9520RX John Deere-2660VT Vertical Tillage Demo

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  • Big Bocephus
    Big Bocephus  23 hours back

    Some things work , some don’t . All ya can do is try.

    • JD3Sniperwolf
      JD3Sniperwolf  3 days back

      How come you dont plow

      • Александр Козьмин

        Какое тео комбайна

        • Gala Rae
          Gala Rae  5 days back

          How does that thing turn?!

          • Charles Owens
            Charles Owens  6 days back

            Shit happens

            • Matt Friedrich
              Matt Friedrich  2 weeks back

              You should try a Salford rts for that type of soil.

              • johnkentvalan
                johnkentvalan  2 weeks back

                ONE GREAT FARM SONG!
                SOUNDS LIKE RAWHIDE!
                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlFMsl6chXk

                • Akcd11r2002
                  Akcd11r2002  2 weeks back

                  Demo Hammer with a 3ft chisel on that muck.

                  • Buckdodgers1906
                    Buckdodgers1906  2 weeks back

                    I've been binging on your videos all weekend. I really like how you take us through everything you do to keep the farm running. Being a farmer has to be frustrating at times, due to all the things outside of your control..cough...weather...cough. The fact that you keep on going made a believer (and a subscriber) out of me!!!

                    • Vonbohn Products
                      Vonbohn Products  3 weeks back

                      one big bad assed tractor,,,,,, wowserz

                      • Chris Haugh
                        Chris Haugh  3 weeks back

                        So, what does an "Insurance Situation" mean exactly for those of us who aren't farmers and don't really know much about how this works?

                        • Eugene Burns
                          Eugene Burns  3 weeks back

                          Was that just a New Holland driving by.. 💚

                          • ptsd and me 47 hensley
                            ptsd and me 47 hensley  3 weeks back

                            a mule goes good with 40 acres

                            • Andy Hutch
                              Andy Hutch  3 weeks back

                              Plough it in, problem solved.

                              • Grandpa Jim
                                Grandpa Jim  4 weeks back

                                😏 I missed this one last summer ! BUT 💩 HAPPENS 😍😍😍😍😍

                                • Stacy Kell
                                  Stacy Kell  1 months back

                                  Normally I would say that you seem to be kind of a smart guy but for damn near 10 minutes I've heard you complain about how bad the mud is EVERYWHERE  but you continue to drive around in it, that to me is STUPID

                                  • Hemp News
                                    Hemp News  1 months back

                                    How about a winter planting of hemp, but instead of harvesting just chop and work it into the soil. We did this on a farm with major clay spots and it completely loosened everything up and changed the composition for the better. #hemp #cannabis

                                    • sharla1754
                                      sharla1754  1 months back

                                      Thanks for showing us the real deal- things sometimes don't go as planned! I applaud your interest in no till/direct seed. While it was miserable to try to disc, wet soil with cover over it is ideal for soil health, cleaner water and carbon sequestration. So don't give up! Maybe next time don't try new tillage on a new piece of ground? Keep Farmin!

                                      • FarmerFrance
                                        FarmerFrance  1 months back

                                        i think your problem is that you need to be going 9-10 mph. That's why they gave you a giant tractor.That, and this isnt really made for wet conditions. The crumbler (baskets) will plug with mud also.

                                        • Shannon Zittlow
                                          Shannon Zittlow  1 months back

                                          Mulbaord plow maybe flip it over?

                                          • Kevin Lowe
                                            Kevin Lowe  1 months back

                                            South Georgia John Deere are very smooth riding I’ve worked several peanut fields very good video

                                            • Chris Loveridge
                                              Chris Loveridge  1 months back

                                              Pro till would be a better seed bed machine for

                                              • Farmer Flemming Nielsen
                                                Farmer Flemming Nielsen  1 months back

                                                Try Vederstad Swift or Vederstad Carrier.

                                                • JustinYaButt
                                                  JustinYaButt  1 months back

                                                  I just wanna kno why tf all this farm shit is popping up on my feed and why I’m watching it smh

                                                  • D Hansel
                                                    D Hansel  1 months back

                                                    I don't see any Coulters on the disks. The last disk harrow I purchased I made sure they had Coulters. When you get into sandy loam it's not too bad but when you hit the black gumbo those Coulters really help.
                                                    Nice Video....

                                                    • chrsmcwtrs
                                                      chrsmcwtrs  1 months back

                                                      You don't want a disk on your ground. You say... And every body should go to minimal till or no till... Hahaha... You need to just keep farming up north... That field is to muddy stay out of it dumb ass... Let it dry and them go fix those RUTS that some dumb ass made in the field... Then drop in there and plant it...

                                                      • Roger howard
                                                        Roger howard  2 months back

                                                        Just to wet in spots some times it just gets behind

                                                        • Hiren Patel
                                                          Hiren Patel  2 months back

                                                          You digger would have done better work here. Discs just dont work in wet soil and running with no angle is just burning diesel.

                                                          • Harley Spaan
                                                            Harley Spaan  2 months back

                                                            I love the 9 RX Series

                                                            • West Mi Bad Drivers
                                                              West Mi Bad Drivers  2 months back

                                                              seems to me that someone needs to do some work on that field, making it it a bit more level, and to get it to drain. Until then it might just be useless.

                                                              • Michael Russell
                                                                Michael Russell  2 months back

                                                                Might need to rip the ground up to open it up. Here in OZ farmers use stump-jump plows to rip the ground up. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/29/Stump_jump_plough.jpg

                                                                • Frosty B
                                                                  Frosty B  2 months back

                                                                  👍🏻👍🏻

                                                                  • James Martindale
                                                                    James Martindale  2 months back

                                                                    You certainly hit the nail on the head re. marketing disc harrows as a vertical tillage tool. Not exactly a lie but pretty close. Maybe we could call it a moderate to severe misrepresentation?

                                                                    • Alex Robertson
                                                                      Alex Robertson  2 months back

                                                                      Would it not have been better to plough it or even use a set of giant discs ??

                                                                      • Randall Byrd
                                                                        Randall Byrd  2 months back

                                                                        That is one awesome tractor
                                                                        TY for sharing

                                                                        • James Martindale
                                                                          James Martindale  2 months back

                                                                          I ran lots of acres just like it here in north central IN on June 6th -10th. The reason that field of yours was the way it was is the very reason why no-till even with covercrops will have about the same issues. The water has been running through the sandy soils on top of a density layer at some depth under the surface, downgrade into the lower areas of the field. This is why no-tillers leave beans in the low ground after a rain event during harvest. In about two days or so the water arrives at the lower elevations. They pull out and come back leter after the excess water has extra time to seep through the soil. Please visit us at www.soilcursebuster.com to understand why this is happening and how to address the problem and build soil health at the same time. See it working near MORA, MN. The fields here had a pass running 9 inches deep sometimes through standing water, and in 5-6 hours one more pass with the harrow down this time and it was ready to plant with ease, everywhere.

                                                                          • Thomas Blaikner
                                                                            Thomas Blaikner  3 months back

                                                                            Where did everybody learn to disc at a snails pace? When you disc you ride wide open. Dirt should be flying about 8’ in the air.

                                                                            • Adriana Aparecida Aparecida

                                                                              Meu sonho e conhecer sua farmer eu tambem trabalho com máquina da john deere

                                                                              • Chad Simmons
                                                                                Chad Simmons  3 months back

                                                                                That mess should have been chiseled early spring, then hit it with a harrow, seed drill & on the grow (good-upload)

                                                                                • tigerheart6
                                                                                  tigerheart6  3 months back

                                                                                  As a John Deere lover here in Holland. I would love to drive one of these, we have 5 John Deere’s back here. But all normal ones

                                                                                  • Dan Lindeke
                                                                                    Dan Lindeke  3 months back

                                                                                    Read interview famous racer,his quote,"Isn't day goes bye without me using a hammer"

                                                                                    • Frederick R. McDougall
                                                                                      Frederick R. McDougall  3 months back

                                                                                      In the wetter(?) Northern Alberta heavy clays we use a chisel plow (heavy cultivator) with 3 inch twisted spikes for this condition. They break the sub-pan and cover the trash. Working a second time at an angle allows zero tillage seeders to work as advertised. About 40 percent bury.
                                                                                      Fred from Materthorpe AB CA

                                                                                      • Michael Gman
                                                                                        Michael Gman  3 months back

                                                                                        What happened to the no-till strategy ?🚜🚜😂😂 This one is designed for Montana soil.😎

                                                                                        • Tech Retro
                                                                                          Tech Retro  4 months back

                                                                                          you just have to love the marketing hype.. new vertical tilling... you have to admit it sounds a lot better than old disk tilling

                                                                                          • Jeffery Jeffery
                                                                                            Jeffery Jeffery  4 months back

                                                                                            Yeah ..I agree. A disc would never make it, in a wet field. Especially that disc!! The problem is, that disc is WAY to big. WAY to heavy. The weight of the unit, is driving the discs, way too deep. If you used a disc. It would need to be much, much smaller. And way lighter, to float more on top of it. To mix the crop residue, into the top layer. So the nice breeze can start drying it out..

                                                                                            That unit is Sooo heavy, the wheels along were leaving tracks.

                                                                                            Anyway....it was interesting.

                                                                                            • Engineer Corner
                                                                                              Engineer Corner  4 months back

                                                                                              Great video! Thanks for sharing!

                                                                                              • John Gorman
                                                                                                John Gorman  4 months back

                                                                                                So any end result yet on these muddy 40 acres?

                                                                                                • Lood de Jager
                                                                                                  Lood de Jager  4 months back

                                                                                                  https://youtu.be/RNJfQsOD4QI
                                                                                                  Good day MN Millennial Farmer. I am a big fan of yours all the way from South Africa.
                                                                                                  I am very interested in regenerative agriculture as I am also a corn, soybean and wheat grower.
                                                                                                  I watched this video basically the day it got released and I remember how you mentioned cover crops and how it could may be have helped drying out this field. So when I came across the video in the link above I thought I should share it with you. Now I do not have any idea how far the areas are apart but I think this might be something that you guys may consider, especially considering the fact that establishing a cover crop in your weather after corn harvest is risky and may fail.
                                                                                                  Let me know what you think...
                                                                                                  Thanks for a great channel!