Andrew Camarata
Andrew Camarata
Andrew Camarata

Videos from my property maintenance business.

Re-grading a drivewayRe-grading a driveway

Re-grading a driveway

Il y a 3 jours

Removing dead treesRemoving dead trees

Removing dead trees

Il y a 4 jours

Moving a buildingMoving a building

Moving a building

Il y a 17 jours

Servicing the UTVServicing the UTV

Servicing the UTV

Il y a 2 mois

Fixing a drivewayFixing a driveway

Fixing a driveway

Il y a 3 mois

SUV serviceSUV service

SUV service

Il y a 3 mois

Digging out stumpsDigging out stumps

Digging out stumps

Il y a 3 mois

Spreading top soilSpreading top soil

Spreading top soil

Il y a 4 mois

Excavator thumbsExcavator thumbs

Excavator thumbs

Il y a 6 mois

Snowmobile ridingSnowmobile riding

Snowmobile riding

Il y a 7 mois

Fixing a tractorFixing a tractor

Fixing a tractor

Il y a 10 mois

Buying a UTVBuying a UTV

Buying a UTV

Il y a 11 mois

Commentaires
  1. author

    dloglesby57Il y a 31 minute

    Andrew, say it isn't so, a Machine that you DON'T have??

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    Jack The LadIl y a 32 minutes

    Levi found water again.

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    Wayne HerbyIl y a 32 minutes

    That woman works out! Good work Andrew and Levi 😊👍

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    Peter GIl y a 36 minutes

    Another great video from Andrew, on my favorite channel. The black horses probably are 'Friesen' or (Friese paarden = friesian horses) as we call them in my country, after the province were they originated; Friesland. Andrew must be careful though, he could be banned from youtube calling the chickens not by their preferred pronouns ('you guys'). The PC police is always watching.

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    sebofoIl y a 40 minutes

    And thanks for these videos. I am very impressed with the breadth and depth of your skills....

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    sebofoIl y a 41 minute

    That Bobcat is very stable when grading - I have seen some machines can get a bit jumpy when pushing the edge of the bucket through a hard surface, but your Bobcat seems rock steady. Probably because of the short distance from the edge of the bucket to the front wheels.

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    Brandon MorganIl y a 43 minutes

    Nice work well done

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    Chris BIl y a 45 minutes

    Quick dip in the 'Penis Pond' for Levi..

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    Leonard DonaldsonIl y a 45 minutes

    What is with the pond color?

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    cyclonicleoIl y a 53 minutes

    Thanks much Andrew! This really made me miss my Dad's farm that he had. Living in the country, or having some property has its benefits.

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    Frank EIl y a 59 minutes

    @ Andrew Camarata: Really enjoying your videos. Thanks for your efforts! 👍👍👍

  12. author

    Peter EyreIl y a heure

    Beautiful grounds to the property 👌🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

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    dloglesby57Il y a heure

    Love the music to your videos.. they always match your jobs, and what you are doing..

  14. author

    dloglesby57Il y a heure

    this WAS A BIT INTERESTING.:-)

  15. author

    ERIC EDMUNDIl y a heure

    LEVI AND I ARE LOOKING AT A JOB ....LOL

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    ADSlammerIl y a heure

    I thought the title said making chicken soup! Ha

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    Larry MeyersIl y a heure

    Levi always seems to find the water. Ok gotta ask was the pond shaped that way on purpose?if it was thats funny as hell

  18. author

    SebastianIl y a heure

    14:15 woah, how is that water so blue?

  19. author

    Playing In The RoadIl y a heure

    Is the container castle a shop or a house?

  20. author

    Jon MIl y a heure

    Hands down best video ever

  21. author

    Brandon BergerIl y a heure

    "Levi what's this?" *Andrew points at literally anything living* lol 😂

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    LazyFingerIl y a heure

    GODDAMNIT LEVI LOOK AT THE ANIMALS

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    The MeekIl y a heure

    When I grow up, I want to be like Andrew

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    Олег МалафеевIl y a heure

    Все как в России женщина тащит камень мужики идут с пустыми руками!!!

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    p52457Il y a heure

    I've seen several of your videos and am aware of your fondness of Japanese made machinery . Have you considered a Kubota skid steer? I have a Kubota tractor and am totally pleased with it. I know a few folks that have Kubota track loaders and would highly recommend them. My land is in north Texas and I need to clear brush and trees but cannot justify buying more machinery. I have a tree sheer, box blade, root grapple, and 8 Ft. Bush Hog that I use for land maintenance. However, Inspired by your videos, I rented my first skid steer a few weeks ago and look forward to renting one again - and I am also going to rent a mini excavator. I'm 75 on my next birthday and still learning. My best friend turned 91 this week - he likes your video with the $500 RV you got running that was fueled by a 5 gallon gas container in the front seat.

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    Brandon MorganIl y a heure

    That 100 is a beast

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    StuartIl y a heure

    Andrew that woman has bigger guns than you. Great video

  28. author

    Gunther FlumeIl y a heure

    2nd gen Catskill Game Farm

  29. author

    Mal AustinIl y a heure

    France, we need to move the eiffel tower...... The world, its took big to move in one go.... Andrew, Hold my beer Another great video, thank you!

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    The MeekIl y a heure

    Andrew, I'm having more life experience just watching your video. Keep it up, watching all the way from New Zealand which is the country just behind Australia near Antarctica.

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    Jamie FordIl y a 2 heures

    The power Companies wont string a few poles?

  32. author

    nabbob77Il y a 2 heures

    Hello now you had some work where i think exteded forks would be Great help. Build a pair long as trailer is wide. Thanx for entertaining stuff Andrew

  33. author

    Derek's Workshop And ProjectsIl y a 2 heures

    Needed to do this a few months ago with a small building!

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    Howard iknowIl y a 2 heures

    Best ending...lol

  35. author

    Jeremy LayIl y a 2 heures

    Man Michigan is pretty freakin beautiful BUT. NY/Connecticut may take it...IDK...its a close one.

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    radio robertIl y a 2 heures

    The skid steer did a pretty good job, but what happened to your D3 dozer?

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    Christian RocheIl y a 2 heures

    I don’t know why but seeing and hearing those chickens made me really happy for some reason so I guess I’m going to have to get a pet chicken now

  38. author

    The MeekIl y a 2 heures

    Hey mate, where can I find your music?

  39. author

    Brent BrownIl y a 2 heures

    It looked like the Beverly Hillbillies"s camping trailer going down the road. Horses, dogs and mules, my kind of video, thanks, Andrew.

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    keelingaIl y a 2 heures

    9:35 you can Andrew will be a good father by how he treats his dogs. Awwwwwww. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💯😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻😻

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    MCCN Outdoor maintenance, LLC Carlus C.Il y a 2 heures

    Hello Drew i didnt get a feed back on when you purchased your new truck.

  42. author

    drmautzIl y a 2 heures

    Good job. Great video. Thanks

  43. author

    Allen DownsIl y a 2 heures

    What drone do you use?

  44. author

    trexinvertIl y a 2 heures

    Andrew, you should also make a video someday on your video equipment, setting up and editing. I know you must spend at least 1-2 hrs doing the set-up and post production.

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    pastor tinio, jrIl y a 2 heures

    levi has such a good life!

  46. author

    trexinvertIl y a 3 heures

    Great handling of that little structure without damaging it. Something tells me you didn't charge them, but you'll be having fresh eggs for the rest of your life.

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    Thomas HallIl y a 3 heures

    Another brilliant job done love watching your videos from the UK. 🇬🇧

  48. author

    max rossiIl y a 3 heures

    Good work 💪

  49. author

    Jacob SchappeIl y a 3 heures

    Lol that’s a weird mouth 😂

  50. author

    steve shoemakerIl y a 3 heures

    Andrew l like this video very very much....l love Chicken very much to....Thanks for the beautiful video....Nice Dog horses and all...Thanks very much...!

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    LosttoanyreasonIl y a 3 heures

    This is the second or third video of yours ( I enjoy your videos by the way) where people put their garages 50-100 yards from the house. Just curious but what's with these people? If I have a garage or carport I want it right next to the house. I don't wish to have to walk a football field to get to the garage. Is there some rule or custom that dictates this?

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    Web LukeIl y a 3 heures

    Andrew must not be charging enough, it seems like it would have cost less to build a new coop than bring that old thing and all his time. Good Job tho Andrew!

  53. author

    TikkiIl y a 3 heures

    "That's a weird mouth" I laughed so hard I started crying. Love your attitude man.

  54. author

    Biggest YoungIl y a 3 heures

    我最喜欢小狗了,我养了15条。

  55. author

    James Kerns Jr.Il y a 3 heures

    Levi says "it's a house of course of course!!"

  56. author

    FTWTexas StephensIl y a 3 heures

    That Levi is a hard worker. LOL

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    Doug Van ScoyIl y a 3 heures

    hmmmm Think ergonomics, you'e young so bending and lifting doesn't bother you now, but it will, trust me. My brother heated his old farmhouse with wood for many years and he would host "splittin parties" every fall. Only his siblings and in-laws were dumb enough to show up. He was very handy like you. He was a custom home builder and a welder/fabricator, could fix anything and everything. The joke was he had a roofing card and it covered everything... He really had splitting down. He had built a welding table out of grader blades for the table top. (that's a long story how he "found' those) it was about 12' by 6' and super heavy-duty. The youngest of us was 40-plus so bending over and lifting all day was not going to happen. So he sorta built the splitter into one end of the table so we could all be standing up and sliding the wood to feed the splitter on this table. One guy ran the controls, one or two would clear the split wood and toss it into a pile and one or two would feed the splitter. My sister-in-law would keep the table stocked with wood and take care of the pile of split wood with a skid steer and bring us cold beer. We could load about a month's worth of wood (depending on how cold it was) in his basement. On a good day we could fill his basement plus put enough in his shed for most of the winter I was thinking you could come up with an idea to take some of the pain of bending over out of your operation when you're splitting. Maybe by digging a pit to stand in and using the natural slope of your property, (gravity is a wonderful thing and it's free) so the wood slides toward you and the splitter. This thing was a pretty cool back saver. Check this out. frreporter.com/v/vid%C3%A9o-1tRMXF4shE4.html

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    iamrichrockerIl y a 3 heures

    Ms.Chicken Farmer looks like she could hold her own in a scrap..

  59. author

    Kelly BecksteadIl y a 3 heures

    Does Levi ever bark?

  60. author

    Brian PhillipsIl y a 3 heures

    What size (length of bar) is your chainsaw here?

  61. author

    Show CatIl y a 3 heures

    How do you spread the hay? Do you have a machine for that?

  62. author

    MiniMatt317Il y a 3 heures

    Always good to see the sup's approval at the end of a job!

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    Artemus RodricqIl y a 3 heures

    [Amazing Biggest Excavator Mulchers Modern Technology - Fastest Land Clearing Equipment.] CHECK THIS OUT. sorry to be such a pest i'll not do this again.

  64. author

    Ryan McdermottIl y a 3 heures

    Really happy to see you wearing chainsaw pants!

  65. author

    RODAXIl y a 3 heures

    levi sure does like his water holes

  66. author

    Rob JIl y a 3 heures

    Quality content! Andrew always delivers the goods!

  67. author

    ChickenDock6549 GamingIl y a 3 heures

    Starts trucks Revs engine Tires spin “Uh oh” and Andrew is like.. Am I a joke to you? Puts in 4 wheel drive Takes off with 0 throttle Hehehe

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    DominicIl y a 3 heures

    What a beautiful piece of property and those ponds are just gorgeous.

  69. author

    CAPNMAC82Il y a 3 heures

    Levi is a water dog--he doesn't care about farm animals, he just want to know when can he go swim :)

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    BenIl y a 3 heures

    levi went for a day at the zoo

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    Rubio Atl 78Il y a 4 heures

    hey man u never talk bout u new truck sup whit that 🤨

  72. author

    nick toreaIl y a 4 heures

    Those horses and mule were intrigued by Andrew they'd never seen a two legged work horse before.

  73. author

    odd manerIl y a 4 heures

    Idk about you but I'm ready for winter.....that means repairs

  74. author

    Shane AndersonIl y a 4 heures

    Lol 2 horses 1mule X between horse and donkey

  75. author

    Phillip BonnerIl y a 4 heures

    Yep Levi had to go for a swim.

  76. author

    decoyskIl y a 4 heures

    thought you were taking this to the dump

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    DonknDaveIl y a 4 heures

    Good drone footage.

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    AbdullahIl y a 4 heures

    what this property needs is those evergreen tree front fences, would look amazing

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    Michael RennerIl y a 4 heures

    FYI, it scares me when I see concrete blocks used this way. They do not carry a load safety in the position you placed them.

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    thekingtroll2Il y a 4 heures

    I started singing "If we could talk to the animals, learn their languages Maybe take an animal degree........" This, by far was one of the best videos just for the menagerie of animals and scenery! Bravo! Levi is a lone wolf! A rebel. He looked right at that horse and said "You are in a fence, I roam free. Who's yer daddy?" What a BOSS.

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    whiteIl y a 4 heures

    What was with the color of the ponds?

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    MDX CraftingIl y a 4 heures

    Hey Andrew, are you going to be putting a new engine in your other truck? You said a few videos back that you wanted to use it for plowing and winter is approaching soon. Just curious.

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    Shawn Beckmann1Il y a 4 heures

    Thx AC another great video to watch just before bed 🐴🐔😃

  84. author

    Lori Neid / Tiny Toad FarmIl y a 4 heures

    Yuba Duba Do lol

  85. author

    James HicksIl y a 4 heures

    You don't have a gauge,you guess,and it works,good video.

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    Sookdeo HardeoIl y a 4 heures

    Andrew is some thing wrong with levi foot take a closer look at his front paws 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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    cruz DelfinoIl y a 4 heures

    Can you look up a channel called flare he's part of the googan Squad he's trying to use a tractor to do s*** and he's probably going to kill himself can you help him and give him some tips

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    Alexis DeVilleIl y a 4 heures

    I wondered how They were going to get chickens therefore new home,, they used doggie cages. Great job as always👍!

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    GallopingGhostIl y a 4 heures

    lol, Levi couldn't care less about the animals... Water on the other hand! LOL

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    Vvs1 LooseStonesIl y a 4 heures

    Living on top of Mount Rushmore ain't easy!!!

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    Jack SasquatchIl y a 4 heures

    The camera shots are always just so dang good!!!

  92. author

    Alex CurtisIl y a 4 heures

    You call them residents, my dogs would call them dinner.

  93. author

    MRrwmacIl y a 4 heures

    Andrew, nice work! A whole new way of “picking up chicks” I guess - haha.

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    GobuilditbetterIl y a 4 heures

    Percherons and a mule and chicks. Some dogs mark their territory, LEVI swims to mark his.

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    Saul PinedaIl y a 4 heures

    Levi is always either getting wet or muddy on a job lol nice gob AC

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    Bill AdamsIl y a 4 heures

    That mower has created a lot of work hasn’t it, that’s good !!!

  97. author

    Rayson RacetteIl y a 4 heures

    Gee, in just a couple more years those logs would be part of the soil.

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    TerraformerIl y a 4 heures

    That is a really nice property

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    K DIl y a 4 heures

    I feel like if he had a big enough can of Liquid Wrench he could fix all of the problems in the universe.

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    Central Illinois FrontierIl y a 5 heures

    Nice job on the cleanup, getting all the little branches. That's the hard, manual part.