Harvesting Corn With a New Claas Combine

  • Published on Nov 17, 2019
  • Harvesting Corn With a New Claas Combine. Ziegler CAT brought out a new Claas 760 combine for us to try out over the weekend for our corn harvest. My buddy Jon and I spent some time setting it up and then the next day we went wide open with it. So far it's been good but there have been a couple of hiccups along the way. I give you my thoughts on the machine so far and let you come with me while we harvest. Thank you to everyone for the opportunity!
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  • Brian Barnes
    Brian Barnes 18 days ago +23

    New Merch idea! T-Shirt "I survived #grow2019!" and pic of you at 15:26. Another great video! Good job, editor Becky.

  • Lyle Raustadt
    Lyle Raustadt 2 days ago

    Finally get to learn about combining , cat s I ve many of them last in a KW that was turned down (restricted) so much they ate pistons. Retirement is great watching Millennial Farmer (s) working!

  • Wyatt Anderson
    Wyatt Anderson 2 days ago

    What you do with the claas comebines you take the Ladder and put it in the middle of the track and Tire and use number 2 In between the steps

  • Video Stop
    Video Stop 2 days ago

    Where are the classic claas colors why is it yellow

  • Tranefan 8000 Productions

    Nice Class lexion Harvester

  • R Jacobs
    R Jacobs 7 days ago

    Green Power.
    Nice but not a Deere

  • Joe Scheller
    Joe Scheller 9 days ago

    you have just started running a combine. once you get that green out of your eyes you will learn what a real combine is. set properly it will do a better job faster than your deere. that combine has the worlds record for most bushels combinend. it is the top one period.

  • Chris Fastrak Davies
    Chris Fastrak Davies 10 days ago

    Ooohhhh Claas must got cheque book out?

  • Ennio 83
    Ennio 83 10 days ago

    Zach Resta con JOHN DEERE CHE PER ME è IL Migliore!

  • Joe Harry
    Joe Harry 11 days ago

    Lol watching you is like Star track Warp speed looks like your doing 20 mph shelling corn

  • Fran
    Fran 11 days ago

    Although I always work with John Deere my favorite S690i in the rice harvest 👍👍👋👋👋

  • Fran
    Fran 12 days ago

    Cool men,from Spain.I love Claas

  • jd grim
    jd grim 13 days ago

    There cheaper 4 a reason Tiny

  • jd grim
    jd grim 13 days ago

    Foriegn JUNK corn head foriegn Junk combine tiny junk just like my neighbors

  • i8rice.com
    i8rice.com 13 days ago

    I love the 760 Lexion. I ran 1 for 2 seasons here in the CA rice harvest. That machine can't be beat for its throughput, and also the fact that you can see what is going through the return elevator from the cab. With almost all separator functions being able to be changed on the fly. Plus the fact you can take small grain samples going into the bin on the fly. You simply can't beat the separator adjustments. Enough said.

  • Luis Rincon
    Luis Rincon 13 days ago +1

    15:23 😂

  • Bill Wells
    Bill Wells 13 days ago

    Hey do you have any metal roofs that need painted or repaired that's what I do pait and repair metal barn and shed roofs I noticed a quonset roof with some repair needed in one of your videos I live in Wisconsin

  • Thomas Holroyd vlogs
    Thomas Holroyd vlogs 14 days ago +1

    My uncle just bought a CAT-Lexion combine

  • Florian K
    Florian K 14 days ago

    German Combine.... 😊👍

  • Jonas Wipf
    Jonas Wipf 14 days ago

    Why don't you borrow a case?? I'd I'd like to have a review on that.

  • Five high
    Five high 14 days ago +1

    the big cat engine in that thing sounds really good, atleast i guess lol

  • Debbie Hansen
    Debbie Hansen 15 days ago

    get a gleener

  • Debbie Hansen
    Debbie Hansen 15 days ago


  • Osama Bin Laden
    Osama Bin Laden 15 days ago


  • LegoWormNoah101
    LegoWormNoah101 16 days ago

    Is faulty battery Disconnects a regular problem with Claas combines, or bad luck?

  • Shane Koehn
    Shane Koehn 16 days ago +3

    A John Deere monitor in a Class combine looks weird

  • Joseph Tobuba
    Joseph Tobuba 16 days ago +2

    It’s like driving a pair of hair clippers

    • Caleb Teague
      Caleb Teague 13 days ago

      Well when ya put it like that 🤣🤣

  • Jeremy Zadow23
    Jeremy Zadow23 16 days ago

    When you see him pulling the thunder trailer and you say thunder at the same time lol

  • Trevor Crowe
    Trevor Crowe 16 days ago

    We have a Claas 760 and a 750 for 5 years. They work great when they are working, lets just say that. It’s rare when both are working at the same time.

  • Brandon Scott
    Brandon Scott 16 days ago

    I can’t imagine a farmers job being easy. However have you had a season where you could say your operation had a smooth harvest?

  • Angus McFife
    Angus McFife 16 days ago

    It just goes to show, nothing runs like a Deere! lol.

  • Cliff Meadows
    Cliff Meadows 16 days ago

    Yeah, that's it, blame the cab corn on the wind!

  • Big Sasquatch
    Big Sasquatch 17 days ago +1

    They just need to build a separate hopper for the cab corn. Then when that hopper gets full just let it overflow back into the corn head.

  • beow85
    beow85 17 days ago

    15:22 to 15:28 made my day :DDD

  • EDB Z28
    EDB Z28 17 days ago

    Hey Zack on comparing newer Deere combines, like the S series, to the Lexion and others, what are your thoughts on durability and longevity of new Deere combines? It seems like I see an awful amount of ads for used S series Deere combines with only having 1500 separator hours on them and already having “spent 15-20,000 on the inside”. Just seems crazy when new they sell for 600-700,000 and within a couple years and a couple thousand hours farmers are having to replace thousands of dollars worth of internal wear parts.

  • Ennio 83
    Ennio 83 17 days ago

    Complimenti Per le Tante Cose che Riesci a Farci Vedere Buon Raccolto...Zach!.C' è Da Farci L' Abitudine sulla Mietitrebbia Claas..


    Its a german Maschine. Its a claas. The Best Combine you can get.

  • David
    David 17 days ago

    Just American f****** s***, if your from the UK your split your sides laughing!!!!!!

  • Jean Lefebvre
    Jean Lefebvre 17 days ago

    Based on this video...I don't expect to see a Claas combine on your fleet anytime soon. ;-)

  • Hugh McGrath
    Hugh McGrath 17 days ago

    Be interesting to see how a New Holland combine goes in that corn

  • TackleTheDog
    TackleTheDog 17 days ago

    Im ok!

  • luke scott
    luke scott 17 days ago

    Maybe they can use the time of day to move the data back to the correct field... just a thought.
    One time my brother(primary) was upset because I mixed numbers on a wagon. "He needed to know where that number was". I jokingly told dad I'd put the next hopper on the ground. That way he'll know right where it was. Over the last few years I've developed a much better appreciation for yield monitoring!
    Love the channel! Keep it up.

  • Owen Nielsen
    Owen Nielsen 17 days ago

    All the newer tech heavy machines have problems.

  • farm.central. ohio
    farm.central. ohio 17 days ago +1

    I just hope people realize this is not the reality for 98% of farmers across the country.

  • top hauler
    top hauler 17 days ago

    how many acres do yaw farm

  • Robert Roche
    Robert Roche 17 days ago

    Very entertaining!

  • Jellykid July
    Jellykid July 17 days ago

    My friends dad runs a farm and they have the exact same Lexion with tracks and they let me run it!!!

  • Brian Beard
    Brian Beard 17 days ago

    BAh! CLAAS blows, get red one.
    (Dons nomex gear and straps in)

  • Nizzy10
    Nizzy10 17 days ago

    can this man say one bad thing about JD? lol

    DUBMANS 17 days ago

    12:50 - 14:10 typical German overengeering

    DUBMANS 17 days ago

    Didn't know that they had claas in the states, though it was a euro only brand.

  • Kathy Malaspina
    Kathy Malaspina 17 days ago

    I swear I am addicted to your videos. LOL

  • Farmer Elias
    Farmer Elias 17 days ago

    Very nice Video I like the Combine gettings from Germany

  • steve austin
    steve austin 17 days ago

    pissin on my corn flakes again lol

  • Colonial Roofing of North Carolina

    I know alot of people don't feel like I do but if you look at the last 50 years how the foreign machinery has real taken over in our country, I know other country's habe some really good products but they are charging for it as well, but for me to see it in the automotive,farming even cutti g your grass there is so one in some other country making it while people here need a job and they off set that with giving away money and stamps and in the end making people less productive and more dependent on government taking care of them and of course pushing vote take overs with those things as well, the point is the end results isn't benefits

  • 李善德
    李善德 18 days ago

    The National Review magazine published the article “China Accused of Harvesting Organs of Uighurs, Falun Gong Religious Group” by reporter Zachary Evans on September 26, 2019.

    The article reported that a human rights lawyer has accused the Chinese government of murdering members of the Uighur Muslim minority and the Falun Gong religious group to harvest their organs, and has urged the U.N. Human Rights Council to investigate the allegations.

  • DingleZilla
    DingleZilla 18 days ago

    Millenium technology causing millenial age problems!

  • Kevin Stebanuk
    Kevin Stebanuk 18 days ago

    I see when you guys work into the wind you keep on working but when the wind picks up strong do you stop until the wind slows down are you keep on going???

  • John Zens
    John Zens 18 days ago


  • Daryl Smith
    Daryl Smith 18 days ago

    Love the video's you crazy kid.