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A Lesson in Farm Physics and Hand Signals brought to you by Onyx

  • Published on Sep 19, 2022
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Comments • 909

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 8 days ago +188

    Thanks for the dedication to us

  • BelowAverage TriathlonDad
    BelowAverage TriathlonDad 9 days ago +134

    Peter given advice in the middle of deer stand moving was quality. 😂

  • Jeff T
    Jeff T 9 days ago +98

    We need more Mrs MFer, she's hilarious

    • Nathan Jones
      Nathan Jones 5 days ago

      She would have too be hilarious if she married Zack. Hahahahahaha.

    • Mitchell Unger
      Mitchell Unger 7 days ago +1

      Off the husk has a lot of her and she is hilarious

  • destiny
    destiny 8 days ago +30

    Your dad had me laughing with the lifting the motor with one hand, nice to see the funny side of Nate!

  • Tom Gates
    Tom Gates 7 days ago +2

    Great fun watching you guys toy with gravity.
    Saw the Traeger sponsor note at the beginning, Great! My wife got me one about 6 years ago for Father's Day. Loved it since. One of her favorites for me to make, smoked SPAM. Yes. There is a way to cut the SPAM block into connected fingers to have lots of smoked surface area. That and a plate of pancakes with maple syrup - Yumm! A smoked pizza is a treat also. That's after doing all the other stuff - pork beef chicken ribs roasts sausages fruit fish beans - most anything tastes incredible when smoked. Enjoy.

  • lim sowq
    lim sowq 4 days ago +1

    We need more Mrs MFer, she's hilarious surely!

  • SlimFarmer
    SlimFarmer 8 days ago +4

    Zach, when you store your strip tiller you should try putting fluid film on all the moving parts. Really helps prevent corrosion from the fertilizer.

  • Rasping Rabbit
    Rasping Rabbit 7 days ago +2

    Every now and then Nate just comes out with the funniest things. Love him in the videos. 👍🏼

  • Mountains & Moore
    Mountains & Moore 4 days ago

    When I was in high school, we were having a clean up day at the football field. I was using the weed-eater in some overgrown shrubbery and discovered that bumble bees will also nest in overgrown shrubbery. They will also swarm a weed-eater as long as it is making noise. Even after it runs to the other end of a football field, with its handler getting stung multiple times. It is harder to hit a bumble bee with a weed-eater than it is for a bumble bee to hit a weed-eater handler. I learned a lot that day.

  • Mike Withers
    Mike Withers 9 days ago +39

    Zach that was classic! Loved how you let your son come up with ideas on the deer stand tilting. He's gonna be just like you. Good thing he didn't try to catch it. I was rolling on the floor. 🤣🤣🤣

  • Jim Wright
    Jim Wright 9 days ago +27

    Time to do a "cognac butter injected" Bison Tenderloin. Have fun with the new grill! Oh and by the way - I once had a student ask what to do if your parents are throwing rocks and poking yellow jackets/hornet/bumblebee nest during a beekeeping presentation. My reply was to grab your phone and video the results and post it online - I see the results are about what I expected in your example. Very glad you did not react to the sting and were able to enjoy your tasty meal.

  • SinisterMD
    SinisterMD 9 days ago +29

    Yet another video in the series "Awesome dad being awesome...also with some farming and grilling." Who'd have thought a Millennial could do it all, but somehow, you manage. Thanks for the content. Especially Peter Griffin. Nice touch.

  • fraser pewarchuk
    fraser pewarchuk 9 days ago +57

    Bought a Traeger 4 years ago . The wife was skeptic about , but now does all the grilling . We love it.

    • Trent Watts
      Trent Watts 7 days ago

      @Smokey man those new XL are like 3800$ for a pellet grill !! I can’t say much I spent almost twice that on an offset I got a year ago but I can sell it today for what I have in it.

    • Smokey
      Smokey 8 days ago

      Just because he does a commercial for it doesn't mean it's the best, it means they gave him one and paid him to fawn over it.

    • Hunt Gaming/Productions
      Hunt Gaming/Productions 9 days ago +3

      I still use a george foreman grill

  • bilishu aliss
    bilishu aliss 6 days ago

    Cant wait to see some of that special Zach Johnson cabcorn this fall XD. Glad to see all is well with you guys. Love your videos

  • dustin cummins
    dustin cummins 8 days ago +2

    The straight face becky had saying that at the end of the video was priceless!

  • Greg A - Kendal Heights Décor & Woodworking

    Your dad had me laughing with the lifting the motor with one hand, nice to see the funny side of Nate!

  • PixelStacker
    PixelStacker 8 days ago +2

    We need more Mrs MFer, she's hilarious surely!

  • Michael Conkle
    Michael Conkle 8 days ago +2

    Before the crazy starts back up we would love an updated equipment tour for this season!!

  • Redacted
    Redacted 9 days ago +1

    Just wanted to say, I love the podcasts and I’m so glad you guys have released another one, I listen to them all the time, especially when I’m at work. Please keep them up with the regular crew, they’re so brilliant !

  • Bruce Wood
    Bruce Wood 4 days ago

    To fix the oil leak at your tractor engine oil drain plug, plumb your shop vac into the crankcase ventilator to put a vacum on the inside of the engine. You then can pull the drain plug and only lose a few drops of oil while you quickly fix the seal and reinstall the drain plug. That is unless the new emisions prevents that. Also works well to do the vacume trick when changing oil, it lets you get the drain plug completly out without making a mess. After the drain plug is completly removed, just turn off the vacum, and it drains.

  • Phil Hosier
    Phil Hosier 8 days ago

    When built our deer stand, we put them in 30" deep holes w/ cement bags unloaded straight into the holes. Ground moisture will cemen
    t them in well enough, 35 years and 80mph winds and it';s still standing.

  • Stian Christiansen
    Stian Christiansen 9 days ago +12

    Cant wait to see some of that special Zach Johnson cabcorn this fall XD. Glad to see all is well with you guys. Love your videos 🙂

    • David Toups
      David Toups 9 days ago +5

      NOBODY does cab corn like the actor that plays Zach Johnson

  • Joseph Lawless
    Joseph Lawless 5 days ago

    Been through the wind flipping stands over. Get some T-post and drive them at angles at the base of the 4 legs then either drill holes in the post and screw the legs to them or wire them to the post. May need to put screws in the legs so the wire does not slide.
    The only other option is mobile home screw anchors. If you get those under the stand it may hold, but best is away and anchor at angles. This gets in the way of mowing.

  • Anthony Hendrix
    Anthony Hendrix 8 days ago +2

    Onyx is very smart he'll definitely be a great future farmer one day I can tell.

  • Jimmy Budweiser
    Jimmy Budweiser 8 days ago

    I look forward to every year when you strip till because my day seem a lot better. Thanks once again Zach.

  • The Grahamerican Dream
    The Grahamerican Dream 9 days ago +3

    We just started our “farm” journey and channel. Gotta lot ahead of us but trying to learn as much as we can bc it’s all new to us. We’re motivated and have the will tho so hopefully that helps toward something 😊

  • Eric Miller GP Piano Man

    We love your dedication! Keep it up!!

  • John Doe
    John Doe 9 days ago

    Traeger pellet grills were the first to incorporate wood pellets to Cook meats....
    The New Technologies are AMAZING!!

  • Paul Copeland
    Paul Copeland 9 days ago +1

    Until reading these comments, I never knew there were so many "deer stand anchoring experts" on earth!!! Flash-Player, you never cease to amaze!

  • armed farm
    armed farm 9 days ago +1

    1 screw anchor -1 rachet strap, screw the anchor in the ground below the middle of the stand, attach the rachet strap to the bottom center of the stand & the other hook to the top of the anchor tighten up. Stand stays up year after year!
    Even in high winds, & Maybe not a tor-nader. Some find a 55gal drum and fill with rocks & also attach a rachet to it.

  • TheSuperdave81
    TheSuperdave81 9 days ago +29

    “What, were you gonna go catch it”? That was said in the best sarcastic dad voice ever! I laughed my ass off because it sounded just like something I’d say to my two boys!

  • Lewis Goodridge
    Lewis Goodridge 6 days ago

    Thank goodness we have the gun laws that we have in Australia. In Western Australia, you have very little problem obtaining a firearms licence on fit for purpose use. All farmers have firearms, for stock destruction purposes, feral animal destruction etc. In the North station (Ranch )owners have pistols for wild cattle and snakes. Other than that limited capacity magazines single shot apply. There is a large fire arm sporting group which run via clubs etc. The fact that your son left a box of shells lying around scares the shit out of a group of friends and myself. Shows the lack of disipline in the handling of a weapon. I bet you would have a few words if he started to leave rolls of banknotes around for people to help themselves to. PS guns must be kept in a gunsafe and the firing device such as pin bolt etc in another safe.

  • texlongone
    texlongone 9 days ago +4

    Kudos to you Sargeant Zack for making sure to report back on the grill performance! Way to go above and beyond!

  • alida flus
    alida flus 5 days ago +1

    The straight face becky had saying that at the end of the video was priceless!

  • Charles Stratton
    Charles Stratton 7 days ago +2

    About a year ago I was made aware of Andy Detwiler, The Harmless Farmer. By you. Thank you. I’ve enjoyed both his and your videos on Flash-Player. Was sad when I awoke this morning to the news that he had passed unexpectedly.😢

    • Nathan Jones
      Nathan Jones 5 days ago

      Unexpected? I think they knew there was that chance, he had cancer. An I’m not trying too be mean or callas*.

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    • Joel Moody
      Joel Moody 7 days ago

      I too, was sad to hear about the death of the harnless farmer . As a leagaly blind retired farmer , he sure was a insparation to me.He will be missed , rest in peace Andy.

  • Robert Nelson
    Robert Nelson 9 days ago

    Get some “Tie Down” ¾” Soil Anchor with (1) 4″ Helix and (1) 6″ helix- 36″ Length, or “Tie Down” Shed Anchor Kit- 30″ Length
    . They tie trailer homes down with these. Then either use cable or rachet straps to go from the tiedown to the deer stand. One on each corner and that will never ever come down again.

  • Neil
    Neil 7 days ago +2

    The humour was definetly on point today 😁

  • Paisley 💗 𝔽**СК МЕ - СНЕℂ𝕂 𝕄𝕐 Рℝ𝟘𝔽𝕀𝕃Е💛

    “What, were you gonna go catch it”? That was said in the best sarcastic dad voice ever! I laughed my ass off because it sounded just like something I’d say to my two boys!

  • TRGEternalTornado
    TRGEternalTornado 9 days ago +15

    Glad to see you still upload! Really great content!

  • Gunga Dinn
    Gunga Dinn 6 days ago

    No dig against Traeger, but I have issue with using wood pellets for cooking food over.
    Depending on manufacturer, the pellets can consist of recycled wood pallets, to soft wood that is ground and mixed with hardwood. At one time, additional glue was added to keep the pellet together.
    I used a pellet stove for accessory heat for close to 15 years, and noticed that the last few years the quality of the pellets decreased as the pellet wasn't as much "hardwood" as earlier years.

  • Eric Heltman
    Eric Heltman 8 days ago +2

    Hi Zach. I have been following you for sometime now. I have grown fond of your efforts to bring farm safety to forefront in your videos at times. I recently started my own TikTok account and posted a video on safety, filling silos and entering silos with dangerous gases. Unfortunately, today we lost three community members due to silo gases. A father and two sons. I want to say thank you for your efforts to bring safety talk to your videos.

    • ken bennett
      ken bennett 5 days ago

      We just had 3 farmers died in a silo accident in center county. A 14 a 16 and 42 year old died.

    • G V
      G V 5 days ago

      Sad loss, the Amish don't do tik tok or youtube. It is too bad we have elected a government that trys to shut down an Amish farmer selling meat in the name of safety. It would be amazing if the government lead the charge on farm safety and helped get the message out.
      Zach keep up the good work, absolutely priceless knowledge.

      ᎷᏆᏞᏞᎬΝΝᏆᎪᏞ ҒᎪᎡᎷᎬᎡ 7 days ago


  • Mark C
    Mark C 9 days ago +1

    You have done a lot on bin safety. Is there a reason that the PTO cover is not chained on your mower to make it safe to be around? The UK can chain theirs so it does not spin and you can't get caught in them.

  • doggo Yas
    doggo Yas 9 days ago +4

    to be completely honest the last thing i expected was a traeger sponsorship but traeger grills are amazing my dad bought my mom one when her rheumatoid arthritis started getting really bad about 10 years ago now and shes had one ever since their so easy to use and cook amazingly

  • Tim's Cotteswold Farm

    even though the stand had a hole in the bottom, amazin how much water it had in it! No wonder stuff doesnt last. Would love a traeger.. keep fighting the impulse purchase temptation.

  • Dave Schowengerdt
    Dave Schowengerdt 8 days ago

    That is something to really be proud of. So many even ur dads age don’t know what a lot of those mean but ur dad has done awesome passing what he learned to u

  • Raymond Tousey
    Raymond Tousey 3 days ago

    My son got me a Traeger Pro-34, the front shelf and the cover for Father's day 3 years ago. I've cooked so mu with it that during the summer we don't use the stove in the house.

  • Nathan Meece
    Nathan Meece 9 days ago

    Have you considered putting some cables on the stand to keep it from blowing over again? Something similar to what they put on towers?

  • Mississippi1977
    Mississippi1977 9 days ago

    I was judge mental ro folks using pellet grills. Boy was I wrong. We cook literally everything in it.
    Pizzas, meatloafs,biscuits,
    Bacon, sauge on a broiler pan. It’s unlimited what you can put on them with the temp staying perfect to what you want!!!

  • Teenage Farmer
    Teenage Farmer 9 days ago +1

    Love the videos Zach, Keep up the great work thanks for sharing. Harvest is in full swing here in Illinois, it can't be that far away for you guys. I hope that everything goes smoothly for you guys. I'm 15 and I started a small farm Flash-Player channel about a month ago. Do you have any advice.

    • The Grahamerican Dream
      The Grahamerican Dream 8 days ago

      @LittleSteve I have the issue too. Where I say we’ll I already started no point in videoing when I missed the beginning. Good advice

    • Teenage Farmer
      Teenage Farmer 8 days ago +1

      @LittleSteve yes thanks. I know what you mean about filming everything. I've already missed out on some great stuff by not filling. Thanks again and have a nice day.

    • LittleSteve
      LittleSteve 9 days ago +1

      Another thing maybe is to be prepared to work for no return, by that I mean the first 1000 subscribers and 4000 watch hours takes some finding. So make and post videos because you want to and think its fun not because you want to be the next Casey Neistat. I would say natural growth will lead to a longer lasting and more rewarding time on YT. Finally I might add, film everything! Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Dont do what I do and miss out on tons of videos because you're already half way through something before you pick up the camera! Im so used to just doing the job that I forget that I should film it.

    • The Grahamerican Dream
      The Grahamerican Dream 9 days ago +2

      @LittleSteve that’s right!! We just started our journey and channel as well. And in anything that u do, just continually taking steps forward will eventually get u to where ur headed 😊

    • Teenage Farmer
      Teenage Farmer 9 days ago +2

      @The Grahamerican Dream yes I agree. Thanks and I subscribed to your channel.

  • Kyle Cruise
    Kyle Cruise 7 days ago

    Can you talk more about fertilizer being per applied to the seed to where it could save time and money?

  • laura kelly
    laura kelly 8 days ago

    Good job you two .. you did it. What a good job of directions Onyx

  • NIck Popovic
    NIck Popovic 8 days ago +1

    I have that same fridge and freezer combo in my house. Love it!

  • Philip R
    Philip R 7 days ago +1

    Culver's in River Falls, Wisconsin used a plastic hunting shack for their second drive thru order window during the pandemic. My guess is they got it from Fleet Farm. His shack reminded me of that.

  • Hannah 𝔽**СК МЕ - СНЕℂ𝕂 𝕄𝕐 Рℝ𝟘𝔽𝕀𝕃Е💛

    Peter given advice in the middle of deer stand moving was quality.

    TRANSMITTER GUY 8 days ago

    My son has one of those pellet cookers and he makes kick ass tasting meats on it. A big step above a regular grill, and no gas to buy.

  • Chris Pileski
    Chris Pileski 7 days ago +1

    I love you working with Onyx and giving him a voice. Good job Dad.

  • Arthur A. Applegate, Jr.

    Dear Mrs MFer, you are a queen and we peasants are not worthy 🤯🤗🥰‼️.
    Please continue to keep Zack in line. You remind me of my mom. Always quick with the one liners 😮😊😅😂😅😂. I try to watch every one of your channels. You guys are great parents and excellent orators. It almost like you are trained actors and actresses reading a script 😮🤔🤭🤯.

  • Scot Coon
    Scot Coon 4 days ago

    Our tillage equipment all had it's own pin that stayed with it year round.
    And I can't justify the price of one of those pellet grills.

  • Kedo
    Kedo 8 days ago

    These videos always make me smile ❤

  • Brad Pogue
    Brad Pogue 7 days ago

    Onyx is a awesome deer Hunter Zack you raised him right. My boy is the same way. That is gonna be a nice pole barn can’t wait to see it going up. Trees are looking good. Stay safe and and positive.

  • Tractor Ben
    Tractor Ben 9 days ago +16

    Looks like a tough job to test that grill. Hope y’all enjoy it.

    • Steve Berres
      Steve Berres 9 days ago

      Awesome Zack! She'd will be Awesome!! Luv ur videos!!

  • J Dog
    J Dog 9 days ago

    I love to grill but I don't need to spend $4000 to have a great piece of steak and especially cheap hamburger or Hot dogs no way but love your content. Keep it up!

  • eddie spain
    eddie spain 8 days ago

    Going for a Million. One thing that has frustrated me before joining was the 6 or more days between posts! Still an old fashioned Weber and Charcoal man. The more complicated the Unit the more Repairs over time, just like your Deere Tractors and equipment. It must get frustrating to always be having to make repairs making more money for the Manufacturer and not you....

  • Chris Jordan
    Chris Jordan 8 days ago +1

    My wife just bought me the same grill. I love that thing!

  • BQ
    BQ 8 days ago

    I see where you got your sense of humor! Love Papa Johnson content!

  • Art Henry
    Art Henry 9 days ago +5

    That grill is fantastic!! And your chef is gorgeous!! You are wise to be her "stepnfetchit" Zack!! You could not want for a better job. And Onyx is quite the budding man there. You done good there too. I am drooling all over still from that shot of the pork chop.. ENVY!1 Thanks for taking me along man...

  • John Fleming
    John Fleming 9 days ago

    You need some hold down stakes on that blind. 1/8 steel plate bent into L brackets, lag bolted through the wood and 24” rebar pounded into the ground or ground anchors through the brackets. You wouldn’t want that thing blowing over with Onyx inside it.

  • Adam Davis
    Adam Davis 2 days ago

    That Peter Griffin giggle was spot on! 😂

  • Brian Carey
    Brian Carey 9 days ago +7

    The $3800 grill sure better do something a home range doesn't...))
    Glad to see your son coming up with ideas of his own out in the field.

  • snickrologen
    snickrologen 8 days ago

    The cooking part of the video is a nice new subject of the farming business, it’s like going all the way from soil to the table. Maybe Shawn Baker will show up to test a few steaks on the barbecue….😊

  • Vern Dumas
    Vern Dumas 9 days ago

    On the bee thing. (wasps - bumble - hornet- etc.) A low cost extremely effective environmentally safe way to make them dead, is to use liquid dish soap. Take an adjustable plastic spray bottle as an applicator. Mix a solution of 5% liquid dish soap in water and apply liberally to the bees. (Soak em) This method will take a few minutes to suffocate them.

  • Steven Jacques
    Steven Jacques 9 days ago +9

    You need to buy earth anchors for the 4 corners of the deer stand. Use chain or wire rope to secure the stand to the earth anchors.

  • Charlie Whiskey
    Charlie Whiskey 9 days ago +1

    They need to give you one to give away to a lucky viewer. My Cook Shack is ready to be upgraded.

  • Trace Smail
    Trace Smail 9 days ago

    If you're ever interested in a different elevated blind setup, Redneck Hunting Blinds is the Cadillac, Definitely suggest giving it a look !

  • Mathew Branning
    Mathew Branning 9 days ago

    Thank you for taking time out of your day to do the dirty work and test the grill out...must be a hard life

  • Keith White
    Keith White 9 days ago

    Serious farming question, do you like the Gatorz Specter or Magnum shades best?

  • Mike Barbacovi
    Mike Barbacovi 9 days ago +7

    Onyx giving the old man the business.

  • Kurt Johnson
    Kurt Johnson 9 days ago

    Going to have to look into one of those grills!

  • RA
    RA 9 days ago

    to keep those hunting stands upright we use one of those concrete blocks used for erosion control, approx 4' long 2' thick and 2' to 3' hi we hang it from the center of the floor and lift it in the air just a touch with a heavy duty ratchet strap

  • tarfoot
    tarfoot 9 days ago +1

    Bumble bees will definitely sting but don't get them confused with carpenter bees. They are just a nuisance and love to make holes.👍👍

  • B H
    B H 8 days ago +1

    The head at the end was priceless! Couldn’t stop laughing! 😂

  • Pet Granny
    Pet Granny 9 days ago +3

    Thanks for the dedication to us viewers but now i am really hungry! 😉 Your son has a great eye for angles and mechanics getting that deer blind up-righted!

  • Kevin Collins
    Kevin Collins 9 days ago +1

    I think a lot of people are forgetting you guys had a tornado that destroyed half of the farm and the deer stand. I really doubt even anchors would have kept the deer stand from tipping over. It honestly probably was better for it to lay on it's side for the rest of that brutal storm anyway to be honest. I actually look forward to seeing more grilling. Thanks for sharing the videos with us all guys.

  • Steve
    Steve 6 days ago

    I love it. I'm interested in this working place, what can you do for it? Trucks are so cool, I like everything about it. Trucks are something we use and need for anything, how fascinating. Today we use trucks like fire trucks and garbage trucks to help us work. I can imagine this in history while using a monster truck

  • Mark Reetz
    Mark Reetz 9 days ago

    Thanks Zach. Your dedication is inspiring!!

  • John Boer
    John Boer 6 days ago

    Love the Timberline 850 I purchased earlier this year!

    • cen soew
      cen soew 6 days ago

      Pellet smokers are awesome. Makes you into a good cook

  • Spence W.G.
    Spence W.G. 9 days ago +3

    I believe we need a "Cooking with Becky" segment in the videos now.

  • pdmustgt d
    pdmustgt d 9 days ago

    When we were kids messed with bumble bees and got my brother stung few times LOL. 1 bumble bee can get you more than once too they don't lose their stinger. Ask my brother after 1 chased him and got 3 times. There was hugh nest under grainery in the barn. They were taking barn down and found them and they buried entrance to keep them in. I'm down there with metal rod poking at them and 1 crawled out in the dirt and flew off out the door. Guess what my brother was in doorway and took off running to the house. I ran to other side inside the barn hearing him go ouch ouch ouch. He's inside house smacking screen pissed off bee was trying to get at him. Guess what did same next day but he got stung once. Next summer we had firecrackers, found bumble bee nest blew it up and few wasps nest too. Did find hornets nest didn't screw with them. My aunts husband went to nest that night and froze them with Nitrogen, bagged nest and put it in freezer to make sure they were all dead after few days

  • Mike Brennan
    Mike Brennan 9 days ago +1

    Hey Zach did you get a refund from the Power company for replacing the motor starter based blower to VFD? You should get $/HP for what you replaced. 75HP is real money.

  • Shawn Miller
    Shawn Miller 9 days ago

    The size of that okd motor tells me it is probably rebuildable by the right shop if it needs it. But I doubt it does, I did electrical buying for a Alaska oII company and sent more than a few motors off for rebuilt with forty years or more on them.
    What frame is it?

  • Iron Hill Ranch
    Iron Hill Ranch 9 days ago +6

    Just a tip. Place one of those giant precast concrete blocks that crete companies make with leftovers under the middle of it and strap the stand down to it.

  • Gavin Martin
    Gavin Martin 9 days ago

    Question, can any farm expenses like the new blower be deemed as tax write-offs?

    • Wayne R
      Wayne R 8 days ago

      Everything is deductible!

  • Old Man
    Old Man 9 days ago +1

    Thank you so much for your hours and hours of sacrifice to teach us your endless knowledge of grilling...eat good for me brother

  • You Got That Right
    You Got That Right 7 days ago

    Wow, the millennial farmer. Relies on a small child for directions, wife cooks on a pseudo grill and daughter makes cereal because she doesn’t eat steak. There’s gotta be a quiet place where one can find solace before eating a bullet. 900K subscribers, oh my, it better be a large quiet place.

  • flav2534
    flav2534 4 days ago

    For the deer stand. Now get 2x4s and cut a point on one end and a sledgehammer and drive the 2x4 down in the ground as far as you can get them down each leg of the stand then screw the 2x4s to the legs. Then the wind won't blow it over anymore. And obviously use treated 2x4s

  • Clark
    Clark 9 days ago +6

    I appreciate your sacrifice for the channel and "what she said".

  • Working Man Outdoors

    I can't tell you all the adventures I have had moving tower stands with a tractor and forks, always fun!! Go drive him some stakes in the ground and camp them to each leg so it does not fall again.

  • Plyst3
    Plyst3 8 days ago

    We've got a pitboss not the fancy WiFi one... But man... If you had told me 4 years ago I'd like food off a pellet grill... I'd have laughed at ya. Now? It's the only way to go. Easily the best thing I've bought in the past two years.
    P.S. Try a couple Chickens or a Turkey on it. Absolute banger.

  • Sanjay Chakroborty
    Sanjay Chakroborty 6 days ago

    Very informative video, Just go ahead, Thanks for sharing with us.

  • michael throckmorton

    I like how you park everything in the back of the invisible shed. Not the front or the middle….push that stuff to the back.