Combine Catastrophe! TTWT Fired!

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  • Published on:  Sunday, December 8, 2019
  • Harvest is still happening on the Marks Family Farm. Tractor Time with Tim went to help but ended up getting the Deere 9770 STS in a precarious situation. They planted in the mud and now are harvesting in the mud.

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  • Source: https://youtu.be/S9O5PYb2Uw4

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  • Shauna Dubuque

    Shauna Dubuque

     1 months ago +30

    Kind of down these last weeks with the worst harvest conditions my family has seen in many years in North Dakota. Watched tonight's news and heard estimates 60% of corn still left in the fields. Then this video popped up. The verse at the end reminded me that He is there to pick us up when we r down. Also reminded me, all of us have been in rough conditions this year and, I am guessing, most getting stuck in the mud. I sunk the grain cart an unprecedented 6 times during soybeans, cart combine and semi all stuck in one day, carts sliding backwards down frozen hills and cold weather repairs. But we get up again the next day and love what we do. God's blessings and peace to all of you out there in fields. Thanks for making me smile and knowing I am not alone, tractor tim!

  • Will S.

    Will S.

     4 days ago

    Up in Alberta, a good portion of our crops got buried in snow. Last year Id say 2 thirds of people didnt get the crop off, and now this year about half didnt get the crop off. And the year before that the fields were to muddy to take any equipment in until late may iirc. Hoping 2020 is gonna be a lot kinder to our farmers, they need the break

  • Daniel Bond

    Daniel Bond

     7 days ago

    This looks like a Presidential firing.

  • Raynus 1

    Raynus 1

     7 days ago

    Ooh! Jeep CJ @7:57

  • Ess666

    Ess666

     7 days ago

    you needed chocks under the tyres thats all

  • Doomtrigger

    Doomtrigger

     7 days ago

    So at the start he got bullied?

  • jenbill1602

    jenbill1602

     7 days ago

    Could of unhooked the grain cart and with the help of that front loader just sitting there seems wouldn't of been no problem getting out with the power of both tractors and the harvester all pulling together, maybe I missed something but would of been my first option.

  • korky7775

    korky7775

     7 days ago

    I'm from the UK and we deal with mud almost year round ...

  • Bob Richey

    Bob Richey

     7 days ago

    I'm a first time visitor and probably a last time visitor. I watched until you ran the stop sign, and went to the comments to see how you handled it. Seems to me you didn't.

  • Samuel lépine

    Samuel lépine

     7 days ago

    hahaha plant-spray-harvest such a deficient way to do agriculture!!

  • Chunky Munkey

    Chunky Munkey

     7 days ago +1

    Makes me appreciate farmers alot more. Until i played Farming Simulater i didnt realize how much there was to learn about farming. I did put bales of hay onto a truck when i was younger but wasnt my kinda work. Makes me realize how much some people take for granted the food we eat (i myself included). Just a big thank you to all the farmers out there for all your hard work. :)

  • Lord of the Wood

    Lord of the Wood

     7 days ago

    Combines aren't dangerous, are they?

  • M P

    M P

     7 days ago +1

    I've seen worse. We got the combine stuck in silt and tried to pull it out backwards and managed to pull the entire rear axle off the combine. You can really damage the hydrostat on the combine by pulling it. Sometimes it better to just get a wrecker and use his large winch.

  • Bobby Spurlock

    Bobby Spurlock

     14 days ago

    Does this ole boy remind anyone of Donnie Baker? Just a little bit?

  • Bobby Spurlock

    Bobby Spurlock

     14 days ago

    Howdy neighbor. Not too far from you here DuQuoin. Should have taken the camera on in the cafe. Nothing to be embarrassed about. The waitress was probably the only one in there with a real job. Seeing how it is Illinois I would have sent the footage to Americas most wanted and possibly gotten a reward. That would probably make Thanksgiving awkward considering the shallow gene pool in Illinois. The odds are the ones of us left are all related. Whether we know it or not. Only a test or Grandma could tell. Farming and fooling around is about all that is left. This is not a personal attack on anyone. Just really bitter with the whole damn state. If you ever need a hand neighbor, just holler. I'll help anyway I can.

  • Michael Free

    Michael Free

     14 days ago

    Mud happens.

  • Brodaqult

    Brodaqult

     14 days ago

    I don't know farming stuff, I come from a trucking background.
    I saw a tractor sitting idle in the background that could have been daisy chained on the front of the main puller. May have made the pull easier.
    You see the heavy hauls that have more than one front puller a lot of times.
    Glad you got it out in the end though 🙂

  • Jeff Greene

    Jeff Greene

     14 days ago

    Thanks for being honest!!!

  • Snap-off

    Snap-off

     14 days ago

    "when the ox is in the mire".

  • pizzafrenzyman

    pizzafrenzyman

     14 days ago +1

    that never happens in Farming Simulator 19