Biggest Yields We've Harvested!

Aug 22, 2020
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We wrap up yellow pea harvest and are thrilled with the yields! But we almost lose the largest grain bin on the farm! Each day is exciting, never know what will happen!
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  • Little windy eh?

    Tiger GamingTiger Gaming4 hours ago
  • 💪👍🏼👊🏻

    C ChebuharC Chebuhar2 days ago
  • We put our reel down all the way down than forward

    Ben PenberthyBen Penberthy2 days ago
  • Were can I buy peas that look good guys y'all are the best god bless y'all

    Chris BrantleyChris Brantley5 days ago
  • Man I miss my kids when they were that small. Enjoy every second with them. Time really does fly

    S. TorresS. Torres10 days ago
  • I swear that scenery is by Shelby mt along the Canadian boarder

    Michael BrighamMichael Brigham13 days ago
  • Always a like for the Welkers. Makes the world seem whole. Down to earth. Legit.

    104th IronMike104th IronMike22 days ago
  • Cant wait for this trailer and semi come to fs19

    MiPapiThe1MiPapiThe122 days ago
  • Never seen a storage bin being erected like that being a city guy. That was really cool.

    J RJ R25 days ago
  • Do you guys have to have a cdl to drive those big rigs for farm use? Someone told me a long time ago that farmers were exempt from having to get one.

    Jake BJake B25 days ago
  • The trucks fully load... More than that Dot- 👁️👄👁️

    Motor riderMotor riderMonth ago
  • Love farm dogs!

    Darrel NeufeldtDarrel NeufeldtMonth ago
  • is there a Welker Farms map we can download? :D

    Arthur StanciuArthur StanciuMonth ago
  • I love that old stuf,we find a lot down south as well. Old cars in the middle of nowwhere.

    Kenneth HeddenKenneth HeddenMonth ago
  • what is this Backroad Finds? hehe.

    Kenneth HeddenKenneth HeddenMonth ago
  • After harvest, why don't you burn that cosha(?) down ?

    Phil HosierPhil HosierMonth ago
  • You guys should invest into wind systems for the headers

    Gabe GarciaGabe GarciaMonth ago
  • Why don’t you just trail the header

    Cayden PoppenhagenCayden PoppenhagenMonth ago
  • The dog climbing the ladder was so cool

    Rays WeldisRays WeldisMonth ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • Hi im new to your channel enjoying your video could tell me how combines got names bspine and clifford keep up great video

    randy dutkarandy dutka2 months ago
  • Does old Merlin bother you when you road your machines.,

    Joe HartwellJoe Hartwell2 months ago
  • 6:11 Why didnt you just tow the header?

    Jack goodallJack goodall2 months ago
  • as allways, thanks for sharing

    the pizza devilthe pizza devil2 months ago
  • Its usual to have lifter on every 3rd or 4th finger here for doing peas if they short.

    Arable CanterburyNZArable CanterburyNZ2 months ago
  • I had no idea I loved farming videos. I just did a quick search for semi restorations and the international came up. After one video I had to subscribe. You guys have such an in-depth channel and it’s so cool to see what you guys do on a daily. Thank you for putting food on Americans table!!

    Marcelo MelendezMarcelo Melendez2 months ago
  • I'm from Nebraska I watch your videos a lot

    Brian BrovontBrian Brovont2 months ago
  • How can you carry that down the road on the combine out there big head you got

    Brian BrovontBrian Brovont2 months ago
  • There’s no such thing as to young to drive a big bud

    Bobo342Bobo3422 months ago
  • Thank You.

    carbo2950carbo29502 months ago
  • Last time I saw a coyote, him and his friends were stalking me while I was irrigating a pasture.

    Chris DartingChris Darting2 months ago
  • Remember! Your name is Nick, not Timmy, and Colby probably would get distracted by a rabbit before he could find help!!!

    Chris DartingChris Darting2 months ago
  • I see what you did there "A hairs breath." 👍😀

    Gary ShellGary Shell2 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve2 months ago
  • Your contact number sir

    Vishal ChauhanVishal Chauhan2 months ago
  • V Good

    Vishal ChauhanVishal Chauhan2 months ago
  • Scott made reference to a device that he made for aligning the trailer dumps with the dump auger. Could he show that in detail and describe how it works? I t appears to be some type of electronic eye and reflector setup. Your operation is looking great . . . new equipment, improvements, and bins! God is truly good and He blesses His children.

    Jerry HoopsJerry Hoops2 months ago
  • good watching your videos at night i fall to sleep most nights when the tractors r running 🚜👍 This Aussie farmer air seeding 600hp > looks like this 🚜_________🌳________________________🌳_______________ near 6ml views there's 2 videos of it

    Mark ArnottMark Arnott2 months ago
  • (breaks out into song, in glorious four-part harmony) Let there be peas, on earth...

    Michael MacDonellMichael MacDonell2 months ago
  • Robert, you need to do a Coby Special! :)

    Jan DreierJan Dreier2 months ago
  • Why do y’all not use the Bens in the farm yard

    Branden MccBranden Mcc2 months ago
  • Lovely, lovely drone shots! Keep it up!

    Jan DreierJan Dreier2 months ago
  • That old homestead is awesome!

    Logan YouTubeLogan YouTube2 months ago
  • Look up Gabe Brown watch and learn there is a better way!

    Daniel deadDaniel dead2 months ago
  • Farmers are geniuses

    Kevin LuoKevin Luo2 months ago
  • Very nice

    NicoBresciaNicoBrescia2 months ago
  • I remember when I was 17 years old and we had a 40 acre fruit farm. Every now and then I would snag a grape vine and pull the roots up with the cultivator. I was never allowed to work the land in the pear orchards. I just stayed in the vineyards. I even chopped the fuel cap up with the 5 foot wide field mower. And my older brother put diesel into a gas powered tractor. We sold the farm about 16 years ago.

    Matthew MasternakMatthew Masternak2 months ago
  • Happy Birthday Luke!

    Larry HicksLarry Hicks2 months ago
  • Who else like the video before they even watch it? Keep it up Welkers! Love the channel

    Gavin TierneyGavin Tierney2 months ago
  • hurry up and bury it all #bailout

    Jason PinturJason Pintur2 months ago
  • U have excellent footage , I want to know what kind of pea [ Also the static chain is always grounding right on the rear ]

    Freepress666Freepress6663 months ago
    • Yellow peas and static grounding

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I love how all the USworlds farmers never mention exactly how much they load their semis. Or if they do. They just say it’s “legal” 🤣🤣🤣

    Phillip PlemonsPhillip Plemons3 months ago
  • Yellow Pea's = Chick Pea's???

    Gerald RichardsonGerald Richardson3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Thank you for the reply Thank You for keeping the video's going I look forward for new one's and it is awesome how you work. Stay safe and Thank you for all you do for the country. From Sherwood Oregon

      Gerald RichardsonGerald Richardson2 months ago
    • Different. Chicks for humus. Peas mostly for animal feed protein

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • U guys should get the new combine head lights

    daniel linndaniel linn3 months ago
  • I would love to work with these guys

    Matt SkersickMatt Skersick3 months ago
  • WCCO belting wahpeton, north Dakota makes those belts cheaper than what you can get them elsewhere and they have lasted longer for us so far than the originals

    Devin ZutterDevin Zutter3 months ago
  • Is the 3rd bin larger in diameter or just taller than the other two?

    Mark GibsonMark Gibson3 months ago
    • Taller

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Would love to come to your farm for a visit sometime

    Jim McLeanJim McLean3 months ago
  • Happy Birthday young man - in the cab soon. Question: chain dragging under Beastbine static electricity? Any new Case Equip coming this year. Great videos - thks

    Tom NTom N3 months ago
    • Yup and yup

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Happy birthday luck 🥳🎂🎊

    CoryMFallen . .CoryMFallen . .3 months ago
  • Just curious!!!!! A lot of farmers are running flags on there equipment here in Mississippi. I ask them where did they get the idea??? Of course I knew the answer!! Walker farms!!!Mostly trump 2020 flags. Not being political at all!! Maybe you guys don’t want to dive into that and I get it!!! But I would love to see some trump flags in y’all’s equipment!! Just saying!!

    Mississippi1977Mississippi19773 months ago
    • Very good point Mr Welker. I don’t blame you. The world just needs more loving,hard working, god fearing folks like you guys!!!! Keep up the hard work.

      Mississippi1977Mississippi19772 months ago
    • That's cool. Yes with this politicized atmosphere its brings out fire 🔥. We are for our constitutional and Bill of rights candidates who working for less government and support our law enforcement.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • yall should put flags on your augers

    farmall_cubfarmall_cub3 months ago
  • I love looking at old farm site evidence. Any relics you have found of the original people of the prairie, the Native Amerians?

    Nick BergNick Berg3 months ago
    • I haven't yet. These were temporary campsites which seem to lack artifacts

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 🖒🖒🖒🖒

    Emilio Jaen 8AEmilio Jaen 8A3 months ago
  • What kind of work that you guys do comes at a price that would stagger a man to his knees at a normal job. Hazard of the job territory is kinda rounding it off. I hope that the season finishes on a high note but that is crazy as a weathermans job prediction of the future.

    Morgan AdairMorgan Adair3 months ago
  • R u getting a x9...

    Randy sutterRandy sutter3 months ago
  • Send those ben builders to Iowa! They will have plenty of work there!!

    IsaacIsaac3 months ago
  • The video title teases big yields, but the video is lacking in detail about yields. I would like to know more about them, please.

    Ronald GeerRonald Geer3 months ago
    • The yuelds are from combines data. Will measure after harvest. The peas yield seemed to be close to 30 bph

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • The drone footage was excellent!

    Jimmy DruryJimmy Drury3 months ago
  • Less talking more tractor riding

    Trey CrummeyTrey Crummey3 months ago
  • Do any vehicles drive a long the interstate

    CooperCooper3 months ago
    • It's the main road to western Canada, busy with trucks

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • I never seem to have a problem watching your videos from start to finish Nick. Thank you for the update. 🙂👍

    Farmer PFarmer P3 months ago
  • Beautiful shots 😁🤙🏼

    Harm in FrameHarm in Frame3 months ago
  • Hey Nick doesn't hay help the ground out I just watching your old streams and really enjoy them

    Ghost SlayerGhost Slayer3 months ago
  • so glad your bin is ok. But Cole the Cornstar and others over his area lost many of theirs. we can do nothing against the weather!. Keep safe and thankyou.

    Philip KimberPhilip Kimber3 months ago
  • In about 10 years he gonna be old enough to drive your farm equipment

    Richard MRichard M3 months ago
  • Spraying those weeds now and “double killing” them in the fall is a brilliant move.

    mcd5082mcd50823 months ago
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  • 👍🎂🎂 HAPPY BIRTHDAY LUKE 🤩 It would be interesting when the old homestead was occupied? VERY interesting encounter with that coyote, AND the flash storm! GOD BLESS 😍😍😍😍😍

    Grandpa JimGrandpa Jim3 months ago
  • I am used to the type of setup you more than likely have in the JDs parked in the bone yard called sieves. We would change out about 3 layers of them per type of crop. Sometimes we would change out 1 or 2 sheets to improve yield. I guess you what you called modules now. Can you explain the differences between the two setups? I know, shows my age and how long it has been since I was in your shoes. Thank You! BTW, I started farming when I was 6. I first started out in a flatbed truck driving in-between hay bales. Couldn't reach the pedals unless I got almost under the steering wheel to push in the clutch. I know I had a smile from ear to ear!

    Michael BrunerMichael Bruner3 months ago
    • @Michael Bruner very similar to older cimbines. They all use two sieves, upper and lower. The difference is the thrashing rotor and exchangeable concaves

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Is that all that is used for seperation of seed from shell or chaff?

      Michael BrunerMichael Bruner3 months ago
    • Modules are a type of concaves. Those JD only had one

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • 0:00 when you open a bag of sand left out 60 years read more

    keyontae Benionkeyontae Benion3 months ago
  • Hello sir, how are you?

    Extra StockExtra Stock3 months ago
    • We are well, thank you

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Great video the drone shots show just how beautiful Montana is

    Thomas WoodburyThomas Woodbury3 months ago
  • It’s something to think about what the people went through living on the plains or prairies in those days beautiful place.

    David HouserDavid Houser3 months ago
  • The old farmstead is cool. Lots of history and broken dreams. The “well” I believe is a cistern. They were used to store rain water

    farmboy971farmboy9713 months ago
  • The old farmstead is cool. Lots of history and broken dreams. The “well” I believe is a cistern. They were used to store rain water

    farmboy971farmboy9713 months ago

    Matthew WMatthew W3 months ago
  • Thank you Leg Arms...and thank you for your hard work and feeding the world with the grain your rising...Welker Farms

    Micheal DeckerMicheal Decker3 months ago
  • At the homestead, well or cistern?

    Wayout WestWayout West3 months ago
    • Cistern

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Happy birthday Luke the is my brothers name

    pork choppork chop3 months ago
  • Texans, eat your heart out, these guys farm is so big, they have an interstate highway cutting across part of the farm. 😂🤣

    The OwlThe Owl3 months ago
    • We don't charge a toll for those driving through our farm 😅👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Great video guys 😁👍 but sorry the stars o the show are Coby an Bob 💪 Scott Nick u wanna argue with that 🤔😂😂😂👍

    Bob PatersonBob Paterson3 months ago
  • Why do you have that chain DRAGGING FOR YOU COULD START VA MASSIVE FIRE 🔥

    Jesus SarabiaJesus Sarabia3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker very true but it's always better to play it on the safe side ....

      Jesus SarabiaJesus Sarabia3 months ago
    • I've never had or heard of a fire started by the combine dragging chain. At 5 mph speed not possible to get a spark.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • You and that family are dynamite. I can relate to how my own family is regarding of let's get shite done regardless. I've said this before and I'll keep telling you. You've done great bringing the boy's up.

    James ThompsonJames Thompson3 months ago
  • I remember you, your wife and Rose doing a live feed during harvest. 3 yrs ago she was the baby then.

    Kevin FarmerKevin Farmer3 months ago
  • I miss the notifications but I seem to find your videos. Nice to see your kids and dogs. you should brick over that old Homestead well just saying.

    Ronald SchmidtRonald Schmidt3 months ago
  • You need to have this kind of equipment for the smaller jobs around your farm

    Noah BorntregerNoah Borntreger3 months ago
  • I hope you really enjoyed that black crop juice aroma you talked about

    Noah BorntregerNoah Borntreger3 months ago
    • There's paw paw with paw, paw, paw, paw........whoof

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Nickname your dad Paw Paw

    Cheryl RepmannCheryl Repmann3 months ago
  • At time interval 5:00 Nick indicates that the cabin air conditioning stopped working. He does a reset and now it functions. Did he determine WHY a reset was necessary? Maybe the condenser is plugged with chaff / debris and causing the system to over pressure?

    acarl1018 Xacarl1018 X3 months ago
  • Robert I love your dog.

    Soybean FarmerSoybean Farmer3 months ago
    • Very faithful

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago