23 thoughts on “Easy Garden Cultivation With The Hoss Tools Double Wheel Hoe

    Kenneth Higgins

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    nice video clip, Thumbs Up on it! =}

    Steven Noel

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    I like Hoss tools very well made things , do you have a tractor mounted rototiller to go on your Massey tractor ? that would a big help for you and save you lots of time on your homestead . nice videos thanks for posting them !

    Ermine Braithwaite

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    do you start your garden vegetables from store brought seed? if you do, show how you accomplished
    this?

    Chip Wright

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    Simpler is usually better. You can always count on a good old style hand tool to get the job done. Like you said, no engine to quit working. :)

    Torby4019

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    hehe. I was just going to say, "Papa! Use the one with the engine on it."

    Wendy Benjamin

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    Thanks for sharing. It sure looks like a good garden tool for really old time ingenuity. You sure have a nice bunch of corn growing there. Keep up the good work and looking forward to more videos.

    Grandmas Homestead

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    I have seen the Hoss Tools on several channels. Read comments from folks living in the city, on homesteads, learning to live off grid. Many younger folks only know how to climb on a lawn tractor or use a gas tiller. These products are a throw back to what my folks used before everything got an engine attached to it, they are the products that the folks used when there was only had mule to do everything, if they were lucky. With the world going in the direction it is, the fear of shortages wise people are getting prepared to be off grid, products like these are a step up from a shovel, hand hoe & manual labor, it will have its use. For the family/person with a small area, that currently enjoys or should the time come you have to grow food, finding vintage equipment or replicas may make it possible to feed your family. Everything has it's time and place. Just things my grandmother taught me.

    wizard1396

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    No engine or carb and you get a free workout too! Sure miss seeing the kids run the tools.

    Fabio Pereira

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    ☺😊☺😊🚜🚜🚜🚜🚜🚜🚜🚜🐎🐎🐎🐎 hi frends

    Fred Aldridge

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    Sometimes the manual option is still the best. Anything with an engine is likely to break down. A big thumbs up.

    Nelson Aponte

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    to The Homestead – How -to – Hi Homestesd – Family – good Work – ok

    Hambone Dodge

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    I am still trying to recover from the cost of the tiller I burnt up. how well does that thing do in thick grass,? fescue, Crab grass and Bermuda? you make it look so easy on bare ground.

    Savannah Scott

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    I just watch you video so i can see the kids haveing fun

    Savannah Scott

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    I miss the kid

    Ben Knauss

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    Let me add, I have zero doubt you know just a ton of great stuff, you appear to have been a farmer at some point maybe? But you pass on very little of that knowledge via this channel.

    Ben Knauss

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    If this channel focused on how/why and incidentally included promotions for the hoss wheel hoe… I would be less turned off. I looked back over the last few months and it's lots of kids in short shorts and swimming and car repair… But if I'm homesteading or interested in learning what I need to know is what trap crops work for different crops, animal husbandry… Not showing feed loading into pickups…. Content over flash.

    Matthew Miller,Jr

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    do you have any advice for growing in red clay? that's what my area all is and nothing grows. I try a lot of different methods but it just doesn't seem to help. Thanks

    grizz270

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    hey pops have you heard of carbon tv ? i hear they pay better some how … keep the camera rolling and with all those pretty girls around keep your powder dry

    Kiki Ski

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    That Hoss wheel hoe sure is proving to be money well spent..it seemed to do a pretty able job, even on that more packed soil! We have a little hand cultivator, but it doesn't do near as good a job as the Hoss wheel hoe is doing for you . And you're right…no engine to break down …just as long as the operator is sure to eat a good breakfast or lunch prior to using it…  : ) Two thumbs up my friend.   : )

    Applewood Acres Homestead

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    Great video but does this work well in heavy clay soil?

    Pat Bedenbaugh

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    deep south homestead put one together

    Matt Livers

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    love all of the videos, but I sure miss the kids making them

    Artur Hernadi

    (December 14, 2016 - 2:43 pm)

    Is this the same machine was put together about 2 months ago?

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