Early Harvest Problems-BUT RAIN AIN'T ONE

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  • Published on Oct 19, 2019
  • There's always a few early harvest problems that need to be ironed out before we hit it hard. We're finally in the field and hope to rolling in full force tomorrow. #harvest19
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Comments • 721

  • Robert Tribby
    Robert Tribby 20 hours ago

    Zach, here's a product that would serve you well. I've been using it for years. I WORKS. With all of the connectors you deal with, I think it would be beneficial to you. caig.com/deoxit-d-series/

  • RealtreeRebel Forever
    RealtreeRebel Forever 14 days ago

    I’ve never got to see a combine up close, but couldn’t you put some kind of wired or wireless camera near the header connection to see better when you’re putting it on?

  • Andrew Miller
    Andrew Miller 15 days ago

    Not a farmer. Currently a pilot used to be a trucker. Made some farm pick ups. Even in MN. Have always wanted to run a tractor and harvester

  • larb400
    larb400 15 days ago

    That’s hilarious I spit my drink out

  • goforkev
    goforkev 15 days ago

    I’m not a farmer. I started watching Cole the cornstar then found your channel. I enjoy watching both your channels mainly because I appreciate hard work. I am fond of what you do for a living and you should be proud of what you do. It’s not easy work but it is needed work. Great stuff keep it up.

  • Dakotas
    Dakotas 16 days ago +1

    So he’s not working for you?

  • Hume Farms
    Hume Farms 17 days ago

    Leg Arm's is just like: nah man, nah

  • Robert Richter
    Robert Richter 17 days ago

    Retired Chicago FF. Never farmed but find farming very interesting. Especially your You Tube videos.

  • Michael Shedd
    Michael Shedd 18 days ago

    Made it to the end. I’m not a farmer, I watch your videos because you make great content. Plus farming is something I would like to do if given the chance.

  • Awenda
    Awenda 18 days ago

    I do miss the farm!

  • christopher lind
    christopher lind 18 days ago

    Great video

  • Maurice Cahill
    Maurice Cahill 18 days ago

    Legarms…….ya Legend!!!!!
    Tough sheet Zach lol!!! Pmsl "Is this MR ARMS??

  • Kaur
    Kaur 18 days ago

    Get yourself a gearkeeper for the mic on the cb radio. They are a lifebreaker

  • Angryfarmergamer21
    Angryfarmergamer21 18 days ago

    No,, usually soyboeans do not pick up moisture in the night, unless it's already raining. The best beans are when it's at night.

  • Tim Chap
    Tim Chap 19 days ago

    1

  • Ti Ted
    Ti Ted 19 days ago

    Missing Person: Leg Arms plz return to Shelby mt if found

  • Gwlyddyn
    Gwlyddyn 19 days ago

    Legarms!

  • James Pollitt
    James Pollitt 19 days ago

    #FindLegArms

  • Rod K.
    Rod K. 19 days ago

    I didn't a GM product could do that....... #whatsthat

  • Dhiraj Kinhekar
    Dhiraj Kinhekar 19 days ago

    I am from India

  • Tracey King
    Tracey King 19 days ago

    New combine and your using that old thing

  • Gary Manske
    Gary Manske 19 days ago

    Nice AgCam, Bro!

  • Primitive Agriculture
    Primitive Agriculture 19 days ago +1

    Your work is wonderful. The place I live in works very hard.

  • The Dude
    The Dude 20 days ago +1

    Millennial Farmer: so, you wanna run it?
    Leg Arms: AW HELL NAW!

  • spyder 4351
    spyder 4351 20 days ago

    Lets see a hunting video with the boy

  • Jay
    Jay 20 days ago

    Is master pipe layer owner or owners son of the operation he’s on?

  • Mark Kirkman
    Mark Kirkman 20 days ago

    Field dry from 20 to 16 in 4 hours??? Must blow all your moisture our way, 4 days to let them dry here in Michigan

  • Brad H
    Brad H 20 days ago

    That opening was greatness!! LOL

  • TruckerCJ video photography show

    are you going to be doing daily harvest vids like last year

  • Jonathan Coker
    Jonathan Coker 20 days ago

    Hey Zach! I want to say you’ve really inspired me to start growing my own crops and given me a lot of advice with your videos. Keep up the hard work!

  • Travis Tharp
    Travis Tharp 20 days ago

    I’m trying to find your farm on google maps is there a way you could tell me without telling everyone?

  • Taylor Ty
    Taylor Ty 20 days ago

    Don’t blame leg arms, love the vid, take care and god bless

  • Ashurii
    Ashurii 20 days ago

    I am not a farmer, but I find farming interesting, and your channel is fascinating. I like the style of video's that you do, you have a good sense of humor as well.

  • bailey greenwood
    bailey greenwood 20 days ago

    Any merchyet

  • Glenn Gaul
    Glenn Gaul 20 days ago

    I should say that 16.6 % was on corn. Beans where all 13% and below, very dry

  • Glenn Gaul
    Glenn Gaul 20 days ago

    18%! We had 16.6% on Saturday

  • Keydan Asefa
    Keydan Asefa 20 days ago

    When is the next episode

  • Johnathan Agin
    Johnathan Agin 20 days ago

    Harvest 19 is officially over for us in central Ohio

  • Kevin Christiansen
    Kevin Christiansen 20 days ago +1

    Great video good luck harvesting

  • barry mueller
    barry mueller 20 days ago

    Hey, Welker has cool music to his RUclip video's, and his drone footage is fantastic...... just sayin.... But your sense of humor is better than both of those. Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.... MF...

  • Charles Beauregard
    Charles Beauregard 20 days ago

    Mr. Arms ahahahahahahahahahn

  • Cade Yount
    Cade Yount 21 day ago

    What about the new combine

  • Aaron Tranel
    Aaron Tranel 21 day ago

    We had a few pieces of equipment stuck this year. Check it out on my channel!

  • Jamie witzel
    Jamie witzel 21 day ago

    I seen them climbing in the blind the other day..... Seemed like a odd place to sit, should set up closer to one of the trees. Hopefully he had some luck.

  • jess de haan
    jess de haan 21 day ago +1

    if it ain't red it stays in the shed.

  • jess de haan
    jess de haan 21 day ago +1

    Zack, did you have a John Deere 9330?

  • Chris Wubs
    Chris Wubs 21 day ago

    Hey Zack, is there a video coming where you answer the questions we asked you under the videos about the history of your farm? I remember that you said in the second video that there would come one.

  • smcox1991
    smcox1991 21 day ago

    You scared off poor leg arms with all that green equipment 😂🤣

  • George Brassington
    George Brassington 21 day ago

    Send the rain over here to Australia please

  • derek mclean
    derek mclean 21 day ago

    Bring mr arms back

  • DL541
    DL541 21 day ago +1

    Farms efficiently with John Deere but drives Chevies... what a Millennial...

  • Jared
    Jared 21 day ago

    1-800-Green Pods

  • Bill Whitman
    Bill Whitman 21 day ago

    I am wondering if you're going to use the finger paddles? I get the wind system will help but the more I thought about the paddles the more it made sense.

  • Dan Finley
    Dan Finley 21 day ago

    Good stuff working out the bugs

  • Carter Reichert
    Carter Reichert 21 day ago

    why arnt you useing the one with tracks.Nothihg runs like a deere

  • Lucas Mohn
    Lucas Mohn 21 day ago

    How come you didn’t use the S series? And also if the problem was on your combine did it still go under warranty?

  • Sherwood330
    Sherwood330 21 day ago

    I sure your enjoy when your dad is in the videos. It just has to be awesome working side by side with him. Take care!

  • Keith Broadbent
    Keith Broadbent 21 day ago

    wheres the s790 zack

  • beau hollinshead
    beau hollinshead 21 day ago

    Nick Welker is glad leg arms is gone he said keep him 😂

  • Ben Bauerle
    Ben Bauerle 21 day ago

    I hope you never have to use that cable kit you installed. I hade to use it on Friday night and in my opinion its junk it pulled the front of the combine down deeper into the mud and pulled the back of the ground about six feet had a 600 case quad track struggling to pull out a 9650sts jd