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In today's video we have a case convo, we are opening up the silage clamp over the road and we can clearly see two different sides to the grass!
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  • Happy birthday 🎂conán Woods

    Jane WoodsJane Woods13 päivää sitten
  • My number has that feed mixer

    Kaden SundercockKaden SundercockUukausi sitten
  • Would it be cost effective or easier to create your own straw through leasing land and contractors?

    Horace The Moo CowHorace The Moo CowUukausi sitten
  • The ginge is the 🐐 of farming channels.

    threaded 4 my pleasurethreaded 4 my pleasureUukausi sitten
  • Benny Hill in progres

    Lukacjusz WedrownyLukacjusz WedrownyUukausi sitten
  • these cows are fed on it and then you eat it? o f...

    Lukacjusz WedrownyLukacjusz WedrownyUukausi sitten
  • What GCSEs are best to take if I want to be a farmer in the future?

    Crazy hooliganCrazy hooliganUukausi sitten
  • In the new shed ye should have put down slats and good video btw

    James GooldJames GooldUukausi sitten
  • This guy must be a pro at Farming Simulator

    Pil ChunPil ChunUukausi sitten
  • I reckon you should sell both internationals and the manipoo and buy a tidy tele handler then use the hurliman as your feeder tractor and then get a case or something as your bigger tractor, make your life easier

    Ed ThomasEd ThomasUukausi sitten
  • Well Tom you should use peat mould for that bedding instead of saw dust it’s very long lasting and it keeps the cattle well clean would highly recommend 👍

    Matthew DurninMatthew DurninUukausi sitten
  • Good too see the 885's doing the main work on the farm. just as good as new tractor, finance free.

    Barry 885xlBarry 885xlUukausi sitten
  • you need a upgrade on your loader tractor. would love to see a new tractor on the farm

    Kace JordanKace JordanUukausi sitten
  • The ginger moustache is so knowledgable really knows his grass & silage 👏

    TheClannTheClannUukausi sitten

    Ethan BevanEthan BevanUukausi sitten
  • Nice video Tom. Hope you'll can get the wet problem in the new barn taken care of soon! Thank you for sharing. Stay safe and healthy :-)

    J & J Cactus and Succulents - Open by Appointment OnlyJ & J Cactus and Succulents - Open by Appointment OnlyUukausi sitten
  • You should get a weight for slige

    Niamh FlanneryNiamh FlanneryUukausi sitten
  • Hello In the minute 9:27 you have a lot water in the cattle place. RESULTS = A LOT CATTLE FOOT NAILS PROBLEMS

    Km JAndrewsKm JAndrewsUukausi sitten
  • Talk about moisture problems literally everywhere. That’s gotta be frustrating as hell! Great vid Tom!

    Matthew dowdMatthew dowdUukausi sitten
  • What golf course is that? Looks nice.

    GoglepopGoglepopUukausi sitten
  • Are hidi in yore family

    KuLe HaLvOrKuLe HaLvOrUukausi sitten
  • Did I see a turning into farm lane been constructed? Great idea for such a busy road, very forward thinking and at considerable expense to you guys, safety first as always.

    Oscar SurveyOscar SurveyUukausi sitten
  • Good video!

    AgriculturespotterAgriculturespotterUukausi sitten
  • That shed needed a tank under where the cattle stand to feed and the bedding area dirty water would run into it too. its an awful pity of a newly built shed #handling

    Stephen ClerkinStephen ClerkinUukausi sitten
  • 👍🇳🇱

    hollandduck79hollandduck79Uukausi sitten
  • Interesting silage science. Always learn something new. Thanks for sharing. 🐄🐂😷👍

    Randolph ButlerRandolph ButlerUukausi sitten
  • Hi Tom. Great video! Have you thought about a base layer of wood chip in the shed under the bedding to allow drainage? Might be worth looking into whether any local tree surgeons have any waste chips they want to get rid of. Can be spread on the fields afterwards too! Cheers

    Jack BassettJack BassettUukausi sitten
  • Those sheds are seriously wet ! No way should they be that bad, you will be bedding down daily if it doesn’t get sorted. It’s a very narrow bedding area and the concrete looks like it might have been laid without the correct fall to drain away.

    Someone RandomSomeone RandomUukausi sitten
  • Hi Tom make sure you listen to the expert because 30 years from now you will be teaching your son all about farming nice video

    Mike FortuneMike FortuneUukausi sitten
  • Please update your FIworld page to show the 310,000 subscribers. Wow!!! A testament to your excellence as a storyteller and videographer.

    Georgia Ann BicknellGeorgia Ann BicknellUukausi sitten
  • Automatic waters are wishful thinking. My horses used to take them apart and pull the float up--flood zone!!! We had to manufacture an aluminum top over the float. I am assuming that the flood in the barn was due to an automatic watering system. Did you go back to water troughs?

    Georgia Ann BicknellGeorgia Ann BicknellUukausi sitten
  • Winter in full swing without ice and snow?!

    InsoInsoUukausi sitten
  • The muck grab needs closed before going out on the road if that caught against the side of a lorry it would wreck it and the hinge could be seriously injured if the tractor coped over aswell

    Jack AdamsJack AdamsUukausi sitten
  • Whats the ginger worrier done to his hand

    Callum SmithCallum SmithUukausi sitten
  • Can you use sand for bedding But use it in Canada northern US.

    Victoria Brown FrankVictoria Brown FrankUukausi sitten
  • Tom can you accept me on Snapchat

    Carl RocheCarl RocheUukausi sitten
  • ben wel geabonneerd sinds vandaag!

    Aquaria en Tuin voor de FunAquaria en Tuin voor de FunUukausi sitten
  • hoe oud ben je en heeft je vader geen gebitje in? Frits from holland here!

    Aquaria en Tuin voor de FunAquaria en Tuin voor de FunUukausi sitten
  • how many time does the grass need to be fermenting?

    Farmer69Farmer69Uukausi sitten
  • Would you be able to put the fert spreader in the dry next to the clamp? Needs putting undercover, Tom. Clamp looks good, drier than I thought it'd be.

    Robert HigginsRobert HigginsUukausi sitten
  • just if you havent processed the hylands yet they may be ok it can also play a roll with there weight if they natural weight of the other to is higher than theres if there body is to light to support the calf they will abort naturally or resorb

    john jamesjohn jamesUukausi sitten
  • Does the controller on the keenan not have the ability to zero out the display?

    i ii iUukausi sitten
  • From new York in the US, I absolutely love seeing how farming is done similar and different across the world. And hearing how knowledgeable ole ginger is, is absolutely incredible.

    Ryanlk69Ryanlk69Uukausi sitten
  • Dad and I.....

    Lynn MasonLynn MasonUukausi sitten
  • Tom please tell your dad not to drive down the road with the loader and grab in the air. Just an accident waiting to happen.

    Dave GDave GUukausi sitten
  • One of the highlands has a broken horn and also how do they get their heads true the gate

    dylan ryandylan ryanUukausi sitten
  • wasn't channeling the water in the design of the barn?

    Cora ClementsCora ClementsUukausi sitten
  • What happened to the video you were going to do that would explain why you have so many different types of animals that aren't useful on a dairy farm. Why you are raising a relatively small flock of sheep? Why are you raising cows that don't have a job on a dairy farm? Why do you have cows that are generally raised for slaughter, but the heard is to small to replenish itself? Please believe me when I say I'm not being critical here. I'd just like to know what you see as your business plan. Farming in the U.S. is far different than farming in the U.K.. So what can you teach us that will make our smaller family farms more competitive against the corporate farms we have in the U.S.? Thank you for your ear my friend.

    Steven HorneSteven HorneUukausi sitten
  • Tommy, just some advice. Make SURE that the ginger KNOWS that if he's taken on a task that's just a bit beyond him that he can call on you. Also, let him do what he needs to do around the farm for as long as he can. Mental attitude is as important to physical health as proper nutrition. Love you lot!

    Mark ToneyMark ToneyUukausi sitten
  • good to drive long ways with loader up?

    Jason WierengaJason WierengaUukausi sitten
  • A year of two "halves"🤣🤣🤣🤣

    stephen rowlandsstephen rowlandsUukausi sitten
  • Ghost 👻 driving the loader at 11 mins it’s closing on its own 👻👻👻👌

    Paddy JenningsPaddy JenningsUukausi sitten
  • Concrete should really have 10 days before it driven on by anything heavy

    Archie MorganArchie MorganUukausi sitten
  • Let's get you to 500k so you can get robot stall cleaner

    Di CeDi CeUukausi sitten
  • Me sitting here in suburbia in a reindeer onesie nodding sagely watching you two chat about cow food (about which I know nothing)...

    Nuttall VlogsNuttall VlogsUukausi sitten
  • Looks to me as though the fall is all wrong on that new shed base fellas,there's no way it should be sat in water like that after a couple of days if the fall on the concrete was correct, them beasts will just be stood in puddle all winter I'd imagine if you don't sort it out sharpish!!!👍🏻🤔😕🤔

    Ian TowersIan TowersUukausi sitten
  • Has the can am gone

    William GoodchildWilliam GoodchildUukausi sitten
  • Your a legend Tom love all the vids keep it up 👍

    S O'DowdS O'DowdUukausi sitten
  • *I've found out that many people are watching on devices that don't allow them to like videos. I'm on my phone so I always like but my son watches on his gaming console and he doesn't have the option. My wife watches on another streaming device and she can not like either.* Just thought I'd let you know. But keep asking for likes. You deserve to get the credit and profits for your time and hard work.

    1 Proud American1 Proud AmericanUukausi sitten
  • Wow 300k will you go to the pub or celebrate

    A.w. AgriA.w. AgriUukausi sitten
  • Look up sellers in walshaw re sawdust think around 7/8 quid each

    Simon StebbingsSimon StebbingsUukausi sitten
  • Man o man it’s wet. Is it unusual to have so much rain? Your dad is so full of energy. He has a wealth of knowledge in his head.

    Sandi SchrautSandi SchrautUukausi sitten
  • Hi Tom, maybe you can try add something called Z´fix slurry to bedding.

    Jakub MedunaJakub MedunaUukausi sitten
  • 300k subs

    KuLe HaLvOrKuLe HaLvOrUukausi sitten
  • Flashing beacons whilst on the highway? Safety never takes a day off.

    highlandstag51highlandstag51Uukausi sitten
  • Hey Tom couldn't think of the yank them rope the other day seen them been used on other FIworld channels n they got pulled out within 30secs of someone turning up with a tractor or a truck so if U wanna no where bouts I'll tell you in the replys

    Ron PorterRon PorterUukausi sitten
  • Can u see your self buying jd 4955 or jd 4040 in future

    Tyler GatesTyler GatesUukausi sitten
  • Tom I’d love to see what you grazing system is like with the sheep when the cows are in the sheds

    George WalshGeorge WalshUukausi sitten
  • Congratulations on 300k fantastic videos

    Redeemed FarmerRedeemed FarmerUukausi sitten

    Redeemed FarmerRedeemed FarmerUukausi sitten
  • Tom...have you thought about sand instead of sawdust?...I'm sure that will solve the problem...or one of them

    ChristophersMumChristophersMumUukausi sitten
  • Good afternoon Tom, loving the videos. Just wondering will the ginger warrior and yourself sit down and go through the silage analysis again? I loved that video with all of the stats. Plus I love seeing your dad so passionate about the farm.

    Joe DaviesJoe DaviesUukausi sitten
  • Congratulations on reaching 300 thousand subscribers Tom and ginger guy

    Mark McLeodMark McLeodUukausi sitten
  • They’ve laid the ground concrete with an incorrect fall. . .

    MrGuvEuromanMrGuvEuromanUukausi sitten
  • That stockman tractor were great hardly any electric stuff and a great view out the back. Cracking video to. Well done stay safe 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 👌 👍

    ian haggartian haggartUukausi sitten
  • Is it worth renting a field, drilling wheat, come harvest you have the wheat and straw. Control your cost and quantity of straw that way. Just a thought. 🤷‍♂️🤙

    VoxxAGVoxxAGUukausi sitten
  • Salt, Salt, Salt your silage, before closing the bag! Salt, Salt, Salt Please!

    Frozen LakeFrozen LakeUukausi sitten
  • That’s what happen when your concrete isn’t level, or not flowing away to the opening

    Marty McCartanMarty McCartanUukausi sitten
  • Looks Rough concreting to me

    Marty McCartanMarty McCartanUukausi sitten
  • Great video it would be great if one day you could do a video together

    SB Farmliffe samSB Farmliffe samUukausi sitten
  • The Ginge sounds like David Bellamy and more so when he gets in to detail about everything. Cant buy that knowledge.

    Harry BloxHarry BloxUukausi sitten
  • Good news for you lads nice looking feed shame how wet that shed is ok be safe lads hi from brit man in austrailia

    Lee MillerLee MillerUukausi sitten
  • Dad and I

    Matthew HallidayMatthew HallidayUukausi sitten
  • Is the new shed layout good for managing the cows and cleaning out? Every read the story of Hercules and his many tasks? He used a river to clean the cattle sheds out!

    Jo WithinshawJo WithinshawUukausi sitten
  • Did I miss a video. Where's this tractor from

    Matt KleinMatt KleinUukausi sitten
  • I love the Ginger’s enthusiasm when speaking about the silage. I have to say, I pay attention when he talks, even though I’m in Australia and farming practices are different. Just goes to show you never stop learning. Thanks Andrew😊

    Daphne SDaphne SUukausi sitten
  • Was the fancy Case just on trial? I miss seeing you ooze satisfaction, driving it.

    grandcarriage1grandcarriage1Uukausi sitten
  • I can't imagine what it must be like to have a shortage of sawdust. As my co-workers and I haul 53'/B-trains of kiln dried and wet sawdust to be burned at the steam power plant down the road. Wish I could send some your way! But canada is a bit of a haul for some sawdust haha

    WafflehatjoeWafflehatjoeUukausi sitten
  • I'm not quite sure what the problem with the excess water is in the New Shed? No drains? No Slope? Leaky troph? Having your animals standing in water all winter long is asking for problems. They'll burn energy trying to stay warm in the damp shed. I've had similar issues. Hopefully it gets straightened out.

    Horse PowerHorse PowerUukausi sitten
  • Connoisseurs of silage. Who knew?

    Lori SuttonLori SuttonUukausi sitten
  • I'm an old woman from the USA. I love you shows but seriously. I have never seen such a piled up dirty mess. Is it ever clean and dry. How does anything grow in constant rain.

    dwisecup51dwisecup51Uukausi sitten
  • Your dads definitely a stats man and with his intellect its not a problem for him to remember all thst info. It all gets handed down Tomb - wait till your sons in your position😉

    Pippa KayPippa KayUukausi sitten
  • Tom, your dad has a memory like a computer! I hope you keep as many details as possible on an actual computer so you can use all that data. When the fields are cut, bailed etc. compared to analyzed samples over a few years could give you a heads up managing that asset. Of course you can’t manage the sun and the rain. I find your farming very interesting to watch as you explain the intricacies of the business. My background was in computer programming on mainframe computers so I always tend to focus on the details in the data. Have a great week and stay safe out there!

    Amy NashAmy NashUukausi sitten
  • How can you guys work in such filth all the time? I feel sorry for you and the cows.

    Scott WileyScott WileyUukausi sitten
  • Just asking, does it rain almost every day? The farm always has standing water.

    fred winkelfred winkelUukausi sitten
  • Loving the drone shots!

    kllewisfilekllewisfileUukausi sitten
  • Great job on 300k 👌👏👏

    S.A.B AgriS.A.B AgriUukausi sitten
  • This is the Ginger Warrior coming into his own. No one will touch him in this area. This man no 1 in the British isles for producing quality silage. You are always guaranteed a good show when you see the Ginger Warrior in his own domain "the art of making silage..." funny to hear him calling out to Richard. Job's a good un boys, you keep er lit. .

    Shane MulvihillShane MulvihillUukausi sitten
  • Hi Tom, Dad ('Ginger' lol) and Family :) I've been a UK subscriber of your Channel since your early days and low subscriber-numbers - and I am so happy that your Channel has been so successful :) Is there any chance you could please give a 'shout-out' to all subscribers to help-out another young Farmer in Illinois who is trying to grow his Channel too? You may have heard of him 'Farmer on the Prairie' - a young guy who is desperately trying to do his best with starting-out in his video-content etc. But He - like You did - would like the opportunity to grow his Channel. So please could you give a shout-out to FIworld Channel 'Farmer on the Prairie' in Illinois - and encourage your subscribers to go take a look and subscribe to this Young-Man's Channel too? Thank you most kindly if You and all Subscribers to Cole The Cornstar - would take a look and subscribe to 'Farmer on the Prairie'. Thank you from Me in London, UK - to Cole and Family - and - a big thank you to all those subscribers who will help this Young Man at 'Farmer on the Prairie' get a helping-hand by viewing and subscribing to his Channel. Also, please check-out two other young UK Farmers at FIworld-Channels 'Ryan Black' & 'Angus Glover'. And also 'Gerry6420' please. For us it's just a 'click-of-the-mouse'. But for them, our help by viewing their videos and clicking on their FREE-subscriptions - can help determine their futures in the wonderful world of Farming and Agriculture - and make their dreams come true, whilst keeping the natural-habitats alive for our own and our Children's futures. Please help! Thanks everyone :)

    Fred BiscuitFred BiscuitUukausi sitten
  • 👍👍👍👍 70k views, 10k likes. no bueno. hit the like button, people! If you watch for more than five minutes, hit the like button!

    Actually SkeletorActually SkeletorUukausi sitten