Gobbling Grain

Sep 19, 2020
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    Welker FarmsWelker Farms2 months ago
    • Guys in Channel Info i can’t find how much acre Welkers have does anyone know?

      Fadlan AlaFadlan Ala2 months ago
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      GregoryGregory2 months ago
    • Just ordered my my Welker farms shirt shipping to Australia !!!!! Happing farming boys 👍

      matt carrollmatt carroll2 months ago
    • usworlds.info/slow/video/iqGCooaus6doo3M&ab_channel=LockPickingLawyer I wouldnt buy it.

      Hannes Ranta-NilkkuHannes Ranta-Nilkku2 months ago
    • America needs trump flags on the equipment

      Send ItSend It2 months ago
  • I’m curious as to if you’d ever bale your straw/ stubble for extra $$?

    mfanwe Likeitmfanwe Likeit20 days ago
  • Excuse yourself real Canadians existed here long before your ancestors landed here, Sorry Natives were here North American Indians!

    Steve ArsenaultSteve ArsenaultMonth ago
  • Back in the '70's cutting a thousand acres took 10-12 days with our John Deere 95's with 20' headers. Some folks may not understand that even poor wheat is worth harvesting because it's cheaper to take the grain with a combine than to have to kill the volunteer wheat that comes up from the kernels knocked out by the hail. We normally planted between half and a full bushel of wheat so you can imagine what a field would be like when a hail storm "plants" 20 plus bushels per acre.

    Wild TurkeyWild TurkeyMonth ago
  • can you not spend the next couple years dumping soil on those bare areas and smoothing it out??

    Get ProbedGet ProbedMonth ago
  • Thanks for all that you do and for feeding America!

    Grace BowenGrace BowenMonth ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • I see that shale ground as potential holding yards for hundreds of beehives lol

    Aaron MallettAaron MallettMonth ago
  • You boys need to get more on the baby making machines and get some more hands to help with work. That Jones guy got you out produced right now.

    Not YouNot YouMonth ago
  • Combine had digestive issues there.

    Kenneth HeddenKenneth HeddenMonth ago
  • Clamland.

    Kenneth HeddenKenneth HeddenMonth ago
  • do you have any tips for a kid that wants to be a farmer

    Kaleb DuBellKaleb DuBellMonth ago
  • I would like to know more about the background music you use for your videos, song name artist album?

    Ziga DeBoomZiga DeBoomMonth ago
  • You boys keep a disc hooked to something to keep fire from spreading if it gets near you

    Jacob ChandlerJacob ChandlerMonth ago
  • Hi

    Philips FarmPhilips FarmMonth ago
  • Legarms, someone earlier had the same philosophy: "Do the best you can, with what you have, where you are" Theodore Roosevelt

    Rod JohnsonRod Johnson2 months ago
  • You guys rock. Good people, good family. Not to discount your efforts at all, but kudos, to your grandparents as well... i assume.

    kitkatkitkat2 months ago
  • "Professionals" screw up? Not if the camera isn't running... ^_^

    UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • Oh sorry about the rocks eh cheers from Berta your northern neighbour.

    Yeg MtbYeg Mtb2 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve2 months ago
  • Nick Welker, The Man, The Legend, The King Of Montages. lol

    Ellie BuehlerEllie Buehler2 months ago
  • Remember - when you always do your best, your best keeps improving!

    David McGeeDavid McGee2 months ago
  • I wouldn't listen to much to the Wokers that want to tell you about how to farm, but they do know how to farm their six inch herb garden flower pot out on the balcony of their cliff dwelling condo as they gaze down at their brother Wokers running around "borrowing" merchandise from the first floor storefronts where they have their campfires going. But they do appreciate the bread they get from their "artisan bakeries" that use the wheat you harvest. Just saying! 👍

    Brian CaseyBrian Casey2 months ago
  • As for you guys screwing up.......Work in progress mate you'll get there eventually, in your own time.... The same as everyone else. And remember above all else. An old Irish saying. The man who didn't make a mistake didn't make very much. Keep going.

    Nigel MorrowNigel Morrow2 months ago
  • bonjour. merci pour la video;car en plus j'ai put la transcrire en francais.je vous comprend mieux.merci pierre de france.congratulations.

    Pierre LESTRADEPierre LESTRADE2 months ago
  • Leg arms we all make mistakes professional or not

    Jack GroverJack Grover2 months ago
  • I am a x dairy farmer in the UK and the way you look after your machinery and solving problems , Keep up good work Lads.

    John HowsonJohn Howson2 months ago
  • Just want to say you guys capture the most gorgeous shots awesome job

    Paul HealyPaul Healy2 months ago
  • Nice video

    Larry KluckLarry Kluck2 months ago
  • I have noticed that you sample every load of grain. Can you address why you are doing it and the potential results of the testing. (Moisture/protein/etc.)

    lee Vanrulerlee Vanruler2 months ago
    • For protein content

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • 17:02 That footage is stunning

    AJ Deere T680AJ Deere T6802 months ago
  • good luck with simpli safe, ive had the fire dept at my house 4 times i ended up throwing the fire alarms away, and the the cops called a few times due to trash motion sensors. frig them. i ran and ran far away from that system. not to mention the garbage cameras and the signal drops every 1 minute

    Tbonius maximusTbonius maximus2 months ago
  • aaaaaaw😢, i miss the cannon 😂

    Tobbe AnderssonTobbe Andersson2 months ago
  • Do you get any help from the CCC?

    carbo2950carbo29502 months ago
    • For farm program

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Here’s a planter for ya usworlds.info/slow/video/pYVrjq28fXODqWY

    trevnsarahtrevnsarah2 months ago
  • Great video 👍 scenery shots were amazing 💪 and of course Coby on patrol duties 👍👍

    Bob PatersonBob Paterson2 months ago
  • I play your guys for me somewhere in 19 map

    Natasha MajorsNatasha Majors2 months ago
  • Does simply safe require reliable internet access? Just asking. All we have on my farm is point to point. No cable Internet, no High-speed phone line internet.. i guess i am in the boonies. Only on a former provincial Highway in Northern Ontario.

    Michael Burns07777Michael Burns077772 months ago
    • Doesn't if you don't want alert to authorities or remote notifying

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Nick, you just let everybody know the secret to farming. Now everyone with OCD is looking for a patch of dirt to call their own. Great vidya Gents. Cheers God Bless.

    Beeroquois NationBeeroquois Nation2 months ago
  • How about a tour of your fuel storage, holding capacity, type of diesel off-road 1 or 2. Pumps etc. Thanks. Been a subscriber for about a year.

    Robert DamronRobert Damron2 months ago
    • Could do that. Try to remember

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • hey, just curious...what is with the wall of names in the lounge area?

    Cris ArthurCris Arthur2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker ok! cool idea.

      Cris ArthurCris Arthur2 months ago
    • Patreon subscribers

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Don't buy gravel for whatever you need. Mine that shale it make s an excellent base for roads and buildings.

    Kenneth FriedrichsenKenneth Friedrichsen2 months ago
  • are you guys Christian or catholic

    • @KRSS83VLOGS /GAMING It's not really a whatever sort of matter. They're the original Christians, but whatever.

      Hondo LaneHondo LaneMonth ago
    • @Hondo Lane whatever

    • @KRSS83VLOGS /GAMING they believe in Jesus Christ= Christian

      Hondo LaneHondo LaneMonth ago
    • @Hondo Lane no accually there not

    • Are you on crack they're the same thing!!!

      Hondo LaneHondo LaneMonth ago
  • Hey Nick........Canada or not, you see what the glaciers left behind here after shaping the valleys. Helping my son farm in BC. By the way, great video. Really appreciate what you do and the great detail in explaining the intricacies of your farm operation. Thank you for what you and your family do!

    William MoesWilliam Moes2 months ago
  • love seeing Bob and Cody too.

    salty 101salty 1012 months ago
  • 👍👍💥

    OOOO2 months ago
  • Doesn't your Mom have family in the Lake Charles area? How did they weather hurricane Laura?

    Andrew RoyAndrew Roy2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker By the way, thank you for taking the time to reply.

      Andrew RoyAndrew Roy2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Glad to hear they are good. I drove through DeQuincy and surrounding area right after the storm. I have never seen that much destruction.

      Andrew RoyAndrew Roy2 months ago
    • Yes, north 40 miles. Had trees blown over and power loss for a week

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Love the welker hats but can’t justify paying more for shipping than what the hat costs ☹️

    robert geareyrobert gearey2 months ago
    • Robert Welker that’s international shipping tho 👍

      robert geareyrobert gearey2 months ago
    • I know, it's expensive

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • What is the auger on the top of the header used for?

    Jake TrottmanJake Trottman2 months ago
    • I try and read all. Thanks for following 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker thank you sir! I'm a big fan I cant believe you actually responded

      Jake TrottmanJake Trottman2 months ago
    • Helping pull fluffy crop to the middle

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I purchased a simplisafe alarm system through your link they are having the 20% off and free camera until tomorrow. I liked how easy it looks to set up.

    Chip ChapChip Chap2 months ago
  • Great video guys. What is the tank on the side of the grain cart?

    Eric BalbianiEric Balbiani2 months ago
    • Fire fighting

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Do a soil analysis on those spots, just for shits and giggles

    DJM RDJM R2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker aha, so it is like a beach.

      DJM RDJM R2 months ago
    • This is different. No organic content

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker hey , back in Holland we grow tulips in that stuff.

      DJM RDJM R2 months ago
    • 100 % old sea floor clay

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • The timelapse at 16:53 is so wonderful ... congratulations on your work ... success! João Vitor/ Brasil

    João Vitor Soares DiasJoão Vitor Soares Dias2 months ago
  • ship the rocks here ! We can make stupid $$$ for landscaping ! think of it Glacier rock landscapers !

    Paul BassPaul Bass2 months ago
  • We serve a very forgiving God for sure

    Jeff McinnisJeff Mcinnis2 months ago
  • The drone shot from straight above was to short, and what would that look like at night? Good job.

    Roger HortonRoger Horton2 months ago
  • For after work, dude usworlds.info/slow/video/bGJ5bJnIkmJ6i2o

    Michael NuberMichael Nuber2 months ago
  • how did you start farming

    Kaleb DuBellKaleb DuBell2 months ago
    • Grandfather homesteaded here in 1912. Nick, Scott are 4th gen

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I have farming simulator 19

    Andrea WeissAndrea Weiss2 months ago
  • most of you have probably eaten grasshopper parts

    K RK R2 months ago

    john shumatejohn shumate2 months ago
  • Lol....loved it when you gave the enviro Nazis a serve....👍🌾

    Dan StocksDan Stocks2 months ago
  • Wondering if he scooped up some dirt with the header. I've done that a few times myself when you have to cut low with it

    Mr. TRWMr. TRW2 months ago
  • Lovely cinematography!

    Michael BroxtermanMichael Broxterman2 months ago
  • Watching your harvest videos makes you proud to be an American!

    Mike MooreMike Moore2 months ago
  • Good video.. your OCD on matching combines is spot on. No one hears the phone convoy of you three kings asking each other; what field next? Idk what do you think is ready? Idk. What do you think? Idk etc.

    Second hand farm handSecond hand farm hand2 months ago
  • Hi, I like your hat Nick! I grew up on a dairy and beef farm in West Central Minnesota, and we operated with H’s, ,M’s, and a 560 and a 1066! Sincerely, Sam Hanson 👍😎🇺🇸

    Sam HansonSam Hanson2 months ago
  • Just started watching tonight. Bring me up to speed: how many bushel is the grain cart? Is any of your “merchandise” available in tall sizes? At 6’5”, tired to tears of shirts that subject me (and anyone else who might be around me) to plumbers butt every time I bend over to tie my shoes.

    Old TiremanOld Tireman2 months ago
    • 2000 bus. Not sure how long body the shirts are.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • If you drag a chain of the back axle or if u have a hitch for head carts it will help reduce static electricity so it will reduce chances of fire

    Wyatt DeAthWyatt DeAth2 months ago
  • Subbed

    Ben JoseBen Jose2 months ago
    • Welcome 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • If cochia, thistles and cheat grass won't grow on it, it's scab land. Its good for rock pile and junk iron storage

    Tony AckermanTony Ackerman2 months ago
  • Legarms, improvisation is the essence of farming, the essence of many areas of any industry where you don't have all the tools and resources available to do the repairs "the right way". You men do great work!

    Tony AckermanTony Ackerman2 months ago
  • I'll be very interested to see how the grain bags hold up over winter. They look like a great idea and alternative to grain tarps. Any sense of how rodent and bird proof they will be? Keep rockin' Welkers!

    Tony AckermanTony Ackerman2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker thank you

      Tony AckermanTony Ackerman2 months ago
    • Not deer proof but dogs take care of that

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • what about if the power goes out dose it still work lol

    Ben HornbackBen Hornback2 months ago
  • Can you guys make a quad zilla shirt

    Brady BrunkBrady Brunk2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker ok

      Brady BrunkBrady Brunk2 months ago
    • Would have to make sure no copyright or trademark problems

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Now those are some beautiful shots drone footage is awesome

    Dan FinleyDan Finley2 months ago
  • You are the best Welker Farm

    Raul OropezaRaul Oropeza2 months ago
  • Mr. Welker , you are answering alot of the comments, just wanted to say what an awesome family you have , good luck with harvest and may God continue to bles you all

    Don SDon S2 months ago
    • Thanks Don. We really appreciate all who follow us. It's been great to meet so many new friends

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • You guys ever think about buying QaudZilla and the Unverferth Graincat???

    Brody The BeastBrody The Beast2 months ago
    • Could Plz check those out if you want to find them go to my Playlist Real Life Farming.

      Brody The BeastBrody The Beast2 months ago
    • Dont blame you i have videos of me cutting Wheat in Central Kansas with terrible Grass on my USworlds channel i understand.

      Brody The BeastBrody The Beast2 months ago
    • Would love too but $5 wheat doesn't work

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I have a question for u on big brut cant u use the spray booms to help put it out

    Kenneth KettererKenneth Ketterer2 months ago
    • Wouldn't do much. Just a small mist

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • let’s get to going! love it. tx.

    Paul McGroganPaul McGrogan2 months ago
  • For all you Case fans 150HP traction engine fitted out with 36JD bottom plows usworlds.info/slow/video/rYqTnajMsXVne50

    Twentypdr ParrottTwentypdr Parrott2 months ago
  • All that work, so I can have a piece of toast, in the morning.......thanks..

    Dave SmithDave Smith2 months ago
  • The farmer has always been the king of cobb job

    Matt CoyMatt Coy2 months ago
  • Please put CC every video

    Michael SpringerMichael Springer2 months ago
    • I'll mention it again

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Go Welker Farms!

    carbo2950carbo29502 months ago
  • Anyone that reckons that they never made a mistake probably never did anything. The definition of experience: Being able to recognise a mistake as you are making it again :)

    Shovel GuggelheimShovel Guggelheim2 months ago
  • Thank a farmer. So saying my thank you for the day. And another for each day after. 👍

    Ricky CarterRicky Carter2 months ago
  • Just wondered where you got your bachelor in drone filming😂

    Erlend RistesundErlend Ristesund2 months ago
  • I was thinking it used less fuel. Hope it goes well on the rest of harvest like watching you guys having fun.

    White Eagle TransWhite Eagle Trans2 months ago
  • I say it again the best channel on USworlds keep it up Welker Farms....

    Bappies ___Bappies ___2 months ago
  • Waitin for that Trump flag on beastbine🇺🇸

    logpile13logpile132 months ago
  • @welker farms - If you really wanted to invest in it, couldnt you (somehow) Bulldoze or alike, some of that shale ground away, and have some proper good working soil throw in there instead? I know its a large area and would be a pretty costy project, but couldnt it be done?

    ZhortZhort2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Touché. It'd have to be driven Cross country from somewhere else or something.. Maybe even imported.. It was just a thought!

      ZhortZhort2 months ago
    • The problem is where are you going to get the top soil to cover the clay. We only have a foot thick across the farm. Would love to be able to do that

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 1440 dreamin of bunnies

    Russell PetrieRussell Petrie2 months ago
  • 1250 kind of curious would you clean an area like that take it to the scrap area of the farm maybe utulise it in projects

    Russell PetrieRussell Petrie2 months ago
  • Best Farming channel out there.

    mwnciboomwnciboo2 months ago
  • What part of MT are you from ??

    Jobi LeathermonJobi Leathermon2 months ago
    • Northern Montana, 90 north of Great Falls.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • im wondering is it not worth your time to bale the straw from the wheat?

    gummibamsegummibamse2 months ago
    • We don't want to remove the residue. Need it to help with soil build up.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • That’s a great opening shot with the cart and quad.

    Michael StarkMichael Stark2 months ago
  • The thing I like the most is that all you guys are down to Earth. Very humble. Keep it up guys. 👍👍🇬🇧🇺🇸🇬🇧🇺🇸🇬🇧🇺🇸

    ginggur17ginggur172 months ago