Laying Pipe with Master Pipe Layer Randy


Comments • 779

  • Scott Stantz
    Scott Stantz  4 months back

    I never knew there was so much to do and know about "tile" laying ( that's what she said!!!).... i thought you just put it in and that is it! thanks for educating us Mr Zack and letting all those nay sayers know that the water your letting loose isn't full of runoff its just extra water that is not needed! great work.

    • Steven Horne
      Steven Horne  4 months back

      Gen X'ers know what laying pipe is! You guys are to literal.

  • Tom Davison
    Tom Davison  16 hours back

    Must have to deal with the EPA to run that water.

    • Delwyn Everson
      Delwyn Everson  18 hours back

      Man those videos are dang goooood I wish you would number all your videos so I would know which ones IV watched

      • Hiren Patel
        Hiren Patel  1 days back

        Hoes, yes.

        • W D
          W D  3 days back

          HAHAHAHAHA That was awesome.

          • George Netroe
            George Netroe  4 days back

            Randy love the water cap on the Tile Plow
            Deltaville, Va

            • slick willie
              slick willie  5 days back

              Drain the wetlands

              • Richard M
                Richard M  6 days back

                Thank you for showing this video because I saw a farmer doing this to his land I was wondering what the farmer doing

                • Brandon Laumer
                  Brandon Laumer  6 days back

                  Why don't you just continue that pipe all the way down here to Texas. We could use that "extra" water.

                  • Making it Happend
                    Making it Happend  7 days back

                    This is probably the best invention when it comes to drainage.
                    I dug the drainage ditches by hand and we put in terracotta tubes.

                    • 918- 360-4947 918-360-4947

                      Get information about pop laying on a farm to take the water off the extra water on the field thank you very much for the information. Very interesting to me how that works I don't farm that I like to learn new things that are interesting to me like farming another things thank you again

                      • n1663r
                        n1663r  1 weeks back

                        Burying tons of plastic?.... Seems ecological.

                        • Eric Osterhout
                          Eric Osterhout  1 weeks back

                          how long does it normally take in a field like this for water to start flowing out the terminating exit hole? How long does it take to start running clear with no sediment from ground disturbance?

                          • casy casy
                            casy casy  1 weeks back

                            what keeps the dirt from plugging the 4 in pipe .french drains around houses have stone around the pipe.also what does a job like that cost

                            • Patrick Oconnell
                              Patrick Oconnell  2 weeks back

                              That's some job only question in Ireland we put stones down on pipe to help water drain down would clay not block pipe over time

                              • gunsaway1
                                gunsaway1  2 weeks back


                                • K J
                                  K J  2 weeks back

                                  Is that my. LMFAO

                                  • Glockspecific
                                    Glockspecific  2 weeks back

                                    Why would you have one with govt juice?

                                    • Dennis Perschbacher
                                      Dennis Perschbacher  2 weeks back

                                      Keep your day job Zack! A lot to know laying that drain pipe. Interesting.

                                      • August ICF - The Farmer Down South

                                        Awesome video! Will have to admit I never understood what tiling was and now that I have full disclosure. Makes a whole ton of “common sense.” Knowledge is power. Thanks for informing us with the truth.

                                        • David Vanmeter
                                          David Vanmeter  3 weeks back

                                          "Well, technically that's a hole!" freaking awesome!!

                                          • Ste Han
                                            Ste Han  4 weeks back

                                            Zach, I just watched your interview on "fake news CBS" about your farming environment and how you re-aligned the interviewer when she tried to take you down the "anti-Trump trail". I especially liked your answer to her (again) trying to take you down the anti-Trump path on many things, including tariffs and regulations. Farmers know their land better than anyone and they hold the land near and dear to their heart. I have farmer family members (4 generations), that has approximately 1000 acres of farm land here in Michigan and they have views that are the same as yours. Let me regulate my own land, I take what mother nature gives me and we'll make the best of it. Thanks, I'll keep watching!

                                            • Jason Bechler
                                              Jason Bechler  4 weeks back

                                              I actually make these pipes. Well the machines make them but I'm a coiler as they say. It's harder than it looks.

                                              • Matthew Thompson
                                                Matthew Thompson  2 months back

                                                3600 hrs lol. my forklift at work will roll over 10000 hrs this week.

                                                • Alex Veldhuis
                                                  Alex Veldhuis  2 months back

                                                  If you irrigate, you should drain too. Many people don't and end up in trouble with salinity issues.

                                                  • Samuel Montealegre
                                                    Samuel Montealegre  2 months back

                                                    About how much does it cost per acre and how long till you have to replace?

                                                  • LKSimbalvr
                                                    LKSimbalvr  2 months back

                                                    can you send the excess water here?

                                                    • Ozarks Farmer Hansen
                                                      Ozarks Farmer Hansen  3 months back

                                                      Its called the Land of a thousand Lakes for a reason. The water table in the State is high compared to other farm ground in the US except LA and the condensisy of the soil

                                                      • MR. Am
                                                        MR. Am  3 months back

                                                        So I'm not very educated on the tile drain situation. So how dose the access water get into the pipe? Dose the pipe have holes in it for the water to enter? Great video very educational thank you Zack.

                                                      • Paul Collins
                                                        Paul Collins  3 months back

                                                        Great video. Is the job finished when the plastic pipe is installed every 40 feet, or is the next part of the process to use a 'mole plow' every 6 feet at a shallower depth than the plastic pipe? If so do you have any video of the mole plow? Is that process as accurate as the tile process with GPS and depth control. Thank from England.

                                                      • Dennis Laughton
                                                        Dennis Laughton  3 months back

                                                        An ideal soil should be 25% air, roots and soil microbes have to breath. Another reason for tiling.

                                                        • mark allen
                                                          mark allen  3 months back

                                                          All this expense, work, planning will come to naught if you farmers don't get Trump out of office. Sorry boys but that is the awful truth.

                                                          • mark allen
                                                            mark allen  3 months back

                                                            China said they would stop all grain purchases from the U.S.. It'll take us years to regain their trust once trump is gone. You are a young man do you remember the grain embargo during President Carter years. Trump has no idea what he is doing. By his racist actions there will be fruits, vegetables, meat processing plants with no one to staff them or pick the product. The way to go is to reform the immigration situation not to punish, frighten, persecute, cage children, incite violence and killing due to the asylum seekers, refugees, immigrants skin color and country of origin.
                                                            Next time you are in church, pray that you see trump as he really is, not what he tells you he is.
                                                            Please read the book, "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump" by and compiled by Dr. Bandy Lee and 27 Mental Health Professionals and Care Givers. Their conclusion: Trump has Malignant Narcissism compounded with Sociopathic, Paranoid, Sadistic, Greedy, Racist mental, emotional, defects that is a SEVERE DANGER to the U.S. and the World as a whole. That book is non-political and non-partisan.
                                                            Trump has turn on our fellow farmers and you know it. Unless you're racist too.

                                                          • Millennial Farmer
                                                            Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                            You think Trump will end U.S. farming?

                                                        • mark allen
                                                          mark allen  3 months back

                                                          The bounce you are talking about is called "Optimal moisture content." To explain it simply, if you take a hand full of soil, add water, you can compact it more and more until the soil is saturated, and the water acts like a lubricant, thus the water rises or moves along the near surface water table when to much water is added. Having clay as a sub-base will act as a seal so the water will not seep below the clay strata. As we all know clay particles are shaped like plates, which makes clay so slippery when water gets in between the clay particles. When clay is dry and compacted it is hard as a rock.
                                                          I was a civil engineering soils, concrete tech that measured soil compaction, proctor tests, air in concrete, slump tests, air content in concrete etc. If I am wrong in my memory concerning soil saturation I would greatly appreciate any comments, insults, information etc. M

                                                          • bullsnutsoz
                                                            bullsnutsoz  3 months back

                                                            Oh just love American mechanization..Always leading..keep it up boys!

                                                            • NotNothing
                                                              NotNothing  3 months back

                                                              The farmer did the same thing on my field but got rid of my childhood pond and forest

                                                              • Millennial Farmer
                                                                Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                                We cannot legally drain ponds and it sounds like he clearly owned that 'pond', so nobody else really has a right to tell him what to do with his field.

                                                            • Susan McCloud
                                                              Susan McCloud  3 months back

                                                              Didn’t realize how big the roll of pipe was until the worker stood next to it! You didn’t show a close up of the pipe but I am assuming there are tiny holes in it to drain the water?

                                                            • holmikehol
                                                              holmikehol  3 months back

                                                              its a cheaper pipe, no protection around the pipe. I prefer pipe with protection filter. Over the year a lot of sand will get in.

                                                              • Master Pipe Layer
                                                                Master Pipe Layer  3 months back

                                                                We use sock in sandy soils. Most of the ground we work on is clay so no need for sock.

                                                              • Millennial Farmer
                                                                Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                                These pipes will go 50-70 years without an issue. Nobody uses socks on their pipes here. We don't have sand and the socks really kill the efficiency of the pipe.

                                                            • Cynthia Clampitt
                                                              Cynthia Clampitt  3 months back

                                                              Truly impressive. Knowing that tile is used is a lot different from seeing it in action. Thanks.

                                                              • Richard Tickle
                                                                Richard Tickle  4 months back

                                                                I'm a master pipe layer too.... I'm a union pipeliner and I run a side boom mostly and occasionally a hoe.

                                                                • uncle Chris
                                                                  uncle Chris  4 months back

                                                                  Well that's a hole

                                                                  • csx5945
                                                                    csx5945  4 months back

                                                                    hoes mad

                                                                    • Matte
                                                                      Matte  4 months back

                                                                      i was trying to find master of puppets but this works

                                                                    • Garret Lux
                                                                      Garret Lux  4 months back

                                                                      Great stuff my guy!

                                                                      • Jeremiah Wilkins
                                                                        Jeremiah Wilkins  4 months back

                                                                        Great video! You might have mentioned it, but how do they close the trenches back up when the project is done?

                                                                        • Millennial Farmer
                                                                          Millennial Farmer   3 months back

                                                                          Their really isnt a lot of spoilage left behind the tile plow. Usually a light tillage pass or 2 will level it off again

                                                                      • Joel
                                                                        Joel  4 months back

                                                                        No trench boxes, no thanks.

                                                                        • Master Pipe Layer
                                                                          Master Pipe Layer  3 months back

                                                                          Joel S The start holes are only 3-4’ deep that the guys work in.

                                                                      • Chris Fastrak Davies
                                                                        Chris Fastrak Davies  4 months back

                                                                        There's a decent Tractor on your video for change lol?

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                                                                          • Little Smoky Country.
                                                                            Little Smoky Country.  4 months back

                                                                            Randy dies from the water. Good little skit. Love the Tom foolery.