It's BIG It's HERE Let's GO! Harvest 2020

Aug 15, 2020
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Harvest is here! Yellow peas are up first as they mature the fastest. The first few days are spent working out kinks and fine tuning the machinery. We are thrilled so far with the yields coming off of our peas, hopefully the wheat and garbanzo beans yield well too. Let's get this harvest going!
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  • Out here in NJ we do a lot of corn and soybeans

    John BrownellJohn Brownell2 days ago
  • I know you can name that one farmer case

    blaine mash srblaine mash sr3 days ago
  • Nick who started the farm

    blaine mash srblaine mash sr3 days ago
  • My name is Blaine Mash Junior

    blaine mash srblaine mash sr3 days ago
  • I love Forming I watch your channel so I can learn what to do

    blaine mash srblaine mash sr3 days ago
  • The smell of rain and freshly turned soil is called “Petrichor”! I love it, and along with the smell of freshly cut hedges here in the UK.

    Will JefferyWill Jeffery3 days ago
  • If it’s red keep it in the shed😊 love the vids though

    BUC_ 34BUC_ 347 days ago
  • kinda surprised you don't run b-trains or at least pup trailers on the trucks

    Commissar0617Commissar06178 days ago
  • I used to love the smell of a fresh mowed hayfield.. that was the best part!!!

    Hugh StephensonHugh Stephenson12 days ago
  • Can 2020 get worse our combine broke down then it snapped an axle and it’s a 1680 pretty old

    Claire RussellClaire Russell12 days ago
  • Doesn't all that green weed crap end up in the peas too? talking about the part that is like 12 mins in where you got like 50% weeds 😅

    John Wick John WickJohn Wick John Wick15 days ago
  • Really enjoyed the harvesting. 👌👏👏👏

    Terry StephensTerry Stephens20 days ago
  • 7140 the best 1 you'll ever own

    Silver DragonSilver DragonMonth ago
  • Croptober

    Patty RastaPatty RastaMonth ago
  • Chad should be called "Nieghbor"

    Phil HosierPhil HosierMonth ago
  • is there such a thing as a giant vac machine(for a harvester) to suck up the rest and then separate the chaff/leaves /stalks from the beans/corn/crop? blahblahblah means ill shut up now......

    John barfneckJohn barfneckMonth ago
  • stupid question - why dont they have a direct rail line to the (local)grainery with spurs to each big farm............then you could load the grain cars directly and then they could be hauled to the grainery(scaled and a check be mailed/credited to each farm ) and left for them to unload when they have the time....blahblahblah means ill shut up now............i mean would it cost less than going to each location and loading trucks and hauling dozens upon dozens of loads from each location.....has anyone ever done a study on the difference...blahblahblha means ill shut up now

    John barfneckJohn barfneckMonth ago
  • Take family time when you can. go eat. Kids grow too fast.

    Pete HintonPete HintonMonth ago
  • cartersharer

    laura vallelaura valleMonth ago
  • farming one of the best and one of the worst occupatoin

    Charlie TannerCharlie TannerMonth ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • Gentlemen Farmers, YOU are the reason these United States of America is the 'breadbasket' to the world with your hard, continuous work and steely dedication. This video is so well done, full of great imagery and just a slice of the amount of time and gargantuan efforts you put in for the US of A. My dad was a farmer and seeing your work and sense of family gives me wonderful memories of what my dad had to do back in the 1960s, with so little mechanization. USA farmers ROCK this country and allows all of us to eat and feel a great sense of gratification. God bless all USA farmers and protect them each day!

    Dan McGuireDan McGuireMonth ago
  • Agricultura pura pasion

    Rubén BravoRubén Bravo2 months ago
  • I thought this was fs19 lol

    Read my Text plsRead my Text pls2 months ago
  • Not a farmer but worked on my uncle's dairy farm growing up and love seeing what goes into farm work!😄

    Chris BabikChris Babik2 months ago
  • What’s sto mean exactly? 😂

    Duncan CallensDuncan Callens2 months ago
  • Smells like MONEY home boy!!!!

    old640goldold640gold2 months ago
  • You can say that it's bin a good harvest... ^_^

    UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • When you get outta the tractor or combine after a long day and you can just smell the engine

    George CasemoreGeorge Casemore2 months ago
  • Chad... chaddles

    Simon PruszynskiSimon Pruszynski2 months ago
  • Thank you for giving us an amazing channel to subscribe too!

    Miracle IncMiracle Inc2 months ago
  • You should cool Chad rad

    Auggie Lego n Minecraft n farming simulatorAuggie Lego n Minecraft n farming simulator2 months ago
  • "it's raining peas"

    K RK R2 months ago
  • You definately need Optimus bine back in the fleet it's not a fleet with out himshowing the other two how it's done. Lol

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner2 months ago
    • It's a good idea that sitting down for as meal is done because it gives you guys a breaks and that gets you through the next stretch fairly fresh and less stressful.

      Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner2 months ago
  • You definately need Optimus bine back in the fleet it's not a fleet with out himshowing the other two how it's done. Lol

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner2 months ago
  • Maybe bear

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner2 months ago
  • what the hell is a yellow pea?!?!?! it looks like soybeans

    Tadd ReifsteckTadd Reifsteck2 months ago
    • It's a non sweet garden pea. It's not a oil crop like soybeans.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Drone footage par excellence!!!!!!!!

    Bill BloggsBill Bloggs2 months ago
  • If you have a Wiggles, than you need a Jiggles.

    Chris DartingChris Darting2 months ago
  • 4:22 "because you can " should've been "it is in the bloody way" lol

    mrfordfairmontmrfordfairmont2 months ago
  • It sounds like you are plagiarizing someone else’s words. Not cool

    Richard GRichard G2 months ago
    • ah......not following you on this one....?

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • My god I love this ,,you guys are great.May god be with you and Bless your harvest

    Charles ShawCharles Shaw2 months ago
  • I prefer the European model of farms.lots of them wirh plenty of farm kids. This ever increasing size is killing the rural areas and producers are proud of this ? Agriculture has lost its way. Huge bulk producers of commodies. Not necessarily farmers fault though. Its by design.

    northrockboynorthrockboy2 months ago
    • We are not proud that we have to keep increasing the size. Our income margins keep shrinking and that's not our fault. We are price takers. Not sure why do you say we're proud and then say not our fault. In Europe they subsidize their farmers tremendously to keep them farming, not at all a level playing field. If you want that model then push to have us heavily subsidized.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Question for leg arms. How exactly does your invention let you know when to stop the truck?

    Greg WalterGreg Walter2 months ago
    • Sensor reading

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Awesome intro

    Mike PagelMike Pagel2 months ago
  • Wheres your grain cart

    Elijah JacksonElijah Jackson2 months ago
    • Next vid

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I dont like red. no hard feelings

    Tyler HillTyler Hill2 months ago
  • Great video...Kinda reminded me of the old originals you guys used to do...alot of great drone footage, cool music and watching a great farm in action. So glad to see your yields are way up this year, hope the same holds true for wheat. It's great to see you guys progressing with newer and bigger infrastructure, the sign of growth. :)

    Danny DeshlerDanny Deshler2 months ago
  • one month lucky buggers takes us two months or more here in Australia on our farm

    jaime eckermannjaime eckermann3 months ago
  • How come your wives don’t help run equipment during planting and harvesting? Both my wife and my mother in law run equipment when we’re planting and harvesting. And yes, we all work outside of the farm, also.

    WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot RanchWhiskeyTangoFoxtrot Ranch3 months ago
    • Robert Welker they don’t need to because it’s big equipment?

      WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot RanchWhiskeyTangoFoxtrot Ranch2 months ago
    • With are large equipment they don't need to

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • When Farmers cant make a living in droughts etc do the Govt come running to help ? nope just the banks of doom 💵🚜🌾🌾🌄Govt when you make💵 $ Hello kitty

    Mark ArnottMark Arnott3 months ago
    • Government subsidizes crop insurance premiums about 40 %+. But costs are squeezing more farmers out of farming.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • What a GREAT video this was , thanks Welkers . 😀👍🏾🚜🇺🇸

    casey5711casey57113 months ago
  • 👍👍👍👍

    Kevin FarmerKevin Farmer3 months ago
  • One Superflow,one grain leg,one pit and one overhead bin and your lives would be so much easier and never touch a grain elevator again.

    WarAdmiral 79WarAdmiral 793 months ago
  • 👍👍💥

    OOOO3 months ago
  • Awesome horizon.

    ginggur17ginggur173 months ago
  • Forget trying to name Chad we should name nick, mr tricks. So we have dad, leg arms and tricks

    MrDaddyGazzMrDaddyGazz3 months ago
  • Your intro was cool.. Should be like a movie or something.

    Sean WilliamsSean Williams3 months ago
  • Humperdink

    John OJohn O3 months ago
  • When i was on harvest the combine's NEVER stopped.......the boss would drive out at lunch time and throw you a bag with a burger and fries and a pop and you would eat on the roll and you would not stop until about 9 pm and the boss would buy us a dinner at a greasy spoon before we hit the motel. we work like that from last of may in Texas until end of sept. finishing in lubbock area of west Texas.

    eitoobmizeitoobmiz3 months ago
    • @Doc Savage That was along time ago.....but we had brand new Massey 760's

      eitoobmizeitoobmiz3 months ago
  • 16:00 Man i love that truck! If i wasn't on the other side of the country I'd offer to work for free. In the hope's of getting to drive the 9370. Oh well watching it on here is the next best thing i guess lol.

    Teamster25Teamster253 months ago
  • Brad and Chad should be wiggles and giggles

    Cole AlexanderCole Alexander3 months ago
  • “Sorry Montana I’ll pay my taxes” had me dead 😂

    Ben HargerBen Harger3 months ago
  • Millions of people do the same thing everyday to make a living........

    Andrew MAndrew M3 months ago
  • We like the smell of cotton maturing can’t beat it

    wth82wth823 months ago
  • Chadder

    jon steffenjon steffen3 months ago
  • Cab corn? Call it "peas on your head"

    Mark LenknerMark Lenkner3 months ago
  • good luck on your harvest,,, setup looks great, an investment that will pay off,,,, would really like to see what you do to setup each combine for each crop, most people don't realize the diferent settings for concaves, sieves and air chaffers that has to be setup for each crop and then tweeked throughout the day as crop dries . its not set and forget,,,, good luck in 2020 guys

    BobBob3 months ago
  • Harvest is fun but not when you have stupid problems 😂

    Ben PenberthyBen Penberthy3 months ago
  • You guys should get a grain cart

    Brayden AndersonBrayden Anderson3 months ago
  • 17:58 johndeere can

    the man susanthe man susan3 months ago
  • You call him. THE Chad.

    Seth PitmanSeth Pitman3 months ago
  • Great video guys!! All the best to y'all. Stay safe my friends.

    Rob TuckRob Tuck3 months ago
  • I ❤ the magnum

    Cayden BenninkCayden Bennink3 months ago
  • I grew up on a farm & now live in the big city. I still appreciate The American Farmer

    Kirk LothertKirk Lothert3 months ago
  • wonderful harvest.

    Brad HBrad H3 months ago
  • is there a video of the guidance light leg-arms made for the drive over pit

    andrew williamsandrew williams3 months ago
  • Name chad “chigger” haha

    JB Pit BBQJB Pit BBQ3 months ago
  • Chad could be jelly bean lol

    Travis TharpTravis Tharp3 months ago
  • He kinda like a farming Jon B.

    Adam ArneckeAdam Arnecke3 months ago
  • Brad is wiggles Chad is giggles

    Allen HrubesAllen Hrubes3 months ago
  • Get you a California Duster from any big box store for that window cleaning. Its the best thing you will ever use on dusty windows. Dust them at night before it dews and you won't wash the windows all season.

    Harlan PayneHarlan Payne3 months ago
  • dobrze że żniwa i źle że tak czas szybko leci...ehh

    Marsellus WallaceMarsellus Wallace3 months ago
  • For Chad, its got to be Hanging Chad.

    David YanskyDavid Yansky3 months ago
  • Great Vlog, good to see your getting record yields and great quality sample

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage3 months ago
  • I’m surprised you guys don’t run stripper headers for your wheat. I know it’s an extra header but they run faster and conserve moisture which both add up.

    jasonike13jasonike133 months ago
  • Finish this bag of Cheetos

    Troy StuckTroy Stuck3 months ago
  • Did you say “peas”? I’m confused. This Nebraska girl isn’t sure what that is. Enlightenment please...🙁🤔

    Mar-BeeMar-Bee3 months ago
  • How does the light system work on the auger? I have been trying to figure out how to do some like that with our drive over

    Red River Valley FarmerRed River Valley Farmer3 months ago
  • Call chad Cujo 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️

    jeremy brooksjeremy brooks3 months ago
  • Chad = Champ?

    Bill NowlinBill Nowlin3 months ago
  • Bad Chad

    Henry McCabeHenry McCabe3 months ago
  • Chad should be chaddie

    Tyler GoetschTyler Goetsch3 months ago
  • You need 1 more semi truck and trailer

    kurt kylerkurt kyler3 months ago
  • cant wait! wheat hits 90 days this Saturday and it has been beautiful here in Manitoba Canada! LETS GO IS RIGHT!

    11fucky0u11fucky0u3 months ago
  • very well explained why you harvest when you do due to the pods popping. or weather. do farmers ph test their fields? if yes do you correct the ph? if you don't you might wanna look into doing it.

    LSgaming420LSgaming4203 months ago