BIG repairs for a BIG season!|Plant 2020

Apr 15, 2020
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We've now entered that time of the year when we typically begin planting. Weather isn't cooperating and keeping the ground frozen which means not turning dirt anytime soon. This works in our favor though as we have lots to work on in order to be ready for 2020 planting season. If all goes to plan we should have everything field ready by the end of the week. Team effort! Lets go!
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Comments
  • Smart old man tricks with heating the tubing. Kudos

    kitkatkitkat2 months ago
  • Legarms seems to have way of talking that makes everything sound simple and doable, what an attitude, could listen to you for hours talk about something I don’t understand 😂

    Joe WillowsJoe Willows2 months ago
  • Now we know where Nick and Scot got their brains and brawn - from their dad! He is awesome!

    Lisa ListerLisa Lister4 months ago
  • Helllooo

    Archie KennedyArchie Kennedy4 months ago
  • Oh man, you got on ugly dark pink! GO CATS! Lol, still love ya!

    Mr. HuttMr. Hutt4 months ago
  • Muchos saludos desde Mexico son los mejores videos siempre los miro

    Robert SmithRobert Smith6 months ago
  • "...the Big Bud five and a quarter..." well, that's one way to say it... ^_^

    UncleManuelUncleManuel6 months ago
  • Is case going to loan you a 620 quad track tractor and seeder cart for the 2020 seeding?

    Jason SwiftJason Swift7 months ago
  • 6:30 Talked to my fridge yesterday. It just froze me off... 🥶👍🏻

    Olaf SchmidtOlaf Schmidt7 months ago
  • Yo

    iBelieveiBelieve7 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve7 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve7 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve7 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve7 months ago
  • Tough to beat them Ole Louisville’s

    Bryce MoenBryce Moen7 months ago
  • If you blokes use "LE 1233" grease (USA), you should not have to change out those wear bushes at all, (advise from Au.). One of the major problems on farms, not good enough lube routines.

    TandemwingsTandemwings7 months ago
  • Hope yall get to planting soon i cant wait to see it

    Charlie HamiltonCharlie Hamilton7 months ago
  • 11:21 wife walks into the shop, "whatcha doin honey", you reply, "cooking a pipe not cooking dinner. Nice video Welkers

    The Texan GamerThe Texan Gamer7 months ago
  • Have you ever lost a gopro when you attatch them to the side a truck?

    The random AVS fanThe random AVS fan7 months ago
  • Hi from Italy guys! Do you never plow or do deep tillage in your fields? here in Italy it is done every year and this entails greater productivity and there is better water drainage. Congratulations for the channel, in my opinion one of the best agricultural channel!

    SameDrago94SameDrago947 months ago
  • Y’all should invest in a Milwaukee cordless impact gun 1/2 inch

    Outdoor LifeOutdoor Life7 months ago
  • Have you or your advisors discussed modifying your planting plans for 2020 due to the markets and the virus etc.

    User NameUser Name7 months ago
  • I do Hot Tub repair - lots of PVC flex, for me it usually is 2" and smaller. I use an electric heat gun and wow did your tubing replacement seem familiar - BUT - much larger. I had to chuckle as you used the torpedo heater to do the very same thing I do on a smaller scale. I even have a battery-powered heat gun for single repairs on smaller bits such as 1/2" and 3/4"

    Chas WolfChas Wolf7 months ago
  • As a mechanic I’m jealous that your all getting your hands dirty 😂 Keep up the awesome work and stay safe 👍

    hybrid9mmhybrid9mm7 months ago
    • Thanks, will do!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms7 months ago
  • 19:33 I thought the neighbors dog was barking (weirdly enough to the rhythm of the song)..

    Bunta FujiwaraBunta Fujiwara7 months ago
  • Tokyo drift be like 1:57

    tasted889tasted8897 months ago
  • Love watching these guys. I grew up with two brothers and it’s kinda comical how they get to one another and ride each other. I bet if the chips were down though in a serious situation, if you made an enemy of one, you’d have them both to fight.

    Sherman CreechSherman Creech7 months ago
  • Man i wish you guys lived by me, got a 95 chevy with bad alternator or electric issue.. You guys would have it figured out in no time!! Haha

    Ryan BeiningRyan Beining7 months ago
  • Love watching a family work together. Thank you!

    Just A PrinterJust A Printer7 months ago
  • Nice

    rem32001rem320017 months ago
  • I loved dropping the bushing in place with a service truck.

    Kevin KeimKevin Keim7 months ago
  • big bud with tracks

    johnathan woodcockjohnathan woodcock7 months ago
  • That piece of wood under the frame of the dump truck would not stop the bed if it were to fall. It would slip out due to the enormous amount of weight

    Brandon ConnellyBrandon Connelly7 months ago
  • I’m watching this as I’m playing there farm sim map

    Cameron MillerCameron Miller7 months ago
  • for putting on rubber/ plastic hozes we always use a bucket of boiling water, boiling water is hot enougtomake te pipe flexible but not burn/melt they plastic

    Derrick RijksenDerrick Rijksen7 months ago
  • How strong is the Crain

    Justin CHAPPELJustin CHAPPEL7 months ago
    • I think it's up to 10 000 when at steepest angle but much less lift when more horizontal

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • God your seed truck have good batterie hi was starting to grind my theet hahaha

    sebastien lapointesebastien lapointe7 months ago
  • Music is great!

    Kunki SunkiKunki Sunki7 months ago
  • Nick!!! Those old blocks are gonna crush or slide out of the way if that box happens to come crashing down.. ugh man that view made me nervous! Happy your safe! Would hate to see you go! God bless you and your family.

    Jeffrey PapeJeffrey Pape7 months ago
  • Back in the 60s when my dad farmed and kept cattle he used to say Theirs always something to do.Watching you guys I find that statement has plenty of merit.

    Michael BaumgardnerMichael Baumgardner7 months ago
  • Good onya boys

    Craig ForsbergCraig Forsberg7 months ago
  • Bob ,just look pretty and dont try to joke !

    Paul BassPaul Bass7 months ago
    • @Paul Bass am assuming Terry nodded her head.........which direction

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Oh no no no ! But I am more handsome ! LOL

      Paul BassPaul Bass7 months ago
    • You should be proud........ I learned it from you 😁

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • When are you going to do a video on the Wagner?

    Farmer JakeFarmer Jake7 months ago
    • It's planned restore later this fall

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • could you not rotate the hoses every year to prevent wear in one spot? we do that in the oil sands because the pipe bottoms wera out and the tops are fine

    madflyer1093madflyer10937 months ago
    • What happens is the sun and heat fuses the shape they're in. Very hard to bend to different shape

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • Legarms, why did you make all the joins in the same place ? Did it not occur to you to stagger the joins so as to not end up with a bulge in your harness. I say this as I often lengthen harness's and stagger my joins for a more sleeker appearance...John Australia

    John LawtonJohn Lawton7 months ago
  • Is the best

    Emily JoeckenEmily Joecken7 months ago
  • KTA 525

    Emily JoeckenEmily Joecken7 months ago
  • Leg Arms eats problems for breakfast!

    Keith WestbrooksKeith Westbrooks7 months ago
  • Gotta love those grass burners.

    Ken HollandKen Holland7 months ago
  • I love that shifting.....dang I want to do that one of these days. Love those old fords. Love your work, God Bless you all.

    Leo OsborneLeo Osborne7 months ago
  • I finally have time to watch out of school till August

    CB GamingCB Gaming7 months ago
    • On the rainy days I’ll watch

      CB GamingCB Gaming7 months ago
    • Robert Welker yea I sure will

      CB GamingCB Gaming7 months ago
    • Cool! Make sure you take a break and enjoy the summer sun.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • Don't forget to paint them welds!

    LowJack187LowJack1877 months ago
  • Great video!

    Brian GayBrian Gay7 months ago
  • 14:09 LOL, grind up that starter dude. lol. I would hate to feel how hot the battery cables got, not to mention the starter with all that prolonged grinding. Whew.

    jetboss737jetboss7377 months ago
    • Not that hot surprisingly. Easier to replace a starter than an engine because of ether.

      J. A. G.J. A. G.7 months ago
  • why don't you wear overalls and gloves?😅

    Leonardo AlbaneseLeonardo Albanese7 months ago
  • What an operation. Makes my day.

    kilroy bkilroy b7 months ago
  • You and Scott and ur dad makes these tough times seem sooo much easier Thankyou so much

    kilroy bkilroy b7 months ago
  • I love your dear ole dad, harnesses .takes me back i used to pick up asparagus with 1 mule an a cart. Love ur videos.Thankyou.

    kilroy bkilroy b7 months ago
  • Very awesome video! Love the music and the humor as things start to gear up for planting. Thank you Welkers for what you do and God bless you all!!

    TractormanpjTractormanpj7 months ago
  • Watching you work in fast forward makes me want to work faster...

    Dylan Wayne GebersDylan Wayne Gebers7 months ago
  • Why don’t you use the red peterbuilt as much as the other trucks

    Dylan HadlandDylan Hadland7 months ago
    • Robert Welker ok that is my favourite truck

      Dylan HadlandDylan Hadland7 months ago
    • When we need to haul grain again it'll see the road again

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • I've taken 6 showers today, you have a problem with that

    Caleb ManselCaleb Mansel7 months ago
  • Not sure if I've ever seen any videos on this, but does Welker Farms have livestock? If so, what do you guys raise?

    Tyler LemonTyler Lemon7 months ago
    • No livestock.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • How do you like your DRYshod boots?

    The Seeman BrosThe Seeman Bros7 months ago
    • I believe they like them

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • Straight pipe grain trucks when

    Dixie FarmboyDixie Farmboy7 months ago
  • Still Waiting for our snow to melt... just hanging around for so long this year!!

    Northern farmerNorthern farmer7 months ago
  • Ha your shop would drive cole the cornstar up a wall

    Cole EbbersCole Ebbers7 months ago
    • And our lack of mullets! 😉

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms7 months ago
  • Nice video 🌸🌺🌸

    Barbie Bush RowleyBarbie Bush Rowley7 months ago
  • Zach Johnson you can't imagine doing this can you. Millenials

    joyfiltersjoyfilters7 months ago
  • Ay nick, You should strait pipe the blue ford

    Boden JacksonBoden Jackson7 months ago
  • Like you

    Harjinder SinghHarjinder Singh7 months ago
  • Nick!! Give us an update on you little boy Levi

    Elijah SjogrenElijah Sjogren7 months ago
    • I can. He growing larger,doing well, and looking like he's going to be thicker body than Luke. Luke is very narrow

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • You drove to town with a bad air line ? wow

    kurt kylerkurt kyler7 months ago
  • What do you use to edit your videos?

    PA Dairy FarmerPA Dairy Farmer7 months ago
  • Have you compared the new 2" hoses that are thicker to the old ones? I bought a roll of it from Zerbe Bro’s. In Glasgow MT and have put 20,000 acres on it in 2 years and haven’t had one hole in it yet. They use it primarily for disc drills but have found putting it on bigger drills like my 70’ they last upwards of 45-50,000 acres and still going according to their mechanics.

    Kyle WassonKyle Wasson7 months ago
  • Our ground still froze over here. Just a small amount of maintenance left and we will be ready. Maybe 2 weeks here.

    Kyle WassonKyle Wasson7 months ago
  • If you want to warm plastic hoses I have an electric kettle in my workshop purely for doing this The cheapest one I could buy (like $25) with a fully opening lid Fits up to 2 1/2 In For 3 in water hose I have to put the hot water in a bucket

    fowletm1992fowletm19927 months ago
  • Those big buds look so good awesome stuff guys

    Matt WihlenMatt Wihlen7 months ago
  • Do some thing besides that hunk of wood. I have watched you guys fabricate so many things. BUILD a proper safety support.

    David Curtis CrowellDavid Curtis Crowell7 months ago
  • I'd say.... yall younguns should be very grateful that you have a great pop that wants to be part of the show! I'm sure he wasnt too keen on it at first ....but cherish the time yall have....I'd give anything to have my dad back...even for a day

    Jesse LuteJesse Lute7 months ago
  • incase yall wonder why hes puttin a block of wood under the bed its to keep the bed from falling while they work on it. so say the ram fails they will have enough time to get to safety instead of being crushed its a safety support

    Hunt Gaming/ProductionsHunt Gaming/Productions7 months ago
  • Hope you guys start planting soon

    Lisa OlsonLisa Olson7 months ago
  • I really like the editing in this episode boys.

    Lube sky ballerLube sky baller7 months ago
  • Those lovely trucks look like they’re longing for a welker winter make over.

    Mark WalkerMark Walker7 months ago
  • On hoses...Something that works better than soapy water is Ky jelly.....just sayin...

    Paul KPaul K7 months ago
  • Watching this from quarantine in Thailand,wishing I was back on my South Dakota farm ,but it won’t be happening any time soon. No flights flying for now. Dreading the flight back but safe here they have virus under control. Anyone violating Curfew here gets two years in thai prison, and no mask on 700$ fine plus one year in prison. But the harsh penalties have stopped the virus. Good luck with planting season this year. Your lucky to be so far away from the masses of people in the rest of the world. I know I’m going to be very happy to be back to my farm, 7 months here is to long.

    Kent NaumanKent Nauman7 months ago
  • Try this product called Restore engine restorer. For the green Ford. It will help with that low compression start ups in the cold. Just put a couple bottle in with your oil changes . Will help that old truck alot! I'm a diesel mechanic for the transit system in socal .

    B GreasyB Greasy7 months ago
  • Scott, check out Solder Seal connectors. Solder and heat shrink in one step with a heat gun. I just used a bunch of them and they work great.

    Motor 2of7Motor 2of77 months ago
    • Seen them advertised. Looks like a easy fix

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • In welsh plant means children but l can speak and understand English

    Farm. Ifan Rock'sFarm. Ifan Rock's7 months ago
  • That dump truck looks like it’s in quite good shape. Then again when things a maintained they last. That and low salt really helps

    Luke PekarekLuke Pekarek7 months ago
    • Not much rust in our area

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • Love when seeding rolls round as after a couple of months of calving it's like a holiday (especially using guidance)

    PIPER DOUGPIPER DOUG7 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • I played he’s farming similar map like if you did to. It was fun

    VeRtExVeRtEx7 months ago
  • another great video still lot snow here in alberta s,e good to see your dad in videos seems he always doing so well

    Keŕry WitherspoonKeŕry Witherspoon7 months ago
  • Do you guys build the Big Buds?

    TYLER SchellerTYLER Scheller7 months ago
    • Enjoy working on them

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker7 months ago
  • If only you put as much love in those smaller trucks as you do the semi’s... ol’ greenie’s front bumper sure looks sad. All them tools... time in winter and there in that shape?😬😬... I guess if their name was big bud greenie or something they might get the love.?!!..., oh come on got go bust your chops in the condition of those two.😬🙈🐒

    William DavisWilliam Davis7 months ago
  • As an old farmer the blocks work perfectly. I even tried dropping the tray once. the blocks just jam and the tray won't come down. There is no room for the tray to build up speed to cut the blocks. It is perfectly safe. I thought some one would say some thing as soon as I seen it.

    Gazza's StuffGazza's Stuff7 months ago
  • wow still looks cold there

    james marshjames marsh7 months ago
  • Nick, if I remember right we told you about working under a raised truck box once before. You got away unscated twice now. The next time might turn out differently.

    Marvin RathkeMarvin Rathke7 months ago
    • It was blocked. Not going to do anything

      William UskoskiWilliam Uskoski7 months ago
  • Don't you just hate it when you finally get the hose on and then you realize you didn't put the hose clamp on?

    bhurley52bhurley527 months ago
  • You guys are so lucky to farm together.Cherish working with your dad and each other. My dad and my brother did not get to farm together, we got jobs and helped dad when we could. but you are a great team.

    Pete DohmenPete Dohmen7 months ago
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