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Making Changes on the Farm

How Farms Work
How Farms Work
We clean up manure that was from the previous year. Travis removed a silage feed bunk that we rebuilt 8 years ago, as we will not be using the silos again. Subscribe to How Farms Work ► http://bit.ly/XYVvDd How Farms Work Store ► https://www.HowFarmsWork.com/store.html Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/YpS8oH Follow us on Snapchat: ► https://www.snapchat.com/add/HowFarmsWork Become a Member! ➤ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfECR0XVFoy3DunTSQC-E-g/join Business Inquiries: howfarmswork@gmail.com *Summer Schedule* Expect a new video every Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday! (Schedule May Vary) *Winter Schedule* Expect a new video every Wednesday and Sunday! (Schedule May Vary) How Farms Work by Ryan Kuster is a YouTube channel based in rural Potosi, Wisconsin. Our mission is to teach those who didn't grow up on a farm what the farming life is like. These videos show the Kuster family working together raising cattle and crops. We believe everyone who wants to know more about farming should be able to share the farming experience with us and we look to educate the world on many essential agriculture topics. How Farms Work takes place on ~1,100 acres with around 75-200 cattle at any given time. Four John Deere tractors are currently used on the farm, which are a 4020, 4640, 7600, and 8235R.
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