BIG BUD TRACTOR meet FIRE🔥 - Fix'n Drawbar & More

Oct 7, 2020
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Ripping, roofing, digging, breaking, smashing, burying, bending, burning... Farmers are sure destructive! Plan is to roof dads house, break and bury up some old concrete, and rebuild the big bud drawbar... Let's see how much we can get done!
P.O. Box 771, Shelby, MT, 59474

  • Love the older tractors, I have a rear '55 -- '57 d270 Allis Chalmers, runs well.

    iks explorations followeriks explorations follower20 days ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • I would have put a steel roof on ! Last 50 years, at least ! Good job !

    Phil HosierPhil HosierMonth ago
  • Who's here from whistlingdiesel?

    Justin RodgersJustin RodgersMonth ago
  • Hey man that tractor was a 1964 right. Well my grand father has a 1950 John deer and another one from the 40’s

    Ben FreemanBen FreemanMonth ago
  • Lovely video cheers and yes it's always better to be helping out, than needing the help.

    Daniel MarshallDaniel MarshallMonth ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieveMonth ago
  • They’re in my rim on my fourwheeler all the time

  • Little orb weaver and a cross spider or whatver 😂

  • Is that much flex in a backhoe normal?

    dethdethMonth ago
  • Praying for Legarms, I'm new here why do we call him Leg Arms?

    GamerProEX-GamingGamerProEX-GamingMonth ago
    • I'm curious too

      vndlvndlMonth ago
  • Bless you all

    Dan FinleyDan FinleyMonth ago
  • praying for leg arms

    Heather FaustHeather FaustMonth ago
  • Blessings God is Good!

    Frank IrwinFrank IrwinMonth ago
  • Good luck L.A's, I'm sure you will be fine because you are tough as nails!I am surprised you guys don't have about a 15 ton older used excavator in your stable.

    mark lowemark loweMonth ago
  • Hope you get well soon Leg Arms

    Luke TraversLuke TraversMonth ago
  • Get well Leg Arms

    Anthony DoscherAnthony DoscherMonth ago
  • Unhappy face for Leg arms. :( Get better Sorry ot hear that.

    Tuco BenedictoTuco BenedictoMonth ago
  • I own the Wilkes farms map on farm simulator19

    The Train FanThe Train FanMonth ago
  • Hey Scott Wishing you a speed recovery from Allenford, Ontario, Canada All the best as always

    Larry CeaserLarry CeaserMonth ago
  • @15:45 Dad talks about blowing cracks out for moisture and dust. When i worked the highways we used a hot air lance. A tiger torch essentially with a 400psi compressor behind it. Blows and eliminates that moisture

    Jeremy MoresideJeremy MoresideMonth ago
  • Hope leg arms heals 🙏 quickly

    mark lotteromark lotteroMonth ago
  • Make it burn

    Dorian IBDorian IBMonth ago
  • why do you guys have a can am? those are built by French liberals you know. get a Polaris ranger a real made in America farm vehicle

    Tyler BaldwinTyler BaldwinMonth ago
    • @Robert Welker the defender is basically a ranger ripoff hopefully they gave you a good warranty with it, can am have never been known for there reliability

      Tyler BaldwinTyler BaldwinMonth ago
    • They reached out to us first and I have to say I'm impressed with the CanAms. They are powerful and fast

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • get well scot

    Minnesota automotiveMinnesota automotiveMonth ago
  • The farmers in my area work outdoors for5 months and then sit and drink in the bar for Seven. Luca

    Makayla BurlingameMakayla BurlingameMonth ago
  • And now my back iches!😁

    Jim CamacJim CamacMonth ago
  • Get well

    Canaan ZanderCanaan ZanderMonth ago
  • I really hope Scott wasn't trying to split his attention between the job and the camera and that's why he got hurt. Truth be told I couldn't vlog and work at the same time, too much could go wrong when you're not focused entirely on the task at hand.

    Steely DanSteely DanMonth ago
  • Praying for leg arms

    brick masterbrick masterMonth ago
  • Sending thoughts and prayers for Leg Arm get well soon buddy

    Paul CPaul CMonth ago
  • Call Cole cornstar he has experience in total cleaning ctcs has a plan

    Ronald WallanderRonald WallanderMonth ago
  • I like your cap with IH logo.. where did you buy? Online? Thanks. Have a good day.

    Richard MillerRichard MillerMonth ago
    • He found it somewhere on the web

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Ouch Scott speedy recovery, put s my broke little finger into perspective 😂😂 love from the UK

    stumpjumper 2140stumpjumper 2140Month ago
  • Hope leg arms is doing well 🙏!!!!!

    Shane KarnsShane KarnsMonth ago
  • Wishing Scott a speedy recovery.... prayers

    astellastellMonth ago
  • How is the real boss doing now he has a real arm instead of legs for arms. Miss seeing y’all’s viseos

    jimmy warnerjimmy warnerMonth ago
  • A Brummy joke for you what the difference between a water buffalo and a bison. You can wash you face in a bison 😂😁

    stumpjumper 2140stumpjumper 2140Month ago
    • 😂😂😂😂👍 do you think Scott took it a bit far when you said take a break !!?? 😂😂

      stumpjumper 2140stumpjumper 2140Month ago
    • 👍😁 what happens if you dry your chin so it shines..........buff.a.glow.......

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • I'll pray for you!

    Tim StevensTim StevensMonth ago
  • Man I cringe at the sight of that big ass drawbar falling on Scotts arm!!.. ugh

    Northern farmerNorthern farmerMonth ago
  • Are you guys going to seed an winter wheat this fall.

    Timothy DamanTimothy DamanMonth ago
    • It was too dry.......oh well

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • So sorry for your injury Scott, may your recovery be speedy and uneventful. God be with you and your family.

    Darrell DornDarrell DornMonth ago
  • I m praying for you and your family stay safe Scott

    Jill HortonJill HortonMonth ago
  • Prayers for a speedy recovery from Oklahoma

    Drew MckeeDrew MckeeMonth ago
  • Lots prayers for you Scott , God Bless .

    leo lleo lMonth ago
  • 64ish. Got some years on it but it keeps running. Thanks Leg Arms. You just described me.

    Brian StrawserBrian StrawserMonth ago
  • Prayers for Leg Arms

    lucaslucasMonth ago
  • You guys are my inspiration

    Fish ManFish ManMonth ago
  • We just started watching your channel and love it! We are a family farm (dad and three sons) in SE Washington. We were wondering about the wall in the office with all of the name cards? Would you mind explaining the significance? And if you don't mind us asking, what farm bookkeeping program do you use?

    Marci KentchMarci KentchMonth ago
    • Thanks for following us Marci. The names are those who joined Patreon. They receive special viewing and entered in contest. I take care of the books. Mainly use Quicken and a special spreadsheet to manage the bushels and fed crop data. Tried other, like Farmworks, but like some things to be simple. I'll show the spreadsheet in up coming vid. Blessings 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Time to take some scrap metal pile to the junkyard

    Clayton HartinClayton HartinMonth ago
  • hey I know you guys and everyone that watches would like to share/ talk about this its a fund from the Millennial Farmer for new equipment for grain bin extraction.

    jack gibsonjack gibsonMonth ago
  • Can't keep a good man down.

    john schatzjohn schatzMonth ago
  • God bless. Praying for Scott to have a speedy recovery. Hope the rest of the family is well. At least it happened after harvest

    Michael McClureMichael McClureMonth ago
  • get well soon big man

    wcneumanwcneumanMonth ago
  • Gotta love it. Somedays go awesome, and you put a great dent in "the list" and feel accomplished and hopeful. Then you go to sleep and wake up the next day to realize the list has grown seemingly overnight and you're back to square one lol. OH WELL

    Always TemptedAlways TemptedMonth ago
  • get well soon

    Patrick BrozPatrick BrozMonth ago
  • Please get well soon and safely. If not, please at least get a radical cyborg arm....

    Bill sargentBill sargentMonth ago
  • Okay Nick, come on what's going on with leg arms????? We need to know, do I need to get the millennial farm boys and Brian's farming family to to drag it out of you? (Lol) we need to make sure our second favorite son is doing well. God bless you and your family we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Semper Fi.

    Chris SperlingChris SperlingMonth ago
  • Sending prayers your way Legs arm

    Kirk LothertKirk LothertMonth ago
  • Please tell leg arms yall are in are prayer

    Ray MooneyRay MooneyMonth ago
    • our

      B HarmonB HarmonMonth ago
  • X x x x x x x x x x x x xx Kan du høre efter mål stegen

    tanya pedersentanya pedersenMonth ago
  • Synd att ni gräver ner skiten till kommande generationer har ni inte hört talas om återvinning undrar om ni är riktiga bönder

    Thord SvenssonThord SvenssonMonth ago
  • Scott, praying for complete healing. ❤

    Brenda AdamsBrenda AdamsMonth ago
  • Idk why, but for some reason it’s really satisfying watching the dirt get blown out of the cracks lol🤷🏻‍♂️

    Gavin TierneyGavin TierneyMonth ago
  • Everyone pray for leg arms🙏🏻🙏🏻

    Gavin TierneyGavin TierneyMonth ago
  • I have a Jhon Deere 40 from 1954

    Aiden AlbrightAiden AlbrightMonth ago
  • This comment is meant for Weller farms, have u ever thought of swing how to grow sugar cane because I live on a cane farm that’s more then 100 years old

    SkinnyLegend 13SkinnyLegend 13Month ago
    • That would be so sweet to see 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Sending My Prayers For Scott ..

    stephen smithstephen smithMonth ago
  • Leg arms more like broken arms

    Chris GeorgeChris GeorgeMonth ago
  • When i heard Scott was in hospital i hoped it wasn't from the roofing job as that's never a good outcome, just re-blew out my knee so i'm with you bud on the injured list, i can atleast do some tractor work tho. maybe your sister can play you soothing music to help your recovery.

    • At least pull some strings

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • I sure hope you purchased the roofing supplies at ABC Supply.

    Dan RisdonDan RisdonMonth ago
  • "Without a sperm base" thought this was a family show

    Recovery ChadRecovery ChadMonth ago
    • @Robert Welker I know I thought it was funny

      Recovery ChadRecovery ChadMonth ago
    • without a "FIRM" base..🤨............. (got to speak clearer) 😊

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Get well soon, Leg Arms.

    Ann McGrathAnn McGrathMonth ago
  • Hoping Scott has a speedy recovery!. Prayers are with him and the rest of the family!

    Dave AckersonDave AckersonMonth ago

    Scott CaseScott CaseMonth ago
  • Just saw the legarms post ---- My prayers are with you - may God grant you healing and peace during these times.

    bitsandpeacebitsandpeaceMonth ago
  • Sending prayers for leg arms and family 🙏💕

    Debbie LDebbie LMonth ago
  • Prayers for leg arm. Speedy and complete recovery.

    Victor LethbridgeVictor LethbridgeMonth ago
  • Cracks. Thats how the pros do it. They use a crew on our road, 1st two guys use air wands and the next two guys use the sealer in wands.

    Brad KlingensmithBrad KlingensmithMonth ago
  • It’s a John Deere what do you expect of course it’s gonna run

    Lennon DeWittLennon DeWittMonth ago
  • Did your dad completely give up on his u tube channel? Noticed he hasn't done anything with it for a while.

    Jay KettlewellJay KettlewellMonth ago
    • Thanks for the answer. I enjoy both channels. Hope Scott gets healed up soon

      Jay KettlewellJay KettlewellMonth ago
    • I can answer that. It seems like the farm work has been busier, somewhat due to the growth of the farm channel. And thus I've been put my content on it. I thought it would slow down some but with Scott's arm incident I'll need to carry some more weight for a while.

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Praying for a speedy recovery legarms. As hard as it is be very very easy with your arm till it's healed the when you start physical therapy then go easy and start doing more and more. Listen to your body it will tell you when to slow down when to push.

    whitelighting Gamingwhitelighting GamingMonth ago
  • I let other people make the mess so I always have something to clean. Cause who doesn’t like slapping wheels on a hay trailer that hasn’t moved in 30 years. Then your like hey this thing still works and here’s a old crescent. If you have done clean ups you know the feeling

    Travis TharpTravis TharpMonth ago
  • I love watching this station . You never let things get you down to much as you guys are the kind of glass half full guys and not the type of glass half empty guys. And there is no bad language. Some very good channels are spoilt because they regularly use very bad language.

    Kevin KlingnerKevin KlingnerMonth ago
    • We recognize we're accountable to our Lord, families, and followers.

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • If a high tensile chain is wrapped around either end of drawbar pass the chain under base of jack near the middle with a similar size block of metal or wood either side to stabilise base you could use weight plus the jack to jack it out quickly . Heat could be used only as a last resort and then only a minimal amount would be needed. It is surprising how quick this method is . It is similar as using a porta power pack if you don't have one or backing capacity is beyond the capacity of the porta power. I have used it many times very successfully to straighten bent equipment from harvester fronts to axles and beams and so on.

    Kevin KlingnerKevin KlingnerMonth ago
  • Cool like the old John Deere tractor with back hoe and loader praying for leg arms arm. Stay strong you’ll be back in the garage and I. The tractor soon enough

    Hunter 747Hunter 747Month ago
  • How is leg arms doing?

    Daniel PualDaniel PualMonth ago
    • Less pain medication now

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Very funny Dad! Thoughts go out to Scott.

    M. FletcherM. FletcherMonth ago
  • Love seeing "Bob and Cody too".

    salty 101salty 101Month ago
  • Just heard Scott had a accident?

    Rick RuhlRick RuhlMonth ago
  • I can't say how broken bones are, as in my 63 years of life, I have never had a broken bone ever. I just wish that you Scott will be overseen by our Lord and you will get better very fast. Take Care!!

    Mark ThomasMark ThomasMonth ago
  • Love your videos! Have a question though. Is there much of a difference between John Deere and Case IH in regard t being able to work on them ourselves - just curious as to some youtube segments i've seen showing one of the manufactures mentioned here as being very difficult to work on yourself as they won't give out information needed for fixing or diagnosing their tractors or combines and so many farmers are trying to use some type of "cracking" software in order to be able to work on and fix their own equipment Do you know if this is true and do you know if any manufacturers or better than others at allowing farmers to work and access information to enable them to be able to work on their own equipment rather than being forced to take their equipment to the dealers. Thanks again for all your videos ... OH is Legarms still working for you guys LOL?

    bitsandpeacebitsandpeaceMonth ago
    • The CaseIH is simpler then the JD as far as belts and chains. Both are heavy reliance on computer sensors. Diagnostic software is much more expensive.

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • It's about that long lean-to that is needed. I suggest used telephone or electric poles. Big auger for holes. Figure height at back of lean-to to hold that new auger system, when you can drive it in one end and out the other. Height of front of lean-to will be set because of the rear hieght needed. All other equipment will fit if depth is figured. your smart guys, so you'll figure it out. I do suggest the lean-to area can be expanded in the future.

    Phil HosierPhil HosierMonth ago
  • It's about that long lean-to that is needed. I suggest used telephone or electric poles. Big auger for holes. Figure height at back of lean-to to hold that new auger system, when you can drive it in one end and out the other. Height of front of lean-to will be set because of the rear hieght needed. All other equipment will fit if depth is figured. your smart guys, so you'll figure it out. I do suggest the lean-to area can be expanded in the future.

    Phil HosierPhil HosierMonth ago
  • Feel better soon, Leg Arms.

    Scott PriceScott PriceMonth ago
  • Get well soon Scott from all of us across the pond.

    Paul WilsonPaul WilsonMonth ago
  • What happened to leg arm?

    Landon KintnerLandon KintnerMonth ago
    • @LowJack187 if he could he would have nailed it

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
    • @Robert Welker Saw the X-ray, that's fairly bad. Keep a really close eye on that hand the next 1-2 weeks. Did he get you to spring for the Wolverine arm?

      LowJack187LowJack187Month ago
    • Broke both bones lower arm

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Yes! "Buckets" stuck!

    MakingTechSenseMakingTechSenseMonth ago
  • Scott I hope your okay can we get a video on if he is okay.good luck buddy

    in motionin motionMonth ago
  • Prayers from Texas keep positive Leg Arms We love all you all God Bless you!

    Robert HurleyRobert HurleyMonth ago