when there wasn't nothing but Mules . TRY farming with just mules and see how much you can get done in a sunup to sundown day. Then you will surely appreciate the technology that we have today. Fast and Big. From a half a row to a 90 foot wide header on a combine. To a cotton picker that picks the cotton and round bale it and rap it with plastic and puts it on the ground ready to be picked up and carried to gin for ginning .

                              • Shane Bassen
                                Shane Bassen  2 months back

                                I can’t even count the times something like that has happened. The only thing you can do is grab the jacks, some wrenches, and a couple of spot lights and go to it. The fact that no one was injured is the important part. There are lots full of combines.

                                • Austin Miller
                                  Austin Miller  2 months back

                                  Keep up hard wo

                                  • Roy Beam
                                    Roy Beam  2 months back

                                    When it's crunch time....jaundice deere will always let you down

                                    • Gerald Penn
                                      Gerald Penn  2 months back

                                      Need to put a scanner on it and find the fault code. I keep getting an Id10t on my truck

                                      • donnaandrob123
                                        donnaandrob123  2 months back

                                        Basic problem is the axle may look broken ! but a fatigue in bolts "U" bolts what ever is maybe the issue. Being from the UK can also say following your farm and subscribed, love what you's guy's do and are up against along the way. But something is always going to become against your side, Damage and cost is stupid considering the bolts alone only cost coppers $$$, being a commercial mechanic over they years on Trucks and busses, maybe it best to keep older equip on what we called a TRIA annual, every three years strip the beast down and other machinery as much as you can and get rid of these unfortunate happenings that would cost you a days work and expenses from them John Deere guy's. Air bags and springs bolts and nuts were exchanged and replaced as ness to keep old and loved machinery going. PS: love all the vids and the latest with Welker was also a great vid from both sides, watched them both and wish you all the very best with future harvests. Between you and Welker are the only Farmers in op I actually watch. Nice job guy's

                                        • Randall Byrd
                                          Randall Byrd  2 months back

                                          You guys are awesome TY for sharing

                                          • GooseMan
                                            GooseMan  3 months back

                                            That is something else, I farm 320 acres in Ontario and I am amazed on what you do and remaining calm for the most part . Great for you and good luck

                                            • jonny5777
                                              jonny5777  3 months back

                                              You've gained almost 300,000 subs in a year! That's incredible and totally deserved. I was wondering how many acres or hectares you guys actually have? And is there a video you've done on 'farming for dummies'? That would be useful for me

                                              • travis peters
                                                travis peters  3 months back

                                                Do you have snap chat

                                                • Mr, Private
                                                  Mr, Private  3 months back

                                                  Should have bought a.......Case.... joking

                                                  • Mr, Private
                                                    Mr, Private  3 months back

                                                    Is John Deere a fix or repair daily......lol

                                                    • Kevin Fairgrieve
                                                      Kevin Fairgrieve  4 months back

                                                      I remember back in the day, we ran 7720. In three different instances managed to break each of the final drives. Than one evening our hired man was pulling out of a field cranked the wheel sharp and dropped the rear axle off a 5 foot culvert snapping it in two in the middle of the road. That was a long night getting that out of the road.

                                                      • Stephen M
                                                        Stephen M  4 months back

                                                        How good do the two boards work for closing the end of the bag? I was thinking of using one board and just rolling it up vs what we do now (grab end of bag and twist) but that looks even better. Might have to steal that idea :) ALSO, do you do the same thing on the other end of the bag or just twist and tuck the start end? I have been considering doing the board(s) on the start end as well but was concerned about it holding together. EDIT - Found the unloading video, yes you guys do use boards for the start. Thats a very good setup, i'm going to start doing that for sure now! :)

                                                        • Joe Vreeland
                                                          Joe Vreeland  4 months back

                                                          I am seriously underwhelmed by Green any more and ha e unloaded myself from all their gear by now with the exception of two of their riding lawn mowers.
                                                          I've gone completely over to Case/IH and the "ownability" factor is reason #1.
                                                          But c'mon!
                                                          Breaking the spindle bolts is wrong on all levels.
                                                          Bad metallurgy?
                                                          Chinese steel?
                                                          Undersized?
                                                          Bad engineering?

                                                          Bad John Deere! More than likely.....

                                                          • Bert Hagen
                                                            Bert Hagen  4 months back

                                                            That jd mechanic knew his trade.

                                                            • Anthony M
                                                              Anthony M  5 months back

                                                              Great save on the combine Midwest

                                                              • Patrick Watters
                                                                Patrick Watters  5 months back

                                                                Hats off to the John Deere guys, major task.

                                                                • RM
                                                                  RM  5 months back

                                                                  Best thing about owning your own farm .... you get to pick which 160 hours a week you want to work.

                                                                  • stan giles
                                                                    stan giles  5 months back

                                                                    $8000 normally , I would double that for John Deere , add on emergency call out , and add in a bunch of money for warranty , and managers boat payment

                                                                    • Kris P. Bacon
                                                                      Kris P. Bacon  5 months back

                                                                      No offense to Deere but their shit breaks a lot. Have u noticed?

                                                                      • Kris P. Bacon
                                                                        Kris P. Bacon  5 months back

                                                                        An axle snapping is never good.

                                                                        • gary meschede
                                                                          gary meschede  5 months back

                                                                          Just started watching your channel a few weeks ago. I think everyone who eats should watch your channel and try to understand the troubles you and your family goes through on a daily basis to feed this country. God bless y’all and thank you from the bottom of my heart.

                                                                          • paul sanders
                                                                            paul sanders  5 months back

                                                                            thats farming

                                                                            • Mike Bonge
                                                                              Mike Bonge  5 months back

                                                                              Great video. I would never guess axle bolts breaking. Just like working on a drilling rig

                                                                              • 1HeartwoodSurgeon
                                                                                1HeartwoodSurgeon  5 months back

                                                                                Looks like this is the sensor that lets you know when the axle falls off. 😆

                                                                                • Gooseworks Labs
                                                                                  Gooseworks Labs  5 months back

                                                                                  I wonder if people know that not too bad was a 20k repair bill?

                                                                                  • Gooseworks Labs
                                                                                    Gooseworks Labs  5 months back

                                                                                    @NC DOZER I mean seriously, it doesnt look like a lot but with that body panel, the two mobile crane units, and everything else id say to repair that completely is about a 20k repair bill. I work for a John Deere Dealer :p

                                                                                  • NC DOZER
                                                                                    NC DOZER  5 months back

                                                                                    Gooseworks Labs haha

                                                                                • MrBusDrivr
                                                                                  MrBusDrivr  5 months back

                                                                                  With your channel's initials being "MF", one would think that you'd have at least a couple of nice Massey-Fergusons! :)

                                                                                  • steve timleck
                                                                                    steve timleck  5 months back

                                                                                    I really enjoy your channel, I'm a canadian city boy and find it very interesting. It it safe to assume year round farming is much more profitable?

                                                                                    • Butch P
                                                                                      Butch P  5 months back

                                                                                      I miss farmers. Lot of great memories from childhood and our small family farms in SD and MN. Some of the most wonderful, down to earth people in the world.

                                                                                      • 2007dalin
                                                                                        2007dalin  5 months back

                                                                                        axles breaking is a common john deere problem.. never understood how they can build thier machines so shitty and still be popular

                                                                                        • Chad Justice
                                                                                          Chad Justice  5 months back

                                                                                          So shitty? I don't know how common a problem it is but in Ohio there are a bunch of these machines around that's never happened to single one. Deere has been know for it's longevity for a long time and that still holds true today. Seen way more problems with red because around me no one runs really anything else.

                                                                                      • attovishnu
                                                                                        attovishnu  5 months back

                                                                                        Nothing runs like a Deere caught in a barbwire fence, LOL.

                                                                                        • Randall Midgley
                                                                                          Randall Midgley  5 months back

                                                                                          All the snow, mud machinery, you need a DRY sense of humor. Or very good meds?