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

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14 Responses

  1. Jim Wright says:

    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.

  2. TheSuperdave81 says:

    “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!

  3. Jeff T says:

    We need more Mrs MFer, she’s hilarious

  4. SinisterMD says:

    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.

  5. BelowAverage TriathlonDad says:

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

  6. Mike Withers says:

    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. 🤣🤣🤣

  7. fraser pewarchuk says:

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

  8. Stian Christiansen says:

    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 🙂

  9. SlimFarmer says:

    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.

  10. Greg A - Kendal Heights Décor & Woodworking says:

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

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