Clearing land with a dozer

16-Dek, 2019
1 920 242 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a bulldozer to clear some stumps, grading a new driveway, loading logs, and delivering gravel.

  • I am watching this video and I am currently on a land clearing job, going to be pasture land. I “love” it when trees are bucked up and piled on the stumps to be removed or branches are piled on the stumps.

    Jim PotterJim Potter4 soat oldin
  • This was so fascinating to watch! Who knew? :)

    CatNerdKnitsCatNerdKnits7 soat oldin
  • drainage?

    David WostrelDavid Wostrel6 kun oldin
  • Where is this?

    Jet JaguarJet Jaguar6 kun oldin
  • Put a Pamper Disposable Diaper around the filter, helps to keep it warm from the cold draft.

    Mr. Ken 6.5-06 longrange grdhog eliminator MillerMr. Ken 6.5-06 longrange grdhog eliminator Miller7 kun oldin
  • Lots of firewood pushed into the forest

    Tools & TimberTools & Timber8 kun oldin
  • Then d4s are wrecking machines when put in the hands of a good operator 👍👍 Love your vids man👌🤙

    YeniorMYeniorM11 kun oldin
  • Where are you located?

    Dianne RaifDianne Raif11 kun oldin
  • I didn't know that you could do a lot of damage with that. Love it.

    Dianne RaifDianne Raif11 kun oldin
  • How do you keep your bulldozer fueled? It seems like your going all day and I know it's not the best on fuel. Really appreciate the long video.

    Bob CarterBob Carter12 kun oldin
  • You are doing a great job I see that you own just about every equipment do you owned a mulching machine

    Edward CartwrightEdward Cartwright12 kun oldin
  • You need to opt for a better music sound.

    chip bakerchip baker13 kun oldin
  • a team of skilled arborists.. takes a week and still have to grind the stumps. this guy? 8 hours job done

    tren vantren van14 kun oldin
  • Hb the obs in the beginning of the video how much that things sweet

    Nick CaligiuriNick Caligiuri17 kun oldin
  • IDK what it is, but i LOVE watching you get all this work done. You sir deserve an award for how hard, and knowledgeable you are at your trade! If you ever need an apprentice or a second hand, DIBS on the first application! (I'm a cnc programmer and operator by trade, feel free to change my path)

    Brock BorensBrock Borens18 kun oldin
  • Love the work. U kick ass. before 13 mins, knocking down that tree was awesome and easy for you. - wish I had competent people like you around me. Keep up the good work. Downloading your skills. C

    C TheTruthC TheTruth18 kun oldin
  • In the west a d7 is a minimum to build logging roads The trees are way bigger.. but same as Andrew does here..

    Terry TenleyTerry Tenley18 kun oldin
    • Fun to watch always Andrew..thx

      Terry TenleyTerry Tenley18 kun oldin
  • To some it’s a job..but to many it’s a passion..if you do it right you make money..who works for you is important like Andrew.. great job bro

    Terry TenleyTerry Tenley18 kun oldin
  • In forestry.. logging is tough..wood mills low ball contractors..mills buy timber sales and contract a logger called gipohs..they build roads to the sight, cut, skid and load logs for the mill... it’s cut throat..I watch Andrew and think what joy to work with..

    Terry TenleyTerry Tenley18 kun oldin
  • Everyday was an adventure with the US Forest Service.. we are in 42 states with 156 national forests..I would of enjoyed Andrew..I worked on one forest in West Virginia. The rest in wash, Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, Montana and some Wyoming.. all was fun..required body in shape and willingness to get the job done..37 years..was a great time..

    Terry TenleyTerry Tenley18 kun oldin
  • As a forester..that worked for 37 years in the west..building logging roads, harvest dead and stagnant forest..this guy has my respect..great passion andrew

    Terry TenleyTerry Tenley18 kun oldin
  • das ist mal ein studierter Forstarbeiter. Wer kein Hirn hat ,hat einen Dozer ! Typisch Ami !

    Hellena-OPIHellena-OPI19 kun oldin
  • Landowner: I need you to clear out a large chunk of a national forest. Andrew: I can do that.

    TheTacticalBarrageTheTacticalBarrage20 kun oldin
  • How much does all this work cost?

    TheTacticalBarrageTheTacticalBarrage20 kun oldin
  • Please excuse me for my ignorance .. totally new to this channel, but what is it that you put on the side of the dozer when you start the engine..??

    RomZ CollainimZRomZ CollainimZ21 kun oldin
  • Man I love that operator view you can start to feel the intuitive rhythm going on with how you’re cutting. Can definitely see the advantage of those brush guards too. Outstanding man. Subbed 🤘🏼

    Michael WillsMichael Wills23 kun oldin
    • There go the chunks of ice!!

      SISSY Sue Brett PANTYSISSYSISSY Sue Brett PANTYSISSY21 kun oldin
  • Keep Pressing!

    Alexei TetenovAlexei Tetenov24 kun oldin
  • Gotta love it when you're just plowing along through the forest and you run across a big pile of road base 🤣👍

    Jim MurphyJim Murphy25 kun oldin
  • Three o'clock in the morning with a joint watching AC. can't get better than that ha, nice to see you have a crew you won't make older people worried, the skid steer work nice good work as always. Plenty of fire wood to hear the castle cool

    Bruce BlaisBruce Blais25 kun oldin
  • Live in a snow area, and an open cab???

    Hjörleifur IngasonHjörleifur Ingason26 kun oldin
    • I guess Americans are just tougher like that.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata23 kun oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata That open cab nonsense seems to be exclusive to America

      Hjörleifur IngasonHjörleifur Ingason23 kun oldin
    • Yes. That heat nonsense will make you cold.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata26 kun oldin
  • Worst destruction of timber in a deforestation I have ever seen. Horrible!

    Massa MollMassa Moll28 kun oldin
  • Désolé Andrew ! T'es magnifiques vidéo sont trop entrecoupé de spot publicitaire. C'est avec tristesse que je dois interrompre mes visionnage.

    Aline LévieuxAline LévieuxOy oldin
  • Andrew, I cannot get over the excellent work you do. You are are a real artist when it comes to laying out a job and mastering the look and the quality of it. I just love watching you at play, If you could video more of this kind of action I know I'd be a happy watcher. Thank you for your time in videoing and the care you put into every little thing you do.

    Damien SampsonDamien SampsonOy oldin
  • That cat is a little beast.great work.

    stokiestew potterstokiestew potterOy oldin
  • I know it's Andrew's busy time but I am so desperate to see some new videos I may have to go to NY and just follow him around

  • Excellent video! Great job!

    Danny GoddardDanny GoddardOy oldin
  • I used to run a dr dozer

    Kristy StaatsKristy StaatsOy oldin

    Robert CowanRobert CowanOy oldin
  • At the end of the video it looked like there needed to be a drainage ditch for all the spring thaw and rain water to flow into. All that gravel looked like it just kept sinking into the mud.

    Mr.McGooverMr.McGooverOy oldin
  • This machine is very weak, crap.

    Carlos AlfredoCarlos AlfredoOy oldin
    • How can you say that, It pushed those big stumps right out of the ground.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • Powerful little workhorse. That little thing definitely does the job.

    Davey CrocketDavey CrocketOy oldin
  • I like watching a professional at work! GOOD jOB.

    Robert SerrRobert SerrOy oldin
  • Love your videos, I am hooked. I was wondering why you don’t use a chipper?

    Diane MDiane MOy oldin
  • It doesn't matter now, but in the future, someone should run a metal detector around those old rock walls. It may have been an old homestead and there could be really old coins or other artifacts there.

    TeddyJak EddyTeddyJak EddyOy oldin
  • Hoping that you could continue posting these videos. They have been very few as of late.

    D Bern55D Bern55Oy oldin
  • I think clearing is much easier than planting trees

    Dwikappa Asri UtamaDwikappa Asri UtamaOy oldin
  • was so sad when the vid ended. so good thanks!!

    john pjohn pOy oldin
  • How do you expect this road to last?The lorry delivering the stone is sinking in all over the place.

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-TateOy oldin
    • Its fine. once it gets hard it stays hard.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew CamarataOy oldin
  • I couldn't help to know that you are in New York. What part of New York and what's your rate

    Juan Carlos MunozJuan Carlos MunozOy oldin
  • 💪👌🤘

    Сергей ПономарёвСергей ПономарёвOy oldin
  • He gets paid for doing a job that he loves I say will done keep up the good work

    Efrain RegaladoEfrain RegaladoOy oldin
  • Good old wholesome work! Hard worker this guy is. I couldn't help but notice there's a lot of these👎, This is what I to 👎. 🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕

    Steve BolducSteve BolducOy oldin
  • Awesome channel sir I’m a new subscriber I just stumbled across this and now I can’t stop watching. What part of New York are you in? I run from northern Kentucky to Syracuse NY three times a week

    Craig RasnicCraig RasnicOy oldin
  • Best and most interesting videos on you tube - tks Andrew!!!!

    Allan PetersAllan PetersOy oldin
  • What does a job like this cost?

    Michael HardingMichael HardingOy oldin
  • Does anyone know where he gets the music from the time lapses?

    Matt DustMatt DustOy oldin
  • damn you could almost built small log cabin with straight trees like that. but, i think Andrew has said the wood isn't super great? at least for fire wood it's not

    cdoublejjcdoublejjOy oldin
  • Being from Australia, I am assuming Andrew is somewhere in New York State? Andrew reminds me of my late father, he can put his hand to anything; I think that's what appeals to me. he just loves what he does.

    Robert CooperRobert CooperOy oldin
  • Very bad idea to burning all that’s wood like that

    Adel AlaadelAdel AlaadelOy oldin
  • You can't help but feel sorry for a couple ol boys that can't light a fire with dry wood and a gallon of gas. Thanks for posting the long videos .

    Buddy SBuddy SOy oldin
  • The amazing thing about these videos is the pacing; just when I think, "time to move on" it goes to FF. Perfect pacing.

    Scout RifleScout RifleOy oldin
    • @Ben Jover 😝

      Greg TarrGreg Tarr13 kun oldin
    • His fast forward parts are played at a comfortable speed also.

      Ben JoverBen Jover21 kun oldin
  • Naurettavaa pelleilyä tuommonen, eikö nuo osaa tehdä mitään kunnolla, vaan haaskataan hyvää puutavaraa.

    Jouni PaloniemiJouni PaloniemiOy oldin
  • That grapple bucket is worth its weight in gold huh

    Will USAWill USAOy oldin
  • When a diesel start easy in the wintertime it means it has good compression if you have to use starter fluid to get a diesel started in the winter means the Rings are going

    Will USAWill USAOy oldin
  • A large wood chipper could handle all those branches and logs.

    Stephen Safran iiiStephen Safran iiiOy oldin
  • All videos can be as long as necessary to get the info across, people with short attention spans take notice.

    Stephen Safran iiiStephen Safran iiiOy oldin
  • Hey Andrew, Park your truck with the bed pointing downhill a little. It'll save you a lot of work the next morning... I really enjoy your videos a lot!!!

    Daniel JonesDaniel JonesOy oldin
  • Your making a big mess. Where is you excavator ?

    Frank GrahamFrank GrahamOy oldin

    josian rodriguezjosian rodriguezOy oldin
  • Me: Oh that sucks, the video is done.. Video: Lol, nope! Half way Thank you for sharing the entire project. I find myself watching your videos and getting ideas of my own. With this much information, I can really get a good idea of what it takes to plan and price a job accurately.

    Andrew SAndrew SOy oldin
  • The new bobcat is a "tom cat" isn't it. Mowww!!! You really have to put in a lot of time to do a job like that the right way. Great work and great video

    Ray WilsonRay WilsonOy oldin
  • you'd have to be stupid to subscribe to epoch times

    Mark De SanctisMark De SanctisOy oldin
  • Legitimately one of the best channels on youtube, forever.

    N. VandervortN. VandervortOy oldin
  • If you jump your vehicles a lot you should look into investing in slave cables and nato ports for your vehicles and equipment.

    Allen .BergeAllen .BergeOy oldin
  • Being from south west missouri I'm so jealous of your soil lol.. its solid rock and clay 2 inches down. Pretty much most of my area

    Ryan McBeeRyan McBeeOy oldin
  • Oh good so I'm not the only one who always slips when changing filters.

    Sidney FeinSidney FeinOy oldin
  • I think I've watched this 3 times ! Not sure why its so satisfying but it is !😂😂

    Jackie BinnsJackie BinnsOy oldin
  • I think I've watched this 3 times ! Not sure why its so satisfying but it is !😂😂

    Jackie BinnsJackie BinnsOy oldin
  • Andrew is definitely one of the hardest workers I've seen on UZworld and there's nothing he can't do sir you inspire people

    Subscriber challenge 25k subs no videosSubscriber challenge 25k subs no videos2 oy oldin
  • Another high quality video, love the music also. Thanks Andrew

    Gerry BergeronGerry Bergeron2 oy oldin
  • what a tosser.

    Glynn BuckleyGlynn Buckley2 oy oldin
  • Knocking down trees and digging up stumps seems like more fun than work and you get paid for it.

    James NastoJames Nasto2 oy oldin
  • Get on with it Fme

    Wayne MorrisonWayne Morrison2 oy oldin
  • Camarata 2020 4 PRES!!!!

    TheInvisibleOneTheInvisibleOne2 oy oldin
  • trees and stumps are no joke in your part of the world. bulldozer seems the way to get rid of them though

    krashdown102krashdown1022 oy oldin
  • Anything that has air brakes at the end of each day you should empty the tanks of all water that's the air tanks for your brakes if not it will freeze everything up

    Will USAWill USA2 oy oldin
  • I also drove all kinds of big trucks tractor trailers dump trailers lowboys tandem dump trucks tri axle dump trucks you always put the bed up a little bit that way you keeps the water out of the back of your body from freezing it also keeps the cylinder well also empty

    Will USAWill USA2 oy oldin
  • Andrew, can your new IHI channel any engine heat into the cockpit when its bitter outside? If not, couldn’t you fabricate something that could do that? It sure would make working in your miserable winters more tolerable. How about your excavators. Do those cabins have heat and AC?

    Dennis FahlstromDennis Fahlstrom2 oy oldin
  • Seth Rich.

    Eugenius NPCEugenius NPC2 oy oldin
  • How do you charge for a job like this? Is it going by the hour? Thanks!

    John SmithJohn Smith2 oy oldin
  • 950 tree huggers hit dislike

    Proud AmericanProud American2 oy oldin
  • Its 4am and I'm binge watching Camarata videos again lol

    monkeybrelinmonkeybrelin2 oy oldin
  • Dude love your videos but please spend some money on new batteries for your Equiptment

    David AgarDavid Agar2 oy oldin
  • I love it when you speed up you work motion. Warp speed captain!

    James DiehlJames Diehl2 oy oldin
  • It's refreshing to watch a video without being asked " like comment subscribe"👍

    slick talkerslick talker2 oy oldin
  • What happens when it defrosts?

    Paul Ice-TatePaul Ice-Tate2 oy oldin
  • man that little thing puts in the work. nice.

    Godw1ll99Godw1ll992 oy oldin
  • I think your dozer needs new spark plugs lol

    PiledriverPiledriver2 oy oldin
  • those are some nice red pines, lots of lumber there

    Robert PowersRobert Powers2 oy oldin
  • Don't let him near it

    Peter WilsonPeter Wilson2 oy oldin