302 Bushels Per Acre

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  • Published on:  Thursday, October 17, 2019
  • 302 Bushels Per Acer is pretty wishful thinking in our area, but we might hit it in spots with our Channel® Seed. Using Farmer's Business Network's data network helps me decide which hybrids perform the best in our area, on our soil type. We upgraded our automatic tarp system on the Kenworth to a Thunderstone 6000xr one-touch at Meixel Truck Sales shop and spent some time scouting fields with our Channel Seedsman and Agronomist. Jim and I finished getting the chisel plow ready to go. It won't be long now..
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  • skunkhome

    skunkhome

     7 days ago

    Your dogs surely enjoy each other’s company.

  • Tom Ickes

    Tom Ickes

     7 days ago

    So at about $6.50 per bushel times 302 times 1000 acres = almost $2,000,000 Costing in the machine cost, seeds, fertilizer, fuel, upkeep, and wages (and a thousand other things) ... Must be close .... and any fuck up at all and you're financially ruined .... Sucks to be you .... Sorry

  • Ken Elliott

    Ken Elliott

     7 days ago

    HELLO you know you can make a better grade of gas with HEMP..its true better ethy..plus clothes/medical stuff/paper products and the list goes on..THINK ON IT FARMERS,MITE BE THE NEXT BIG THING..HEMP ...O YA THE BEST ROPE IN THE WORLD IS HEMP..OR grow the good stuff for legal states..Think what a real farmer could grow..WOW..No disrespect ment to any FARMERS

  • Justin Hommel

    Justin Hommel

     14 days ago

    Engage Safety Squints

  • Kevin OMalley

    Kevin OMalley

     1 months ago

    &d

  • Tom Lutz

    Tom Lutz

     2 months ago

    Cool break to dogs occasionally.....everybody loves dog action.

  • Scott Bowyer

    Scott Bowyer

     2 months ago

    Wait a minute, applying Nh3 with your chisel plow? Never heard of that

  • Scott Bowyer

    Scott Bowyer

     2 months ago

    My remote for my electric tarp is screwed up. I have to take out the batteries and put them back in between each use. Weird

  • Just Me2

    Just Me2

     2 months ago

    Funny how he pokes broken or dead things..."are you ok?"

  • Jannie Smit

    Jannie Smit

     2 months ago +1

    "..well let's see if I can wiggle this out of here.. I wiggled it in..."😂😂😂😂

  • Jeff Meacham

    Jeff Meacham

     2 months ago

    You dumbass so called farmers need to spend alit more time getting the crop harvested and less time dicking around for the camera.

  • Andrew Friesen

    Andrew Friesen

     2 months ago

    Hello I love your shows and especially that you are die hard John Deere...I'm from Alberta Canada never owned a red farm machine outher than a New Holland 357 mix mill.
    I have a few ideas on how to improve the cab or work station on the new John Deere tractors it is a very simple feature that can turn the world around in operator comfort vision and control of the tractor.

    Yours truly Andrew Harvey Friesen

  • Rodney Ward

    Rodney Ward

     2 months ago

    Love seeing those yellow motors in them there trucks!!!

  • LowJack187

    LowJack187

     2 months ago

    No Leg Arms = No Subscribe

  • luke scott

    luke scott

     2 months ago

    Are there any videos of spit shining the chisel?! Honestly, how is it that clean? Dirty x gen farmer asking...

  • Nick Ardoin

    Nick Ardoin

     2 months ago

    I always thought soybeans kinda tasted like raw peanuts

  • Der Deutsch

    Der Deutsch

     2 months ago

    Always enjoy your videos! Farm looks almost identical to my families farm in Wisconsin! Keep up the great work!

  • Nick & Barbara Michell

    Nick & Barbara Michell

     2 months ago

    Just found you on YouTube, really great to understand how you grow crops over there, also to see what your ground conditions are like.

  • Joe schmo

    Joe schmo

     2 months ago

    great channel, i never thought i'd be this interested in farming

  • Jay P

    Jay P

     3 months ago

    I have to know what the dry bushel BPA was? Our best was 356 BPA and 298 Dried.