Iowa Farm Damage

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Millennial Farmer

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The Iowa Farm Damage is pretty unbelievable. It's unlike anything I've ever seen in my lifetime. Thank you to the Iowa farmers who took time out of there days to show me around. Early on in the trip I made a quick stop at an equipment auction and for a quick minute I thought I bought my first combine.
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if this is not the most 2020 thing ever I don't know what id
HALE BURNSIDE MD
HALE BURNSIDE MD 16 kun oldin
even if you could harvest the grain , there is no place to store it
David Almeroth
David Almeroth 19 kun oldin
Timemark 8:22 Praise God. Glory. Peace and blessings of Lord Jesus upon you and yours
Jaime Boutin
Jaime Boutin 23 kun oldin
Damage of what?
Tyrone Pelz
Tyrone Pelz Oy oldin
Did anyone die in the storm or tornado
joann ford
joann ford Oy oldin
Yes, I like you saying THUNDUrurur. I also like when you explain what you are doing as many things have changed from what they had in the 80's when I drove a Case tractor in the bottom near the river bed. Land was really sandy soil. Your soil is rich and black which is great looking soil. Thanks for your help and keep up the great work beinging a farmer.
Kyle Albrecht
Kyle Albrecht Oy oldin
I just started rebuilding the slater grain silos!
MaryLea Ostle
MaryLea Ostle Oy oldin
The winds turned and headed back out west and there the fires burned for 10 days and kept all of us captive in our houses. That was a nothing compared to this farmer. God bless him
MaryLea Ostle
MaryLea Ostle Oy oldin
Fascinating
Hugh Stephenson
Hugh Stephenson 2 oy oldin
I'm in Northeast Wyoming right next to the BNSF tracks and have seen grain train after grain (corn? Soybean?) Trains going by since this derecho. Thousands of cars headed east
Tyler A.
Tyler A. 2 oy oldin
... not a mask in sight...
George Isaak
George Isaak 2 oy oldin
After watching this video all i can say is this. May the Almighty protect all those people , onwers and volunteers that help others stand up on their feet again , May God bless them all with peaceful harvest next time ! Although this was sad to watch if you think about it from another point of view it seems that farmers got some decent support from their community !
Brogen Skoglund
Brogen Skoglund 2 oy oldin
I live in dayton 15 min from fort dodge
Caleb Herbert
Caleb Herbert 2 oy oldin
im not aloud to go to a farm auction lol
Elijah Delano
Elijah Delano 2 oy oldin
Live in south Florida... Never heard anything.. not a peep
Jake B
Jake B 2 oy oldin
everyone loves to say "insurance will cover everything and no one will be out anything" in order for insurance companies to make profit they have to take in more than they pay out. All this means is the rates will go up or coverage will go down. The insurance company always wins. Its never a good thing when you have to make a claim
Chris Ackerley
Chris Ackerley 2 oy oldin
MILF: Do not belive the self-serving Leftist scumbags who claim this storm is caused by climate change. Wrong! These storms have occurred in the Midwest for as long as Europeans have farmed here. The term "Derecho" was first coined to describe the storm that hit Iowa on 31 July 1877. This type of destructive wind storm has occurred every decade or two ever since.
Brian Shepherd
Brian Shepherd 2 oy oldin
The farmers had it real bad, but draw a straight line from Ames to Davenport, in town just about every tree over 20 foot was trashed, mother nature on a serious tear
Lucas
Lucas 3 oy oldin
I was home alone during all of this and it was very bad in Ames
Lucas
Lucas 3 oy oldin
I live just north of iowa in Gilbert iowa and it was really bad here
jan khalil
jan khalil 3 oy oldin
Cant all this corn cut to silage?
Nick
Nick 3 oy oldin
I'm from the armpit of America(New York)we hardly heard of the devastation that occurred in Iowa. Farmers feed all of us, we could do better. I don't hear anyone complaining about what happened either, these people are the backbone of our country. GOD BLESS THEM ALL......................
David Hostetler
David Hostetler 3 oy oldin
It is amazing the force that the wind had.
Charles Torrez
Charles Torrez 3 oy oldin
God bless you and your family and other Farmers of America for doing what y'all do to keep the rest of the rest of America can eat!!!!
Allen Mcleod
Allen Mcleod 3 oy oldin
Wow! That was heartbreaking! Thanks for sharing Zach.
Evan Pasenau
Evan Pasenau 3 oy oldin
Are you looking specifically for an s780
ALUCARDBOND007 Gaming
ALUCARDBOND007 Gaming 3 oy oldin
GOD BLESS!
Kuber Chavare
Kuber Chavare 3 oy oldin
Good morning sir how many hecters is your farm? how many people working there through out the year? Big farm.
Trae Butler
Trae Butler 3 oy oldin
you probably won't see this but I wanted to say thank you for calling attention to the damage here in Iowa. Were still hurting, but good people like you calling attention to it allows us to get help. Thank you.
RealAmericanGaming
RealAmericanGaming 3 oy oldin
I was in my semi during this storm. I was parked thankfully but it was not fun
Devin Rodriguez
Devin Rodriguez 3 oy oldin
This video just breaks my heart. I don’t think I’ve stopped tearing up sense you left the auction and it just keeps getting worse
IIrykr
IIrykr 3 oy oldin
It was crazy sky was so dark and the next thing I knew I almost got blown away
Tyler Rankin
Tyler Rankin 3 oy oldin
The bin in the center of the bean field we now him and do work for him it took the concrete and all and slide it
ObsessionPC
ObsessionPC 3 oy oldin
ruf? rough? wruf? rhuf? ruph? ro͞of Sorry :P
Curt
Curt 4 oy oldin
DOES PRESIDENT TRUMP KNOW ABOUT THIS DESTRUCTION?
Pat Milliken
Pat Milliken 4 oy oldin
Thanks for doing this, brother. I know this is an older post, but thanks for bringing this to everyone who isn't aware of, or who doesn't realize, what farmers everywhere go through, with weather.
Rick Barrows
Rick Barrows 4 oy oldin
WOW....so sad....
David Hunt
David Hunt 4 oy oldin
I wonder what Trump thinks, he probably doesn't give a damn (freedom of speech)
Owen Slaughter
Owen Slaughter 4 oy oldin
The beans down in west Virginia are getting dry
Nick Ardoin
Nick Ardoin 4 oy oldin
That man’s cat really enjoyed being held. Never seen one sit still for that long. Very devastating damage out that way. 2020 has not been an easy year for the American farmer and rancher.
NC Farmer
NC Farmer 4 oy oldin
Thank you for the video. We were wanting 175 bu corn here on the coast of NC but nope, 135bu. Pretty sure we burned up when we needed the rain most. Prayers for our neighbors who have to pick all that downed corn out there.
Dana Chappell
Dana Chappell 4 oy oldin
Glad you got to meet the funniest family I know. Yes, they are a bit weird at first, but they do grow on you (just like corn grows in a field). They can talk your ear off, and feed you until you burst if you don't stop them.. hahahahaha!!! Hoping you had a good trip through there.
DerpyPenguin
DerpyPenguin 4 oy oldin
CATegory!
pgadams1
pgadams1 4 oy oldin
Thanks for getting this story out to your audience.
Iram Ayala
Iram Ayala 4 oy oldin
Big fan work in larchwood I really wish I would’ve seen you
Gildas Ngakeu
Gildas Ngakeu 4 oy oldin
So good, i want this machine
Theresa McMullen
Theresa McMullen 4 oy oldin
Who hasn’t heard of it ? Us , Americans ? Correct. I’m only here now because I punched it in the search box. Recent Iowa storms. The shit that they decide isn’t important enough to keep the people informed about is guaranteed to impact their futures negatively . Generations of futures no less.
Bigbird
Bigbird 4 oy oldin
Amazing that this devastation didn't make the news in the northeast!
Ellis Railfanning Forever
Ellis Railfanning Forever 4 oy oldin
That damage is devastating! I was expecting Cole to be in the video at some point. 28:03
Thomas Drenth
Thomas Drenth 4 oy oldin
That’s what my corn was like after Dorian
Dasquadwith6
Dasquadwith6 4 oy oldin
I made my wife jump about a foot in the air when I said "OMG, he's in LARCHWOOD!"...her family is from there. Occasionally, Steffes is chock full of tractors. Thanks for coming down to visit.
Hi Scifi
Hi Scifi 4 oy oldin
I don't suppose you got much use for Corn Silage out there. ( Mostly Dairy Farming here in UK.)
Latif 7 pk agriculture
Latif 7 pk agriculture 4 oy oldin
good
jaimon nelson
jaimon nelson 4 oy oldin
I used to go by the Luther grain bins on my way to work everyday I live by fort dodge I went to Glidden and carrol area the corn is flat the whole field
sailingsolar
sailingsolar 4 oy oldin
it's a shame he didn't pray before the roof was pulled off. Would have saved his roof!
Abby Abbott
Abby Abbott 4 oy oldin
Next time you're in central Iowa, stop by Eby Trailers for a tour! We would love to have you come check out our new grain trailer line!
waterskiingfool
waterskiingfool 4 oy oldin
Glad to see there's company's out there volunteering to help clean up
Quinn Odenthal
Quinn Odenthal 4 oy oldin
Could you not get out there and turn it to silage? I know it’s a little late now being 3 weeks but...
Gene Sloan
Gene Sloan 4 oy oldin
Busted out laughing at the last comment! Nice!
Tommy Shannon
Tommy Shannon 4 oy oldin
Come to Illinois Moore Drive in Iowa.
A&R Farms
A&R Farms 4 oy oldin
I’m on the coast in South Carolina. Been thru storms like that many times and it’s damn sure no fun. Praying for all the ppl affected. Breaks my heart to see all those ruined crops. I’ve been there many times w a beautiful crop blown flat down or stripped from hail. It’s been so wet down here this year and 50% of all the farmland is just growing weeds. One my best buddies works for crop insurance co and said he has never seen so many pp claims as he has this year, and he’s been in it over 20 years. We lost most of our produce crops this year, didn’t get any soybeans planted. Did plant 150 acres of corn and a 120 ac of milo. Had 500 acres burnt down for soybeans, but couldn’t ever get in the field. Corn looks pretty good here, but soybeans crop looks like crap. Why I don’t know, but a lot of farmers planted right on till mid august and beans aren’t 6” tall and yellow. Honestly it’s been pure hell past 3-4 years. As much as I love farming, born and raised on farm, it’s honestly got to where there is zero joy in it anymore, and that’s sad af. I use to be so pumped all year long ready for each stage of the year, now it’s mostly dread.
Ramp Tower
Ramp Tower 4 oy oldin
Cole the Cornstar brought me here.
Swampbilly
Swampbilly 4 oy oldin
Holy crap that guy’s mullet is only topped by Jesus because we all know he had one
iBelieve
iBelieve 4 oy oldin
Sup
J Essary Farms
J Essary Farms 4 oy oldin
Y’all check this out. It may help pick up your downed corn. uzpost.info/vision/video/qbmNyreshoiCnps.html
Mark Arnott
Mark Arnott 4 oy oldin
Holly silo that tornado did some damage 26:00 >
Mark Arnott
Mark Arnott 4 oy oldin
Found this video Australia 🦘How yah like this long extended air seeder think its a 600hp Baldwin tractor uzpost.info/vision/video/b7exnKSbdWh9moU.html another close up uzpost.info/vision/video/mLamp9Z_ameqaIE.html cheers 🥂
MrChriselicious
MrChriselicious 4 oy oldin
This is devestating to watch, cant even imageon how the people affected feal :(
Martin Richardson
Martin Richardson 4 oy oldin
Donated to Global Serve! Thank you for sharing your experiences!
Piton Pete
Piton Pete 4 oy oldin
@ 19:20 ~ Great Video, but I think 99% of the People in the US don't know where there food comes from and a lot of them have advanced degrees! Thanks!
Meanold bonbon
Meanold bonbon 4 oy oldin
sick of the iowa senators not voting for the people i am so i made my mind up and now i need your help please fill in the oval box and write in Kent Keller for Iowa senator he was a navy veteran that served on the U.S.S. IOWA BB-61 for some yrs while active duty and a general eng. contractor that even donated to the hospital in council bluffs iowa while doing a project there almost 200,000.00 dollars i bet joni or greenfield did not do any of this and he grew up on the small farm and was a farmer for his grandparents as well running hogs and cattle and wheat and soybeans and milo for crops i bet joni did not cut over 1000 pigs herself i bet all small companies greenfield will destroy them since she push them out for big box stores and that kill iowa the nation was built on small companies backs so lets keep iowa this way and make the good old Iowa a greater place to live with stronger future and bring other small companies back here. i ask joni for help when i was a victim of identity she said sorry can not help you... the entire state said the same thing when you buy land an a house as a project to fix good old grandpa house up from renter destroying it and then become a victim of major corruption and vandalized non stop and identity theft, and state of kansas refuse to do anything what is a man to do for almost 19 yrs of corruption and theft from title of home stolen and funds from district attorney officer i hired as lawyer on land and house deal, and local cops and sheriff in cult group and judge step son was a local drug dealer and he drunk on bench and on the take of drug sales, and they want me to look up to this corruption people I SAY HELL NO i fought for this county no freaking way i went to legal aid in iowa and she was so bad she did not even know what a federal irs loss form was so they put every thing as income what a nightmare its been but i still help some of the veteran disable vets out now and then when i can i have my limits as well. i did get hurt while deployed but i am not holding against any iowa people since they was not from here in this great state i have great neighbors and farms and land owners and towns people here we all get a long but we do need over site in all law enforcement i can see that in this nation not police looking over police a complete different division of over site more bios that reviews all facts. and regulations, and this goes all the way from local police to the attorney general office. i am sorry i have to put it in hard words but crime was done they need to do the time... to pay for there crimes.. I do miss the tractor and freedom of going around and around in the field and the smell of fresh turned dirt in the field as all farmers do. and building small structures i done storm sewers boxes for yrs and also retro fit homes and even commercial property retro fits so as a contractor i done tons of work from federal to highway to commercial and homes and deal with people one on one and no issue and i enjoy meeting people and seeing how they do things and what they might need to help them make there lives better , i would make sure they get the help they need so write kent keller in for iowa state senator and fill in oval office i dont have funding like the other ladies since i not on the party ticket but they woke me up and i have to help this great nation out of a jam again i will do so....
stumpy2816
stumpy2816 4 oy oldin
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iks explorations follower
iks explorations follower 4 oy oldin
That area looks like its been stomped on by a giant, Hope all you farmers will be able to recover soon as, Thank God that they are safe,. Our farmers here in Australia have been suffering for awhile, the weather here has been so damn nuts.
katiev9494
katiev9494 3 oy oldin
Hope y’all’s farmers are doing okay :( seems like us Americans and the Australians deal with lots of weather issues
Sir Snacksalot The Hungry
Sir Snacksalot The Hungry 4 oy oldin
I wish I could help on a farm out that way. I can't see good enough to drive, and would be the clueless city slicker when it comes to the machinery you use! Hats off to you, I use a shovel and a small knife for most of my "farming" a 1200 square foot plot (don't laugh, yes square feet not acres! ). Anyway, the countryside calls me from crazy Los Angeles.
Michael MacDonell
Michael MacDonell 4 oy oldin
Man. My heart goes out to these farmers. I've been donating via the Welker/ Fast activity, which goes to a similar organisation. I could hug the heck out of all you lot.
hot dawg
hot dawg 4 oy oldin
He said not to use a bad cliche about the storm, but I just can't resist since im from Western Iowa. "Dont be tellin any secrets with all them ears around you guys"... I saw the title of this video and sitting here in Ida Grove was wondering what is going on, and forgot about the storm that passed through a week ago tho it wasnt really here. Not like eastern got it.. I hope you all are okay and hello from western Iowa. Iowa, or like my buddies from Arkansas like to call it.... Idaho.
Danny Allen
Danny Allen 4 oy oldin
I'm really surprised that UZpost hasn't band you for praising God....
Gary Jones
Gary Jones 4 oy oldin
Wow what a wonderful guy ya heart just goes out to him I hope he gets straightened out and his farm back the way it was he definitely loves his animals that cat just loves having his head scratched that’s for sure god bless these hard working people thanks for sharing the video
Of Ether
Of Ether 4 oy oldin
sorry for your loss!
Samuel
Samuel 4 oy oldin
#Thanklinemen
Iowa Farmer
Iowa Farmer 4 oy oldin
Here in WC Iowa, we've only had 3.5" of rain since the ground has thawed back in the spring. Crops have been doing well until this last month. They are probably surviving off of the over abundance of rain we had last year. Currently the crops are drying up, corn in the last 5 days are burn drying. Chopped some silage, yields are 40 to 100bu. off of normal.
MRIJOHN
MRIJOHN 4 oy oldin
Bail the corn fodder and sell it to composters.
Robert Payne
Robert Payne 4 oy oldin
One of the cheapest insurance for corn and wheat against wind damages is phosphorous potash appled per Soil Test .phosphorous for plant strength Stalk and root potash for bloom and seed retention
Nick Berg
Nick Berg 4 oy oldin
It looks like the newest bins were the most impacted. Perhaps the structural engineers need to bump up their wind design parameters?
Bearly Breathing
Bearly Breathing 4 oy oldin
Those guys were weird. Cole the Cornstar.
Dave Lee
Dave Lee 4 oy oldin
Hopefully iowa farmers will go together and reserve as many grain railcars that they can get sure would beat storing on the ground.
Robert Reznik
Robert Reznik 4 oy oldin
Avalon stores a lot on the ground in north west Texas. Here the feeding industry blends low test weight Midwest corn with our heavy corn. We may not have enough quality because of our hot dry year!
John Doe
John Doe 4 oy oldin
Can the corn be chopped for silage?
Eric Lakota
Eric Lakota 4 oy oldin
Love it im cristian believer who found God Jesus is awsome and love how all farmers love God and are believers great. Farmers are so bisey and still started that valitear help organisation .
Eric Lakota
Eric Lakota 4 oy oldin
I believe jesus was their holding the wall up not just how it happend amen
Regan Mahoney
Regan Mahoney 4 oy oldin
I live on the east coast and not in farm country and this hurts me. Thanks for sharing. And meanwhile corporate steak houses are getting all of the economic aid right now and shortchanging the small farmer.
That one person
That one person 4 oy oldin
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T B
T B 4 oy oldin
Omg !! set on the men table, eat their meals and using abusive words!! Uncomfortable place to eat something!!! Men u have lot of psychic problems
David Stangl
David Stangl 4 oy oldin
Can the corn be chopped for silage?
kb7722
kb7722 4 oy oldin
I barely recognized Cole without his Pit Viper sunglasses. If you are wanting some Pit Vipers, headed over to Cole the Corn Star for 15% off!
Bill Oklahoma
Bill Oklahoma 4 oy oldin
Please include the "School Lunch Program" in your videos with reference to the damage sufferred by Iowa from the recent Derecho in their state. I am sure that that program is probably critical to their and your survival. Since the libs are doing their best to derail this critical program it seems to me that a little gentle reminder to your audience wouldn't hurt. Thanks!
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Michael Neuman
Michael Neuman 4 oy oldin
I am glad you are showing this, and our prayers go out to all those effected. My buddy has family in Estherville Iowa and they luckily missed it to their south.
Casey Beavan
Casey Beavan 4 oy oldin
how high was your bid ?
Raymond L
Raymond L 4 oy oldin
Mother Nature is a stern task master. My sympathies for all those farmers struggling to make a living and recovering from this damage.
Rev Engine
Rev Engine 4 oy oldin
Waiting for harvest videos
J S
J S 4 oy oldin
Maybe if you had voted for science rather than a few more farm subsidies
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