By Jesse – [Justin Rhodes] & Family – Great American Farm Tour (Ep. #8) – the $5 Chicken Tractor – Feb 24, 2017
Ryan from Wholesome Roots Farm has built a fleet of $5 Chicken Tractors that can produce over two dozen eggs a week. Day 7 of the Great American Farm Tour. Also featuring Rosemary’s goats and fabulous farm fresh foods.
From Jesse – [Our Wyoming Life] – Herding Geese with the Drone & Moving Pigs
As winter keeps moving in, Erin adds an odd request to the project list. Get her geese to come home. We show a little ingenuity as we use the drone to herd them and bring them in, then get to work setting the pigs up for winter and get them some bedding in their new stall
Seahawks Come Away Disappointed, Yet Encouraged Following 33-31 Loss To Rams
For three-plus quarters, the Seahawks went toe-to-toe with what might be the best team in the NFL, trading touchdowns and big plays with the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams.
Then with time running out and the offense moving into Rams territory in search of the go-ahead score, the Seahawks stubbed their toe in the form of two drive-killing penalties that knocked them out of field-goal range.
Limo crash leaves 20 people dead
A limousine carrying four sisters, other relatives and friends to a birthday celebration blew through a stop sign and slammed into a parked SUV outside a store in upstate New York, killing all 18 people in the limo and two pedestrians, officials and victims’ relatives said Sunday.
The weekend crash was characterized by authorities as the deadliest U.S. transportation accident in nearly a decade. The crash turned a relaxed Saturday afternoon to horror at a rural spot popular with tourists viewing the region’s fall foliage. Relatives said the limousine was carrying the sisters and their friends to a 30th birthday celebration for the youngest.
From Jesse – Oct 07, 2018 – Sunday – 9:10 pm Pacific Time – Beekeeping – [Barnyard Bees] – How to find mites with your cell phone Read Description
Barnyard bees beekeeping technique to finding mites on your honey bees using your cell phone,PLEASE NOTE THIS IS ONLY A TOOL. keep in mind that I highly recommend to still treat your bees for Veroa mites with oxalic acid vaporization or mite strips. We have everything necessary to treat at our store. We have the vaporizer tools including the provap 110 check them out on our website below. http://www.barnyardbees.com
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From Jesse – Oct 07, 2018 – Sunday – 8:50 pm Pacific Time – Gardening – [Rob Bob’s Aquaponics & Backyard Farm] – Aquaponics, Renovation & Root Pouch Garden Update
Aquaponics, Renovation & Root Pouch Garden Update
G’Day Folks. Here’s a catch-up on how the aquaponic system is travelling, as well as an update on the renovations & Root Pouch gardens.
I’ll be doing similar updates as the renovations progress. I know a few of our long time YouTube friends will like to know how it they’re progressing, so will keep you all up to date. 👍
Will start work on the aquaponic system explanation clips once we’re all moved in & settled in the rental house.
Hope you enjoy this update clip & your gardens are booming. Cheers all. 🐟 🌱🍅
From Jesse – Oct 07 2018 – Sunday – 4:00 pm Pacific Time – [Rice Farming TV] – Harvesting Rice in Virtual 360º Action! | Harvest 2018
Come along on this virtual tractor ride and let’s start harvesting rice! Experience the 2018 California rice harvest in virtual 360º action. You control your perspective.
Watch me cut rice or watch me explain. Look out one window at the scenery or out the other and watch me unload freshly harvested rice into a bank-out wagon.
Here are the timestamps and descriptions of segments if you want to jump around this 360º video:
• 00:00 – We’re leaving this ranch and I introduce the video.
• 01:35 – I show-off cut fields and explain what we do with the rice straw after harvest
• 03:42 – We meet Pops at the bridge but he takes off with the header.
• 06:12 – I point out my uncle & cousin’s grain bins.
• 07:10 – The harvest combine makes it to Highway 162 in Richvale.
• 08:00 – We arrive at our new rice field and attach header.
• 12:00 – The header is hooked-up so we remove the transport accessories.
• 13:50 – We are ready to start harvesting but I first check the machine’s settings.
• 15:45 – I finally start cutting some rice!
• 18:10 – Good news and bad news…
• 18:30 – I explain why we can’t harvest in the rain as raindrops start to fall. We’ve got to stop.
• 20:50 – Should I do a 360º Bank-out video?
• 21:50 – We’re back in action now that the rain has stopped!
• 23:14 – Now we are really harvesting rice.
• 24:05 – How to determine if rice is ripe enough to harvest.
• 27:18 – I unload freshly harvested rice into our bank-out wagon.
• 29:20 – Oops! Spilling rice!
• 31:14 – That’s a big pile of rice.
• 32:09 – It’s tough cutting on the “roll-over”.
• 34:05 – I unload rice into the bank-out as I harvest rice.
• 36:26 – The moisture reading comes in and the rice is not ripe enough. We need to stop harvesting for the day (again).
The 360º Camera used to film this episode of Rice Farming TV is the 360 Fly 4k.
In the video I’m operating a 2006 Claas Lexion 585R with a 20′ Honey Bee Header.
Thanks for watching!
From Jesse – Oct 07, 2018 – Sunday – 3:10 pm Pacific time – [Our Wyoming Life] – Moving into Winter on the Ranch with Pronghorn Antelope Hunters Help
winter as we get some help from the antelope hunters and do away with the summer hat. We also prank them with a decoy antelope and learn how important traditions are on the ranch, leading into another Our Wyoming Life giveaway!
Our Wyoming Life features our Wyoming ranch and our ranch family. Giving you a look into the workings of ranching from raising cattle to raising and harvesting crops. Erin will join you weekly out of the garden, showing you how she helps provide for our family through growing produce and selling at local farmers markets, and Mike will take you along as he tends to the animals and land of ranch, from calving to fencing to planting and harvesting hay.