Encourage one another and build one another up. Pray without ceasing. Test everything. Keep what is good. Avoid all evil. -1 Thess 5:11,17,21,22
If you only learn one thing....
"I have learned that if you really want to work on a crew, it really helps to do the crap-jobs because once you do that you establish credibility" -about 3:25 mark
Joe, that video was worth every one of the seventeen minutes.Smarter every day? Well it worked for me today. And after all the compliments from the blogger--guy the old farmer replies (for the fifth? time)..."Well, we ain't very smart".God, I love farmers.
Good video! Thanks!
I know some farmers, I've been a farmer ( hobby type, unqualified). I've seen a farmer in one day, contract with a crop duster (flying a WW2 navy torpedo bomber), despair because of ten minutes of hail on his barley crop, humanely scare off a moose, and lift and move an honest to goodness ANVIL all by himself. They are the foundation of civilization. No joke.
One final thought. In my opinion they are pissed off, and they ALL own guns. Just saying, if you like eating they say thank a farmer. No, just don't piss one off.Stay away from crowds.
Dang, but it was nice to hear people who talk like me. :-) But now I have another YouTube channel subscribed.If you want to get a lot more in depth, look at Cole the Cornstar (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuxlXCfVyV-i5YLL30jkomw) and Our Wyoming Life (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDz_dmieFd0neB_VClG8PzA) It gives you a whole new look at your food.
I have done all of the grain building jobs on a crew. But we had to crank up the the bin by the help of armstrong. Hydraulic would be better,but more to go wrong. KISS works too. Thanks I hope more people see it
I manage a small elevator, so I deal with farmers every day. Harvest season is worse than 95% of the jobs out there, 16-18 hour days 7 days a week for two months. Fertilizer season kicks in before everyone is done harvesting, too.Yeah, they're the ultimate do-it-all businessmen.