Interesting things on you tube

Ptk44

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One thing strikes me about the likes of millennial farmer and Larson farms etc on you tube is the size of their “shops” as they call them or workshops. They are massive, all tooled up amd immaculate. Incredible set ups.
Andy in farming and fixing and fabrication does some amount of work in their shop but his set up is not like an operating theatre unlike the earlier mentioned ones.
 

scoffcruddle

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One thing strikes me about the likes of millennial farmer and Larson farms etc on you tube is the size of their “shops” as they call them or workshops. They are massive, all tooled up amd immaculate. Incredible set ups.
Andy in farming and fixing and fabrication does some amount of work in their shop but his set up is not like an operating theatre unlike the earlier mentioned ones.
Andy Hourighan actually does the mending,do the others use theirs?

A local lad has a heated workshop and tractor shed,he wouldn’t know one end of a spanner from a screwdriver.🙄
 

Ptk44

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Andy Hourighan actually does the mending,do the others use theirs?

A local lad has a heated workshop and tractor shed,he wouldn’t know one end of a spanner from a screwdriver.🙄
Good point and I wondered the same myself. I’d say you could smell the work going on in Andy’s workshop whereas the others just have the look of a display cabinet or the workshop equivalent of brown thomas.
 

declanc304

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Min till Maize,I’d have thought it wouldn’t like the compaction?


He’s mostly run a couple of terra discs in front of the Maize drills,there some tool.

Any maize crops i was around in d states was all no till. Very sandy soil hard to work with i know farmers that no till rye in for winter to try retain moisture and stop ground blowing away. Some plant into standing rye and then burn off d rye same day
 
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