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Beef Operation Feed Setup/Bunk Tour
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Bribing cows with Gold
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Preg checking in Homemade Tub/Alley
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Winter Blows!
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Crazy Cow Destroys Gate
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Calf goes rogue!
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Bad Bloody day of farming
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Working Heifers: Calving Preparation
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Farmin' in a Winter Wonderland
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Its Hammer Time 🔨
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Spreading Manure | John Deere 7530
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Fence aint gonna fix itself
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Fall Project: New Barbed Wire Fence
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Wrangling up the herd!
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South Dakota Corn Mudfest 2019
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Finishing Wet Corn Harvest
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South Dakota Wet Corn Harvest Day 1
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How I got my start on Youtube
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Moving Dirt: Bobcat S650
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Getting back to the Field
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New Corn Pit
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Putting up Bunker Walls
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Hauling Large Alfalfa Round bales
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Some New Green Paint!
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Checking my Pairs
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Final cutting of South Dakota Alfalfa
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Raking and Baling South Dakota Alfalfa
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Day in the life of a Farmer
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Feeder Wagon Repairs
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Cover Crop Update
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Pasture Health Check
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Welding Windbreaks into Shade for Cattle
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Another Day, Another Bale
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Emptying the Soybean bin!
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Decimated Soybeans & Green Snapped Corn
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Hauling Large Round Bales in South Dakota
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Cut | Rake | Bale | Repeat
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Preparing the Gooseneck for Hauling Bales
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100,000 Subscribers FREE Tractor Giveaway!
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Bad News in the Bin: Damaged Soybeans
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Last Field of Cover Crops- Sonne Farms
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Getting Stuck. Drilling. And Getting Stuck
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Making Hay in South Dakota: Complete Process
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Drilling Millet! The Start of Cover Cropping
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Dad lit the barn on Fire!
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Field Work? But its almost July!
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Being a good Steward of the Land
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Getting beans in the ground as Fast as Possible
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Planter and Drill get Chased by a Storm
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Sonne Farms Machinery Tour
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First South Dakota Alfalfa Harvest 2019
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Meeting with the Crustbuster VP/Drill Setup
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Why is the Fertilizer Orange?
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Renting my Own Pasture at 21
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Getting Bulls to the Cows for Breeding
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Rising Waters in South Dakota: DRONE VIDEO
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Think It'll Buff? Spreader Repairs and a NEW Drill
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The First and Last Day of Corn Planting
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Finally!! Have You Herd the Moos?
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Doing Everything BUT Planting
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Running the Farm On My Own
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Spring Jobs on The Farm
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Planter Work (Timelapse)
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Pulling a BIG Black Angus calf
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5 Steps For Healthy Calves
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Cleaning/Tour- Converted Hog Building
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Moving Corn and Tubing a Calf
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Calving Update/ Moving Pairs In The Snow
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New Calves / Snowblowing / Barn Tour
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Vaccinating Black Angus Heifers/Bulls
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Grinding Hay And Feeding The Cattle In South Dakota
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Sonne Farms Intro Video
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Mile Long Soybean Field -John Deere 9770 STS
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South Dakota Corn Harvest 2018- John Deere 9770
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Soybean Harvest 2018 John Deere 9770 STS
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JD 7530 Spreading Manure
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Putting Up Oatlage
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Unloading Bales- John Deere 7520
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John Deere Raking Hay
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John Deere 7215R planting Corn in South Dakota
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Disking With John Deere 7215R
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Aftermath of the 2015 Tornado
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Cleaning up After the Snow
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Phantom 4 Farm Fly-over after 15inch Blizzard
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  • jace taekema
    jace taekema Годину таму

    Why do you guys not cover the silage with plastic?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Годину таму

      Not many people do around here. People that produce milk need really high quality feed, so they cover their pits.

  • erickson family
    erickson family 12 годин таму

    Nice tour. Question, reason you don’t cover the first bunk with plastic?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Годину таму

      Not many people do around here. People that produce milk need really high quality feed, so they cover their pits.

  • countryparty45
    countryparty45 13 годин таму

    That’s impressive the amount of residue you are planting into! We are on the heavy black dirt of central MN. We have to till our trash down in the fall so we can get the soil blacker to warm up!

  • countryparty45
    countryparty45 13 годин таму

    Why don’t you add any P and K? Or is that spread in the fall? In central MN we spread Mesz and Potash in the fall. Then some NH3 in the fall, or some urea in spring. We till in our urea so we don’t use a urease inhibitor like nutrisphere. Sometimes we use a nitrogen stabilizer for below ground like nserve or instinct. Good video!

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms 12 годин таму

      We put P and K on before beans and N before the corn

  • Aaron Wilton
    Aaron Wilton 14 годин таму

    Just a useful tip when greasing it you have something that is squeaky before and after greaseing. Grease all nipples with the boom up in the air than push the boom into the ground and pick up on the tractor a bit. That will let grease go into the other side of the pin

  • Morgan Strachan
    Morgan Strachan 18 годин таму

    Y dont u have a cover on the silage

    • Brian Sonne
      Brian Sonne 17 годин таму

      The only two local silage pits that I remember being covered both ended up with the plastic blowing off.

  • Ivan Van Keulen
    Ivan Van Keulen 21 годину таму

    Can you show us how you feed them?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms 20 годин таму

      I have videos like that. If you type in "Grinding Hay and feeding cattle in South Dakota" you will find it

  • Dawson Eubank
    Dawson Eubank 21 годину таму

    Really enjoy your vids, we r starting to get into a cattle operation

  • Martin O Neill
    Martin O Neill 21 годину таму

    Do ye kill an animal or 2 for yer own freezer/use?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms 20 годин таму

      We do have our own cattle processed that we eat. It saves a good amount of money

  • Jorge Yanez
    Jorge Yanez 21 годину таму

    Great video, showing and teaching others the way farming works👍

  • Samantha Flynn
    Samantha Flynn Дзень таму

    When your creek turns into a LAKE!!!(SORRY I KNOW THIS IS OLD)

    • Samantha Flynn
      Samantha Flynn Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms yeah hurt alot of farmers!

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      I still can't believe how wet it was last summer!

  • Making it Happend
    Making it Happend Дзень таму

    What I wonder is. Some farmers put tarp on the silage, and others do not. What is the difference?

    • Making it Happend
      Making it Happend Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms Thanks for a quick and good response.👍

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Its a personal preference, you will have more damage without the tarp, but the tarp costs money

  • Troy Remmers
    Troy Remmers Дзень таму

    I'm interested in bulls and maybe late bred cows

    • Troy Remmers
      Troy Remmers 23 години таму

      @Brian Sonne give me a call 712-348-3187

    • Brian Sonne
      Brian Sonne Дзень таму

      Troy if you want to email Cole he can get you my contact info.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We have 18 bulls left for sale

  • Roger Wilson
    Roger Wilson Дзень таму

    Like the feed lots and the silage and corn easy to deal with centrally located.

  • Cedar Creek Homestead
    Cedar Creek Homestead Дзень таму

    Great Video!

  • Saltiness_ Incoming
    Saltiness_ Incoming Дзень таму

    The difference between the hormones are talking about is ones genetically engineering and the other one is natural which is a huge difference especially what it does to the human body

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      You can't genetically engineer a calf by giving it hormones, it by no means changes their genetics.

  • Christopher Miller
    Christopher Miller Дзень таму

    excellent video..great information .. just curious .. how many head do you end up calving a year ..

  • Lilly A.
    Lilly A. Дзень таму

    Do you raise wheat for straw bedding?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We have in the past, haven't raised wheat for about 4 years

  • Daniel Randolph
    Daniel Randolph Дзень таму

    Oh yeah what happened the golden nuggets or the cakes some people call em the really like them and good protein and easyer for cows to find and pick up . But it is like you said what yal do for yal cow feeding suits yal operation ! Yal be ssfe cole keep up the good videos

    • Daniel Randolph
      Daniel Randolph Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms good deal Cole

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Our cattle really love the pellets!

  • CSC 4/502 INF
    CSC 4/502 INF Дзень таму

    Great info! Question; what do you do for pests(mice, rats)?

    • Fatlarry
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    • Fatlarry
      Fatlarry Дзень таму

      @Sonne FarmsCall in THE MINKS! or terriers, there must be somebody in your area like Joseph Carter (YT)

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Great question! Starting last winter we were going through a horrible rat infestation. We started buying rat poison but we have a dog and obviously didn't want her to be able to get at any of it. So I made about 6 structures out of wood that mice/rats could get in and eat the poison that Ellie (my dog) couldn't get at. Good placement and resupplying on time worked great. We just used rectangular blocks and there are so few around as compared to what it used to be

  • richard demoss
    richard demoss Дзень таму

    how many cattle total do you have

  • Jace Whetten
    Jace Whetten Дзень таму

    I want a farm and operation just lime yours

  • frederick stephens
    frederick stephens Дзень таму

    You are funny and good looking

  • David Gay
    David Gay Дзень таму

    Really good video, enjoyed it

  • Susie Bafford
    Susie Bafford Дзень таму

    You are so welcome young sir! We have just 60 acres in WA and only a small cattle herd of 16, I can’t imagine having the responsibility of all you and the family have. It does look like you’re enjoying yourself though. We look forward to watching your BY-clips!

  • Mike Mclaughlin
    Mike Mclaughlin Дзень таму

    Is the only shelter in the pens the wind breaks. Do the cattle not need covered shelter?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      They do not, they have thick hides and grow thick hair. They are bred to handle these conditions

  • IH100
    IH100 Дзень таму

    Great video!

  • Mike Bonge
    Mike Bonge Дзень таму

    Really nice operation. Turn that water off. Great video

  • norman wilcox
    norman wilcox Дзень таму

    Im sure ground corn digests better for cows

  • Joe crepin
    Joe crepin Дзень таму

    Never say you’re a big girl to a girl with four legs or two

    PIPER DOUG Дзень таму

    Man you guys got some money tied up in pre-cast feed bunks.

  • Mugler farms
    Mugler farms Дзень таму

    I started a farming BY-clips channel if you want to go check it out you can it is called Mugler farms

  • Steven Herfst
    Steven Herfst Дзень таму

    You pronounce Fungi wrong😅

  • Richard Cleasby
    Richard Cleasby Дзень таму

    To bad about the packers

  • Steven Drew
    Steven Drew Дзень таму

    Do windbreaks actually work?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      For sure! It reduces a lot of stress and on those windy days you can see them standing right next to the wind break

  • Steven Drew
    Steven Drew Дзень таму

    I only have a doz. steers that I feed out. I’m learning a lot from you. Young man teaching a old man (65) keep it up!

  • Triplex63 PUBG
    Triplex63 PUBG Дзень таму

    I’ve subscribed and liked

  • Ben Burns
    Ben Burns Дзень таму

    Cole, looks like Buying friendship with the gold pellets is working as the cattle are coming closer and seem more relaxed around you.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Yes it so nice to have friendly cattle!

  • Lewis Lindsey
    Lewis Lindsey Дзень таму

    Great presentation! A good orientation to your facility helps subs understand your operations. Merch looks great! Good way to introduce it.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Thanks! Yea it makes a big difference when you can understand were the person is at in the videos

  • James Swaim
    James Swaim Дзень таму

    Great video you have some very nice looking Angus cattle and I'm going have to get me one of those hats

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Thank you! I hope you like the hat!

  • Ezikeal
    Ezikeal Дзень таму

    Great operation explanation. Howdy pard

  • Marshall Weber
    Marshall Weber Дзень таму

    Great Helpful Video, Much Love From Kentucky!!!

    • Marshall Weber
      Marshall Weber Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms It's Awesome!! They have it every year in Louisville, Kentucky.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Im actually going to Kentucky for the National farm machinery show in February!

  • byamrcn
    byamrcn Дзень таму

    Nice work on this one, very interesting. Any plans for a third bunker for the hay silage?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Personally I would like to take out the small grain bin in the corner that we dont use and put in a concrete pad there

  • Rob Brent
    Rob Brent Дзень таму

    What’s up Cole. Really enjoyable and you’re getting much more natural in front of the camera. Drone footage great. Those wet, muddy and icy conditions must take some getting used to. Greetings from a drier 🇿🇦

    • Rob Brent
      Rob Brent Дзень таму

      Sonne Farms - 👍 not that you weren’t always natural, talented and relatable as your growing following shows👏👏

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Hey Rob! Im glad people can tell I am improving, I hope it makes the videos better!

  • Ron Grose
    Ron Grose Дзень таму

    You guys do not have much snow ?? Thanks for the detailed video !! Stay safe !!!!

  • Mike Pishl
    Mike Pishl Дзень таму

    Awesome video cole👍🏼👍🏼

  • Six Toes
    Six Toes Дзень таму

    Nice video Cole ! I am still waiting to see you playing "Basketball" with that one heifer 🤪

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Hahaha yea I need to work on my side shuffle

  • Gerard Mccarthy
    Gerard Mccarthy Дзень таму

    Calling the poor cow a pig!!

    • byamrcn
      byamrcn Дзень таму

      Hey if he can get that thing to start oinking he's gonna be a millionaire

  • JudyJudyJudy44
    JudyJudyJudy44 Дзень таму

    Don't forget to turn that water off 😁😁😁.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      I got it off just in time

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Well water, we have a pump, a should have showed were that was

    • CurrentChoices
      CurrentChoices Дзень таму

      metered water or wells??

  • mike rellim
    mike rellim Дзень таму

    Don’t you ruin silage by not covering it with a tarp

    • Brian Sonne
      Brian Sonne 17 годин таму

      In this area you just dont see many covered silage piles.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      The top couple inches do get damaged

  • Frank Scruggs
    Frank Scruggs Дзень таму

    Very informative video,thanks for taking time to make it.

  • Troy Remmers
    Troy Remmers Дзень таму

    Don't you use bulk distillers

    • Troy Remmers
      Troy Remmers 23 години таму

      O ok I was just wondering

    • Brian Sonne
      Brian Sonne Дзень таму

      We used bulk distillers at the north farm until middle of last winter. It started getting hard to get and also high priced so we switched to a bulk protein pellet instead of a premix and distillers. We can make it work due to the fact that the silage and wet corn still provide moisture in the ration. Thanks Troy

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We do not

  • Nernberg Farms
    Nernberg Farms Дзень таму

    Nice video, we have a luck now feed mixer

  • Heartwood Farms
    Heartwood Farms Дзень таму

    Do you use any bedding? If so, what do you use and when?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We like to use wheat straw or corn stalks for bedding. This year we didn't have time or the right conditions to bale corn stalks but we did bale a few soybean stover bales. We use them in the buildings when we are calving and when colder days are coming doing calving.

  • Randal Johnson
    Randal Johnson Дзень таму

    Won't it be easier to have automatic waters.what your reason to have tanks?

    • Randal Johnson
      Randal Johnson Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms really like all your bunks it's the great way to feed. Ever think about doing earlage instead of cracking corn?

    • Randal Johnson
      Randal Johnson Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms they do have a way to come up the center of the tank and put a float

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We have had the tanks for a long time. They are simple and during the summer when it is hot it's nice to have a lot of room for everyone to get a drink

  • john perry
    john perry Дзень таму

    great description on your farm equipment,, and how it runs

  • Yeety Magee
    Yeety Magee Дзень таму

    Cool video to watch as a non cattle farmer

  • john perry
    john perry Дзень таму

    really good narration, great video thanks

  • James Ashley
    James Ashley Дзень таму

    Looks warm in South Dakota the day of this filming 👍

  • BWM
    BWM Дзень таму

    What's up man. Your Sonne Farms gear looks great! Thanks for the tour. Nice setup. Here's to a good spring. Lots of healthy calves.

  • Martha Childs
    Martha Childs Дзень таму

    Interesting. Thank you for the Philippians Bible verse too! God's blessings!

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Thank you! That's my favorite verse!

  • Larry Bruns
    Larry Bruns Дзень таму

    Maybe on Instagram an aerial shot of pens/structures that you could number and give a brief explanation of each in the description. It was hard to follow where pens were in relation to each other and the farm as a whole. I'm oldish though, all of the young hipper snappers probably followed along just fine.

    • Larry Bruns
      Larry Bruns Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms No need to be sorry! It was a great explanation of your feeding process Just lots of moving parts that you are more familiar with than I.

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму


  • Custom wheel horse tractor Eric83

    Awesome video thank you

  • Lima Tango X-Ray
    Lima Tango X-Ray Дзень таму

    Another great video. Again thanks for sharing information on your operation.

  • Wouter Steenbergen
    Wouter Steenbergen Дзень таму

    Nice video 👌 WY don't you have plastic on the silage pile?

    • Wouter Steenbergen
      Wouter Steenbergen Дзень таму

      @Sonne Farms oké, whel just looks werd to my when your used to have plastic over it

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We just don't feel we lose much from not putting plastic on the top

  • Scott Chasney
    Scott Chasney Дзень таму

    How's my tractor? LOL keep up the great work and videos. I always look forward to your videos. Thank you!

  • Shane Flickinger
    Shane Flickinger Дзень таму

    I really look forward to watching your videos on the weekends. Curious why you can get away with not covering your silage, but need to cover the cracked corn? Other farming channels I watch cover their silage with plastic. Is it because you are using sorghum and they are using corn? Thanks for the video!

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Well corn it definitely more expensive part of the feed ration, plus it can get ruined a lot quicker than the silage. In some areas putting up silage costs a lot more and it pencils out for them to cover it

    CRAIGVY Дзень таму

    Hello Cole , Nice hoodie 👌 just received mine. Great tour , thank you for taking the time , i learn so much from you. Peace to you an the family. Craig

  • S ER
    S ER 2 дні таму

    Thanks for the video. Thanks for showing us around your farm.

  • BW YinYang
    BW YinYang 2 дні таму

    Sonne Farms making beef so yummy

  • Nic Frieler
    Nic Frieler 2 дні таму

    Great video, I hunt Pheasants by Redfield. Love South Dakota. Will have to check your area out some day on a road trip. Keep up the great videos.

  • kory league
    kory league 2 дні таму

    This is one of the vest explanations of how an operation like yours works. Thanks for sharing

  • Our Little Funny Farm
    Our Little Funny Farm 2 дні таму

    Thanks Cole!! I learned something new today. Great video.

  • Curt Weatherbee
    Curt Weatherbee 2 дні таму

    Loved your video Cole❤️👍

  • in motion
    in motion 2 дні таму

    So how many caws do you sell every year and how often if you dont mind talking about it.

    • CurrentChoices
      CurrentChoices Дзень таму

      Is IT true....tooo many to FEED and never enough to Sell???? lol

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      Each year is vastly different!

  • Ches Hillyard
    Ches Hillyard 2 дні таму

    Nice video I would love to work with you,but i don't think we'd get much done,I have to many other things on my mind,lol Love you mate hugs

  • Rylan Briss
    Rylan Briss 2 дні таму

    How many cows/heifers all together do you guys calve out? And are u continuing to grow the heard every year?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We are not growing the herd because all of our pastures are full. We calves around 200 cows/heifers each year, starting in February

  • NuclearQuantumLasers PewPewPew

    How's your cow relationship working since the Gold Nuggets? Made some friends? Edit: Nevermind... I asked to soon. Looks like they Love you.

  • Derek Kienzle
    Derek Kienzle 2 дні таму

    Where are you selling your bulls at?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms Дзень таму

      We sell them right off our place

  • Richard Culberson & Sons Inc.

    That sorghum silage sounds like a good alternative to corn, do you do one cut or two?

  • Leroy Woitalla
    Leroy Woitalla 2 дні таму

    I liked your video 😊

  • Dennis Hayes
    Dennis Hayes 2 дні таму

    Ah, venison by dog ! Thanks !

    • BW YinYang
      BW YinYang 2 дні таму

      Glad that I'm not the only one that saw it.

  • S&C Livestock
    S&C Livestock 2 дні таму

    Thanks for the tour Cole. You have decent operation going there.

  • Big Red
    Big Red 2 дні таму

    Do you lock your cows up in the barn as well when they get closer to calving, or leave them out in field?

  • James Gann
    James Gann 2 дні таму

    Great video loved the tour- James from Alabama

  • David Stoll
    David Stoll 2 дні таму

    Nice video, there’s no custom hay grinders in our area so we grind hay 1 bale at a time in a vertical mixer then add corn silage and wdg. Feed in bottomless bunks on corn stalks.

  • Tylor Stetson
    Tylor Stetson 2 дні таму

    Farm Aid is in Corsica, South Dakota.

  • jessica williams
    jessica williams 2 дні таму

    We don’t have a feedlot

  • satish reddy
    satish reddy 2 дні таму

    Y don't u feed only grass

    • James M'Olesson
      James M'Olesson 23 години таму

      @Satish Can't feed grass in the winter. Grass fed beef take longer to grow out and you need big fields to grow grass - high maintenance. And only dairy cattle give you milk, they are raising beef cattle.

    • James Swaim
      James Swaim Дзень таму

      @satish reddy there beef cattle

    • satish reddy
      satish reddy 2 дні таму

      @David Stoll I did not get that what u said

    • David Stoll
      David Stoll 2 дні таму

      There’s always 1

    • satish reddy
      satish reddy 2 дні таму

      And your cattle won't give u any milk

  • Douglas Griffiths
    Douglas Griffiths 2 дні таму

    How are you bulls breed? What is the average price on the bulls?

  • Mark Beckendorf
    Mark Beckendorf 2 дні таму

    What does a angus bull sell for ballpark?

  • Cody Kolanda
    Cody Kolanda 2 дні таму

    Great video man keep up the good work

  • Nathan Melander
    Nathan Melander 2 дні таму

    I would love to get a vertical feed wagon they really like they work good

  • Riff
    Riff 2 дні таму

    Cole does it that way because that is the way Dad wants to do it. :)

  • Nathan Melander
    Nathan Melander 2 дні таму

    Do you guys truck in ddgs

    • Nathan Melander
      Nathan Melander 2 дні таму

      Sonne Farms we use both makes the ration wetter too

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms 2 дні таму

      Nope, we use corn

  • If shes not blue she'll not do

    Always great to see other farmers setups and how they operate, can really help others and give inspiration for ideas, why is there no plastic sheet on top of the silage pit? Does sorghum silage not go mouldy and rot when water gets into it?

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms 2 дні таму

      The first couple inches usually gets weathered

  • L h
    L h 2 дні таму

    Why don't you use foil to storage the sorghum silage in the silo ?( In germany it is common to use foil )

    • Sonne Farms
      Sonne Farms 2 дні таму

      We just feel if we pack it well enough and it gets fermenting quickly it will be fine throughout the year

  • Charlie Smith
    Charlie Smith 2 дні таму

    I subscribed and liked

  • Kaiden Eichberger
    Kaiden Eichberger 2 дні таму

    First comment again😁

  • Our Country life
    Our Country life 2 дні таму

    Love your vids