🔴LIVE! Come Ride Along! - Harvest 2020

Aug 2, 2020
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  • Где руские

    Дон_ФиксДон_Фикс22 days ago
  • 37:21 'i will fire him if he breaks something' does that mean the accident with his arm costs him his job?

    doppydoppdoppydopp27 days ago
  • are you sawing soybeans yellow peas

    mike branklemike brankleMonth ago
  • Keeping this my self won't be enough so I decided to share. I got paid of £8,450 through Bitcoin investment, with the help of Mr Nichoas on Instagram (@ nicholas__fxtrade)

    Excel XeniaExcel XeniaMonth ago
  • Yall Be Safe

    Vince AbbinanteVince AbbinanteMonth ago
  • Hope yall have a great harvest , its always alot of fun, ive always enjoyed it.👏👏👌.

    Vince AbbinanteVince AbbinanteMonth ago
  • Hello folks

    Vince AbbinanteVince AbbinanteMonth ago
  • Hey from norway. Happy harvest🙂

    Fredrik LarsenFredrik Larsen2 months ago
  • I want to be a fam

    Sadie DekleSadie Dekle2 months ago
  • Way to much facial camera work, show the fields and combine work more.

    Frank GerlachFrank Gerlach2 months ago
  • Where is my arm leg I’m all oiled up with my work boots on waiting for him

    Big dog 1 BBig dog 1 B2 months ago
  • How do u move those bins or are u getting 2 new ones???

    Tom BastionTom Bastion2 months ago
  • Have u ever been to northern michigan,, we live up here close to Lake Superior

    Tom BastionTom Bastion2 months ago
  • 1:06:21 I STILL THINK there needs to be a big tall FIRE POLE to slide down on the other side of that landing!!!! (at the top of the bin stairs!)

    Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
    • @William McIntyre stairs to go up... POLE TO SLIDE DOWN!!! :) GIVE THE KIDS A BIG TOY TOO!! :)

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael2 months ago
    • Jtt jojo go to to go to by up to go y by by by ñ Ok mom k lp pop

      William McIntyreWilliam McIntyre2 months ago
    • Ok up

      William McIntyreWilliam McIntyre2 months ago
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    Stacion FelizoStacion Felizo3 months ago
  • You’re missing a few old Trump sign

    Aidan QuinnAidan Quinn3 months ago
  • I love watching red combines eat GREEN WEEDS LMAO reminds of them Deere’s them red combines eat

    Nathan PingNathan Ping3 months ago
    • Word up

      Big dog 1 BBig dog 1 B2 months ago
  • Gotta be Clifford....

    Tony AckermanTony Ackerman3 months ago
  • tierzoo

    Moore MohammadMoore Mohammad3 months ago
  • I would consider your yield good here where l mainly lived and contract harvested in here Australia to Nick especially on the shallow mallee grey and sandy soils many years because of limestone we would have been lucky to get half that. Where l live now on heavier soils with 80 bushells being quite common as the soil is deeper and hangs on better. Lupins (white) do well on lighter reds to sand soils and faba beans do well on our heavy soils. We also like pidgeon pea which is a semi perennial from lndia and gets around a metre and half high as a summer crop It is like small shrub and pods on the top half of the bush. They dont need a lot of rain but do yield well and have a very strong tape root system and are excellent at breaking disease cycles in crops. You could sow them after your wheat and peas and harvest them later. Their price is currently.l believe around 1500 dollars Australia a ton here on farm.

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner3 months ago
  • Here's hoping that you find a way to put a Plexiglas windscreen on the 4x4 by winter time.

    FergywurstFergywurst3 months ago
  • And we got a John Deere r with Pony motor

    Sue GuadagnoSue Guadagno3 months ago
  • I like your videos and me and my papa working our shop with John Deere's

    Sue GuadagnoSue Guadagno3 months ago
  • Should right 400,000 subs in the cement on the new bin😂

    Philip EnnisPhilip Ennis3 months ago
  • Did your dad have the virus, how is he doing

    Arnold GorterArnold Gorter3 months ago
  • Toddler question - How does the machine keep the radiator from getting plugged with chaff. I assume the radiator fan reverses - but it seems that there is more to it than that, sounds too simple - lots of chaff. Great videos thanks for taking the time

    Tom NTom N3 months ago
  • Yo

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Do you float shift when you’re driving your semis or do you use the clutch

    Brandyn GouldBrandyn Gould3 months ago
  • old horse power sounds better

    PlaguebitPlaguebit3 months ago
  • How many hectares you have sir

    Navdeep singh GillNavdeep singh Gill3 months ago
  • How many acres of peas do you have

    Rory WeberRory Weber3 months ago
  • Knew it wasn’t beast bine right away. There’s no led headlights on the rails

    Tyler FrenskoTyler Frensko3 months ago
  • Ima pilot and combine driver as well

    Will JohnsonWill Johnson3 months ago
  • hello from ohio farmer that is the dirtyest header i have ever seen

    Jen SchlechtyJen Schlechty3 months ago
  • Want a flying grain silo? See usworlds.info/slow/video/hnyKsZ2YrqSTjZ0 !!!

    Matt GrantMatt Grant3 months ago
  • New Subscriber awesome video. God bless Stay safe Jesus says "ALL LIVES MATTER"

    Ragsdale Creek WorkshopRagsdale Creek Workshop3 months ago
  • If you take the cluster panel out there should be dip switches on the back of the speedometer to adjust for tire size and gear ratio changes etc. So you can get it to read accurately again on the pete

    WesWes3 months ago
  • Stay safe around your tractors an combines base some one I know they got run over by combine keep up grate work

    farm lovefarm love3 months ago
  • The live streams are great really good to see just what happens not the edit with the best parts. I did get to watch some of it live. But just finished watching the whole thing sadly i couldn't see the chat on the replay not sure if that due to my browser or if you loosing chat has caused it not to save to the video. Keep up the Great content Seeding and harvest are my favorite times to watch.

    Joshua HockleyJoshua Hockley3 months ago

    Verlyn NygaardVerlyn Nygaard3 months ago

    Verlyn NygaardVerlyn Nygaard3 months ago
  • Where are FATHER BOB & COLBY

    Verlyn NygaardVerlyn Nygaard3 months ago

    Verlyn NygaardVerlyn Nygaard3 months ago
  • I think he meant drop the straw vs baling it.

    Steve FroslieSteve Froslie3 months ago

    Verlyn NygaardVerlyn Nygaard3 months ago
  • Benchmark

    Steve FroslieSteve Froslie3 months ago
  • When you and leg arms switched out it looked like you mounted and dismounted from the right side?

    Paul GragePaul Grage3 months ago
    • Its the camera reversal that makes it seem that way

      Tony AckermanTony Ackerman3 months ago
  • Are your augers on the right side? Or was that a camera effect?

    Paul GragePaul Grage3 months ago
  • For the 400K subscription you could make a prize out of one of your cannon bowling balls 😉

    Leo McAvoyLeo McAvoy3 months ago
  • How does the auto header height work in that combine we just got a new case 8120 and I was just curious

    Caleb KnutsonCaleb Knutson3 months ago
  • Lol thanks for keeping it up

    Aiden PalmerAiden Palmer3 months ago
  • Greetings from Cambridgeshire England, nothing like watching combines working in the field. Been a while since I've been at the helm of one!

    Andrew BaileyAndrew Bailey3 months ago
  • Blow 1 of the old jd combines up with bowling ball with a live feed to mn farmer zak for reaction for the 400k

    Cam ManselCam Mansel3 months ago
  • How many bushells is a tonne ps I'm Australian and we use tonnes per hectare

    Crested MenderYTCrested MenderYT3 months ago
    • American don't work in metric weights as us Aussies. They are in our old weights and measures Lbs, Cwt and Tons !!

      Willen EnableWillen Enable3 months ago
  • You can never build grain bins big enough add the 2 rings..lol.You won't even notice it when the 4th bin goes up guessing it will be a 48' 10 ring the "cheapest per bushel "to build.

    JTN FisherManJTN FisherMan3 months ago
  • You guys should get your international bulldozer up and running for your 400k subscribers. Show us how fast it is

    Al HearnAl Hearn3 months ago
  • Did wonder if you’d maxed out the number of rings on those first 2 bins! Use all the rings on the third! Would hate to put crop on the floor just for aesthetics. Maybe you can add rings to the first two in the future so they all match.

    Jon SJon S3 months ago
  • Seriously guys, put the extra 2 rings on that third bin, and consider putting two more on the other bins next year. 1400 acres of peas at 40 bushels is 56.000 bushel = your new bins are full ;)

    Kristoffer JensenKristoffer Jensen3 months ago
  • 40 bushels to bags per acre ?

  • If you guys want some sort of grain cart on your farm, you could get a gravity wagon and then have an auger loading the trucks, and you don’t have to buy a tractor with PTO.

    Peter SchülerPeter Schüler3 months ago
  • I farmed over 40 years and never saw yellow peas that dust free. We always had mole hills to put through the combine with the crop. We used a flex header because in Saskatchewan our peas don’t stand up anything like yours. On the bright side we usually had better yields than your’s. Hail not withstanding. Good luck with harvest and stay safe. ps. You consider not wearing a ring on your finger while farming, especially jumping off a step or anywhere it might get hooked.

    Gary & LindaGary & Linda3 months ago
  • love youre Harvest live stream good work

    Rjack76Rjack763 months ago
  • How are you harvesting? It seems like the crop was only planted yesterday.

    Chris SpencerChris Spencer3 months ago
  • Your area is dry and affects the crop, yet in North Dakota there are some areas that looked like 100+ bushel oats, but it will be knocked down to 80 - 90 because of drowned out areas. In some areas they could not plant because it was too wet. Farmers cannot seen to get good weather anymore.

    Slim Jim in MNSlim Jim in MN3 months ago
  • FYI yellow field peas weigh 60 pounds per bushel. They sell for about $6 a bushel right now. The 8230 combine costs about $250K to replace. It burns 20+ gallons of diesel an hour under full load, plus DEF. They are probably combining about 1,000 bushels an hour for each combine. Those A trains hold about 1200 bushels, but you can't fill them up in dense crops or you'll be over weight on the roads. In the fields, when it is dry, it doesn't matter, so they load them up. A custom combiner will charge about $30/acre. Maybe less in those peas because they take less power. The combines are doing about 5MPH x 45 feet = 27.3 acres per hour.

    TechGuyTechGuy3 months ago
  • Dude.. Add the rings.. I know what your thinking it won't look good. Just add the additional rings to the others later.

    Mac DawgMac Dawg3 months ago
  • Love chickpeas!

    Don DoanDon Doan3 months ago
  • Great Vlog, useful intro to harvest

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage3 months ago
  • That unloading sweep is sweet !

    TechGuyTechGuy3 months ago
  • Do you all rely on the cell network for internet service out in the fields?

    Greg BromleyGreg Bromley3 months ago
  • Terrible video quality. Hurts the eyes! USworlds only giving 720p but still grainy and blurry.

    LowJack187LowJack1873 months ago
  • Crazy that the MMoline doesn't have the power to turn your auger. When I was a kid we had a 10HP Briggs and Straton on the auger. Didn't need the 16 HP! But then the bins got larger, the trucks got larger and the combines got larger. We had a Brandt 12x70 after that.

    TechGuyTechGuy3 months ago
  • U said "headland" .I think u meant "end row" !! (Called in North East Indiana)

    Henry LopezHenry Lopez3 months ago
  • Thanks for showing the harvest videos

    Blake MermisBlake Mermis3 months ago
  • You are running the 8230. The give away was the engine power. (475HP) There sure is a big difference in engine power between the 8230 and the 7230.

    TechGuyTechGuy3 months ago
  • Put the 2 rings on the newest bin. You have to plan for the future and not go for looks or for the now!!

    Eric SchroederEric Schroeder3 months ago
  • Great video Welkers good luck combining your 2020 crops

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin Christiansen3 months ago
  • Hey

    Levi KuipersLevi Kuipers3 months ago
  • have ya'll ever harvest corn

    Scotty SwartzScotty Swartz3 months ago
  • Nice licking of your earplugs..... interesting approach

    What?What?3 months ago
  • Get plane to take picture of farm

    darren lorddarren lord3 months ago
  • must be nice to livestream from the cab, Colorado mountains don't let us get cell phone let alone high-speed. Rain would be nice if we're wishing. thanks and God Bless America , you have rain headed your way.

    46Rambo46Rambo3 months ago
  • Dollar signs flying into the hopper.

    Randy BenneRandy Benne3 months ago
  • Wow, seams like you just planted that yesterday.

    Randy BenneRandy Benne3 months ago
  • I watch and follow all your videos but shame after all the build up too harvest, you didn’t even show any of it! I’ll move on bud. Good luck! Shame as thought you’re with your fans. Cheers from 🇬🇧

    cuttingwoodagaincuttingwoodagain3 months ago
    • You do realize that the videos are like a week or more after what we are doing at the moment. He gave you a sneak peak in away

      Leg ArmsLeg Arms3 months ago
  • Buena maquinaria. Me en canta

    Juan Pedro Garcia LopezJuan Pedro Garcia Lopez3 months ago
  • How many acres an hour will the two combines cut?

    mark armitagemark armitage3 months ago
  • Does pea chaff itch like wheat and milo does?

    J Essary FarmsJ Essary Farms3 months ago
    • Welker Farms cool thanks! Wish we could raise them here in New Mexico.

      J Essary FarmsJ Essary Farms3 months ago
    • It honestly isn't bad at all, about the same as wheat.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • I think i can speak for everyone when I say We'd all like to see Optimusbine come back to Welker farms permanently!!! please message me back I have a few ideas I'd like to run by y'all

    Teagan MackowiakTeagan Mackowiak3 months ago
    • We agree! Maybe someday we can bring him home!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • Maby you mean bench mark?

    Don CrawfordDon Crawford3 months ago
    • That's it! Nailed it, yep brain fart! 😁

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • If the auger will reach put the extra rings on. There will be a time you will want it and wish you would have put them on.

    Toy Farmer70Toy Farmer703 months ago
    • That's what we are thinking, better just do it!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • Saw a wheat field for the first time outside my town this year. They got quite a harvest out of it. Not sure if they can sell it locally here. All corn and soybeans in NW Iowa.

    Jeremy KonzJeremy Konz3 months ago
  • Hello Nick great live stream last night I really enjoyed watching the harvest 2020. I really hope your yellow peas will be a lot of money for your farm stay safe out there bud.

    Dayna KrolDayna Krol3 months ago
  • Best Job of the world !

    Schnik SchnakSchnik Schnak3 months ago
  • I gotta pull my Zack Johnson and go to the restroom. I can't believe you just said that. :)

    John JohnsonJohn Johnson3 months ago
    • @Welker Farms The nearest tractor or combine tire works as well ;)

      Harold LawsonHarold Lawson3 months ago
    • Haha well inside MN millennial Farmer joke with corn fields and stuff... Can't do that here!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • Do the extra rings, don’t let the OCD cost yea, it will be fine! As a fellow pilot, you know the saying, three things that are useless to a pilot, runway behind you, fuel on the ground, and altitude above you! You can now add “rings in the barn “ to that...lol. Love you guys, God Bless!

    Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston3 months ago