Day in the Life of 10th Gen Dairyman | Opening New Silage Bunk

Milking, bedding, flipping wheels on 7220, opening a new corn silage bunk, and feeding cows. Thanks for watching.


  1. Blessings View Farm

    Blessings View Farm

    2 саат мурун

    A pallet jack works great for changing tractor and skid steer tires.

  2. creative ideas jugad

    creative ideas jugad

    5 саат мурун

    Bro can I get job your farm please any requirement for labour your farm please tell me your farm is very good

  3. Artur


    11 саат мурун

    9:22 I'd want to do that

  4. Hamad Ali

    Hamad Ali

    Күн мурун

    Very hard work men

  5. Lawrence Abel

    Lawrence Abel

    5 күн мурун

    hey dude when your on a day of go and see some uk farmer's doing it in the uk



    6 күн мурун

    Nice managment

  7. cole fish

    cole fish

    7 күн мурун

    love the intro😂😂😂

  8. NASA Gamin

    NASA Gamin

    8 күн мурун

    What’s good in the hood lol that line made my day 😂

  9. Goals911


    13 күн мурун

    Hello.i wont work in your ferm!have you vacant place?

  10. Dr. MS Kalsi

    Dr. MS Kalsi

    17 күн мурун

    You are wasting the sheet by cutting it at 18:46, can not it be reused?

  11. Mr. Ivan

    Mr. Ivan

    18 күн мурун

    God bless you and your parents! You are some hard working people !

  12. James Adams

    James Adams

    20 күн мурун

    Watching this video has put me off of drinking milk for good

  13. patrick dean

    patrick dean

    20 күн мурун

    wbat is that dark liquid you mix in with the food

  14. patrick dean

    patrick dean

    20 күн мурун

    dairy cows are so chill compared to beef cattle

  15. Screaming Eagle

    Screaming Eagle

    21 күн мурун

    Jesus christ man wash the walking floor off.

  16. Jae Fellows

    Jae Fellows

    23 күн мурун

    What a testimonial to longevity in being a dairy farmer, SO much beautiful history I love it! I have milked cows and my uncle had a dairy until he retired then started farming pea for a local cannery. Shine On!

  17. Vahab Güngör

    Vahab Güngör

    24 күн мурун

    DFLİ. Yüalrkadın

  18. ماحدي بن العراق

    ماحدي بن العراق

    27 күн мурун


  19. BX B

    BX B

    27 күн мурун

    I want to be Oliver Wendell Douglas.



    27 күн мурун


  21. Logiwonk


    28 күн мурун

    Damn farmers work hard.

  22. Wyatt Stephenson

    Wyatt Stephenson

    28 күн мурун

    Lol the intro 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣



    Ай мурун

    I’m back after a while

  24. Jeff Koier

    Jeff Koier

    Ай мурун

    Ain’t nuthen good at 4:15 on Monday morning in da hood

  25. derek aldrich

    derek aldrich

    Ай мурун

    Awesome video on KGkey today good job for taking care of your cows 🐄

  26. Jose Pantoja

    Jose Pantoja

    Ай мурун

    Could you make a video explaining the difference between heifers and cows and why they are kept in different areas

  27. Luke McElwain

    Luke McElwain

    Ай мурун

    I thought that you guys generally like to mix the end of one bunk and the start of the next. Am I wrong or is there a reason for the change?

  28. Tim Talaski

    Tim Talaski

    Ай мурун

    Looking at that orange equipment, I support the country I live in not the country that bombed the country I live in

    • Tim Talaski

      Tim Talaski

      Ай мурун

      By the way are they buying your farm products, I don't think so

    • Tim Talaski

      Tim Talaski

      Ай мурун

      Did they resend their vow to take over America within 100 years. The vow they made after they surrendered from their terrorist attack?

  29. SAB


    Ай мурун

    This is the first KGkey video I've ever been able to smell.

  30. Michu


    Ай мурун

    nays crown and job

  31. Thomas Early

    Thomas Early

    Ай мурун

    Yr feed is lovely stuff but what do yr animals black chew on

  32. Josh Dambroski

    Josh Dambroski

    Ай мурун

    how much cows can you milk at a time

  33. Cor Graveland

    Cor Graveland

    Ай мурун

    Nice Erik. Interesting the options you have on trackwidth for the rear wheels of the new Johnny boy. Also great to see which effort you put in to get clean and good feed, and silage and how the bedding works. Looks good. The math is good as well, even more so considering you start that early in the morning, can imagine sometimes the head is still sleeping isn't it? Long days, but appreciated to gain this great insight from your farm, yard and family!

  34. Shawn Fox

    Shawn Fox

    Ай мурун

    When you put in the bacteria killer I was thinking of it going in the tr mixer but it looks like it mixes fine how you did it. Good video , I used to help on the dairy farm yrs ago 135 a day but they had a.o. Smith harvesters.

  35. Hugo Vanpelt

    Hugo Vanpelt

    Ай мурун

    I cant understand why you guys never seem to wear gloves

  36. 178jmh


    Ай мурун


  37. Syd Syd

    Syd Syd

    Ай мурун


  38. farmer Lambrecht

    farmer Lambrecht

    Ай мурун

    Hey we have 6 pens of 60 so about 450 cows milking then a nother barn of 200 heifers and drycows

  39. Jonathan waugh

    Jonathan waugh

    Ай мурун

    It's a pitty the cows don't have a mask to wear. They much bigger lungs than us. Dust is very bad for health

  40. Stein Backx

    Stein Backx

    Ай мурун

    Dam Eric never knew your dad could talk so fast

  41. Casey Murphree

    Casey Murphree

    Ай мурун

    uh - - why the 'thumbs-down'? - -- - - geez

  42. Casey Murphree

    Casey Murphree

    Ай мурун

    so THIS is why my milk looks YELLO

  43. JIM C

    JIM C

    Ай мурун

    The first cow in the feeding lineup didn't get any food? JIM

  44. Steve Amiaga

    Steve Amiaga

    Ай мурун

    Great solution to the problem with the switching of the wheel hubs... You're a very smart and competent young man. So nice to see you working so nicely with your dad. I had the privilege of working side-by-side with my dad for 15+ years...wouldn't trade it for anything. Keep up the good work! Love the channel.

  45. Brad Erwin

    Brad Erwin

    Ай мурун

    How many hours are on the Kubota skid steer already

  46. Bob Watson

    Bob Watson

    Ай мурун

    That skid loader is a solid bit of kit. Without it, you would be really struggling. I worked on a dairy farm when I was a kid in the '80s and it was one tractor for everything. Now it seems to be one tractor per job. I've never knew the tyres were filled with liquid. Is that normal.

  47. 23phaynes


    Ай мурун

    Sweeping the bunk is a nice touch... no rocks and debris to harm the cows mouth. Pride!

  48. Terry Stephens

    Terry Stephens

    Ай мурун

    You did a great job with the tractor wheels - they must weigh close to a ton each. 😃👍👍👍👍

  49. Steve Adams

    Steve Adams

    Ай мурун

    Everything good in the hood Eric. Great video - lots of hard work on those tires.

  50. Tractors & Machines RO

    Tractors & Machines RO

    Ай мурун

    Great great work....Big like from Romania 🥇🤝💖

  51. Zawelin


    Ай мурун

    My view to that row spacing is you work with what you have, like you said planter rows are what they are so you gotta work with it.



    Ай мурун

    I’d love to sell you some DDG, Corn(flaked/whole/ground) cotton, soy! Lol

  53. William Dawson

    William Dawson

    Ай мурун

    Well you rotated the tires that's good right?

  54. Hydra Hasta

    Hydra Hasta

    Ай мурун

    2 cows that didnt get feed infront of their face "are we a joke to you" haha

  55. Joao Bozzano

    Joao Bozzano

    Ай мурун

    What's the thing you use for pre-dip? Is it buyable or you made it?

  56. David E Pool

    David E Pool

    Ай мурун

    I sure would of liked to have equipment like that back in the 70’s. Dairy farming is a lot different now than it was back then. We milked 2 cows on each side back then. It took one person about 4 hours to milk our cows in the morning and in the evening. So it took us 8 hours a day to milk our cows. Then there’s all the other jobs that had to be done. Feeding, cleaning up, taking care of the calves, planting and harvesting the crops, repairing breakdowns, and all the jobs in between. That made for very long days. We even had one cow that had to be milked 3 times a day. I enjoy watching dairy farm videos.

  57. sara shaw

    sara shaw

    Ай мурун

    how many gallons of milk dose 1 cow produce a day?

  58. Spakko TV

    Spakko TV

    Ай мурун

    21:04 that one last cow that was first in line but to far back and had to go all the way up to getsomething.... I feel here.

  59. Gabriel Farm

    Gabriel Farm

    Ай мурун

    Always something to do.

  60. Mac Farms

    Mac Farms

    Ай мурун

    Eric, thanks for answering my, and others? Question about why not 90”, I figured it would work for the sprayer but didn’t think of the planter. That 7220 must seem a bit awkward to drive though set so narrow.

  61. kami crum

    kami crum

    Ай мурун

    Math before luch WAY to early after lunch OK!

  62. Ronald Piper

    Ronald Piper

    Ай мурун

    Several years I got breakfast cereal and miss the truck stop that closed. Just wonder how close I been to the farm?

  63. Ronald Piper

    Ronald Piper

    Ай мурун

    All that axel to hit things.

  64. Ronald Piper

    Ronald Piper

    Ай мурун

    As a kid I used many hours on a ih cub low boy. It had adjustments for this. The low and wide was what we used with offset engine I studied it a lot. It is small but. Cool old tractor. And Watercooled not water pump. Always cool

  65. patrick kossewski

    patrick kossewski

    Ай мурун

    Is the molasses edible for humans always wondered?

  66. Richard M

    Richard M

    Ай мурун

    All ways nice seeing them cows!

  67. Taylor Marty

    Taylor Marty

    Ай мурун

    Yo everybody haha

  68. Paul Walsh

    Paul Walsh

    Ай мурун

    Haven't heard one complaint from you of the new feed wagon, always good when you find something that just works the way you want it too.

  69. William Burns

    William Burns

    Ай мурун

    Yeah ya sayings are good. However as an Australian Pentioner, I admire your work ethic,knowledge and detail to doing it right. Ya dad has taught you well. All the best and keep it. Love ya videos.

  70. Gareth Morrissey

    Gareth Morrissey

    Ай мурун

    Wish our maize silage would look that good when we opened it up

  71. Jack o Abbitt

    Jack o Abbitt

    Ай мурун

    Be real careful turning with that tractor it will be easy to turn over



    Ай мурун

    Great video!

  73. LightForce333


    Ай мурун

    21:02 hey man, those first 2 cows got screwed over, no feed... 😅😥

  74. LightForce333


    Ай мурун

    It's not easy to be a farmer. Hard work...and more hard work... 🐄moooooooo!

  75. Emmalea Lundgren

    Emmalea Lundgren

    Ай мурун

    Awesome video as always Eric! Glad your fresh bunk had minimal spoilage 🤙

  76. Gen Z Farmer

    Gen Z Farmer

    Ай мурун

    Eric there's a learning curve to everything and your just learning that curve

  77. Harvey Stephens

    Harvey Stephens

    Ай мурун


  78. Bamplayz


    Ай мурун

    No hate I love your videos but how is it the 10th generation

  79. Ben Rogers

    Ben Rogers

    Ай мурун

    Great to see a father and son working together.

  80. B_ry Crawford

    B_ry Crawford

    Ай мурун

    When your bedding stalls, have you ever ran into anything?? Looks like your clipping along at a good speed in reverse. 😁 I’m sure it’s like anything if you do it enough you know where you are and when to stop

  81. David Prymmer

    David Prymmer

    Ай мурун

    Getting pretty fancy with the graphics cool

  82. Northwest Riders

    Northwest Riders

    Ай мурун

    I feel bad for that one cow that didn’t get any feed in the night feeding. He totally got missed and got no feed in front of him

  83. Elliot Smith

    Elliot Smith

    Ай мурун

    you are genus adopted size wheels your tractor good job

  84. Rock Fish

    Rock Fish

    Ай мурун

    I KNOW when A cow stops perduiing milk you Have to take it slater😥😥😥😥 sad but true

  85. Bryce Burton

    Bryce Burton

    Ай мурун

    I loved the "yo what's good in the hood"

  86. Rock Fish

    Rock Fish

    Ай мурун

    You treat your cows VARRY GOOD......

  87. TJand08 DOES GAMING


    Ай мурун

    That intro made my day

  88. S. Pursell

    S. Pursell

    Ай мурун

    What is the black slurry your add to your feed? I believe at one time you may have said molasses. If so how do you keep it from getting thick?

  89. Timothy Strebeck

    Timothy Strebeck

    Ай мурун

    So they look kinda laid back, my question is have you ever had one get aggressive and kick you?

  90. Fintan


    Ай мурун

    I watch 4 or 5 dairy vlogs. Your operation is by far the best. I’m surprised at how they all differ! 🐮❤️🥛

  91. thr8061


    Ай мурун

    Growing up, my dad warned us NOT to play polka music while milking cows because they like it too much and start dancing! I'm pretty sure none of us kids EVER even thought about, let alone played, polka music even while milking!

  92. sharath sharu

    sharath sharu

    Ай мурун

    How u wash the cows,,pls show that in one video,,

  93. Trooper Jett

    Trooper Jett

    Ай мурун

    Takes me back to school when I was in the special needs pen.

  94. Samuel Blakeney

    Samuel Blakeney

    Ай мурун

    Probably could run duals on the rears for better traction and stability and reduced compaction with those wheels so far in. We used to run duals on our farmall 806 with that spacing.

  95. Nathan Brown

    Nathan Brown

    Ай мурун

    60 inch wheel spacing seems pretty narrow for that big tractor. Least the wheels are weighted so it shouldn't be top heavy.

  96. Tracy Shewell

    Tracy Shewell

    Ай мурун

    Sweet. Never seen you open up a bunk. How's the new feed machine? Still like it?

  97. AJ 1030

    AJ 1030

    Ай мурун

    Best opening to your videos so far!! lol

  98. Ivan Heeg

    Ivan Heeg

    Ай мурун

    Hey Eric! What kind of lime is that? Thanks, fellow dairy farmer in Canada :)

  99. Matthew Gorman

    Matthew Gorman

    Ай мурун

    The American bar axle ouch in tight spaces. Grrat vid as always.

  100. Anthony George

    Anthony George

    Ай мурун

    How did Covid change milking for you? and as always thank you for the great content :)