All Around the Farm
All Around the Farm: Mega Manure Spreader|
descriptionThis farmer designed and built spreader includes several features that improve upon existing models. From show #711.
All Around the Farm: Combine Rotor Shop Stove
So what do you do with salvage from an actual come well make still your shot. This farm operation and Trevor can you call. Used to salvaged rotors and basically added the doors in the bottom. In this case to use him as a waste oil for this but you can also use this for burning wood is well. To
All Around the Farm: Rancher-Built Pipe Cart
Moving pipe around this Wyoming ranch is made a lot easier with this homemade pipe cart. From Machinery Show 713-- -- we used an old. Four Wheeler trailer basically in just scrap metal land around the -- thirtieth -- and amid some brackets for the build -- Drill stem do sit on. And then across member to just suck it all down. Skills to make this is just a little bit of basic welding knowledge. If bill would have -- no time. As far as cost close to build this it wasn't anything because where I had all the materials laying around in most that was put together scrap metal . Find out more about my card or other great ideas go to agriculture dot com slash TV.
All Around the Farm: Slide Away Vise
Roger Bruxvoort shows off the vise that he designed to hide under his workbench. From Machinery Show #603Have a cut away in the front which I think. Installed this spring loaded opinion. That holds the whole thing and plus one -- that -- hit all the down on the -- again. Spider bites off -- And underneath. Which is actually on the slide. For the vice -- -- -- -- I had no holes twelve
All Around the Farm: Sand-blast Containment
This Illinois farmer built his own sand-blast reclamation system. From Show #708
All Around the Farm: Sprayer Tank Frame
Jon Liechty from Berne, Indiana shows off the sprayer tank frame he built to easily load tanks onto a flat bed trailer. From Machinery Show #616very Indiana. This is my prayer -- Raymond made it on a flatbed truck you can take on and off about -- end. About two or three years ago dad gave you the idea that we had two flatbed trailer a lot of things on it when -- used for everything else he's day. Despite warning hearing to. Says he -- and people who design. They hate comes on and off like this when we used for writes six since. Quarter earnings to read for the mainframe and double them up beside each other. And in turn the place to go -- pockets please.
All Around the Farm: Stairwell Storage
See this clever rolling cabinet that makes it easy to use the space above basement stairs. From Machinery Show # 709to work very good. Well I -- on rowers from an old roller skates his roles and know really easy. I use an old mom had a little going to pull about inclusion in every time
All Around the Farm: Drum Mounted Vise & Grinder
Andy Prasuhn of Ansonia, Ohio built this portable solution to reduce sparks and fire hazards on their workbench. From Machinery Show 710on the advice -- our bench here. Also a little bit of fire hazard sometimes we are doing halt work on our bench. Through wanted to get away from that and come up with a solutionaway from other areas -- -- hit thirty years old ones. Have fire hazard around shot well on this then. But a log on everything -- for ground clamp right on there. But if you're trying to while the couple small pieces together you don't have to worry about trying to get your ground clamped on the buyers are on the on the -- you're trying to well. On the other side of it here -- Hot wired in an extension cord the -- outlet socialism -- drills -- -- things like that you can. Knew that right on the unit itself here and after and three or four multiple extension cords across the shop floor and -- the grinder right in that box so when you plug it. One electrical cord and then you've got -- the -- that is half the thirty gallon drum fill the -- factory. -- some missile history
All Around the Farm: Rotating Work Bench
Check out this rotating table made from used brake drums. From Machinery Show #706all got to do this turnaround. Brake drums -- you know scrap iron price they were worn out. And then whatever higher cost you know probably. Forty dollars worth iron on the -- and to be
All Around the Farm: Automatic Remote Fence Opener
Jim Brimeyer from Holy Cross Iowa shares his solution to opening and closing gates from inside a vehicle. Jim's automatic electric fence gate opener was built from a standard electric garage door opener. Jim was tired of repeatedly getting in and out of his skid loader to go in and out of thegonna tell you about life automatic gate opener I made for an electric fence out of a gradual opener tomorrow and I'm asylum I've been driving tools. In in my Cali are not like I would rescue a lawyer for a couple of years and everytime you have to get off. Opening eight. Well as a gate. So why not while there's got to be a better way I have 150 dollar stake in the garage door opener below that a pipe but they used the PVC I had around so it's not a five bucks Canadian dollar really was.