Here We GO! Raising GIANT Grain Bins|Part 1

Jul 11, 2020
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Exciting times here at the farm! Not often we see new bins being erected! Enjoy!
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  • I realize what the logic is behind buying these, but if it all works out how long is the pay back, when will your investment start making money for you, along with the freedom they give you? Did you figure out how many nuts and bolts each bin requires? Guess the right number, win a prize!

    shop shopshop shop4 months ago
    • @Tuddley oh that was so cool!

      SisterchickSisterchick4 months ago
    • @Philip Harper ... They buy New shtuff every few years , I can't believe a Combine stays w them for over five seasons... yeah , I know they're spendy

      Sons R A Lars TooSons R A Lars Too4 months ago
    • @Welker Farms ... So it's almost like money in the bank 😉😂... Dang !!!

      Sons R A Lars TooSons R A Lars Too4 months ago
    • Smarter Every Day did an episode entirely dedicated to grain bins, how they're built, why they're crucial to farmers, and the economics behind them.

      kloppanatorkloppanator4 months ago
    • shop shop always fun on Welker farm

      THE HAY TEAM TVTHE HAY TEAM TV4 months ago
  • good the fox

    Massimo PucciniMassimo PucciniDay ago
  • Make one of those bins into a house

    Terry DobsonTerry Dobson6 days ago
  • Need to read instructions? Don't have masonry bits? I bet those things are leaking already.

    40ozheineken40ozheinekenMonth ago
  • bet it would sound great when you record a drumkit inside one of these empty bins , makes the drums sound huge

    watahyahknowwatahyahknow2 months ago
  • lil fox found ground real hard too. bless him trying dig his way out of trouble - kinda like when i make a dumb comment on here :-)

    Ian CleggIan Clegg3 months ago
  • 3 miles? i cant see nothing near you in thirty miles! come to eng(no)land, you'll see london, scotland and out to sea - all you need to do is spin around when you jump.

    Ian CleggIan Clegg3 months ago
  • To much talking not enough doing.

    Alan WebsterAlan Webster3 months ago
  • what was that growing where the fox was??

    Robert EcholsRobert Echols3 months ago
  • nice Jake!!! sounded good!!!

    Robert EcholsRobert Echols3 months ago
  • first time I ever saw this being done, thank you ...now I know

    JohnJohn3 months ago
  • I feel educated on raising grainbins. Fun vlog.

    S. AshcraftS. Ashcraft3 months ago
  • buddy:tell you what, elon musk will be glad to put some of those in orbit .......full of grain.......;)

    manuel gonzalezmanuel gonzalez3 months ago
  • Really awesome, thank you to you and your family. cant wait for harvest time

    Big Tex CaliBig Tex Cali3 months ago
    • Our pleasure!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • Oh, don't be scared. Grow a pair!

    Mike HMike H3 months ago
  • Leg arms missed his calling the way he describes things.he ahould be a teacher

    Andrew JohnsonAndrew Johnson4 months ago
  • Never Forget your Grain Bin Saftey. In a few Minutes a Funneral is going to start for a friend that his rope broke and died at the bottom of his 60,000 bin of Corn He had his harness on.

    polarisman09polarisman094 months ago
  • Was there going to be a stair way to the top??

    John SebarJohn Sebar4 months ago
  • Bin Comment Part 1

    KENtucky ProudKENtucky Proud4 months ago
  • Dude, how many horses does that place have? That is a lot of road-apples to mace all those streaks in the field! Could any cow-pies be involved to make that much volume?

    Terel HuttoTerel Hutto4 months ago
  • Very interesting to see this go up. 😷👍

    Randolph ButlerRandolph Butler4 months ago
  • Comepucky... that’s the Montana name for sticky gunk that seals out water...lol

    Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston4 months ago
  • GIANT?? We have some that are 2 million bushel capacity 156' x 29 ring

    super picklesuper pickle4 months ago
  • There like huge LEGO sets. But for farmers

    Bxnter LolBxnter Lol4 months ago
  • I’m fs19 they already have the bins lol

    Bodi LearBodi Lear4 months ago
  • Thank you for uploading in 1440p! USworldss compression really screwed 1080p up, it doesn't look like it used too. 1440p makes up for that very well!

    Titanium MechanismTitanium Mechanism4 months ago
  • And now you have it recorded

    curtis andersoncurtis anderson4 months ago
  • hydro pack or hydraulic power pack

    Tbonius maximusTbonius maximus4 months ago
  • Birds can nest on the vent mesh and drop droppings inside the bin. Mesh should be angled backwards

    Radial OrbitsRadial Orbits4 months ago
  • How Can A Farmer Possibly Afford these Bins 🤣 🧐 and a New Green Tractor ... AND a new GMC and etc ... I am surprised a single guy can throw the panels around

    Sons R A Lars TooSons R A Lars Too4 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve4 months ago
  • Yo

    iBelieveiBelieve4 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve4 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve4 months ago
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    iBelieveiBelieve4 months ago
  • Great video. I'm curious about horse feedlot. I'm wondering where horses are sent for processing as I don't believe they can be slaughtered in the US.

    Lonnie EicheleLonnie Eichele4 months ago
    • They go to Canada as French love horse meat.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
  • Legarms: I know you guys are thinking that but there’s no way no way I can lift that up Veiwers: yes you can LOL good thing you got more bins for storage also hi guys.

    Ben NewtonBen Newton4 months ago
  • Next bin u put up call agri systems in Macon, Missouri they have by far the best prices and travel anywhere

    Jonathan BarronJonathan Barron4 months ago
  • Fire leg arms again.. temporarily of course

    noah shrimpnoah shrimp4 months ago
  • Instead of auggers and grain legs they have started using giant vacuum setups. Have y'all seen that tip yet??? Suppose to be less moving parts less matinees.

    Tom PreissTom Preiss4 months ago
  • It's similar to plummers puddy.

    Tom PreissTom Preiss4 months ago
  • talk less and show bins being built how about??

    Phil RuscianoPhil Rusciano4 months ago
    • You would not believe how many have requested the exact opposite. Trying to find middle ground to please all is no easy task!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
  • Love the video keep up with the great work

    christopher lindchristopher lind4 months ago
  • I thought you said we could watch the video, with al the interruptions it’s not worth my time watching, sorry.

    DSB 2134DSB 21344 months ago
  • it's about time for more acres to farm??? yes??

    WarAdmiral 79WarAdmiral 794 months ago
  • I live in PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND ,on the East Coast of CANADA. My Cousin sell Grain Tanks. I worked with him when all over the Maritimes. We put some BIG ONE 10 RINGS. IT WAS fun to put them up. Good Luck with yours!!

    Andy WilliamsAndy Williams4 months ago
  • Awesome guys, congrats!!!

    Kris BowerKris Bower4 months ago
  • 21:43 he likes you

    Brendan FrazineBrendan Frazine4 months ago
  • Nice video, but way too many commercials! Timed them, commercial every 3 minutes!

    JD JonesJD Jones4 months ago
  • Hey leg arms you think the horse muner stinks I grew up near a mushroom plant and when there compost pile caught on fire in which they used horse muner now that is a whacked out smell

    COOKIE MONSTERCOOKIE MONSTER4 months ago
  • If anyone asks about tne new hole in the building, just tell them it's for your new pet fox! Love your video's and thanks again for them. 👍👌🍺🚜❤

    Gene PollardGene Pollard4 months ago
  • nice

    Joseph LanguemiJoseph Languemi4 months ago
  • Nick!! Scott did a thing. With the thing. Seriously guys, I've been looking forward to seeing those bins go up for what seems like a really long time. Glad to see that project coming together.

    Greg BromleyGreg Bromley4 months ago
  • Just so you guys you one of one is going nuts with the new shoes on tik tok glad i listen to iowa am radio

    D SD S4 months ago
  • I think we've all put a hole in our barn lol

    Luke AugustusLuke Augustus4 months ago
  • Put a door where the hole is!

    Dean ReinkeDean Reinke4 months ago
  • Butyl tape!

    Dean ReinkeDean Reinke4 months ago
  • Just saw leg arms in my home town wish I knew you were going to be in clarion . I won’t tell why you were there

    James UehlingJames Uehling4 months ago
  • LegArms the problem is they will still move there! Then sue u because it smells just like they did with Smithfield! Thanks to all the law suites and the stupid judges Smithfield is now owned by China!

    Randy ToweryRandy Towery4 months ago
  • Thought you guys might be interested in this - worlds largest wheat yield - Canterbury NZ - 17 tonnes per hectare - usworlds.info/slow/video/h2x3saLYqWaWgIM

    Zevion OZevion O4 months ago
  • I miss driving a dump truck and operating heavy equipment.

    Maine ManMaine Man4 months ago
  • 17:35 I always wondered if these axles sticking out would hit something someday, can these be taken off?

    Rockport1911Rockport19114 months ago
  • Sealant is called “ butyl” it’s an insane weather proofing material that allows expansion n contraction however maintain a water tight seal. It’s sticky stuff for sure. Awesome video guys 👌

    RedhawkfarmsllcRedhawkfarmsllc4 months ago
    • Redhawkfarmsllc looked like plumbers putty

      blake dismukeblake dismuke4 months ago
  • A lot of taling!

    Tineke Goedvolk VleggeertTineke Goedvolk Vleggeert4 months ago
  • What do you use for a weather app?

    Gary TrippelGary Trippel4 months ago
  • Good job Leg Arms. Awesome site out on the plains.

    stumpy2816stumpy28164 months ago
  • haha when leg arms was like lets have a look at those vents shows up the grain bin instead

    wavvytobywavvytoby4 months ago
  • Don't touch the young fox , if they are being touched the mother won't feed him anymore ...!

    L hL h4 months ago
  • Nice to see the kind of behind the scenes of the farm. Waiting on the Lake house videos Nick...... Scott we all make mistakes, I'm sure you patched that building in a few min. No video???

    rem32001rem320014 months ago
  • Great video, in th euk we dont have that many grain bins so seeing how they are built is great, good work and keep it up !

    Adrian HutchinAdrian Hutchin4 months ago
  • Now its time for legarms to sing in the new gain bins. I would love to see that

    6.7Cummins_TRUMP2020 Upchurch_AllDay_Long6.7Cummins_TRUMP2020 Upchurch_AllDay_Long4 months ago
  • It's called tacky tape. It's also used on metal roofs.

    Dan RoseDan Rose4 months ago
  • It is so amazing how those go up thanks for taking us along for another beautiful video and bless you guys out there

    Dan FinleyDan Finley4 months ago
  • What about the Dougal effect of mixing corn and beans into one bin at the push of one switch I

    James FormanJames Forman4 months ago
  • Worked on a bin crew (Iowa) a few summers ago. The hydraulic jacks were standard on our crew. Very rewarding when bin is finished and always able to drive past and say you helped construct that.

    Brent FettketherBrent Fettkether4 months ago
  • I guess you guys are really raising the roof

    Luke StaunchLuke Staunch4 months ago
  • Did you guys convert that IH to a dump truck or buy it that way? See the sleeper cutout filler

    Randy RuppelRandy Ruppel4 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Okay, thank you for the reply!

      Randy RuppelRandy Ruppel4 months ago
    • Was that way

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
  • You keep the fox?

    Rob HardwickRob Hardwick4 months ago
    • No it is growing up to do its God given job........control mice

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
  • Honey.... I have to go to the south forty.....Don't forget to pack a lunch..

    Dave SmithDave Smith4 months ago
  • We used to have wild foxes that would come right up on to the porch and let you pet them

    David HonorDavid Honor4 months ago
  • Leg-Arms needs to sing in the new bin

    Glenn GaulGlenn Gaul4 months ago
  • Will we soon see these two bins on fs 19? Lol

    Alden DarrAlden Darr4 months ago
    • Someone will mod them

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
  • Did you pay extra to get stiffeners? My neighbors have 25k Westeels but no stiffeners.

    379insk379insk4 months ago
    • Yes, some difference, spect to wind load

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
  • Y’all should do a live stream soon like when y’all Are harvesting or something

    Night RyderNight Ryder4 months ago
    • I will stay tuned to the channel

      Night RyderNight Ryder4 months ago
    • Stay Tuned!!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
    • We will

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
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    Moondyne .JoeMoondyne .Joe4 months ago
  • Looking good sod busters

    Sam RugtivSam Rugtiv4 months ago
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    Dioni ParedesDioni Paredes4 months ago
  • Thanks Guys Great Vlog... good to see the bins going up Thanks Tony

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage4 months ago
    • Glad you enjoyed it

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
  • I am not sure just what to say as I feel dyslexic when I try to explain what I am thinking... It takes a while to have the actual money to buy bins so that those savings can occur and by the time they do, you have grown so much in size that those bins are just making up for the times that you needed them and now these will just get you through and you could use two more... not sure why the cost of food is so low at the farm and so high at the store but am sure that would start a whole new controversy and thats not what we need. I see a definite need for more trucks with the upgraded trailers. Even some old fuel squeezing cab overs with some air conditioning would work like old JB Hunt sells thousands of. They get a half million miles on them and no one wants those miserable things that can't get out of their own path. I have been watching some of the trucking channels and it is ridiculous how bad the younger generation is at driving and they want more power, loud jake brakes and chrome... none of it will really make you money but I can see why a person hesitates to just buy a truck and try and get through a season with it. If it were off highway maybe as tires could go till they blow and doors and fenders are optional... please don't wear out brakes needlessly as going near the dump site you will need to stop as you get close. They would ask us to just use the trailer brakes as much as possible as the truck brakes are so expensive. We cringed and did as they asked till a truck would get wrecked. Sad times

    Morgan AdairMorgan Adair4 months ago
  • Can someone help me with the following questions? 1. I hear a lot about bin related accidents, sometimes even leading up to death. How are these bins so dangerous? 2. Do these bins just store or also dry crops? Or is there a difference between storage and dryer bins? 3. How do you load/unload these bins? I assume loading is done from the top down, but how do you remove crops? All I've seen is the door. Thanks in advance.

    Gauloises KhaosGauloises Khaos4 months ago
    • Deaths have occurred by entering the bins with overhanging columns of grain. They can collapse and suffocate the person. These have aeration floors which cool and dry the grain. Both have unloading augers under the dry floor

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
  • Very nice and interesting to see and watch

    Levi HoferLevi Hofer4 months ago
    • @Welker Farms welcome, and have a great combine season

      Levi HoferLevi Hofer4 months ago
    • Thank you very much!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
  • Where do you get your gunpowder for the canon

    UnoptimizedUnoptimized4 months ago
    • It's mussel loading black power sold at sporting goods store

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker4 months ago
  • Scott and Nick I think that you will love those Westeal bins. We have 2, wish that we had more. Our Westeals are 10k, I really love their doors, no tools need to close or open them. No air leaks. When you run your fans, I would recommend that you open the lid 2 to 4 links of the chain. If you do not open the lid to let the heat & moisture out above the vents, it runs down the side wall. Enjoy your Westeals! I know that I do. Hello from north east Montana. Opheim.

    DARREL FUHRMANDARREL FUHRMAN4 months ago
    • Hey thanks for the advice and may you have a huge crop this year!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
  • hay supervisor......you lied!! you didn't show the vents bbllllllaaaa!!!!!!! lol...... love y'all though liked it!!

    thomas maloneythomas maloney4 months ago
  • Job well done

    J supermanJ superman4 months ago
  • 6:02 Sure you could. You're just going to need an elaborate block & tackle system. Good luck!

    B CB C4 months ago
  • I accidentally bump a tiny half dollar size hole in the side of my brother-in-laws building while grading. I got a little too close and then the dirt caved allowing the box blade to do the hokey pokey. He wasn't happy but he got over it, especially since I was doing the work for free. : )

    Shane GillespieShane Gillespie4 months ago
  • i built grain bins here in texas late 80s we had camper hand crank jacks lol

    cableandchain !!!!!cableandchain !!!!!4 months ago
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