MAJOR combine damage - Nov. 6th Harvest Vlog

  • Published on:  Wednesday, November 8, 2017
  • Harvest 2017 rolls on...for the most part. Today we had a Major combine break down with our John Deere 9870. We also filled our 2nd grain bag while we dealt with the snow, freezing temps, and mud.

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  • Patrick Noel

    Patrick Noel

     7 days ago

    Impressive installations and equipment, your whole life have to revolve around this humongous operation. I tip my hat to all of you hard workers from the agricultural industry.

  • brandon hanna

    brandon hanna

     7 days ago

    What is going on with the fs19 map is there any update for that or is it already out

  • brennan clarahan

    brennan clarahan

     14 days ago

    My dad has almost 600 acres in Alberta. This show makes me wish i lived out there and learned how to do it. He rents it out to the neighbours.

  • Old Fart

    Old Fart

     1 months ago +5

    Hard to believe you’re almost 400,000 two years later

  • chipps1066


     1 months ago

    Green breaks like red when overloaded.

  • Erik Smith

    Erik Smith

     1 months ago

    What a great channel!

  • Rick Harper

    Rick Harper

     1 months ago

    Someone need to invent low voltage heat system for discs

  • iare19


     2 months ago

    Nice little crane on that repair truck. You guys are 10 years ahead of eastern Europe.

  • Charlie McKellips

    Charlie McKellips

     2 months ago

    They guy that I do custom hauling for had his axle break loose on his John Deere 9750 just like the one did in the video this harvest.

  • Donald Lewis

    Donald Lewis

     2 months ago

    Great video. You guys are hard-working .. I can't imagine what all your dad's been through he's one tough guy.. Farmer's are number one..💪💪

  • CaliforniaCheez


     2 months ago

    Wasteful gratuitous tillage for absolutely no reason.

  • joyfilters


     2 months ago +1

    I can't imagine what your gas and electric bill is every month. Have you considered VFD's for motor controls to cut down on initial amp draw?

  • B F

    B F

     2 months ago

    corn whiskey belongs in a bottle.. not in our fuel supply. It destroys everyone elses machines so these guys can get rich.

  • psygn0sis


     2 months ago +1

    A John Deere in its natural state.... broken. : P

  • Keith Krone

    Keith Krone

     2 months ago

    “I’ve never been to prison by the way, either. That was a joke also.” Hahahaa

  • edward reilly

    edward reilly

     2 months ago

    Holy smokes!

  • Derek Wallace

    Derek Wallace

     2 months ago +6

    Who’s watching exactly 2 years later? Little snow on the ground in 2017 too!

  • K Bar

    K Bar

     2 months ago

    I have always wondered when they harvest corn, at night, how many wild animals they run into out in the field! Bears/trash pandas/fox/wolf/deer?

  • seap


     2 months ago

    Oh the joys of farming. I farmed with my family for 27 years of my life. Just north of you up here in Manitoba. Back in '97 it was so wet the grain carts couldn't even get in the fields. I drove the combine up on the side of the ditch and was dumping in a truck that was parked on the side of a road. When I backed up I mistakenly backed the rear tire into a culvert and ripped off the entire axle. Same deal. Crippled in a ditch full with 4 ft of water. What I've learned is that if you can survive grain farming you can survive any other occupation with ease.

  • Jonathan Kay

    Jonathan Kay

     2 months ago

    You guys are amazing! There is not ONE skill set here. You need to be able to do multiple tasks on a farm, and the more you call for help the less $$ you make!