BIG John Deere 6920s Tractor! This Thing Is The MOTHER Of TORQUE!

No one has to be a hardcore farmer or a big time tractor fan to like watching videos with big tractors in action doing all kinds of crazy things, which sometimes we do not even fully understand, but yet we all find it to be so funny and appealing for watching.

We are sure that many of you remember quite well some of the totally insane action that we have had in some previous articles, with tractors acting like a submarine, or having a pulling battle, and if your memory is in a good condition, then you probably remember very well the guy with the Volvo BM Terrier Tractorwho which was doing some things, for which most of us thought that were completely out of the question with such a huge machine.



But today we have also prepared you one funny video, in which the main role is for a guy with a big John Deere 6920s tractor, making a deep and long trench in the field, and from what we can see, he does not seem to have an intention to stop anytime in the near future. The main point is really `a mystery`.

However, thanks to your comments in the comment section below we got the idea why this John Deere 6920s tractor is actually doing this! When looking at this video clip from a gearhead, not farmer`s point of view, we could freely say that this particular machine is the mother of torque – as specified in the topic! As a matter of fact, you don`t have to be a gearhead in order to notice what we just said, but you get the point. Anyways, in order to be able to dig such trench in such a short notice with surgical precision is not a small thing to do.




Comments

16 thoughts on “BIG John Deere 6920s Tractor! This Thing Is The MOTHER Of TORQUE!

  1. leonard

    This is not uncommon to do epecially in the wetter climate like where I am from. There is two purposes for this trench. One, is drainage. Here in washington without these tenches to run water off the field otherwise our fields turn to a soupy mess. With a TON of standing water. And in drier climates it’s just the opposite, they can be used for irrigation to get water into the field.

    1. Johnny

      Thanks for your comment Leonard!

    2. Klay

      Here in alberta it’s for flood irrigation. Cheaper than running wheel moves and pivots but more of a pain in the ass. Very few hrs( day or night) you take a canvas anchored to a couple 2×4’s to a certain point in the trench n put it in and anchor it with rocks n thus overflows n floods the field

  2. Michael Van Metre

    He’s doing it to fill with water to siphon water from a ditch, into this trench and out to his crops.

  3. Brandon

    He’s also running a laser (on the tripod in the video) to control the grade of his ditch. Fancy farming technology!

  4. FREDDY GASTON PEREYRA

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  5. Jp

    Cameraman -.- !!!!

    1. Johnny

      We love it too 🙂 Thanks for your comment Wanda!

  6. rob_1369

    Holy ….! I guess they are preparing for trench warfare in record time!

  7. Andy

    That won’t work in Missouri!

  8. billy

    It’s just wonderful idea 💡

    1. Johnny

      🙂

  9. craig

    Looks like he is installing a field drain. here in Ayrshire, Scotland almost every field has them. Farmers around here would love this machine!

    1. Johnny

      That’s nice to hear Craig 🙂 If you get some powerful tractors on your camera, feel free to share them with us 🙂

      1. craig

        Will do Johnny 🙂

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