All Around the Farm
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.
Auger bucket - All Around the Farm
This auger for a skid loader bucket makes feeding cattle a snap. From show #607caution that my brother and my dad you're grateful 500 had a beef cattle every year. And I built this -- bucket to make it easier. I have had these local welding job -- the bucket for me I cut all all the pieces had Emeril and all the rest of it together. -- we do is we've just scoop of course we can run alongside our fans find beat -- to -- the -- Values it's all new steel for the -- and then the rest was all scrap parts they used to for the -- up John your -- head. And a local event company -- thought curling around. Then -- put on a variable speed. Valve on their -- can vary the speed isn't going along
Sprayer trailer - All Around the Farm
Lance Rezac, from Onega Kansas shows off the 48 foot trailer he uses to transport his sprayer and chemicals. From Machinery Show #202The next wide load you've seen here at the Oakland Hills and Kansas maybe -- -- Coming in -- 48. -- detachable neck trailer he built for his -- this has this spurred
Rolling tool box
David Hamman shows off the rolling tool box he invented for easy access in truck beds on All Around the Farm. From Machinery Show #507 originally aired January 19, 2012.high enough so little they're my physical play. To install a roller rail system it took me about three or four hours to install and and get things sets of rules. Easily -- -- -- she gets did start to -- on that you can spiral with one -- two fingers -- this kind of faltering dollar room. I've had it done -- pic of her over two years now and I really enjoyed using them. -- -- -- farm tires salutes the inventive spirit of the American farmer and his proud to support -- on the farm Firestone farm tires the leader in the field.
Tractor mounted tree puller
Kenneth Wetzel shows the tree puller he built to control cedar trees. From Machinery Show #501, originally aired Nov. 3, 2011my back and -- countries like Italy. I've built out of mostly scrap metal that I had -- on fire. I got a couple this season. McNealy is still the commitment -- -- -- it. Resume
Down draft welding table
Check out this farmer built down-draft welding table, featured on the Machinery Show #608got about nine months worth of work. On this table. At a coffee table . 350 to 400 dollars. See more about my downdraft blowing cable and other former ideas go to agriculture. Dot com slash TV.
Zero turn fertilizer trailer
All Around the Farm presents, Farmer Inventors: South Dakota farmer Jerry Webb's Zero-Turn Fertilizer Trainer was born out of the necessity to keep equipment costs down. From show #207the field. All around the farm presents -- -- Gerry -- herald's South Dakota he explains -- Smart features on his all wheel -- for like trailer. I built this aero turned fertilizer weigh in to help my efficiency in it I'd built it myself to save money the go to the farm show and a lot of times one piece of equipment is half of your whole farm budget
Tool center rotates on casters. All Around the Farm
There is a post in John Russell's shop that carries a lot of weight. It not only supports an overhead crane and a loft, but also it makes the ideal spot for mounting a rotating tool center. From show #205this is the -- location. 90% of the time. I put on Paper towel holders on both sides of the rotating tools senators so we could reach Paper towels no matter warrior. That's. 220 service coming down here for the -- plasma cutter and and 110. Over here in the sides. I don't have a hundred dollars and it means to stuff my head around. There's the what what this rotates on our three dollar Caster wheels from. From lumber yard . Metres. I don't know six or eight of them in there. It's just a lot of materials were around here. I bill
Homemade boom for wire feed welder
Kirk Beekley, Crete, Nebraska, describes the boom he built. The boom was selected as the All Around the Farm Idea of the Month for December, by Successful Farming magazine. From show #209.See your invention on all around the farm to send us a brief description of your invention by visiting agriculture dot com. Slash TD.
Pick-up bed step - All Around the Farm
Three great ideas from Harold Fratzke, from Cottonwood, Minnesota. From show #201.step up and Watford who reached operated on your pick up. People spring loaded pin and swing back just provide depth when tailgate is now. Which makes it very easy into your into your pick up.do it this -- you can't forgive them because they're at their spring loaded they automatically towards. Some -- photo . ID ninety's in 1982. They're still selling today it came in and manufacture and Minnesota. I can actually say we probably sold hundreds