Installing a fence and planting trees

28-Iyl, 2019
2 450 361 Ko‘rishlar soni

Adding 3 more panels to an exisiting privacy fence and planting a few trees.

  • Cammarata fatti furbo ahahahaha

    enrico rossienrico rossiKun oldin
  • I really like u r work I also like to different work to do....I really like to work with you

    Pravin ChettriPravin Chettri3 kun oldin
  • Isn't the fence facing the wrong way?

    Michael BradyMichael Brady4 kun oldin
  • Что за белая смесь?

    Руслан ВалерьевичРуслан Валерьевич4 kun oldin
  • '9

    Colin SmithColin Smith7 kun oldin
  • PT harya dewa

    official selff loaderofficial selff loader13 kun oldin
  • Tony NagyTony Nagy13 kun oldin
  • You planted a PEAR tree? I only saw ONE! LOL

    Romeo WhiskeyRomeo Whiskey19 kun oldin
  • Trees, shrubs, fences make for good neighbors. Next episode..."the neighbor from hell", when he realizes you put up trees to block his sun for his solar panels. Your property is the rockiest land. Is upper New York state all like that?

    Diane ADiane A20 kun oldin
  • Job number one when you are going to dig your holes first thing to do check out your surroundings clear out bush grass ivy whatever else is in your way make your surface manageable so you can work it does not look like this was done on this job when you have to stop to clear away the groundcover on your job is not a very good idea to do. He has a bucket on the front of the tractor this would’ve been the first thing I would’ve done to clear away all this bush before I was to Mark post hole first thing The old farmers teach clear away your crap before you put your holes in does not look like this was done for this job don’t know why

    TIm NashTIm Nash25 kun oldin
  • Tim from Canada here is my question you have the auger on the front of your tractor when you’re being smart to turn the tractor around and clear away all the grass and roots and ivy it would’ve made a cleaner surface,to your whole

    TIm NashTIm Nash25 kun oldin
  • installing a fence

    kamaroway güntherkamaroway günther25 kun oldin
  • Andrew check out funnest way to remove a tree stump on stoney Ridge farmer.

    Jimmie VetorJimmie Vetor27 kun oldin
  • 6:30 RIP the flowers lol

    Alexis ggAlexis gg29 kun oldin
  • 20:28

    theodore Cartmantheodore Cartman29 kun oldin
  • Kind a looks like you’re a little jealous when you have to hide your neighbors solar panels and that was a cheap either

    Jerry MchaleJerry MchaleOy oldin
  • Saludos desde Puerto Rico, me encanta ver todos tus videos y verte trabajar, haces tantas cosas me encanta verte trabajar, me pareses un hombre muy inteligente.❤🙏bendiciones.

    Myrna RiveraMyrna RiveraOy oldin
  • Want more videos, Really enjoy your site. Need more please!

    bob loomisbob loomisOy oldin
  • How come you don’t have a ripper attachment for stump , roots & rock removal ?

    Eddie Morton Tap ManEddie Morton Tap ManOy oldin
  • 16:37 nice try 😂 Best solution is to make a bowline knot around the stem and one around the one fork. With a secondary cord you do the same around the fork, but tie a slip knot around the root ball. Gives you perfect control and both knots can be easily opend again.

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • 3:40 I'm sure that's OSHA approved 😂

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Just here rewatching some Camarata videos!

    Mr JonasMr JonasOy oldin
  • Did not show?, cutting around outside of root ball, prior to planting. Can get root bound while out of ground for awhile, ans not do as well when plnted.

  • that fall was almost bad... almost!

    farmer864farmer864Oy oldin
  • Great video! Love this guy!

    Blyndon McLaughlinBlyndon McLaughlinOy oldin
  • That auger has been through some tough stuff

    DownhillDownhillOy oldin
  • MMMmmmm Andrew was suspiciously adept at rubbing grease on that shaft.

    Wayne GoffWayne Goff2 oy oldin
  • When that wire broke and the tree fell the first thing I looked at was the owners face😳

    MrDavidelliottjrMrDavidelliottjr2 oy oldin
  • Can't help looking at how this guy works! Any machine or tool he uses looks just an extension of his body, if not just part of it. God level skills and God given talent.

    tinamutinamu2 oy oldin
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    Bro Nang joy zinBro Nang joy zin2 oy oldin
  • We err ru vv%

    Mary TrenorMary Trenor2 oy oldin
  • Mice

    Pawan ManhasPawan Manhas2 oy oldin
  • Love thy neighbors, but build fences higher then theirs.

    WhatsInaName -WhatsInaName -2 oy oldin
  • What state and country do you live beautiful country

    Shirley GeorgeShirley George2 oy oldin
  • HAVE LITTLE tree in place, let's put three more.

    Andre AlvarengaAndre Alvarenga2 oy oldin
  • I didn't know that Nissan make machines

    Valentim MotovlogValentim Motovlog2 oy oldin
  • Really enjoy watching your video

    Yasmin GhaniYasmin Ghani2 oy oldin
  • Haven't used that thing in 5 years and if it was left it on the ground outdoors and you expect it to work ? 🤔. I have a thing about keeping equipment undercover And out of the weather seems to work quite well.

    will fwill f2 oy oldin
  • Those 3 point PTO post hole diggers are floppy donky dicks. I hate them. Get a skid steer one if you're doing more than a few posts. Good thing he's not!

    hypercube33hypercube332 oy oldin
  • You show a nice place there I like to know what state is that thank you for the video

    Santos RolonSantos Rolon2 oy oldin
  • This is his parents house. That was his Dad and Mom.

    Mike KehoeMike Kehoe2 oy oldin
  • Gentle touch with the trees.

    michael patonmichael paton2 oy oldin
  • Pro shafts suck if you don’t use them often.

    OZ D1983OZ D19832 oy oldin
  • demen trabajo amimegusta loque asen ustedes

    Raul AlvarezRaul Alvarez2 oy oldin
  • 🎳

    Sarah Geggie Tyler GoodwinsSarah Geggie Tyler Goodwins2 oy oldin
  • you live in forest ?

    MichalMichal2 oy oldin
  • Not sure if you're attempting to block a neighbor or block something else. Of note: In many places in the US the fence installer is required to have the ugly side of the fence facing them. Based on what I saw here your pretty side is pretty ugly. I'm thinking, 'If you cannot do a job correctly, don't do it at all'.

    W M CW M C2 oy oldin
  • Great job & Levi`s still swimming! LOL

    Jayne DoeJayne Doe2 oy oldin
  • I've always drilled a few hole in my post so the freeze doesn't pop them out of the ground.

    Keystone CarpenterKeystone Carpenter2 oy oldin
  • Andrew: great work! A tip: the soil appeared very dry when you dug the hole for the trees. How about a couple buckets of water in the hole before dropping the tree. Gives the tree a little head start.

    ppeind01ppeind013 oy oldin
  • You are a hack! Definitely third-world workmanship... are you from Mexico? Worst job I've ever seen!

    Expert CoolingExpert Cooling3 oy oldin
  • I've found that if I remove the pto shaft when not in use and storing it indoors they work better.

    Gary murtGary murt3 oy oldin
  • Andrew, you are inspirational to all of us, even old man like me!

    SuperKwame1SuperKwame13 oy oldin
  • On the tree thing, if you can't remove almost all the wrapping and spread / slice the outer roots, you are better off just starting with a smaller tree. Personally, I like to start with bare root trees if I can, they are much cheaper, usually easier to plant, and if done right actually end up growing much better in the end in the native soil. I have a bunch of trees that I planted 7 years ago. Pines and spruce were all 12-18" and they are now 8-12' and growing like crazy. Also planted bare root hybrid red maples( autumn blaze....) They were 3/4" and about 5' tall. They are now all over 25 feet tall and about 6" diameter. Many species are available bare root including all fruit trees. It gives you better trees in the end and is much cheaper especially if you have many trees to plant. Here, we can get small bare root trees for just over $1 each from our local soil and water conservation district each spring. It's a great way to get some great trees!

    Christopher HaakChristopher Haak3 oy oldin
  • Salut sava

    Enfant AvrilEnfant Avril3 oy oldin
  • A man like myself - work as much as you can by yourself - don't cull work because its beneath you. I am an 80 yr old fan, keep up your work style.

    zane lilezane lile4 oy oldin
  • It's Troy time again. When I install a wood post, I use plain old pea gravel or rock like you use on your roads. The reason is when you use concrete around your post , when it hardens you just have a bigger post. When you use gravel, every time the posts moves the gravel moves down and gets tighter. If it does get out of place push it the way you want it to go. The gravel settles the post is straight again. With your auger it probably would take a 5 gallon bucket to fill your hole and leave it with a mound of gravel. The reason for the mound is when the gravel settles it fills the hole. Try it you will like the results. This leaves out Lowe's and a water hose. Later

    David ReevesDavid Reeves4 oy oldin
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    Zeynep YumluZeynep Yumlu4 oy oldin
  • Don't concrete pressure treated posts...they will rot faster...simply back fill with dirt and water. W/concrete 10 years maybe W/O concrete 25-40 years Simply don't need concrete for fence or decks posts , if your worried about post settling then use a 12" x 12" concrete block pad in bottom of hole! This allows water to leach away from the wood posts.

    Rich LinderRich Linder4 oy oldin
  • I'm surprised you didn't put full span post to post backboards between the new fence and together posts. It makes it much stronger structurally in high winds.

    Ronald HeitRonald Heit4 oy oldin
  • Please never ever try to couple a pto with the engine running again. I don't care how impossible it is for it to turn on by itself, pepole still get hurt that way every year, please don't be one of them. Besides that, great video as always :)

    Pjuklarven83Pjuklarven834 oy oldin
  • Did anybody notice that the shaft on the auger is bent ?

    Daniel D.Daniel D.4 oy oldin
  • 1:30 Something interesting is going to happen in a few seconds.😂

    Fancill LuioFancill Luio4 oy oldin
  • i don't know if you were lazy or you don't know how to build a fence.

    Mauricio HernandezMauricio Hernandez4 oy oldin
  • For a little excavator it handle that root system pretty well.

    J BJ B4 oy oldin
  • Andrew Você tem público no Brasil Poderia ter legendas em português?

    José Pereira CavalcantiJosé Pereira Cavalcanti5 oy oldin
  • What is the "powder" used at approx. 14:33 ?

    Pedro ParamoPedro Paramo5 oy oldin
  • How old is this guy?

    Djamel HamdiaDjamel Hamdia5 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata You started early in life,and I envy you for that.I'm 37 and can't decide what to do with mine.

      Djamel HamdiaDjamel Hamdia5 oy oldin
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      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • 18:44 Or maybe you had to first remove the bag that has the root of the tree before the tree was buried?

    Stanisław KStanisław K5 oy oldin
  • Love this video, and the rock walls that you have built around your parents property...Would love to have a stone patio like that here at Our Home in Upper Northeast Illinois, but no way Paul and I could do all that... looks so nice though. Beautiful job, Andrew:-)

    Donna L. OglesbyDonna L. Oglesby5 oy oldin
  • I learn so much where the roots are below a tree THANKS>

  • Less water makes stronger concrete.

    Steve HollandSteve Holland5 oy oldin
  • You don't want your fruit trees to get that big.

    The Broken OneThe Broken One5 oy oldin
  • You didn't remove the old fence?

    The Broken OneThe Broken One5 oy oldin
  • I'm surprised the dogs haven't learned to drive and operate the machinery .

    Steve TSteve T5 oy oldin
  • Those were nice mature trees you picked up. I have found the Loews near me has a good nursery.

    LewLew5 oy oldin
  • I just love the health and safety in America lol

    Richard KowalskiRichard Kowalski5 oy oldin
  • Rambos knife?

    TallaghtTallaght5 oy oldin
  • I like the wheels on the blue ford tractor they look awesome👍

    James AtkinsJames Atkins5 oy oldin
  • One of the square stones got buried @10:00

    Aaron DAaron D5 oy oldin
  • Thank you Andrew

    Michael DavidMichael David5 oy oldin
  • 21:09 That's what she said.

    opryhopefulopryhopeful6 oy oldin
  • This guy, to me, is a lot like a young Paul Short. He knows how to run and work on just about anything. He coukd have a 2 hour video on talking about how to let paint dry and it wouldn't be boring at all. This guy is young enough to be my son, but yet, he's teaching me a lot just by watching his videos.

    opryhopefulopryhopeful6 oy oldin
  • Nice job Andrew. I always enjoy watching your videos. Also I have no doubt you would make a GREAT movie director

    Percy WestPercy West6 oy oldin
  • At 2:01 Am I the only One that thought he is living his shaft lol

    Bobby ThompsonBobby Thompson6 oy oldin
  • The old guy (Your Dad?) thinks he is helping. That's cute XD

    Honey ChopsHoney Chops6 oy oldin
  • awesome ending!

    Felix sFelix s6 oy oldin
  • With the amout of trees you haul away everyday, you need to build a sawmill at your castle and produce lumber lol

    Michael WatersMichael Waters6 oy oldin
  • Good job

    Mark FrostMark Frost6 oy oldin
  • The kind of determination and work attitude that a woman should look in a man as a lifetime partner.

    dinhz72758dinhz727586 oy oldin
  • Hai dei buoni attrezzi ma mi sembra che non sai usarli 😕

    Erenik GrezdaErenik Grezda6 oy oldin
  • Hopefully you watered the heck out of the trees. Pretty hard to over water. Not a worry for most people. I enjoy your videos

    Chuck MeyersChuck Meyers6 oy oldin
  • I have to help my uncle install a new fence at his house over the summer. Glad I found this video.

    Nik SpringerNik Springer6 oy oldin
  • Those labs love the water......nice trees.nice yard.....good job man.

    Troy ArbeauTroy Arbeau6 oy oldin
  • I have a tractor with some attachments : grader blade, backhoe and mulcher/shredder and I'm thinking about buying an excavator with a hammer. I live on the Big Island of Hawaii. Any advice as to Machine size, hydraulic flow etc? Mostly lava rock here so a lot of hammer work.

    Patrick ByrnePatrick Byrne6 oy oldin
  • 12:35 - You can almost hear the plants: WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

    PanPan6 oy oldin
  • You put the fence up backward. The good side should face out.

    The Federal FarmerThe Federal Farmer6 oy oldin
    • Ok but it backs on to his neighbours land not public land but I guess it’s his choice to make not ours

      Paul willsPaul wills5 oy oldin
    • @Paul wills If you put the good side out, it not only looks better (to someone looking at your house from the outside) it also makes it harder to climb, and it allows you the utilitarian functions (Bird feeders, electric fence insulators) of the posts and cross-members.

      The Federal FarmerThe Federal Farmer5 oy oldin
    • Why would you give your neighbours the good side, I wouldn’t, if I paid for the fence I would have the good side

      Paul willsPaul wills5 oy oldin
  • I'm now using his stupid whistle with my dog. Help me!

    Dick MeisterlingDick Meisterling7 oy oldin
  • Nice video, nice installing fence & planting trees. I love it. I enjoy watching.

    Jose Jr. CanillasJose Jr. Canillas7 oy oldin
  • Hey Andrew love your videos bubba! . just one suggestion that has helped me out. Would it be easier for you to have a flatbed trailer? Where the trailer goes over the axles and still have ramps to carry your equipment and materials , i say it because i see thay the fenders on this trailer the fenders tend to get in your way. That would be a sick video if you made a flatbed trailer. Anyways thanks for the videos dude you became one of my favorite channels this year!

    Luisito 713Luisito 7137 oy oldin