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Field Trip!! TILE PLOWING with Master Pipe Layer Randy, my Off The Husk Co Host. I also help Randy clean his contacts.
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  • le boss est dans la cabine !

    clément huppéclément huppé5 päivää sitten
  • Did he really just unplug their gps base station while they were working? Or am I missing something

    rami londonrami london5 päivää sitten
    • That was just for surveying fields. The base station was up by the road on a tripod

      Millennial FarmerMillennial Farmer5 päivää sitten
  • Bring the boy...homeschool education = learning " working words"!!!!!!!!

    Patrick BachmanPatrick Bachman7 päivää sitten
  • Randy could get the big rocks out of your fields.

    Cliff WilkinsonCliff Wilkinson7 päivää sitten
  • Ooooooo Shop Envy is a thing!

    Randy PepplerRandy Peppler14 päivää sitten
  • Love the tractor nuts hanging there lol

    Dan WilsonDan Wilson16 päivää sitten
  • So you got to use that 620 quad track and you also download that 9620 RX John Deere. Which one did you like better overall??

    Derek CullinDerek Cullin16 päivää sitten
  • Thanks for being that 'weird guy walking around with a camera'. That was SO cool to watch!

    Level-Up LearningLevel-Up Learning17 päivää sitten
  • Hey Zach , Whats the chance of seeing were the pipe ends up and the volume its shifting from the fields, 🎈

    Mark G WillettMark G Willett17 päivää sitten
  • Why is it called tiling?

    Ruthann JonesRuthann Jones20 päivää sitten
  • 3 feet? What a waste of time and money

    suzukisuxsuzukisux24 päivää sitten
    • 😂😂 it's probably the single best return on investment on any farm in our area, but ok.

      Millennial FarmerMillennial Farmer23 päivää sitten
  • How many feet of drain tile did you plow that day? I bet if you pressure washed that rock it would be a piece of granite from the Canadian Shield!

    Charles WardCharles Ward27 päivää sitten
  • wd 40 sucks..... it's just varsol

    Bill RockBill Rock28 päivää sitten

    Terry LarkinTerry Larkin28 päivää sitten
  • This really amazing and how about the WD 40 that's amazing also (plug)

    Terry LarkinTerry Larkin28 päivää sitten
  • There might be Gold under that rock or check it for old Viking inscriptions like the Kensington Ruin Stone. SPELLING? Alway check those rocks you might be rich.

    Terry LarkinTerry Larkin28 päivää sitten

    Terry LarkinTerry Larkin28 päivää sitten
  • Good Ole Sarah Palin add she's a hottie still would of been a great BP

    Terry LarkinTerry Larkin28 päivää sitten
  • Awesome Go Pro positions

    Terry LarkinTerry Larkin28 päivää sitten
  • WD40 ?!? ... try Ballistol (since 116yrs (1904)) and see for yourself. ballistol.com/longevity/ . in my workshop we switched. marry X-Mas and happy new year.

    Aletheia BlindfoldedAletheia BlindfoldedUukausi sitten
  • With all the drainage tiles connected, do they drain into a common pond or a creek or river? Can the water with the high nutrient content be reapplied to the farm so the nutrients are not wasted?

    Donald DuckDonald DuckUukausi sitten
  • Make sure you located all them natural gas and product lines we need only safe jobs done you cover lots of ground know what's below

    OliverDudeOliverDudeUukausi sitten
  • What is the point of Tile Plowing again?

    CatWith ABatCatWith ABatUukausi sitten
  • Did anyone notice the truck nuts weight on that tile plow😳😏😆 And that’s not a rock that’s a big ass boulder

    Jolly GoodbeardJolly GoodbeardUukausi sitten
  • What a great educator you are. I'm southern. We don't have dirt that color. Whaddya mean too much water? Guess that plow wouldn't work for a 14 acre corn field. Love the video and the kid.

    Annah KurtinAnnah KurtinUukausi sitten
  • “If it moves and it shouldn’t, duct tape. It if doesn’t and it should, WD40” The Jason Bourne of farming

    TheGoatTheGoatUukausi sitten
  • I ain’t going to miss the red leather smell XD

    Savage101 GamingSavage101 GamingUukausi sitten
  • I've been curious, is there a reason for the sleeper cabs vs day cabs?

    RestoMogRestoMogUukausi sitten
  • in 10,000 bc we discovered crops for food today we lay pipes to get rid of man made fertilizer. uuhm progress mans downfall putting plastic in the ground to make food,

    robb prattrobb prattUukausi sitten
    • @Millennial Farmer good point. I just grew up around farms and woodland. Now mostly residential the newer residents blame farmers for polluted water ways which I do not believe because say 1000 acres produce less pollution than a 1000 acres of housing. It the plastic thing that gets me is all.

      robb prattrobb pratt23 päivää sitten
    • Drain tile actually helps keep more nutrients within the soil. Why would farmers want to get rid of the nutrients?

      Millennial FarmerMillennial Farmer23 päivää sitten
    • If these are your takeaways from this video your comprehension is absolutely terrible.

      Dry Creek Cattle Co.Dry Creek Cattle Co.Uukausi sitten
  • How much do y’all get an hr for clearing land down there ?

    Gabe HackneyGabe HackneyUukausi sitten
  • I thought nitrates were negatively charged. NO3-

    Fireball 465Fireball 465Uukausi sitten
    • Nitrates are, that's correct. Most other nutrients are stable within healthy soil, including N when it isn't in the ammonia form.

      Millennial FarmerMillennial Farmer23 päivää sitten
  • How are you going to miss a RED tractor?

    Nikolai TownsendNikolai TownsendUukausi sitten
  • What brand of Tile Plow and what is the software system that they are using to make a tile plowing prescription?

    Alexander KubikAlexander KubikUukausi sitten
  • Awesome! I wonder who hung a “pair” on the chain off the back of the plow? Well deserved in my book!

    Vern LesmeisterVern LesmeisterUukausi sitten
  • smart crew, they all own chevys

    TheWhatman21TheWhatman21Uukausi sitten
  • those balls must be freezing

    GWGWUukausi sitten
  • Thats hard to believe that the corrugated pipe doesn't collapse your the depth of the soil. I have always hear of drain tile. Never would have believed.

    Brian AndersonBrian AndersonUukausi sitten
  • All that perforated pipe install is good for is a tax writeoff.

    Corey CrippsCorey CrippsUukausi sitten
    • That and a massive increase in yield, erosion control, and better water infiltration.

      Millennial FarmerMillennial Farmer23 päivää sitten
  • What's that red thing????

    stinkyj0stinkyj0Uukausi sitten
  • How do you minimize the compaction of the soil with such big machinery?

    Liam O' ConnorLiam O' ConnorUukausi sitten
  • I’d like to know what this farmer had to pay for all this work being done. Great vid

    justin spletzerjustin spletzerUukausi sitten
  • I wonder how the pipe knows when to stop taking water?

    Ross BrowningRoss BrowningUukausi sitten
    • When the soil profile reaches what the molecules and hold, it stops seeping to the pipes

      Millennial FarmerMillennial FarmerUukausi sitten
  • Did Randy remember to take the Oversize Load sign off before heading back to the shop?! lol

    Chris DartingChris DartingUukausi sitten
  • Heyyyy I am wrong Onyx just busted Dad for only wearing Uncle Eddie's hat only at Christmas emptying the pooper of his RV!!!!!!! I mean cutting down the Christmas tree!!!!!!!

    FreedomRock44FreedomRock44Uukausi sitten
  • Onyx is saying........Yeah......Ok dad!!!!!! Gosh! Leave me alone I just wanna play Minecraft!!!! Actually he looks to kind even to say anything back to dad.

    FreedomRock44FreedomRock44Uukausi sitten
  • I like it 👍😘

    Jatt lifeJatt lifeUukausi sitten
  • She sure was purdy!!

    Mark EldredMark EldredUukausi sitten
  • Zach, those are pebbles.... you should see the boulders we have in Western New York! I can send you some pictures.... of REAL rocks!

    Martin MillerMartin MillerUukausi sitten
  • Is that RED I see

    Cayden ArmentanoCayden ArmentanoUukausi sitten
  • Why do farmer’s call French drains, tiles?

    Chrissy Francis8Chrissy Francis8Uukausi sitten
  • Have u ever put 25 miles of til in 280 acreas we did in 1979

    Paul ElmPaul ElmUukausi sitten
  • this is a topic you might find interesting or maybe you're already there. fistream.info/work/videot/r7unqba0lpCa3HE

    Geoffrey KailGeoffrey KailUukausi sitten
  • so that contact cleaner stuff will that clean up some old corroded looking copper contacts?

    LKSimbalvrLKSimbalvrUukausi sitten
  • Hey zack what is the name of that camera system. You have or Securtiy system

    Legacy & Faith MinistriesLegacy & Faith MinistriesUukausi sitten
  • Nice!

    Toyz&GamingBoyzToyz&GamingBoyzUukausi sitten
  • Some nice Case equipment, was that an 1850 or 2050 dozer also curious about engine used in big crawler plow

    AL SPEERSAL SPEERSUukausi sitten
  • May not be the same model but this guy is building a working model of a tile machine. fistream.info/work/videot/g7OEbZHVg4bT33U

    David WickDavid WickUukausi sitten
  • www.fallline.com/ski-industry/hand-tools-harnesses/shovels/products/shovel-with-polyurethane-tip/

    Will SteedeWill SteedeUukausi sitten
  • 6:53 NUTS

    snowismassnowismasUukausi sitten
  • Love watching your videos. Grew up on poplar street in lowry.

    CraFTedCraFTedUukausi sitten
  • What's Randy doing with that YELLOW THING... In his shop. Can't believe you are friends with a New Holland owner. Lol

    Ryan SheaRyan SheaUukausi sitten
  • Great Vlog, Randy is such a great technician and artist. well done thanks

    Tony MckeageTony MckeageUukausi sitten
  • I love the videos 👍👍👍🚜🚜🚜

  • AND if it moves and it should not -- weld it --- lol

    archuka1archuka1Uukausi sitten
  • @ 3:02 the "My favorite Red Tactor" made me smile. (Alaskan coastal fisherman, metal boat builder, welder) was a cute skit of the " farmer tester's relation" to the machine.

    Kevin MorinKevin MorinUukausi sitten
  • then justbget it

    kmitchell911kmitchell911Uukausi sitten
  • Your product endorsements are extremely annoying.

    Robert BridgeRobert BridgeUukausi sitten
    • So are your stupid comments. You don’t pay anything to watch this channel. It’s free content. Zach deserves compensation wherever he can get it. Not like it took up half the video.

      Dry Creek Cattle Co.Dry Creek Cattle Co.Uukausi sitten
  • Must get great fuel mileage when you only have to snap your fingers to get there.

    truckermike1997truckermike1997Uukausi sitten
  • You Zach, and the Welkers are on my short list of tubers to watch so keep up the great work eh! Top notch editing too Becky but you're cuter than Zach on camera :p lol Any chance of upgrading them cameras to 4k? That'd be fantastic :D

    Redleprechaun97Redleprechaun97Uukausi sitten
  • Another very nice one Zach! Tile plowing, to enhance drainage of this parcel! Nice to see these advanced heavy duty and tracked machines steered via satellite receiver. It is nice to see how coherent they work and for example how the pipes got connected. Also nice to see how your land and soil looks like if you dig deeper. looks quite good isn't it. Great and thanks to you all 👍👌

    Cor GravelandCor GravelandUukausi sitten
  • Happy Thanksgiving

    james mayjames mayUukausi sitten
  • Randy needs a thumb on the excavator

    Michael HalterMichael HalterUukausi sitten
  • They use a lot of similar machines in the Netherlands when working the Polders for the same reasons. Due to the reclaimed nature of the Polder Lands the water board is quite high so to make for more loamy soil the drainage work is immense. Another FYI is one of the largest steam driven pump engines in the world was used for polder drainage.

    Colum PeelColum PeelUukausi sitten
  • Wow, do you have any control over the ads supporting your video? The second one was very graphic and whole I’m no prude, my grandson was with me when it came on and displaying an oral sex seen several times before I could stop it. Disappointed in utube (spelling) . Check the ad when your kids aren’t around. Sorry to bring this up but yikes, what a lesson he got.

    John SchaeferJohn SchaeferUukausi sitten
    • Ad subjects are usually specific to your recent search and viewing history. Tells me all I need to know about what you’ve been up too.

      Dry Creek Cattle Co.Dry Creek Cattle Co.Uukausi sitten
  • Seems to me, without fabric and aggregate backfill, the perforated pipe would clog overtime. I've performed reclamation for 20 years, without fabric at least, our drains clog in a matter of two or three rain events. I'm assuming the Inter Drain (machine) helps reduce sediment loads with may be a huge factor, or is the pipe not necessarily as much a drain, but rather, a collection basin for moisture?

    Jay CheekJay CheekUukausi sitten
  • The case is so 💩

    TvMobileYTTvMobileYTUukausi sitten
  • Now I know the real significance of "red leather yellow leather"

    Brett CarnabyBrett CarnabyUukausi sitten
  • Surprised no sock is used. Around here it would be all gummed up the minute it's in the ground with no sock or stone surrounding it.

    Hugh AlbrightHugh AlbrightUukausi sitten
  • here in Ireland I have never seen a rock that big

    patricia ryanpatricia ryanUukausi sitten
  • Thanks for the plug, we appreciate your marketing skills, and found your video entertaining and educational.. Sincerely WD-40

    Zeze AndjrZeze AndjrUukausi sitten
  • Awesome video. Looks like it’s getting cold in Minnesota already! As a winch hand seeing that cable hit the ground a few times definitely made me cringe lol

    Anthony AAnthony AUukausi sitten
  • they have a healthy price tag

    David GaylordDavid GaylordUukausi sitten
  • @6:55 did i see truck nutz hanging on the right side of the chute

    David GaylordDavid GaylordUukausi sitten
  • Zach, if farming don't work out, you could always be a Manufacturer's Rep for WD-40.

    Doyle HargravesDoyle HargravesUukausi sitten
  • why does not any excavators in america have rototilt? Here in sweden you cant find anyone without it!

    Henrick FernestedtHenrick FernestedtUukausi sitten
  • I saw a John Deere sensor on it I think you’ll like it

    Michelle HaywardMichelle HaywardUukausi sitten
  • what ethanol plant do u go to.

    Cody FroehlichCody FroehlichUukausi sitten
  • You’re doing a great job my name is Nader I’m from Maryland where are you guys from

    Nader KhalafNader KhalafUukausi sitten
  • I think y’all need a red tractor

    Brock JacksonBrock JacksonUukausi sitten
  • Come on mate give me a video, I’m an addict ! You could be patting the dogs and I’d watch ! How’s your dad’s dodger knee going ? Is onyx going is he over the COVID-19 ? Go hard mate you do a great job ! When are you going to buy another piece of awesome epuipment ? I love watching you get excited over machinery and how it works to your satisfaction ! I love watching your channel !!

    Patrick BennettsPatrick BennettsUukausi sitten
  • Hey zack can you make a video plz can you plz

    Chelsea SeveranceChelsea SeveranceUukausi sitten
  • Hope all is well. Only been a few days and I am missing your videos something awful!

    dennis bersuchdennis bersuchUukausi sitten
  • Well, those are the sort of rocks that would keep a you-drive-um-army-jeep-car from rolling off a cliff. fistream.info/work/videot/fduPsruSnn6crqM How often do those tiles have to be replaced. Soggy soil is not a problem where I live so I am unfamiliar with drain tiles. I also noticed that he had his balls and chain with him on the tile layer.

    Old Time Farm BoyOld Time Farm BoyUukausi sitten
  • Finally I understand how tiling fields works.

    Vivian GrantzVivian GrantzUukausi sitten
  • What does it cost per ft to plow and cost of pipe

    Robert ClarkeRobert ClarkeUukausi sitten
  • Had teacher tell me if I didn’t get edumacated id be digging ditches lol i love playing in dirt and it pays more then they make lol at one point i was operating a pc1800 komatsu prob cost 2-5 million dollars

    Boone BlackmonBoone BlackmonUukausi sitten
  • Do you know why it is WD 40. What is WD 40 STAND FOR

    Joshua TycerJoshua TycerUukausi sitten
  • Do you grow corn every year..no rotation at all? Here in the mid south (east Arkansas, west Tennessee, north Mississippi) very little, and I mean VERY little tile is installed. In fact, there is only one tile installation I know of and it is in west TN. Kind of a new start up operation. Do you have an field that lacks a place for the tile to empty into? I have a field with that problem. Maybe a big dry well?

    mustlovedogsmustlovedogsUukausi sitten
  • Guess there are rock crushers now that can pulverize these rocks.

    J Roger TrudelJ Roger TrudelUukausi sitten
  • Do they have ice pick tracks on them

    David ThurmondDavid ThurmondUukausi sitten