Grading The Mud From The Minnow Pond

18 Sht 2020
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letsdig18

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  • Good job! Ready for plowing & planting NOW! Marcus from Chesapeake VA.

    Marcus WhiteMarcus WhiteMuaj më parë
  • Great job, great video

    Andy SukosdAndy SukosdMuaj më parë
  • Great job as usual 👏🏻

    Ansari BakshAnsari BakshMuaj më parë
  • Love the bulldozer videos. Great job Chris!

    Beadz BBeadz BMuaj më parë
  • 👍👍😀🍁

    I Paddle My Own CanoeI Paddle My Own CanoeMuaj më parë
  • Absolutely brilliant Chris looks great 👍

    John CampbellJohn CampbellMuaj më parë
  • You've got to make a grid of stars in the corner. Old Glory flag, visible from the sky, coming up! wset.com/news/coronavirus/indiana-man-paints-10000-square-foot-american-flag-in-field-to-honor-front-line-workers

    Timothy SwartzTimothy SwartzMuaj më parë
  • Geez, at about the 5 second mark I thought you were doing an impersonation of Elmer Fudd.

    Len KutchmaLen KutchmaMuaj më parë
  • Need a bigger dozer. Its all that thing could do to push those piles

    ImpsMyPimpImpsMyPimpMuaj më parë
  • 👍👍👍

    Michał ŚleziakMichał ŚleziakMuaj më parë
  • You make it look soooooo easy.

    John MorganJohn MorganMuaj më parë
  • Good job, build a pond, take the mud and dump it strategically, let it dry, spread and recycle, repurpose it to the land to be productive. Very creative.

    Bill WilliamsBill WilliamsMuaj më parë
  • Whatcha doin' this weekend, Rich? Oh, I'm gonna watch letsdig18 push dirt around and whatnot

    Rich MirandaRich MirandaMuaj më parë
  • For such a messy job you sure do know how to make it look nice and clean cut. Great work. If only everyone took as much pride in their work.

    Dan TherieauDan TherieauMuaj më parë
  • Is this "Minnow Pond" where the S.S. Minnow ran ashore during it's "three hour tour...a three hour tour." ? :-)

    Gene DameierGene DameierMuaj më parë
  • 👍

    kb7722kb7722Muaj më parë
  • gotta ask have you ever found dinosaur fossils of any kind or fossilized bones of ice age era animals or similar - or have you found like civil war era gravesites or leftovers from the native american wars

    Prinz Eugen van SovoyenPrinz Eugen van SovoyenMuaj më parë
  • 2:35, Why do you have to back up all the way to the beginning to knock down the dirt piles, why don't you just turn around and knock the piles going the other way? Does it take that long to turn the dozer around 180 degrees?

    Scrapman50Scrapman50Muaj më parë
  • Sunday morning eating breakfast and watching "digger porn" (as my wife calls it), nice job!

    Centurion _MK64Centurion _MK64Muaj më parë
  • Bet that is one happy customer 😌

    Ruben BraekmanRuben BraekmanMuaj më parë
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    James HendryJames HendryMuaj më parë
  • R

    James HendryJames HendryMuaj më parë
  • So, there is an Art to what you do. Nice lesson on how to doze an area.

    Vincent WashingtonVincent WashingtonMuaj më parë
  • Nothing like doing your job

    Rollen AboutRollen AboutMuaj më parë
  • Those piles look pretty high but then now it’s corn

    Rollen AboutRollen AboutMuaj më parë
  • I need two lifetimes ... one to devote to administrative live, family, empire building ... and one to working with heavy equipment. It is so gratifying and enjoyable ... especially with today's equipment. My Grandfather would have looked at today's equipment with amazement. Same names, but A/C / music / heat / GPS electronics for pad leveling. What a difference a lifetime makes.

    Richard GreenRichard GreenMuaj më parë
  • Dang you’re good Chris! We could only hope all earthmoving engineers would be as efficient, knowledgeable and considerate as you. Your worth is in the product and your products are excellent👍 Nice job as always!

    D WD WMuaj më parë
  • I think the drone shot should have ended with the pond, with flying the road between the dirt and pond! I agree with the idea that field is going to grow very nice! You just gave him a huge amount of fertilizer to it!

    Adam WebsterAdam WebsterMuaj më parë
  • I never thought that watching dirt being moved around, could be so nice.

    Edgar MatzingerEdgar MatzingerMuaj më parë
  • can't understand a word that you are saying

    George MitchellGeorge MitchellMuaj më parë
  • You did great job there

    Pegg SargentPegg SargentMuaj më parë
  • Just needs a bit of harrowing and i don’t mean in an emotional way 😀

    freeform33freeform33Muaj më parë
  • NICE JOB

    Tim webbTim webbMuaj më parë
  • What's the year and model of your dozer...asking for a friend.

    Benjamin SkellyBenjamin SkellyMuaj më parë
  • Great work 👍🏻👍🏻

    GenMaster124GenMaster124Muaj më parë
  • I love it when a plan comes together. You had those dump truck loads spaced just right and a minimum amount of dozer work to flatten it all off. Now get Farmer Brown in there with a big disc harrow and that will be ready to plant whatever Nice job Chris

    Alf anderson IIAlf anderson IIMuaj më parë
  • Great job

    Alistair PowersAlistair PowersMuaj më parë
  • Looks good Chris

    frank Birkemosefrank BirkemoseMuaj më parë
  • Yes in-deed, drone shot of your finally work just shows the great job in a different perspective!!!!

    Dave HoffmanDave HoffmanMuaj më parë
  • Nice job Chris

    Bernard PhillipsBernard PhillipsMuaj më parë
  • FLORA AND FAUNA!? OR LET'S DISAPPEAR IT HAS NO PLACE IN YOUR LIFE EVER YOUR CHILDREN WILL NEVER KNOW HER!

    Γεωργιος ΠαναγιωτουΓεωργιος ΠαναγιωτουMuaj më parë
  • This looks great all that pond mud and it turns out like this fantastic job and a great video thinks Chris.

    Michael BakerMichael BakerMuaj më parë
  • Lots of good "Mud" being moved & making a usable crop field.

    thebear5454thebear5454Muaj më parë
  • That dirt will be packed full of nutrition from all the silt what ever the land owner plants on it will shoot up double quick.

    David Scobie Angling AdventuresDavid Scobie Angling AdventuresMuaj më parë
  • Another great video Chris well all you got left to do now to get over to the big pond and finish grading it out. And taking out that road and fill up them gully than you are to be done with that job all right brother you and John stay safe and keep the videos coming man

    timmy friersontimmy friersonMuaj më parë
  • looks ready to run some offset discs through and plant some winter oats

    Frank MarsonFrank MarsonMuaj më parë
  • Humpty-doodles... Is that a new word? 😉 Seriously though, awesome job and I love the way that clay rolls off the blade.

    Gunslinger SATXGunslinger SATXMuaj më parë
  • I would love to do the kind of different jobs you do some call that work I’d say dream job

    ricky wardricky wardMuaj më parë
  • Nice work! Surprised that mud graded that good, figured it would be way wetter still.

    DigginokDigginokMuaj më parë
  • When is it gonna be time for a bigger dozer?

    Joseph SalyerJoseph SalyerMuaj më parë
  • Well, there you go. A little effort spent doing things with the future in mind saves a lot of effort later. And the grass has already colonised those piles. Really fertile dirt there.

    Skorpy NekomimiSkorpy NekomimiMuaj më parë
  • A job well done!

    Demented Demon84Demented Demon84Muaj më parë
  • Super.

    Emad Eldin HessainEmad Eldin HessainMuaj më parë
  • Could you have accomplished the same result in the beginning, by dozing one way, then turning around and dozing back, instead of reversing to do each pass in the same direction? Would have saved lots of time and fuel I you could.

    Ray KulpaRay KulpaMuaj më parë
  • someone should make a double sided dozer, is any dozer powerful enough to doze uphill ?

    dan katla sharpedan katla sharpeMuaj më parë
  • Alway interesting 👍🇦🇺

    Kerry GleesonKerry GleesonMuaj më parë
  • No more Tim ?

    Bryon ZamrykutBryon ZamrykutMuaj më parë
  • Huckleberry Hound grading. Love the voice over and the explanation of load spacing. I am guessing that there would be a lot of nutrients for the field if you are pulling mud from a pond. Things should grow well in that field next season. How is the compaction after grading that way?

    Darin BicknellDarin BicknellMuaj më parë
  • Chris: says Humptydoodles Me: Hey I use that word Thanks for the aerial shots too, cant get enough of them!

    James CooleyJames CooleyMuaj më parë
  • Very neat. Nice drone video.

    Deane HillDeane HillMuaj më parë
  • it's just not fair... you got all them toys... and I only want 3 of them to play with. can you bring them up north for me? I'll be gentle with them. hahaha

    Audrey WiltAudrey WiltMuaj më parë
  • I really enjoy seeing the before and after shots. I’m amazed at how you visualize the moving of earth and make it look easy. 👍

    Adam GuthrieAdam GuthrieMuaj më parë
  • I so enjoy watching you every night!

    Ronnie BradleyRonnie BradleyMuaj më parë
  • Hey Chris were you able to get this done on one tank of fuel?

    LowcountrydaveLowcountrydaveMuaj më parë
  • Tight!! Lov it!!Cheers!!!;-)!

    My Synth DungeonMy Synth DungeonMuaj më parë
  • Awesome video Chris looks great hope you have a great weekend

    Junior RainesJunior RainesMuaj më parë
  • Really Enjoyed! Keeping it Real! Cheers! ;-)!

    My Synth DungeonMy Synth DungeonMuaj më parë
  • Nice work drone shots were killer 👍🏻

    Elite Earthworks LLCElite Earthworks LLCMuaj më parë
  • Love the way you manage the straight rows by eye. Brilliant work.

    Kerry HughesKerry HughesMuaj më parë
  • For relatively long runs, wouldn't it be more efficient to turn around at each end?

    J CJ CMuaj më parë
  • I'm thinking that soil is so rich it could grow anything. I'm always amazed at the power a dozer has.

    Tim GruverTim GruverMuaj më parë
  • I mean no disrespect to Letsdig 18 but can somebody please explain to me why i'm compelled to watch a man digging and pushing dirt around for hours everyday ? why do i find it satisfying ? why is it entertaining ? and why do i constantly search my notifications for new videos ? and the big question is Why am i watching somebody else live a life and not living my own ?

    Brain ClerkBrain ClerkMuaj më parë
  • I see a lot of people liked the term humpy doodles. I agree, excellent term. Thanks, and Woof to Winston.

    John ApelJohn ApelMuaj më parë
  • That mud should be great to grow stuff in with all the nutrients from that pond

    Cindi BergCindi BergMuaj më parë
  • Chris, I'm not getting notifications of your new posts! What's up with this?

    Rockey RockeyRockey RockeyMuaj më parë
  • Hi Chris, another great post . Just Thanks for sharing what you do with us . And I truly appreciate your explanation of what and why your doing it . I find it quite mesmerizing 🍿🍿. And always loved seeing what you pictured in you mind. Stay safe and Happy Buddy 👍💪💪 . 🇨🇦 Craig

    Craig MacDonaldCraig MacDonaldMuaj më parë
  • Only took me 20 mins to notice your blade hand through the mirror on camera....

    Toher's FireToher's FireMuaj më parë
  • That was a great effort for 'job site management'. Excellent results! Great drone feature.

    arkansas13arkansas13Muaj më parë
  • Looks great! I really want to see that bush hogged now. 😂

    Jesse WattsJesse WattsMuaj më parë
  • I see that there is a corn field next to the mud spreading site. I suspect that pond mud will make fine crops!

    CheopisCheopisMuaj më parë
  • That good ole NC weather change. Keep it up Chris!!

    Dexter DDexter DMuaj më parë
  • I wish I had that machine for a weekend! I have 600' of ditch that needs reshaping from 20 years of rutting it out with a 1200 lb zero turn. I have an old JD 430 diesel lawn tractor with a 3 point box blade I am about to start making a hundred trips up and down with to smooth and reshape it. Actually If I had that machine I would go over the 4 acres my house sits on and smooth all of it! I have places I cant see that knock the wind out of me when I'm not paying attention! lol

    John PyleJohn PyleMuaj më parë
  • Overhead shot makes it really looks nice you did a great job there. 👍☕️🍀

    David BrickeyDavid BrickeyMuaj më parë
  • You do great work

    Kristy StaatsKristy StaatsMuaj më parë
  • 👍 👍

    Helen HelpsHelen HelpsMuaj më parë
  • Nice job!

    Steve AdamsSteve AdamsMuaj më parë
  • .Now there's "making a silk purse from a sow's ear"! Nice dozer work Chris!

    Reg SparkesReg SparkesMuaj më parë
  • Looks like Susie Q's....cake rolls! I'm not gonna say what it looked like when you scraped it out of the pond. Maybe a babies bottom is a good hint. Purplecondicolor!!!😝

    Ray WilsonRay WilsonMuaj më parë
  • Not questioning the master but...wouldn't it be more efficient to spin at the end of each push and then push back in the opposite direction? It's a spreading operation and you aren't moving much dirt forward.

    John PullmanJohn PullmanMuaj më parë
  • It’s times like this when a D9 would be nice.

    Guiseppe's_BassGuiseppe's_BassMuaj më parë
  • Man so skillful.

    CRK ProductionsCRK ProductionsMuaj më parë
  • Always a amazing job 👏

    meh mehmeh mehMuaj më parë
  • That takes some experience

    Big EarsBig EarsMuaj më parë
  • my brother came over right after I started watching this video, he ask me " so you just sit there watching him run a dozer?" I reply "yep" and he ask me "why?" so I answered him " cheaper that buying a dozer and shoving dirt myself"

    focus frenzyfocus frenzyMuaj më parë
  • Fantastic job.

    Chris SheaChris SheaMuaj më parë
  • 👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🗽🙏🏻 Enjoyed 😊

    Larry Iowa/Texas RoosterLarry Iowa/Texas RoosterMuaj më parë
  • I'm surprised that those dirt piles aren't still mud piles considering all the rain we had recently here in the Carolina's, curtesy of hurricane Sally's remanences. . By backyard was flooded and the inground pool was topped off..

    Don MillerDon MillerMuaj më parë
  • Another satisfying job well done.

    jwhayes1965jwhayes1965Muaj më parë
  • Nice job knocking down those stacks of dirt. The Area looks Great and Ready to grow crops.👍

    Ken S.Ken S.Muaj më parë
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