AKmamma: That's awesome that they are working so fast. We need more people like this in our society. Love the work ethic. Keep more videos like this coming.
cristian pommersheim: Amazing Job!Sweet!
REV 21V5: team work, strong legs exercise...towards a great meal..
Stud_moofin: We are in a Amish Paradise !!!
jksatte: They definitely have a good rythm going there. That machine cost almost $900 though. I guess if you grow enough grains it could be useful but wow. Much better for a group or large family working together. Janice
arbonac: Very impressive. I'm building a treadle lathe right now, and have extra flywheels for other projects. I do not grow wheat, but this machine is a great example of the possibilities.
Paul Mathews: I want one.
I want to grow an acre of wheat and other stuff on my land, this would be great to have :)
Might have to make one though.
Corin Gatwood - The Urban Redneck: They are pros!
kevin d: Thanks for sharing. What is the guy in the back doing?
RockCrushing777: Now that is what i call well done.
gonedeepseafishing: I saw one of these hooked to a windmill, the kind of windmill that pumps water has the same action. Wait for a windy day thresh and let the wind blow the scrap pieces away. OR stick with the reliable kid power, either way works for me:)
shug831: It would be good to have a video of how it works and the different parts within the machine, also what are the 2 people at the back a doing? Please.
Michael Bunker: This thresher was puchased at backtotheland period com for all of you who have been asking.
RelaxingHomestead: Do you have a link of where you purchased your treadle? Thanks
RelaxingHomestead: What brand thresher is that? Do you have a link to where you purchased it?