I Accidentally Saved The Farm $40,000

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  • Published on:  Monday, December 9, 2019
  • Harvest is wrapping up on Cornstar Farms. The video starts with bin fans being shut off, filling diesel tanks, and checking on augers in the big machine shed. After heading to the main heated shop with the 1995 Dodge 3500 Laramie dually, we filled the 2001 Case IH 2388 combine with diesel fuel, cleaned the windows, and greased it.

    After cold starting the 1981 John Deere 4840 and the 1991 Case IH 7140, I brought the case over to the main farm to fix a plugged auger. In the mean time, Cooper and Chuck got started combining. Once I got the auger unplugged, I ran out to the field to join Chuck and Cooper. When I was waiting for the combine to fill up, I got out to inspect the job the combine was doing and evaluated if we should change settings on the combine.

    After lunch, Cooper was having some power issues with the combine. We were not sure if a fuel filter was plugged, if the rotor was plugged, or if the air filter needed replacing. We tried cleaning out the rotor first. Although cleaning the rotor helped, it did not solve the issue. We ended up changing fuel filters.

    After combining for a few hours, I decided to talk about what I think about while I am in a field. One of those things is how I can improve a farm. I highlight a few things I would improve about the farm we are currently on and about how we implemented no-till corn on corn into our operation and plan on continuing to do so in the future. I discuss how we plan to manage residue and the things we are doing in our operation right now for no-till corn on corn to excel.

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    Cole The Cornstar, aka Cole, is a 4th generation family farmer from Central Iowa who is the life force behind his family’s 1,700 acre farm. Cole promotes agriculture by filming his day-to-day adventures with his Dad (Daddy Cornstar) and brother (Cooper) on the farm. With a lot of help from Daddy Cornstar, Cole instills humor and education into his videos fit for both young adults and adults. Despite being 22-years old, Cole has an old-fashion work ethic with an innovative approach toward agricultural technology and practices. Cole's mission is to prove the American Dream is not dead and be a megaphone for agricultural education and innovation, from technological advances in farming equipment to conservation practices.

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  • Jan Coldwater

    Jan Coldwater

     52 minutes ago

    Wow! I would love to permaculture the shit out of that land! ITS HUGE!

  • Ryan Edwardson

    Ryan Edwardson

     3 hours ago

    Wheel hopping is a great way to snap axles. Just saying.

  • Lemon Lover

    Lemon Lover

     yesterday

    Sounds like you know your stuff

  • Frank Van Den Dool

    Frank Van Den Dool

     2 days ago

    why not work the stocks into the ground to "force" the nutrients in?

  • Wesley Simons

    Wesley Simons

     3 days ago

    wack that corn off if that is you like dont let it com on you

  • Michael Smith

    Michael Smith

     3 days ago

    Nitrogen fixers, plant them during the winter then you don't have to do crop rotation saving more money!

  • NinetiesChild 91

    NinetiesChild 91

     4 days ago

    You look like such a twat in them shades.

  • Carbajal Morales

    Carbajal Morales

     5 days ago

    Cute Boy 😍

  • S. Pursell

    S. Pursell

     5 days ago

    Those sieves were plugged tighter than a Nun's knickers. Lol

  • Zephairein

    Zephairein

     5 days ago

    You'd think these tractors are going to be outfitted with AI before long

  • TRICK-OR TREAT

    TRICK-OR TREAT

     6 days ago

    I ACCIDENTALLY BOUGHT THE FARM - $400,000.

  • Gerald Miller

    Gerald Miller

     7 days ago

    Ergonomic creepers are much easier on the back.

  • Wayne Blake

    Wayne Blake

     7 days ago

    Where’s your girlfriend at.?

  • Bearbw

    Bearbw

     7 days ago

    I don't know how I got here but I'm liking it so far. Makes me miss the midwest

  • Kris Bower

    Kris Bower

     7 days ago

    ...and did you study agriculture somewhere?

  • Kris Bower

    Kris Bower

     7 days ago

    Cole, fairly new to your channel. How many acres do you guys have / farm?

  • Bill Bear

    Bill Bear

     7 days ago

    30 inch rows? Come on man come on up to MN I'll show you how to raise corn!

  • Bacon Bacon

    Bacon Bacon

     7 days ago

    It's a case that's why

  • noshoes

    noshoes

     7 days ago

    Great education on farming Cole. Thanks for taking the time to explain!

  • theman123420

    theman123420

     7 days ago

    Your gonna go far young fella