Better Roads Dream Tractor | John Deere 2 days ago   15:41

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How Farms Work
Travis and Ryan finish bringing the cows home!

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How Farms Work by Ryan Kuster is a YouTube channel based in rural Potosi, Wisconsin.

Our mission is to teach those who didn't grow up on a farm what the farming life is like.
These videos show the Kuster family working together raising cattle and crops. We believe everyone who wants to know more about farming should be able to share the farming experience with us and we look to educate the world on many essential agriculture topics.

How Farms Work takes place on ~1,100 acres with around 75-200 cattle at any given time. Four John Deere tractors are currently used on the farm, which are a 4020, 4640, 7600, and 8235R.

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DingleZilla
A ramp on the back of your cattle trailer would make it easier to load and unload livestock (which I am sure you would know) and easier for you guys too!
Deloss92
Mom to the rescue on that one huh. Better give her a big hug and a thank you haha.
Tractorcarsen 9
8:18 maybe with a large knife it’s creepy
dan van
You should throw some crusher stone down it will help with keeping the mud a bit lower and dust your cattle will also not be sliding around that much and if you can get hold of conveyor belt strips throw that down in your trailer keep the cattle from falling around and sliding during transport
The Gauvinator
just curious are you still doing soybeans?
budgoesrp
nothing like almost falling in mud and cow shit
eagles1347
how many cows do you have and how many arcs do u have with cows
sergio juarez
Nice animals
Thomas Anderson
Would really be interested in knowing more about the financial end of it. Im thinking about starting small but dont know much. Vaccination costs, vet bills, calving, on so on. How many acers for how many head? Just dont know. Any help or info vid on the cattle end would be awesome! Thanks
Jesse Freire
como voce cria gado no frio desse qua a provicia ou estado que voce produz esse vídeos?
Russ Brown
Love the channel just started watching the channel but I am already almost addicted!😂 But all and all have a great day!
G S
You guys seem pretty bright. So, WHERES YOUR CHAINS????Hellooooooo!
Jeff Benefield
13:59. Fix that wall. Please. LOL
redneck savage crew
That cow was shitting 😂
Ryan Don
Hey do you run dedicated snow tires or all seasons? Do you have a favourite tire brand? Bf Goodrich has always been a good friend to me.

God bless
James Bigham
This was a great video I didn't know you could use spice when you get stuck on ice that is a good tip to remember.
I dont know a lot about cattle but after this video it seems they dont like to walk on snow and ice.
It seemed like to me that the cow wasn't trying to escape I think the cows feet was sliding on the snow and ice I could be wrong though
xkencx
I've been to farms that have small tracked tractors with multiple trailer hitches just for this reason.
Michael Lewandoski
Why are they all girls
Kalon Johnson
Time to invest in some real tires for the conditions.
WestTexasFarmer
Cows up north are better at ice and slippery situations then they are down here in Texas!! Those hopped out of a slick trailer onto ice like figure skaters!!
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Dream Tractor | John Deere Better Roads 2 days ago   19:26

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We take a trip to Thorp, Wisconsin where we pick up a John Deere 8300 Grain Drill, but something caught my eye as we were pulling in!

I would love a 4960 but I have to focus on getting Big Red running first!

How Farms Work by Ryan Kuster is a YouTube channel based in rural Potosi, Wisconsin.

Our mission is to teach those who didn't grow up on a farm what the farming life is like.
These videos show the Kuster family working together raising cattle and crops. We believe everyone who wants to know more about farming should be able to share the farming experience with us and we look to educate the world on many essential agriculture topics.

How Farms Work takes place on ~1,100 acres with around 75-200 cattle at any given time. Four John Deere tractors are currently used on the farm, which are a 4020, 4640, 7600, and 8235R.

Be sure to subscribe for new videos every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 11AM Central!

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