Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend

12-Yan, 2021
217 780 Ko‘rishlar soni

Today I had to say goodbye to a piece of my childhood, our old combine. This was a bittersweet moment. In today's episode we also loaded corn, plugged a pipe on a grain bin, and I share our main farm research resource. Thank you for watching!
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Cole The Cornstar, aka Cole, is a 4th generation family farmer from Central Iowa who is the life force behind his family’s 1,700 acre farm. Cole promotes agriculture by filming his day-to-day adventures with his Dad (Daddy Cornstar) and brother (Cooper) on the farm. With a lot of help from Daddy Cornstar, Cole instills humor and education into his videos fit for both young adults and adults. Despite being 23-years old, Cole has an old-fashion work ethic with an innovative approach toward agricultural technology and practices. Cole's mission is to prove the American Dream is not dead and be a megaphone for agricultural education and innovation, from technological advances in farming equipment to conservation practices.
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  • Excuse me Mr Cornstar I hear via the internet that you are an expert in the art of shop cleaning and organization. I’d like to hire your services. Pay is 1 ribeye a day

    Brian's Farming VideosBrian's Farming Videos13 kun oldin
    • @Brian's Farming Videos Colab with Cole?

      Just a youtube channelJust a youtube channel11 kun oldin
    • I will 1 up it, rib eye and chocolate milk

      Shane KumarShane Kumar12 kun oldin
    • Dang that’s great payout MR cornstar will take that job in an instant.

      Savilla JonesSavilla Jones13 kun oldin
    • Omg sable has turned into a mini daddy cornstar with the overalls on! 😂😂

      Jake RomainJake Romain13 kun oldin
    • Just need to develop OCD Brian.. Works great lol

      Jarrett FullertonJarrett Fullerton13 kun oldin
  • Sable and i, Mr D C sir

    Victor DoddsVictor DoddsSoat oldin
  • What happened to Nave and you?

    John MarcelJohn Marcel19 soat oldin
  • I got the shirt from Beck's

    The Winter LifeThe Winter Life20 soat oldin
  • Daddy cornstar you rock would to have loved to have had a father like ❤️🇺🇸

    Jim SmithJim SmithKun oldin
  • "First time I've ever done that before"-Daddy Cornstar. Who else would think of putting that together? I've never done that before + first time I've ever done that- genius, its why we love him;)

    Catherine HodgesCatherine Hodges2 kun oldin
  • once when my mind lost myself, I put on wet jeans and got frostbite! I think I fit in with your family DC!

    Catherine HodgesCatherine Hodges2 kun oldin

    CatWith ABatCatWith ABat5 kun oldin
  • Looks like Sable has learned her way around a farm. Able to do so many things now. Way to go Sable.

    Melissa KowalewslkiMelissa Kowalewslki5 kun oldin
  • Cole it looks like a lot of fun working on the farm. I'm glad you explain what you do on the farm. I have never worked on a farm so I don't know what you do on a farm. I and from Illinois and I miss the snow because now I live in Florida. It's been awhile since I've seen snow and I kind of miss it. I wish I was there to help you but I'm 61 years old so I don't know what I could do to help at that age. But I do get a lot of enjoyment out of watching you guys and your whole family. God bless you all and stay safe

    Wild HorsesWild Horses6 kun oldin
  • Do you know the works of David Brandt?

    TT6 kun oldin
  • So does the free book t shirt and popcorn actually come

    Nathan StahlNathan Stahl7 kun oldin
  • Do you know when Becks will e-mail me for a link for the webinar

    Maxwell KnappMaxwell Knapp7 kun oldin
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    Brandon FleetwoodBrandon Fleetwood8 kun oldin
  • In my country Croatia, Case 9230-2013 hours - 1300 without tracks with header 40 feet can by for 110000 eur

    Mario JelićMario Jelić9 kun oldin
  • I'm afraid of heights. Some of the video was 😬 but still cool.

    J PonduforusJ Ponduforus9 kun oldin
  • think this is a nice way to use machines all year around

    heimir Eggerz johannssonheimir Eggerz johannsson9 kun oldin
  • At least there’s lots of pictures and graphs in that book.

    C WC W10 kun oldin
  • Sable needs more camera time.

    Pete BuschPete Busch11 kun oldin
  • I suggest the Daddy 🌽 should leave the camera on the ground .. before he has a bad accident better perverten it from happening get go pro to your chest instead.

    Jesus SarabiaJesus Sarabia11 kun oldin
  • I have a few questions that youi can address in your upcoming videos'. One, why soybeans and corn and number two why not any other kinda crop

    unchained20000000unchained2000000011 kun oldin
  • The unruly sister-in-law anaerobically fit because suggestion exceptionally offend failing a obedient suggestion. giant, quick bookcase

    Donna DiazDonna Diaz11 kun oldin
  • What is that valve on your desk from at 1:13?

    Adam NewmanAdam Newman11 kun oldin
  • I like hearing about all the aspects of farming. The office work is something rarely talked about on farm videos, so thank you, Cole.

    Miss SunnyMiss Sunny11 kun oldin
  • How do you like the Hiniker cultivator? I know it’s a little off top of the video but spotted it in the shed. I’ve been debating about getting one to make a side dressing rig out of it.

    Loland HaulkLoland Haulk11 kun oldin
  • Are t shirts and popcorn guaranteed to all people that sign up?

    Haley BlankenshipHaley Blankenship11 kun oldin
  • Remember its not about maximizing yield but optimizing profits.

    Cody dogCody dog11 kun oldin
  • Hey Cole, what floor mats do you have in the 340? I've been trying to find them, but i dont know where to look. Oh,and thanks for the info about the Becks book.

    Craig SniderCraig Snider11 kun oldin
  • Ladies first!...Sable?

    William DonaWilliam Dona11 kun oldin
  • if she was waiting on jeans to dry then its im[ossible they were aired properly before she was to wear them. Thats how you get colds or ill. Buy a second pair and make sure all washed clothes are "aired'. She is young, so if she dont understand Im sure there is a mother or two out there with experience that will explain it to her.

    Thelarrs110Thelarrs11011 kun oldin
  • I have discovered your channel is like a Fungus.... It grows on ya... 😁 Good Job Gang... Russ

    Russ RoepkeRuss Roepke11 kun oldin
  • Yay!!! No Coop! Better return??

    franielee38franielee3812 kun oldin
  • Cornelis Viljoen :

    cornel viljoencornel viljoen12 kun oldin
  • I’ll take a 3xl please

    John EngelsmanJohn Engelsman12 kun oldin
  • Love the way you are going through the equipment fast

    natenate12 kun oldin
  • DC cracks me up. Remember the days when DC was shy and didn’t have any use for UZworld. Now he can’t put the camera down. Keep it up Cornstars

    Gerald FelchGerald Felch12 kun oldin
  • Be safe...

    Randall LaueRandall Laue12 kun oldin
  • just thank your lucky stars for sable - without her the entire operation would be asunder in no time - she is the sandblasted rock of the operation and everybody knows it #sable roi - incalculable, tco low and steady but looking forward to upgrades #arbitration hearings #cornstar bright spots #d&b prospectus

    shep hustedshep husted12 kun oldin
  • Cole, for those of you farmers that lose the desire to work the land, I have story; I'm a plumber, so don't get excited (like I do) because there is plumbing in this story. You probably think I am a long winded old windbag already, so I'll jump to the bottom line. For twenty five years of my construction career worked for one man, followed him through two companies and then worked for him when he had his own. Alan was born on a horse farm- really a husbandry farm, to be honest. He grew up in a world of tractors and trailers and cradle machines that would hold a brahma bull secure will you ran an inspection up his hoo ha. He had a fascination with flying and that became his hobby. By now you are champing at the bit saying where the heck is the plumbing, aside form the brahma bull's problem- I'll get there! When his grandfather died the husbandry operation had too much debt so to the auction it went- Alan went to work for a steel construtor company that made railroad tank cars and red iron steel kits for the bare steel erection of big buildings.By the age of twenty five, he was junior to only a few in the plants where he worked. Now to the plumbing! He was "headhunted" by a large motel/hotel corporation to provide a national assist base for their hotels. When they went bankrupt four years later, Alan came to Texas to run a construction company; at thirty three he had several very difficult to get certifications in hospital service and maintenance, welding certificates, electrician's license he had it all and already the seasoning to be a great boss. That is where I met him and went to work as a licensed plumber with in that company. Well on day I came in to work and Alan says "I don't really need any more plumbers today, but I need an AC man", to which I answered, "Alan, I don't know beans about AC" I could probably fake my way through assembling one but....Aln, sly dog that he was, said " Nothing to it! Here use my guages and special tools , and call me when you get confused" that was the beginning of my real education at construction- for the next twenty plus years, I learned something new about every other day, some times two new things in one day. I learned more, became better at what I was already good at and enjoyed most every day I worked for and with him, He was a farm kid, no college, no fancy education, just about three tones of common sense and a natural engineer- as he put it, exactly what a successful farmer needs to be. On the way to that he bought up of leased out over 4000 acres and managed it "part time" with his father in law for a partner. I worked there sometimes after he got his own out fit- and I had to learn about some new things again! And that is my story- probably not as much plumbing as you were expecting but that is how it goes with plumbing stories. And to start and at heart he was just a farmer! Big title if you ask me!

    frederic rikefrederic rike12 kun oldin
  • Love the exhaust valve paper weight.

    Curtis GregoryCurtis Gregory12 kun oldin
  • I think we should keep Sabels personal private... People are late sometimes...

    DSDS12 kun oldin
  • F

    Daniel BrauerDaniel Brauer12 kun oldin
  • "Ladies first..." 😅

    Level-Up LearningLevel-Up Learning12 kun oldin
  • When Cole’s in a good mood: Free stuff!

    Redford the FarmerRedford the Farmer12 kun oldin
  • Cole..... I just want to see more bathroom remodeling. Get to work buddy!

    gina delsassogina delsasso12 kun oldin
    • Me mimicking you mimicking us. LoL

      gina delsassogina delsasso12 kun oldin
  • I think it's great that you are passing on the free materials. That stuff is very helpful.

    Lynne PergLynne Perg12 kun oldin
  • Appears as if some of the tires on your auger there aren't so good. Lol!

    James RoundingJames Rounding12 kun oldin
  • Thank you Cole for sharing the information for Beck's Practical Farm Research. Your understanding is spot on that a cornerstone for the beginning of validity of a study comes from the research being conducted by an unbiased, neutral 3rd party with credentials in the field. (Other thing you mentioned, large sample size, is pretty important also.) Even if the research is conducted by a 3rd party, knowing who funds that study is also key to gauge impartiality. I am a high school science teacher and I try to incorporate within the curriculum I teach the essentials of being a critical consumer of information. I ordered my T-shirt and packet and I look forward to peruse the packet and look at the methodology and outcomes of the proven ROI practices. For the record, yes, I am a nerdy geek that likes to look at data and statistics.

    Corey BruecknerCorey Brueckner12 kun oldin
  • Have you explained why the constant moving of the corn and I missed it? We don't have operations like yours in Maine.

    Patrick McGrathPatrick McGrath12 kun oldin
  • Hey cole! There is this guy who is starting a 1st generation farm called grant hilbart. He’s a UZworldr as well. You should do a collaboration with him and help him out!

    Dakota FredDakota Fred12 kun oldin
  • Cindy Nelson we love you and your family. Greatest channel on UZworld.

    Cindy YoungCindy Young12 kun oldin
  • Ik zie geen link voor mijn gratis t-shirt ¿

    Jack DamhuisJack Damhuis12 kun oldin
  • I see Daddy Cornstar is using the anti-theft tires on the auger, even though it is inside!

    Jim RJim R12 kun oldin
  • What did you do with Your girlfriend?

    Rick WatsonRick Watson12 kun oldin
  • GMO corn and Soy causes CANCER...

    Michael McbratneyMichael Mcbratney12 kun oldin
  • I wonder I’ll get the free shirt and popcorn in Canada haha

    TylerTyler12 kun oldin
  • Believe it or not, I loved the infomercial on the informational booklet! This is stuff we city kids never imagined, and it's cool!

    Marilyn WoodardMarilyn Woodard12 kun oldin
  • hi

    Amanda GossAmanda Goss12 kun oldin
  • I did the bocks thing but I did five

    Tomy LeeTomy Lee12 kun oldin
  • Haven't seen Hneva for a while....

    John RamboJohn Rambo12 kun oldin
  • Ohh Daddy Cornstar why does Sable only have one pair of pants you not paying her enough Mr

    Patrick JerniganPatrick Jernigan12 kun oldin
  • Maybe next time, try to say every word in a different location...

    Thomas VleermuisThomas Vleermuis12 kun oldin
  • When will nava be back in your videos?

    Dorkasaurus 900Dorkasaurus 90012 kun oldin
  • The ole Red Girl sure harvested a lot of corn over the years. She even survived the Covid Year of storm damage down corn with flying colors, made the farm some money when it looked like all was lost. She earned her rest in Combine Heaven

    gunga dingunga din13 kun oldin
  • I see corn futures are currently on a 5 year high. What is causing this? Could this mean profitability for the Cornstars?

    KonzuugKonzuug13 kun oldin
    • Supply and demand! Yes, $5 corn is profitable.

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
    • Soybean is high too

      KonzuugKonzuug13 kun oldin

    Gary HardinGary Hardin13 kun oldin

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • I laughed so hard at, “It smells like barf!”

    Brown YounginsBrown Youngins13 kun oldin
  • I'm curious as to what happens to the corn after it leaves the farm to go being made into food. How they wash it and handle it to get rid of all the dust and dirt it no doubt catches from all the equipment.

    Otto NiittymäkiOtto Niittymäki13 kun oldin
  • Our farm uses becks seeds and they are very generous in returning the favor. My moms getting a Duramax suburban out of the points

    Trent ChamberlainTrent Chamberlain13 kun oldin
  • Tbh I was more interested in the book than the shirt ahah. That Becks research is like a mini gold mine of info. I love that stuff and when you put it in your videos definitely interesting to see your thought process!

    Cody DoucetCody Doucet13 kun oldin
  • Cole says, "This stuff never happens in July..." Well, welcome to winter! LOL

    John BollerJohn Boller13 kun oldin
  • Daddy cornstar love those moans and groans. They are necessary! And, your one liners.....your way funny, one man show.🌽🌽🌽

    Joan TabbJoan Tabb13 kun oldin
  • I live and work near there main facility in Atlanta In its a amazing plant i used to get seed from there when I farmed

    Dj BennettDj Bennett13 kun oldin
  • Office work, why are you so boring? Almost made me snort coffee out my nose sitting at my computer doing my office work. Ah well, someone has to do it right?

    Kim HallumsKim Hallums13 kun oldin
  • I'm excited about your grain elevator upgrade, I can't imagine how excited you guys are about it!

    Kevin BurantKevin Burant13 kun oldin
  • My my you corn stars are always busy busy busy. You videos are always so educational and fun. Keep them coming.

    Leonard SandersLeonard Sanders13 kun oldin
  • Always thought Moonshine smelled like rotten corn.

    Basso MaticBasso Matic13 kun oldin
  • I've been binge watching there videos all night. My cousin is a big screen farmer and I wanted to get an insight into his business. We live 5000 miles apart so it's hard to ask in person 😀. He's in southern Indiana if you were wondering

    Jeremy M.Jeremy M.13 kun oldin
  • Ricky Robinson I enjoy watching you guys.

    Ricky RobinsonRicky Robinson13 kun oldin
    • Enter that through the link in the description 😇

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • 15 years repairing grain legs, I knew pretty quick that the dead head was plugged.

    Kody KenwayKody Kenway13 kun oldin
  • Seems like there is a lot of waste. "Here a spill there a spill, everywhere a spill spill; Oh ColeDonald had a farm Ee I Ee I oh! "

    rich40701rich4070113 kun oldin
    • 😂😂😂

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • I was waiting for you to also add "Peter Piper Picked a Patch of Pickled Peppers."

    Boris 2112Boris 211213 kun oldin
  • My girlfriend told me to ask you if you can please post more videos of you renovating your house 🏠 👷‍♂️🧑‍🔧

    PrestigeWorldWidePrestigeWorldWide13 kun oldin
    • They'll be here soon 😁

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • what is your last name

    Cathy RobertsCathy Roberts13 kun oldin
  • Does Sable get extra pay to babysit DC every day? I think the boys hired her just so they don’t need to any more. That’s the smartest move of 2020 at Cornstar farms!

    Jed DursoJed Durso13 kun oldin
  • Congrats you all. DC the comedian in chief.

    Drones Eye ViewDrones Eye View13 kun oldin
  • I like the theft-proof tires on the auger!

    Wave TraderWave Trader13 kun oldin
  • LOL Dadcornstar 🤣🤣🤣🤣❤ Ladies FIRST!

    adira odedaadira odeda13 kun oldin
  • Have you ever tried becks seed?

    Andy PickhinkeAndy Pickhinke13 kun oldin
    • Last year was our first time

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • Now that you have a new combine with greater capabilities, it should cut your harvest time in half (theoretically). Do you think you might add another income stream by doing custom harvesting?

    Craig StoryCraig Story13 kun oldin
  • So With the new Been site you probably won’t have to put corn in the big machine Shed anymore will you

    Exact Gaming plusExact Gaming plus13 kun oldin
  • Hi Cole! Do you know where your corn eventually ends up? Corn syrup? Ethanol? ( non farmer type here- haha)

    L GreerL Greer13 kun oldin
    • Ethanol and animal feed mostly

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • Daddy the auger needs two new tyres?🙋‍♀️🤔🤔

    vera jamiesonvera jamieson13 kun oldin
  • It wasn't very clear: what was plugged up and did you fix it?

    C StocktonC Stockton13 kun oldin
    • Ice was stuck in the opening

      Cole The CornstarCole The Cornstar12 kun oldin
  • I think it was great to hear that Daddy Cornstar was the first person on the farm to drive it and the last one to drive it also. It’s all about family and that’s great!!!

    Fredrick SistrunkFredrick Sistrunk13 kun oldin
  • Who is sable

    Jake HawksJake Hawks13 kun oldin
  • I so look forward to watching the humor and upbeat attitudes all of you have. I would have loved working for your farm when I was younger but at 67 I don't think I could keep up with you. Love your family!!

    Janice HessJanice Hess13 kun oldin
  • I like when you give farm info. When are you planning on doing another live questions and answers?

    Carl HeraldCarl Herald13 kun oldin
  • i find it a little funny that cole is a numbers guy but that he finds office work boring. i really enjoy these videos, they help make my bad days better

    the silent farmerthe silent farmer13 kun oldin
  • DCS a end of a era for you. I can only imagine how you feel about losing your old combine. It's not just about the machine itself, it is about the experiences you shared with others while using it. Losing a Dad is hard. All those memories with him and that combine must be swimming through your mind now. This new combine will give you new memories with new grandchildren maybe? certainly new memories with those boys of yours.

    Alec WilsonAlec Wilson13 kun oldin