Nick you are alive right now
Nick, you, Scott and your Dad do a great job on your videos. Your drone videos are top notch and your farming explanations are VERY informative, Scott is very good at explaining what he's doing during repairs and your Dad has a brilliant sense of humor and history!
Thank you for the very kind comment!
I Love Clifford and Beast bine
Hey, shouldn’t that machine be green?
Only if it ate spoiled grain! 😂 😁
When r you going to work on the cabin
How much does the big bud 747 weigh?
Why no video on 7/29/2020?
What are all the beans used for ?
Hi good morning
I have another question for you, have you ever seen the brand Long?
I thought your nickname was shop cleaner 😁😁
will u go and see zack
I like Big Buds and I can not lie! Good one Nick. 😆
How far out is the wheat harvest in Montana?
Hey how much did u pay for the bigbud
Would you ever consider renting out all your land and not having all that over head? Maybe further ahead. I do that in Ontario and go to the Lake house. Parked all my equipment and trees are growing up around and in it. My McCorrmick ;loadertractor stays new, only blows the snow.
Strugels in russia usworlds.info/slow/video/i2Kag5iomGV9h38
Do not buy a cheap Chinese string trimmer. The first hot day we used it it seperated the crank from the piston in a funny manner.
on your wheat do you get paid for protein?
Very little if it is high but big discounts if it is low.
If you gave up farming you would be bored. Ya got to be some where. Bob is the best I enjoy his tutorials on farming in your part of the country love his short come backs. Especially the one to the pud who wants to buy 10000 acres
Keep your dad and dog
In that order😉😁👍
Crazy how short your season is. In england we don’t have your worries about rain quantity, but such a long season and always the late harvest weather lottery!!!
I would love to have some subscribers it would be awesome if Welkers farm would subscribe to me at Heddings Farm
If your going to West Virginia, don’t forget to play John Denvers Country Roads.
Nice I should be cutting tomrrow
also known as "clean the shop"
Get some BIG Windmills :)
When I was a kid most of the farms locally wer less than 200 acres and supported an entire family. Seeing the amount of land you have to farm is way beyond my normal comprehension.
Where you guy get those flag on your combine they look nice on your combine
Oh ok I was just wondering because we are putting some on are combine
Some were sent to us
Good to see the water extinguisher on the combine because it will put out more class A fire than any other extinguisher and also cool a over heated bearing.
I am from britian, this is very interesting sir
Y’all have cows. I was just looking at all y’all land. Y’all have corrals well in use or leasing them out. Make a video on them?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!!!!
Combines out in Laurel area👍
Would you send me a new hat, for free it would be free advertising for you I live in South Dakota. Think about it . Thanks kevin, PS enjoy your video
How many acres do you guys have.
Awesome video man
How many acres per day in harvest time
Usually up to 500 after a long lunch break 😁👍
Hello from kentucky
Hey a shout out to James in France please
I'm not sure if this is working or not...
Hey Nick how are you....
I didn't know you were doing a livestream I found a piece of equipment you might be interested in its called The Grain Weevil it's put out by JL robotics you put it inside the grain bin and it keeps the flow of the grain moving around
Hi Nick have you thought of putting on a wind system on the head like the millennial farmer has keep up the good work happy harvesting love to all 😁😁👍👍
And on the 8th day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, "I need a caretaker" -- so God made a Farmer. God said, "I need somebody willing to get up before dawn, milk cows, work all day in the fields, milk cows again, eat supper, then go to town and stay past midnight at a meeting of the school board" -- so God made a Farmer. "I need somebody with arms strong enough to rustle a calf and yet gentle enough to deliver his own grandchild; somebody to call hogs, tame cantankerous machinery, come home hungry, have to wait lunch until his wife’s done feeding visiting ladies, then tell the ladies to be sure and come back real soon -- and mean it" -- so God made a Farmer. God said, "I need somebody willing to sit up all night with a newborn colt, and watch it die, then dry his eyes and say, 'Maybe next year.' I need somebody who can shape an ax handle from a persimmon sprout, shoe a horse with a hunk of car tire, who can make harness out of haywire, feed sacks and shoe scraps; who, planting time and harvest season, will finish his forty-hour week by Tuesday noon, and then pain’n from tractor back, put in another seventy-two hours" -- so God made a Farmer. God had to have somebody willing to ride the ruts at double speed to get the hay in ahead of the rain clouds, and yet stop in mid-field and race to help when he sees the first smoke from a neighbor’s place -- so God made a Farmer. God said, "I need somebody strong enough to clear trees and heave bails, yet gentle enough to tame lambs and wean pigs and tend the pink-combed pullets, who will stop his mower for an hour to splint the broken leg of a meadow lark." It had to be somebody who’d plow deep and straight and not cut corners; somebody to seed, weed, feed, breed and rake and disc and plow and plant and tie the fleece and strain the milk and replenish the self-feeder and finish a hard week’s work with a five-mile drive to church; somebody who would bale a family together with the soft strong bonds of sharing, who would laugh, and then sigh, and then reply, with smiling eyes, when his son says that he wants to spend his life "doing what dad does" -- so God made a Farmer.
Nick, would the tires from the Versatile tractor fit on the old Wagner tractor?
Now this is the place I'd love to work and live.
I sowed the protein pea a few hectares of land many years ago over 35 years ago with my father, a good yield and the sheep the pigs some goats and horses, they ate it very well and I gave it ground, and I had even cooked a few times done soup with pork and sausages, very good and tasty, Great Welker family
You got the good weather not like uk raining
your dads combines name is the same as my last name.
That was my first time watching a live stream. It was so cool watching you live.
FYI, with the LED beacons. They can be harder to see if you wear porised sunglasses during the day.
Hows it going. I am over in Cut Bank
Peas are getting close to harvest
It all happens fast, seems like you just finished planting
Hey Nick looking good today,officially another heat wave in Massachusetts.. always too hot for me
No machine sheds?
If i was living in 🇺🇸 I would come for the Versatile! This old iron is one mean tractor that needs to come a live again!
We are currently on your farm on Farming Simulator 2019!! Loving it. Hope all is well in Montana. Check out our streams every now and again. We Sum Cheeks Gaming. WsC kILLsH0T, WsC SeeMe, WsC BigLurch, WsC Optikz!! Take care Welker Family from Richmond, Virginia
Didn't get to watch the live stream until now.Nick did you guys know about the Big Bud 525/50 that was being sold at auction about five months ago in Ohio.Mike Less made a video of it on his channel didn't know if he mentioned it to you guys or not..The reason I asked was you said you wouldn't mind having more Big Buds.
My 4 favorite channels ...Welker, Millennial, Cornstar, and 10th generation dairymen.
I like Werner farms than Millennial and I like Oliver boy because once upon a time I ran Oliver tractors and plows. Even had a Oliver combine for a couple years. Times have changed a lot since those days. But like Cornstar and Welker
Make sure you take a large security deposit when renting your lake house, in case it gets trashed!!
Do you have any animals?
No farm livestock
As for sub numbers, keep in mind, when I subbed you guys were under 10k subs, so the channel has expanded massively.
Hey guys missed the livestream enjoyed watching it later. Thanks for all you do 👍
99% of the country is just fine....the democrat strongholds are a mess!!
LegArms is your baby brother.......Your baby brother is having a new baby!!
How is the cabin coming?
People are renting it
Guten abend. 👍
We do not get a break we have to irrgate where I farm row crop
What are you going to use to move the peas and the wheat around? I know you have the semis but Last Year you had the Auger
Might get another cart
Are you looking forward on buying a new tractor like a magnum or a quadtrac?
@Jon Kreiser 👍
@Robert Welker Not saying I don't want you to have new things, but I really enjoy seeing the old iron on your channel! But If you do end up with new things I'll still come and watch! Keep up the great work and effort you put into the videos and stay safe as you head into harvest!
New isn't in the card yet
I watched the video after airing. Are you guys going to use a grain cart this harvest season?
Always GREAT to see such old Farming equipment still in tip top condition. Where is Welker Farms situated, I used to work for Jackson Harvesting out of Armstrong Iowa in 2000 / 2001 great time of my life. I'm ready for the Harvest season all "geared up" with data... 🤠
@Robert Welker Thank you and best wishes for the coming harvest. i'm glued to my desk and waiting patiently...🤠
Northern montana near Shelby
Like the name of your dads combine it's my middle name.
Living in "nowhere" is often a blessing.
Subscriber 🙏 Plesse 😊
Great job Nick. You’re a very personable guy and enjoyable to watch! Keep on keepin’ on! Blessings to all the family!
What time is the harvest
I love harvest time!!! Means more train loads for me!!!
Welker Farms is great for the kids to watch.
Love your channel, Praying for a Great Harvest for you guy's, do you have a set crop rotation? the WD9 was the first tractor I drove, loved starting it on gas and switching it to diesel,
Trying wheat, pulse, wheat, fallow
Where is (Wagner) Grampa yellow big bud? We never see it an when are you fixing it up?
Legarms is good at a lot of things. But But. His wife needs a little credit. If he haze the baby 👶 make sure you get it on video ha ha
That would leave a mark!
All the farms here have a dedicated fire fighting unit.
Nick at southsask, might like the versatile, hes north of you ,great site, stay safe , friends.
are you farmers broke? you need donations?
We don't ask for donations. Some followers show their appreciation for the channel.
Not sure if you will read this First we love your channel, legarms is pretty cool, We like his thinking, nice guy. Food for thought guys, if you are looking for help during harvest there is a ton of full time Rv er’s who would love to come and help you guys, build a gravel pad with hookups and I bet you be amazed how many want to help. Myself I have farmed all my life, 20 years in Europe and 40 years in Canada, all grain in Canada. Before retiring I worked for my neighbor and drove the biggest Case IH combine with a 45ft Mc Don flex. header for many years. We live in Florida now but would love to come up to Montana for Harvest and help you guys out. By the way I lived in Manitoba where they build the Westfield augers and grain bins, good stuff. Be safe guys and congrats legarms(what is his real name lol)
Thanks for the appreciation. 👍
Legarms real name is Scott.
Any sunflowers grow near you
Gud luck from india