How Farms Work is a family-friendly YouTube channel that showcases beef and crop farms located in Southwestern Wisconsin. Equipment operation, techniques, and farming strategies are all first-hand accounts given by Ryan, an Agriculture Business major whose family runs these farms. Watch his videos below and check out more on https://www.youtube.com/HowFarmsWork.
Getting In The Christmas Spirit
It's been a few years since I climbed a silo. This time I brought a Christmas light to be seen from miles around!Tractor Therapy
Tractors working ground for the following season. Is there anything more therapeutic?The Speed Of Harvest
We bring harvest to a close with the new John Deere 9770 STS! It was a great year farming with record yields.Hell Or High Water
Our goal today is to finish harvesting corn on the British farm! We've been chipping away at it for a few days and it's time to move on to the next field!Murphy's Law Of Farming
Today we investigate the relationship between two very chaotic systems: Murphy's Law and Farming.How To Make A Round Bale
I show the inside workings of a round baler and explain how it makes round bales!Winter Harvest
We harvest crops in the snow for the first time in years! This farm is the last of Dad's Corn.Bryan Takes The Wheel
We start our final cut on hay on the farms! I let Bryan take the wheel of the 4640 so I could get some filming of my own!The Curse Of August 10
We start the day off repairing the baler, and we haul in bales just in time for a storm to roll in and flatten the corn!The Tractor Graveyard
We took a visit to Hennessey Implement in Dodgeville and visited their small tractor graveyard!Baling Hay Combined
We wrap up first cutting by baling the valley! I got a little risky with the drone but didn't crash it until I came in for a landing :(The Latest In Planting Technology
Andrew brings a planter with most of the latest technology to demonstrate for us and his students!Problem After Problem
Travis and Ryan begin harvesting Ryan's last 60 acre corn field! We had a lot of issues this year in this field, more in a single day than on any other farms this year.