#836 Clearing for Dream Garage, Chipper Chick does her thing!

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Outdoors With The Morgans

3 ай мурун

After the much needed rain Melissa and I fired up the Kubota MX 5400, Wallenstein BX 52R Chipper and Stihl MS 261 and resumed clearing for our dream garage. Took another Cherry Tree Down, Cut some up for firewood and chipped the rest into the Moritz Dump Trailer.
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Equipment that we use on the Property:
Kubota MX 5400 with Cab
Kubota BX 23S with Loader, Mid Mount Mower and Backhoe
Woodmizer LX 150 Sawmill
Wallenstein FX 85 Skidding Winch
Wallenstein BX 52R Chipper
Polaris 900 Crew Side x Side
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Timothy Mckenzie
Timothy Mckenzie 16 күн мурун
Mike that that pretty little lady gonna get your butt 😂
Increase your RPM's. It will be easier on everything including the fact that the chips will shoot into the trailer better. Just a suggestion!
Steve Waybright
Steve Waybright Ай мурун
Purify your rain water by letting it strain/ filter thru coal..its the best way!! We have done it b4!!!!
Tom Clifton
Tom Clifton 2 ай мурун
Kind of jealous of you - all those cherry trees for lumber. Here in Missouri we have a wealth of Oak and Hickory, plenty of big walnut, but not a lot of cherry. Cherri is such beautiful wood for cabinets and flooring...
Larry Mulkey
Larry Mulkey 2 ай мурун
All that saw dust/wood chips works great for horse bedding. Just a thought.
Bill Badger
Bill Badger 2 ай мурун
I want all of your toys....
MiChelle Jaggard
MiChelle Jaggard 3 ай мурун
What happened to Hunters fire wood business?
Andrew Rickard
Andrew Rickard 3 ай мурун
Need to make Chipper Chick a push stick. Yes I see the rhyme.
Leonard Shultz
Leonard Shultz 3 ай мурун
Calculating square footage at 2880, even though you will have more with the pitch of the roof, 0ne inch of rain would equal about 2000+ gallons of water.
Andy Williams
Andy Williams 3 ай мурун
Check out the handyman video. He is a young man from Arizona and he is all about rain harvesting. I hope you get the info. you need. Take Care .
Derek Piehl
Derek Piehl 3 ай мурун
Thanks Mike for the great videos. Once I get my small tractor bout the size of the bx 23s. I'm gonna get the small wallensteen chipper. Few ?s. Do u take the time to sharpen your chainsaw chains and why do u chip so many limbs that u could make into firewood keep up the great content
Michael Elkins
Michael Elkins 3 ай мурун
1700 gallons of water isn’t much, and I’m speaking from experience!!. You use way more water than you think, if you think 1700 gallons is enough, you need to triple that number on the low side, 5000 gallons might take of you with a low producing well, but if you are wanting to make it your main water source, I personally would go to a 10,000 gallon system, you can think I’m nuts, but I live north of Columbus Ohio and we haven’t had enough rain in over 2 weeks and off the size roof you are building, you wouldn’t have collected enough for a cup of coffee!!. They have filtering blocks that filters out the leaves and and stuff like that, before it goes into the tank.
The2ndKombat 3 ай мурун
Sam Diamond
Sam Diamond 3 ай мурун
We are in the final stage of our 40 x80 building. So we share your excitement! Also our colors are very close to yours. Good luck with your project and can’t wait to see your finished product.
Hotrod_1952 3 ай мурун
Hey Mike tonight was the first time I'd seen the chipper in use.. I'd think if you wanted to try to extend the discharge chute a little, you might use a piece of black 6" or 8" PVC drainage tile and split it lengthwise and and attach it. You could use stove bolts to attach it, keeping the heads on the inside reducing the drag or the chance of the bolts catching a limb.. Need to form it.?? You could possibly use one of those weed burners found like at Tractor Supply stores.!!
Lenny Hall
Lenny Hall 3 ай мурун
I agree with Matt. Chipper and trailer right next to each other. Also, I think you need to leave the chipper in the air. Her leaning over and feeding it looks dangerous for something to go wrong. Balance is everything when you're hands are full. God Bless
Domenic Maiani
Domenic Maiani 3 ай мурун
Everything you use in your videos looks new, perhaps you could produce a video on your equipment maintenance procedures!
Domenic Maiani
Domenic Maiani 3 ай мурун
Mike, what influenced your decision to purchase a Kubota?
Tom Arthur
Tom Arthur 3 ай мурун
Mike...Cherry makes great furniture. That was enough to make a beautiful bar or cabinet in your new shop...
Fabio Forni
Fabio Forni 3 ай мурун
Did you think of just having a new well drilled
John Evans
John Evans 3 ай мурун
Hi I have 2 x 5000 gallon tanks Above ground behind the shed. Galvanise with a coating on the inside called aquaplate TM. Works well for home use for drinking and showering. If you put your tanks below ground and they get empty and it is wet weather that can float out of the ground. Regards from Tasmania Australia Just sit them on 4 inches of blue metal fine crushed rock FCR ( gravel ) and they will be fine ours have been sitting there for 27 years and still going strong.
Bob Davis
Bob Davis 3 ай мурун
A friend of mine uses solar collection for both electricity and hot water for one of his outbuildings (30x50). He just uses power generated in daylight. He keeps the tools chargers out there, along with a few 50000ma power banks to use bsck at the house for charging cellphones, laptops, etc. You would be surprised at how many LED lights run off of a small power bank. If you are even thinking about solar, make sure one of the 72 foot side faces due south, and the pitch of the roof in degrees doesn't exceed the latitude of your area. Pittsburgh is 40 degrees N, so anything less than a 8.5/12 pitch would be ok. Hi
Bob Davis
Bob Davis 3 ай мурун
If you catch all the rainwater from the roof, a little over 1/2" of rain will result in 1000 gallons of water. You may want to reconsider the size of the tank. Also, if you use rainwater for showering, you may need potable water, depends on locale.
Mark Byfield
Mark Byfield 3 ай мурун
Most people look like a sack of Potatoes in dungarees, but Melissa .......
Mark Byfield
Mark Byfield 3 ай мурун
Check local code for 'harvesting rainfall' It's not legal everywhere. It should be, rain doesn't belong to government!!
George Coffman
George Coffman 3 ай мурун
Put your chipper closer to the trailer and angle the shoot down a tad and you won’t get as much mess between the two.
Pete Greaves
Pete Greaves 3 ай мурун
If you have the room look into putting the trailer on the other side for the chipper. The discharge shoot would be closer to the trailer so the lightweight chips and leaves would have a better chance on making it into the trailer. Love that chipper. What's the plan for the wood chips? Twin Cities MN
jack turtle
jack turtle 3 ай мурун
We in Australia just use it strait out the tank I never filtered any in the last 30years
Brian Hubbard
Brian Hubbard 3 ай мурун
Morton building's is the company that put my 100'X300' Barndominium up, it took them 16 days for the building and about five days to finish the living area. I have a 5,000 gallon rain water tank in ground. I have a screen and osmosis filter system. The osmosis system is only for public use water such as, drinking, showering, cooking, the filtering only is for other water needs. God bless you and your family.
Ryan Hefferman
Ryan Hefferman 3 ай мурун
That tree looked like it had a good saw log there. A rather straight cherry till you got closer to the top.
ecstans07 3 ай мурун
1700 gallons is not as much as it sounds like. Just use it for exterior water.
Richard Zacholl
Richard Zacholl 3 ай мурун
It's easier to pull the trees over if you have to remove the stump.
jackal 3 ай мурун
why didn't you cut that tree on the mill?? that's some good looking wood
Mike Elwood
Mike Elwood 3 ай мурун
We know that both girls are also into fitness. Have the girls considered that working on these projects with you might supplement their workout regimens?
Kip Cudd
Kip Cudd 3 ай мурун
Do you sharpen your own saw chains?
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
WAVETUBE84 3 ай мурун
How big of a garage.......no garage is big enough!
Linwood Machine
Linwood Machine 3 ай мурун
Check your state laws, in some states it is illegal to collect and store rainwater. that is quite dictatorial in my opinion but it is happening.
Lonnie Chartrand
Lonnie Chartrand 3 ай мурун
Almon Jacob
Almon Jacob 3 ай мурун
You tubers Life Uncontained installed a water collection system and did a video about there filtration and water treatment system
Jan Skoropinski
Jan Skoropinski 3 ай мурун
Melissa you have very good stamina. If there is one thing about feeding a chipper, it is a lot of WORK!
David Graham
David Graham 3 ай мурун
Mike, i am sure you have been asked this before, what chains do you use in you saws? i don't care about the brand but what are the specs? The other question I have, what the smallest diameter branch you will cut for fire wood? I see you chipping branches I would cut for firewood. As the saying goes - waste not, want not. Just curious, Dave G
Jan Skoropinski
Jan Skoropinski 3 ай мурун
Sounds like a good choice for your building location. There are 300 million + people in the U.S. and everyone would have a different need for a building like you are planning. But there is only one of you two. Your idea is perfect.
alfred febbroriello
alfred febbroriello 3 ай мурун
Mike , check out April Wilkerson KGpost video 1/19/2020 about water collection system, all good information, also check out her home built saw mill that was built on Matt Cremona`s design, check out his saw milling and woodworking.
Wayne Joey
Wayne Joey 3 ай мурун
Hey Mike, picking that whole tree off the ground with the Kubota and grapple and moving it looked pretty cool.😳
Gara Hastings
Gara Hastings 3 ай мурун
Pool still in the future? You’ll want to store more water than 1700 gal. Plan for the future! Also check out RR buildings you tube channel.
Thayne Rich
Thayne Rich 3 ай мурун
See Life Uncontained channel for a good rainwater collection system. Rainwater is their primary source.
Arthur Stanicic
Arthur Stanicic 3 ай мурун
Love watching the work you do on the property, keep it up its fantastic
zbudda 3 ай мурун
Check out red poppy ranch, he uses a uv light filter system for his well water into the house, a treatment for 100% potable drinking water. He has valve spigot taps in to the water line out in the yard before going through the uv light filter, he uses the unfiltered water for the garden, animals, work shop vehicles and equipment, and would also be good for topping up a pool. The uv light filter system is powered by his solar array & battery system.
Randolph suggested RR Builders and I agree. They build awesome steel buildings using post frame technique. Here's a 40x72 currently under construction: kgpost.info/will/video/zX3FraWD3WSBfZY Have fun with your build.
Scott Morris
Scott Morris 3 ай мурун
Uhhggg, why did you cut that up for firewood?! Plank that up and use it in your new building!
Matt Trenery
Matt Trenery 3 ай мурун
That butt
Jason J
Jason J 3 ай мурун
Great video! Thanks for sharing. Pool Barn - excellent name!!
95SLE 3 ай мурун
Check a reputable source for how much water you will collect. I am in a 4 bedroom home and in a 10 minute downpour my roof water runoff is 2000 gallons.
Merle Warnsholz
Merle Warnsholz 3 ай мурун
Mike & Melissa - Great video. I read through some of the comments. Melissa triggered a good idea from a couple where if you will cut part way through those branches that spread out, it will collapse going into the chipper. Once again, free advice is sometimes worth exactly what you paid for it. Blessings to you both, and to the kids. Hi to Hunter. I like his idea of a pop machine in the garage. May have to look into that.
Rick Vance
Rick Vance 3 ай мурун
Why not put that cherry tree on the sawmill... hate to see good hardwood go to firewood
John 3 ай мурун
KENITICO Is the way to go Mike, USA OHIO For Water Treatment on a Cistern. 😎👍
Retired USMC
Retired USMC 3 ай мурун
A simple whole house 1 micron filter, on the line in the building should provide a cheap and simple way to keep many particulates out of the water. Simple to install, just cut into the line anywhere it is convenient for you inside. Any home improvement store carries them. The run maybe 100 bucks for the setup and 20 bucks a filter. This gives you one filter on the line from the tank and is super easy to change out every three months or so. Maybe put in two a 5 micron and 1 micron in succession and boom simple system to install and maintain with no chemicals or holding tanks.
Frankr PDP8
Frankr PDP8 3 ай мурун
Mike I just saw this that talks about rain water collection and filtering. kgpost.info/will/video/2YzUmJ2op3-pabM
Cory Blanchette
Cory Blanchette 3 ай мурун
Mike just my expertise on cisterns. I have a 2400 gallon tank at my cabin we build about 25 years ago. It works well since I don’t have access to rural water. Just a couple things we do. In the colder months you will want to place a light bulb in your pump hole. We drop chlorine pellets in the water every couple weeks. The smell can get funky at time just because of non movement of the water. About the little debris that will go into your water. The only thing I have found is you will get Little Rock’s like from your asphalt shingles. Our pump input is high enough so it doesn’t sucks those up but about every 5 years we will drain the water and we will go in and shovel it out. Make sure your tubing that comes from one side of the roof to the other is big enough to handle the water that goes into the tank. You don’t want excess water going to the ground because your driving isn’t big enough to go in the cistern. You should not need a softener because as the rain falls it’s soft water. Our cistern is cement so just make sure you place it in a place where you won’t be driving overs. One last thing I can think of is, make sure you have a overflow hose so when the water tank is full then your moving the excess water away from your building. You can imagine a roof that size will collect a lot of water. Our tank is 2400 gallons and out cabin including single car garage is 65x 30 and in the spring and fall we will have to divert water because the tanks are full and this is when 5 of us are using the cabin about every weekend. Let me know if you have any other question and I’ll try to answer them for you. We have had our cabin now for 25+ years and we wouldn’t change about the cistern
david settles
david settles 3 ай мурун
to much dust, blade dull
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Jacob DeMoss
Jacob DeMoss 3 ай мурун
Was it just me or has mike ever introduced himself as Mickey
David Kloza
David Kloza 3 ай мурун
A little trick when chipping tops of trees when you have all sort of branches to chip. put some of those ideal branches that chip perfectly aside, you know, the ones that you handle without issues, the right lenght and size that chip without issue. then when you encounter those small, wide, unruly branches, just place them on the chipper shute best you can, don't sweat trying to get them into the chipper. At this point just shove one of those perfect branches right into the chipper and it will drag everything in it's path right in with it. With a little practice you will save yourself a lot of time and frustration.
Matt Wise
Matt Wise 3 ай мурун
When I lived on a lifestyle block we had tank water an we had a uv light to kill all the bugs in the water an filters
Chris Hatfield
Chris Hatfield 3 ай мурун
I wouldn't worry about what people think build wear u want cause thats the bottom line.
Ratter2E 3 ай мурун
Ok, first we have two tanks 5,000 and 6,000 gallon respectively, and we still run out on the odd occasion. Secondly use catchers with dual filters to keep all the leaves and etc out of the tank, and you shouldn't need to treat it at all, we do not and we are on full time tank water and have been for 3 decades.
坦然無懼 3 ай мурун
Take that chipper to Portland and clear out the unnecessary carbon matter in that city.
Neville Harris
Neville Harris 3 ай мурун
How are you going to fill the pool? Better make the tank 17000 gallons.
Greg Marsh
Greg Marsh 3 ай мурун
Love your videos keep up the great work. Check out these fellow youtubers kgpost.info/will/video/sKK-qV-QzICimrc they did a awesome rain containment system
greg hurrell
greg hurrell 3 ай мурун
its your building its what you want you don`t have to please other people
happy camper
happy camper 3 ай мурун
Hi Mike and Melissa, my head is absolutely spinning with all the research on this and septics at the moment, as I'm about to buy my first bit of farmland - which is the main reason I've been watching your channel. I've learned so much about the equipment you use, and what tasks you've been using it for, and can't thank you both enough for sharing your knowledge freely with us. What I have been told by two different companies is that a) underground is the better option for the tanks - concrete tanks also (generally) have a life span of 50 years- and it's best that the concrete be poured on site, rather than offsite, because there are no pre-assembly joins, and significantly reduces the chances of any damage (or dings) to the tank during transportation, and b) UV light is the much better option (but depends on the size of the tank). Was also told by another company that (apparently) underground concrete tanks get better as they age! www.yourhome.gov.au/water/rainwater www.health.nsw.gov.au/environment/water/Documents/Rainwater-Treatment-Guide.pdf With any tank system - be it above ground or underground, if there is a bushfire on or near your property, it's best to shut off the intake - I found www.health.nsw.gov.au/environment/water/Pages/rainwater-bushfires.aspx very useful for information on this. All the best with whichever system you choose.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Thank you for that, good information!
2nd Amendment
2nd Amendment 3 ай мурун
Maybe keep the tiny Stihl Battery saw handy to cut the limbs to fit then easier? Just a thought from an Official Old Fart.
Dana Owen
Dana Owen 3 ай мурун
It makes total sence at the location you want the garage. Have you considered installing a above ground pool ?
Tony Payne
Tony Payne 3 ай мурун
All we have is rain water. Can’t beat it. Put a screen on your gutters to keep the leaves out and a first flush system on the tank and your good to go. If your that worried about it you can put a filter on the pipe between the pump and your house.
103m95g 3 ай мурун
Mike you want to get with "Engineer 775" here on the tubes
Dean Meyers
Dean Meyers 3 ай мурун
Hi; I just wanted to express how much I enjoy your videos. Also I had an idea for your new building you may concider, if you can find a local mill that can kiln dry and tounge and groove lumber..instead of cutting all your trees into firewood,,you could saw the bolt size logs into lumber on your sawmill and do each room (area) inside in a different spieces of hard and softwood tounge and groove paneling that was grown and saw milled on your own land.
Jim P.
Jim P. 3 ай мурун
Melissa, next time borrow the GTA 26, might make it easier on those branches.
t4leta 3 ай мурун
Why bury your water tank? You could put it behind or to one side of your garage. Look at some of the off grid builders.
Marvin Bringhurst
Marvin Bringhurst 3 ай мурун
Your well will never support a swimming pool!
Wes McCann
Wes McCann 3 ай мурун
The Morgans Newest Channel - "Chipper Chick and Her Insta-Pot", serving delicious home cooked meals while maintaining an active lifestyle. :) Mike, I was really surprised that the entire Cherry went into firewood and the chipper. I thought maybe you'd take the bottom 10-12' and put it on the mill for some of the inside siding on the new garage. Hope that firewood smells great!
John Fleming
John Fleming 3 ай мурун
Forget that nobody uses their dining room, it took Covid-19 to make the people in Cranberry Twp use their kitchens and only then until the restaurants started doing take out and delivery. Remember the restaurant lines on 228 during weekends, pre-shutdown?
Del Koke
Del Koke 3 ай мурун
Might put a tarp down between chipper and trailer. Makes for easy cleanup.
Janet Graham
Janet Graham 3 ай мурун
Watch Doug and Stacy they can tell you how they did their water system and they are off grade
Tom McCormick
Tom McCormick 3 ай мурун
Mike we have a low producing well and have a 1500 gallon holding tank under our pump house, fed by the well. We never run low on water unless the pump or controller fail. We also irrigate a five acre pasture with creek water but also fill a 2500 gallon tank for watering the garden (only) late summer when we can't pump from the creek (dry season). Anyway the holding tank for the well makes our life much easier here, my wife gets real mean when we run out of water ;)
Brian Sampson
Brian Sampson 3 ай мурун
this make good sense , i would prefer well water to rain water , all it takes is a neighbor burning trash and a drifting wind to put ashes on your roof , then who knows what in your water
Larry Lovegren
Larry Lovegren 3 ай мурун
how much water would a pool hold?
Russ Vaagen
Russ Vaagen 3 ай мурун
Mike & Melissa, I’d love to work with you on mass timber building, but it seems like you’re pretty far down the line. If you’re building a pole building I’d be happy to help supply the gluam package. Check out my KGpost channel for the video of our plant. I’d be happy to work with you on it for some promotion of what we do. Keep up the great work!
Jerry Cooper
Jerry Cooper 3 ай мурун
Look at leaf guard gutter covers. They are supposed to filter out a lot of the trash and have a lifetime warranty.
Mason Nagle
Mason Nagle 3 ай мурун
u know when u cut down a tree you cut above ur wedge cut so you dont get kick back
William Lively
William Lively 3 ай мурун
Your building your choice no explanation needed 👍
Michael E
Michael E 3 ай мурун
Have you looked at drilling a deeper well?
FARRELL FOY 3 ай мурун
Mike and Melissa, You should not worry what people think about what you all do on your property. They are not paying for the project or know what you do. There is on thing I can suggest to you build a covered walkway from the house to the building.
allen Henry
allen Henry 3 ай мурун
That would have made for a good lumber tree?
bobblenuts 3 ай мурун
Melisa's Pool Hall
P.A. Prepper
P.A. Prepper 3 ай мурун
Mike, careful with your water tank - a 40' x 72' roof with 1 inch of rain creates @ 1,800 gallons of water. Make sure you have a good overflow set up : )
bobblenuts 3 ай мурун
The sound of walnuts drooping on your new metal roof will probably drive you nuts.....and I'm sure that is a pun!!! LOL 🍺🥨🍺
AAS Limited USA
AAS Limited USA 3 ай мурун
How about an emergency storm shelter under one of the areas that won't have vehicles parked?..Just an idea before the new building goes up.
Patrick Palmer
Patrick Palmer 3 ай мурун
awesome idea!!!!!! 👨🏼‍🚒👍🏻
John S.
John S. 3 ай мурун
Check out Life Uncontained on youtube they have some great videos on collecting rainwater,screening it and uv filtering to drink on their channel.
bryan slater
bryan slater 3 ай мурун
I like the way you both feel about the building location. We both do the same thing. What we think looks nice. We are the one's living there. If someone else lived there they could do it differently the way they like.
That's really nice wood for firewood. The lower 30' could have made some beautiful furniture lumber.
JB Brown
JB Brown 3 ай мурун
I see the tell stump was in your way. Some cut the stumps down flush. But not Mike
Bruce Alvarez
Bruce Alvarez 3 ай мурун
Might be worth putting a tarp behind the trailer to make cleanup easier.
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