22 Replies to “Farming Lessons”

    1. 1) Producing something other people want (unlike 90% of government jobs)
      2) Using internal combustion engine to multiple output, by orders of magnitude
      3) Self sufficient (as opposed to perpetual the perpetual victimhood of regressives)
      4) Gorgeous female (when they shriek that “female” is just a social construct)
      5) Gorgeous female (where they demand everyone should be equal in terms of attractiveness)

  1. This is all a lie. She is lying. Fake video. Agriculture and Farming are not this difficult. How do I know this? In 2016 in the American Republican primaries, Michael Bloomberg, the former RINO mayor of New York City said this:

    “The agrarian society lasted 3,000 years and we could teach processes. I could teach anybody, even people in this room, no offense intended, to be a farmer,” Bloomberg said. “It’s a process. You dig a hole, you put a seed in, you put dirt on top, add water, up comes the corn.”

    So, why is this young lady wasting fossil fuel resources, cutting perfectly good plants. I am sure Mr. Bloomberg has an answer to this. Oh did I mention Mr. Bloomberg is the 13th richest man on earth with a net worth of $76.8 billion. Rich people are smarter than we are, are they not?

  2. Sorry but calling yourself “Destroyer of all Males” means you’re not worth the click.

      1. Love this girl. I think this is the vid where some “Fan” showed up at the farm.. You could see the fire in her eyes when she told the story.. Not a girl to cross. but lovely personality, both her and her husband.

    1. At first I thought she was some feminist who had bad things to say about men…

      I had to google why she calls what she destroys ” male”, as I had never heard it called that before.

      and I found this,

      … Male flowers abort the female flower parts and develop into male flowers, or tassels. Each corn tassel has about 1,000 spikelets, and each spikelet has two florets. Each floret has three anthers, which is the part of the flower that produces pollen, notes Purdue University. …

  3. Totally disappointing video. What a letdown. Notice the wedding ring? I’m heartbroken.

  4. When I was young we used to walk the fields and detassel the males by hand. That destroyer is huge progress.

  5. So as a city person, I think I finally understand why farmers buy seed. I always wondered why farmers have to buy seed, when they “could just use the seeds from some of their crop”. Why would they PAY for it, when you can have it for free?

    Until the video, I didnt appreciate the sheer volume of seed that farmers need. Am guessing that producing tonnes of seed means there are specialized ways and equipment needed to do it. So basically, it is much cheaper to buy it from a specialist, than make it yourself. For the quantities needed on a modern farm.

    Can anyone confirm if this is correct?

  6. Love seeing women work, if we could only marry more than one we could all sit back on the porch sipping lemonade and smoking cigars while they work the fields & factory’s.

  7. Hi Eagle, I have never grown hybrid corn seed but have grown hybrid canola seed. You plant males, call them A, and female seed, call them B. The male A fertilizes the female B and you get the hybrid seed that farmers want to grow. The hybrid AB has better performance than either the A or B. If a farmer tries to plant his own seed that the Hybrid AB produced he will be very disappointed as the seed from Hybrid AB will yield less and not have as many characteristics as the parent hybrid AB. That is why farmers purchase seed. For canola seed production you need bees, either leaf cutter bees or honey bees, to carry the pollen from A to B. Before the males A produce seed (A is just a regular canola plant that the females get the pollen from) those males must be destroyed so there is no A seed in the AB Hybrid production. I assume they destroy the tasseling corn for similar reasons.