Snow Removal

12 jan 2021
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Snow Removal-How Not to be an idiot!
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  • Mommmmmm!!!!!!!! 🤣 Cole will be proud. 🤗

    K DoveK Dove15 dagar sedan
    • @Millennial Farmer 0000l09

      ricky milnerricky milner9 dagar sedan
    • @Millennial Farmer, Minnesotans always think they're above Iowans, and that's true....on a map. Happily subscribed, Zach.

      Michael GalliganMichael Galligan11 dagar sedan
    • I'm pretty sure that's soooooo, "Old School"..........

      Tanner Family FarmsTanner Family Farms14 dagar sedan
    • @K Dove Every boy calls for mom no matter how old haha.

      FullGlutenDonutFullGlutenDonut14 dagar sedan
    • @Millennial Farmer oh cole really is not that good lol

      Jaime BoutinJaime Boutin14 dagar sedan
  • This almost made me nostalgic for seeing and dealing with snow ... almost being the keyword. Interesting to see how much snow clearing has changed in the last few decades - along with standardization for couplers of loader attachments. I remember having to change between pallet forks and bucket on my grandfather's tractor with pin-on loader implements ..... miss him and the time together, but definitely not the task.

    Joshua PreusserJoshua Preusser8 timmar sedan
  • Oof, the 6000R needs a heated shed to start in winter. Starting capability of the 4020.

    wolfgrizzerwolfgrizzer21 timme sedan
  • My sled hasn't been able to leave the shed yet. Not enough snow in Northern MN.

    wolfgrizzerwolfgrizzer21 timme sedan
  • ... and NO gloves ...

    will gauklerwill gauklerDag sedan
  • Getting er done snow stile

    Napalm182 NapierNapalm182 Napier2 dagar sedan
  • I love your Videos 😍💖👍😎💗

    Kaden SundercockKaden Sundercock3 dagar sedan
  • The focus is because your camera sees more background than not background. Therefore focusses on the background as it thinks that's what you want. If you get yourself more central in a shot and try to take up a little more screen space with your face, you should find it improving. Experiment with a hand in from as I describe and see if it helps....

    Bubblezov LoveBubblezov Love3 dagar sedan
  • "I don't like snow removal" but we love it

    Collin ThackerCollin Thacker4 dagar sedan
  • Hey Becky -- what group is that playing under the montage (about 11:00)?

    Jim MartinJim Martin4 dagar sedan
  • What is the model and year of the red polaris on the trialer.

    Carter LorchCarter Lorch5 dagar sedan
  • Ah, snow removal on uneven surfaces can be a bit of a chore. I've been eyeing those *sectional pushers from Arctic,* they look neat. There's this guy on SEworld, goes by the name of Stanley "Dirtmonkey" Genadek, and he seems really happy about them.

    Grumpy ol' BootGrumpy ol' Boot5 dagar sedan
  • Who's got a truck full of blotter acid? Lol

    Timothy LaneTimothy Lane7 dagar sedan
  • Lot of work to move some snow! You just leave that on for the winter?

    Timothy LaneTimothy Lane7 dagar sedan
  • I always worry about your pups getting squashed by a tractor.

    Tom DavisonTom Davison7 dagar sedan
    • Don't worry, the tractor will be just fine if the dogs decide to run underneath the equipment.

      John ConnorJohn Connor3 dagar sedan
  • A thrd arm SURE comes in handy when hooking up a quick hitch!

    Martin MillerMartin Miller7 dagar sedan
  • That’s because it’s a Deere

    Richard ThomeRichard Thome7 dagar sedan
  • Nope to many long commercials

    Jay BrownJay Brown7 dagar sedan
  • Hello, if you keep lifting weight with a held breath you are gonna get a heart attack. You will destroy your cardiac muscle. Position yourself, mind your back, hands on weight, inhale a deep breath then slowly exhale on lift. Importantly, avoid as much lifting, up or down, as you can. Lifting any weight over 40 kg (~90lbs) is not to be taken lightly. Best wishes, I hope this is a weight off your mind ;- ) I lift . . .

    Kameron HammondKameron Hammond8 dagar sedan
  • I'll kick the pin in or kick the 3 point arm on a pin with my boots instead of hitting it with a hammer

    AndrewB Diesel PowerAndrewB Diesel Power8 dagar sedan
  • Typical millennial lol, try to work smarter, not harder, your back will thank you for it. A bit of common sense goes a long way as well.

    Kratos GodofWarKratos GodofWar8 dagar sedan
  • You started the skid steer and the dog barked, and I instantly went "I don't think John Deeres are supposed to make that noise"

    Kiel CarsonKiel Carson9 dagar sedan
  • Looks like you need another set of hands

    Todd RobertsTodd Roberts9 dagar sedan
  • That was a good Drinkin Bros episode you were listening to 😂

    Andrew RafertAndrew Rafert9 dagar sedan
  • You need your stunt double to do all that heavy stuff!

    Keith WestbrooksKeith Westbrooks9 dagar sedan
  • You know those who design this stuff never plan on working on it!

    Keith WestbrooksKeith Westbrooks9 dagar sedan
  • With the amount you lose the go pros you should probably put a tracking device on them

    Gavin QuistGavin Quist9 dagar sedan
  • There is no snow in. Uk 😭 I would like to live in America

    sammy cl2sammy cl29 dagar sedan
  • My God! I see all that "Green" equipment around their place and I can't help but think these guys must be indebted to John Deere for the rest of their lives.

    48retrop48retrop9 dagar sedan
  • Where do you live

    Alyssa WillenborgAlyssa Willenborg9 dagar sedan
  • i have a question. Why do American/canadian tractors all have these really small tyres

    Stef GrootlipmanStef Grootlipman9 dagar sedan
  • In my area, that amount of snow is referred to as "a light dusting" and a lawn tractor would be suffice should one want to bother with its removal.

    watchtheirhands 2watchtheirhands 210 dagar sedan
  • Hahaha go pros got a gogo !

    J SkadalJ Skadal10 dagar sedan
  • Spay the inside of the pusher with WD 40 and the snow won't stick

    J SkadalJ Skadal10 dagar sedan
  • Use the skidstear to pick up the quick attack, because in a few years you won't be able to do it, ask me I know !

    J SkadalJ Skadal10 dagar sedan
  • I would have been very happy moving snow just with the buck!

    J SkadalJ Skadal10 dagar sedan
  • the second one is always a lot easier [snap] ha!!!

    Watts TommyWatts Tommy10 dagar sedan
  • Hahahaha I'll be sure to remember those rules to live by. Good stuff brother, keep em coming.

    Shane CarrellShane Carrell10 dagar sedan
  • Just like harvest. Make sure it's not ready for when it's go time. Lol.

    Steve BrekkenSteve Brekken10 dagar sedan
  • ZACH. LOVE YOUR VIDS. ROGER FROM TANZANIA, EAST AFRICA. HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF YOUR FARM OPERATION WAS IN THE TROPICS LIKE WE HAVE HERE. AM VERY INSPIRED BY FARMERS IN MUCH MORE ADVERSE WEATHER THAN WE HAVE BUT STILL OBTAIN VERYVERY HIGH YIELDS. IN TANZANIA I CAN HAVE 4 SEASONS OF COMMON BEANS IN 12MONTHS

    Roger MengiRoger Mengi10 dagar sedan
  • Some fun I guess it all good, I wanted to ask your daughter I think it was she had a cast on her arm. How is she doing on that experience and or the end result.

    mchl8mchl810 dagar sedan
  • Was that an Ice Cold Coors light in your hand?

    videoguy1981videoguy198110 dagar sedan
  • sweet equipment and a dream building/shop

    Jason's Snow PlowingJason's Snow Plowing10 dagar sedan
  • My pto has a change gear, not the shaft.

    John BarhamJohn Barham10 dagar sedan
  • isn't it satisfying when you hit a pin and it goes home?

    John BarhamJohn Barham10 dagar sedan
  • Nice

    Tractor CambodiaTractor Cambodia10 dagar sedan
  • i know your dog`s are "machine aware" , but isn`t it a bit risky using the snow blower with dogs about, so MANY blind spots on that tractor......................

    t5jerryt5jerry10 dagar sedan
  • Zack, Why don't you have a Scandinavian Minnesota Brouge. Where did your Parents fail you?

    James McKayJames McKay10 dagar sedan
  • Polaris = 💩💩💩

    Matthew CraigMatthew Craig10 dagar sedan
  • Use to run deere . Try a fendt 724 or 714 . Love that tractor. It will make hooking up equipment and switching equipment soooo much easier than a deere. You can store all your settings per piece of equipment. Open quick hitch 3 point arms. And pto speed selection in cab also neutral pto . Just put small 1000 on all your equipment and a way you go. Have not missed my 7530 for a second

    Everhard RidderEverhard Ridder11 dagar sedan
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve11 dagar sedan
  • Do you have the same tractor of us

    RyanRyan11 dagar sedan
  • 🔥🔥🔥HEY HEY EVERYBODY!!!! MAN YOU GOT THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT FOR...ANY JOB

    DigginLife21DigginLife2111 dagar sedan
  • Did I see big equipment being used to get another piece of big equipment to be put on another big equipment ?

    Taste The RainbowTaste The Rainbow11 dagar sedan
  • 9:44 Hey, there's nothing wrong with a truck full of acid. Always be prepared.

    K.J.RayK.J.Ray11 dagar sedan
  • "I have no real passion for snow removal." How could you not! It's great fun! :)

    Marshall ThewsMarshall Thews11 dagar sedan
  • I've come across a video from Donut Media - Everything you need to know . In this episode it was John Deere. Is it true that John Deere and farmers are going through court system about the right to work and fix John Deere equipment they own . Or your thoughts. If you have already discussed this I have missed that video and would watch it to hear your side . Really enjoy your videos and similar farming SEworld family videos.

    Darian FolkDarian Folk11 dagar sedan
  • What work boots y’all running on the farm. I need some new ones

    Big ShlonggoooBig Shlonggooo11 dagar sedan
  • Where was "six" too plow that yard??

    Tom CleghornTom Cleghorn11 dagar sedan
  • i would love to play with all that snow in your fields. gimme a jonny and coffee and you got an employee for life ^-^

    Your Canadian BrotherYour Canadian Brother11 dagar sedan
  • I could volunteer to move your snow for you with our x394 if it just had a snow pusher on it

    Ryan CroninRyan Cronin11 dagar sedan
  • "In our next video, we look at snowmobile trailers!"

    Mack MardikianMack Mardikian11 dagar sedan
  • Nothing runs lke a DEERE and montage was very cool

    kenneth connorskenneth connors11 dagar sedan
  • 11:02 Well, if i whould live near your farm i whould totally do the snow removal for you! Especially since YOU have snow what you can call snow. I have not much snow where i life. Sadly i life in europe so thats not an option...

    JackMacLupusJackMacLupus11 dagar sedan
  • Buy a socket called a crow foot they are made for tight spaces like what you had on your tractor it will help a lot

    Crossbow HunterCrossbow Hunter11 dagar sedan
  • We just back our trucks into a ditch here in Michigan if we ain't got a snow pile loading dock. Works pretty good, unless u got shit tires..

    David MooreDavid Moore11 dagar sedan
  • hey you clever modern guys note when you use a means of tightning bolts the golden rule is a lever is to be no more than 16 times the bolt diameter at 40-60 lbs foot of toque use the correct spanner and you are most likely get it tight enough with out busting a bolt is also under tension and it also has to handle the bits its holding so go careful

    RAY pittsRAY pitts11 dagar sedan
  • Is it weird that watching you struggle with implements makes me want to play farming simulator?

    CapCap12 dagar sedan
  • Fun to watch you play with tractor and scraping up snow to load your snowmobile and clean your driveway

    joann fordjoann ford12 dagar sedan
  • Nice equipment

    Cherno BogCherno Bog12 dagar sedan
  • Did you get a new truck?

    Steven LongSteven Long12 dagar sedan
  • Zach, with the 3pt...I think you should have switched the quick hitch arms, left side to the right and vise versa as they have a slight curve to them....

    Brian WalterBrian Walter12 dagar sedan
  • I've been lacking on video but it appears you got a Dmax now... pretty sweet my neighbor across the street has one and I was in aw when he ran the specs by me

    NelLil TopTurkeyNelLil TopTurkey12 dagar sedan
  • Oh and I like the music but you got to quit losing those things you're giving me a headache dropping me like that📷😵

    Ronald JenningsRonald Jennings12 dagar sedan
  • You ain't crazy you're just silly that's what happens when you start talking to a GoPro😁🚜

    Ronald JenningsRonald Jennings12 dagar sedan
  • I’ll take a ICE COLD MILLER LITE PLEASE AND THANK YOU

    Jeremy ShoemakerJeremy Shoemaker12 dagar sedan
  • 7:29 Yep, I do that all the time and nobody hardly ever gets it.

    Rusty ShacklefordRusty Shackleford12 dagar sedan
  • 👍

    Ted WalkerTed Walker12 dagar sedan
  • Did you get a new pickup?

    James CullenJames Cullen12 dagar sedan
  • I know a couple of guys have mentioned the music in the montage, not seen what it is though?. great video as usual.

    Julian AdamsJulian Adams12 dagar sedan
  • Have you considered instead of removing snow to spread gravel? In Norway (where they deal with alot of snow) instead of removing it every other day or salting which just degrades everything they spread gravel on top so it isn't slippery, and when it finally melts the gravel is cleaned up again which you wouldn´t even have to do since you have gravel underneath.

    axel larsenaxel larsen12 dagar sedan
  • Skid steer works good for taking off and putting on quick hitches, you learn that when you get older and back is shot!!

    rijsa55rijsa5512 dagar sedan
  • You should have your kids play Farm Sim make a gaming channel for them

    TJand08 DOES GAMINGTJand08 DOES GAMING12 dagar sedan
  • go pro '' I see you hahaha''

    Kobee BrooksKobee Brooks12 dagar sedan
  • Looking forward to the Sony .... I like mine so much more then GoPro

    Juan RempelJuan Rempel12 dagar sedan
  • Welcome to norway😁

    Karlmartin RolfstadKarlmartin Rolfstad12 dagar sedan
  • 👍👍👍👍✌️✌️✌️

    Село i ЯСело i Я12 dagar sedan
  • Love your video Zack

    farming Centralfarming Central12 dagar sedan
  • That's alot of work just to.move snow. Using the bucket would of saved ya a couple hrs I'm sure

    Al NagyAl Nagy12 dagar sedan
  • Why don’t they have all that snow blower on the front of the tractor ?

    Wayne BlakeWayne Blake12 dagar sedan
  • Everyday I’m up early like a farmer. An my parents used to joke about that they got a nerdy kid mixed up with farm kid cus I’m 4 or 5am ready for breakfast an get the day started. “ Hard Work Forever Pays “

    Crown Vic Police InterceptorCrown Vic Police Interceptor12 dagar sedan
  • Cole will be proud

    Oliver SomervilleOliver Somerville12 dagar sedan
  • Being a Southern guy and totally warm natured the snow in the northern areas would drive me crazy. When I was younger I volunteered to go to Vietnam in order not to go to Germany, I hate snow but you seem so happy in that cold stuff.

    John LottJohn Lott12 dagar sedan
  • Well I'm glad that when you loaded your sled you didn't stuff the skies through the box. Have seen that happen. Those snow pushers are a real time saver. We have one on a 6420 and on a payloader.

    Travis SteinkrausTravis Steinkraus12 dagar sedan
  • unnecessary groan at 3:34.

    Larry RuemmeleLarry Ruemmele12 dagar sedan
  • Lmao. I thought for sure you were gonna yell for meatloaf

    DisarrayDisarray12 dagar sedan
  • Muscling things around like that and you will end up like Leg Arms.

    James SmithJames Smith12 dagar sedan
  • Did I miss the video of the new truck somewhere?

    Ryan EckardRyan Eckard12 dagar sedan
  • Did u get a new truck

    ZxMushy13ZxMushy1313 dagar sedan
  • Am I missing something! Please explain!

    greg rourkegreg rourke13 dagar sedan
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