Massive NEW Storage going up at Welker Farms!

Jun 3, 2020
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First new flat bottom storage added to Welker Farms in 30+ years! We desperately needed more storage after several years of parking equipment outside in order to use the machinery sheds for grain. Even then we had two huge piles of gain on the ground. With some amazing opportunities, it was time to make this investment.
Thanks to AGI for supplying us with two 25,000 bushel Westeel bins as well as two 3,800 bushel smooth wall hopper bins! In just a few years we went from 3 hoppers to 9!
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Comments
  • Why does the concrete truck have so many more drop axles compared to the ones in California that only have the one rear drop axle.

    Chris DartingChris Darting2 months ago
  • I'm actually impressed by the genius design of these bin trailers! Someone had a bright moment back then and engineered them to make the life of the delivery drivers ridiculously easy... ;-)

    UncleManuelUncleManuel3 months ago
  • very cool way to unload

    Kent PowellKent Powell3 months ago
  • All that spinning crap is going to vibrate the cement to the top.

    Seán O'NilbudSeán O'Nilbud3 months ago
  • Think about the estates amount of money they have spent

    AaronK 07AaronK 074 months ago
  • Another Comment.

    KENtucky ProudKENtucky Proud4 months ago
  • a round tank is not a wind break , wind going around a round object almost doubles in speed . similar to an airplane wing . so setting them behind there is asking for trouble . better way to do it is leave them lie down and throw a strap over them and anchor them that way......your wet kit on the truck will work on any hydraulic equipment you have ,just need to adapt it to the fittings ,

    ken berscheitken berscheit4 months ago
  • Straya ---🌳--------------------------------------🚜------------------------------------------🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾🌾_______________🦘____________________________🌳_| Mate!~ cheers👍🐑🐄 couple booster on them silos and whalla launch time 🚀

    Mark ArnottMark Arnott4 months ago
  • They look like squat body SRB’s & you have some ET’s lying around you just need an STS; you know the Enterprise never made it into outer space lol KAOS not a problem as long as you’re in Control

    Gene MurphyGene Murphy4 months ago
  • I’m 11 years old I look up to u nick I’ve been waiting since 5 vid I take it a little harder on legarms

    Conman 13Conman 134 months ago
  • What a disappointment! Very poor fragmented video. Lot of mud views but ya Could have been very interesting and revealing but instead it Jumps around too much and doesn't show the points of interest of the lifting cycle standing up even one of the two tanks.

    bearasojrnrbearasojrnr4 months ago
  • You guys talk too much

    Paul RobbinsPaul Robbins4 months ago
  • Why pour a circle of concrete instead of a ring shaped foundation? Could save a load of concrete.

    Jimbo JamboJimbo Jambo4 months ago
    • Because they won’t be hopper bins, the concrete will be the floor for the bin but I can see what your saying

      Tom DaviesTom Davies4 months ago
  • How can u get thet welker farm inc cap

    Mikael strengenMikael strengen4 months ago
    • @Welker Farms can i find the case shirt to?

      Mikael strengenMikael strengen4 months ago
    • Go to welkerfarms.com and check out the merchandise page ☺ or go to the video description and check there.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms4 months ago
  • I had to look it up, I assumed they were out if Canada due to the drivers coveralls. They love those up there

    jeff drierjeff drier4 months ago
  • You guys need to find better translator for subtitles..

    NejKoNejKo4 months ago
  • How much storage do y'all have?

    MrBlueDevil93MrBlueDevil934 months ago
  • They look strong enough to move them with the front-end loader. Maybe too tall or heavy for Bob's Big Bud Bin Boom? Boo-ya!

    CuriousEarthManCuriousEarthMan5 months ago
  • Or you can move the bins with the bobs big bud bin boom or maybe not because of the height

    MommyminikitsuneMommyminikitsune5 months ago
  • holy cow you have you my cousin Jimmy on your channel, Awesome job on the pads

    KeiffNitRealKeiffNitReal5 months ago
  • Random question, but how many bushels do all of your guys' grain bins hold in total? Do you guys ever run out of space during harvest?

    bridqerbridqer5 months ago
  • I really love your music selection for your videos theyre awesome keep it up 👌

    Leon MetzgerLeon Metzger5 months ago
    • Thanks, will do!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms5 months ago
  • How much do those weigh ?? I wanna see how u move em w loader

    Dave StinsonDave Stinson5 months ago
  • Get a hydralic tail trailer for the old peterbilt

    Donald TayloeDonald Tayloe5 months ago
  • Damn that is some thick concrete I would hate to finish that

    Donald TayloeDonald Tayloe5 months ago
  • Great vlog, concrete placers are very skilled people. I remember a huge chickenshed floor being poured continous. i did try to deal with a shed floor myself, the driver had added quicklime to the load and it was a real mess. i'm not sur eway uou got the other bins without a pad to pace them. great video and good to hear more from leg arms........ brings back lots of farm memories Thanks T

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage5 months ago
  • I like how this was posted 6 days ago and I just got the notification that it was uploaded

    GRILLED RC’S :FROM TIKTOK:GRILLED RC’S :FROM TIKTOK:5 months ago
  • Nice almost that 400k good job on keeping them leg arms going

    Chad KChad K5 months ago
  • Hi there , Great vids , What yeild per acre are your average wheat yeild's and what price is wheat at the moment ? Thanks

    ryan priceryan price5 months ago
  • I’m surprised you didn’t install a floor auger

    Hugh PerkinsHugh Perkins5 months ago
  • I like how everything is set up in an orderly fashion. I don’t really care for haphazard..

    Phillip PetermanPhillip Peterman5 months ago
  • I thought that we were going to see a slump test

    Colin CostineColin Costine5 months ago
  • Oh the dad jokes! Love them, keep them up!!!!

    Marcus SensabaughMarcus Sensabaugh5 months ago
  • Congrats guys on the new bins and ty Westeel for helping support farmers. Its nice to see a company cut deals here and there to help us out from time to time.

    Nathan LivengoodNathan Livengood5 months ago
  • Whats the deal with the extra axle sticking out the back of the cement truck?

    Stephen VickeryStephen Vickery5 months ago
  • I’m Aussie that is not big of a load

    Ben HawkenBen Hawken5 months ago
  • I just noticed that the plates on the truck are from Saskatchewan

    Alan QuantzAlan Quantz5 months ago
  • It's clear to me, Leg Arms need more big toys!

    jw '46jw '465 months ago
  • Pretty low top on the bin pad. If you are putting a unload in it hoped it has a incline power head

    Robert QuastRobert Quast5 months ago
  • Those bins are huge!

    John LightfieldJohn Lightfield5 months ago
  • Yo

    iBelieveiBelieve5 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve5 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve5 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve5 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve5 months ago
  • my truck will hold 9.5 yards i wounder how much they haul in a rear discharge????

    Jeff KuipersJeff Kuipers5 months ago
  • i'm from wisconsin and i drive a redi-mix and the company is lycon inc and my truck is a front unloader and it make unloading concrete so much easier.

    Jeff KuipersJeff Kuipers5 months ago
  • What is the intro song? Does anybody know it?

    tierfuehrer2tierfuehrer25 months ago
  • what a knob the guy who thinks he is brill.

    BBBB5 months ago
  • Hope you find a endorser and Alongs your able to play mony mony (ride it like a pony) while scraped on to it haha

    Andrew DrysdaleAndrew Drysdale5 months ago
  • How heavy are the tanks, nice thanksBigAlCalifornia.

    Al KennedyAl Kennedy5 months ago
    • 100 tons of product

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • I’ve not seen two trailers pulled legally on the road , what state allows them, ??? Nice ,wow stands up tanks hydrological, thanks y’all BigAl California.

    Al KennedyAl Kennedy5 months ago
    • most states allow it, with a the proper permits... as long as you're not too long or oversize

      handymanstevehandymansteve5 months ago
  • Dang i wish i was still in hoodie weather. Im already in the 80-90 degree 90-100 humidity. Good ole Tennessee weather lol!!

    Zac BrownZac Brown5 months ago
  • First time viewer and yeah thats pretty cool, definitely subbing. I always thought they needed a crane or to build those bins in place.

    LokomandatheinsaneLokomandatheinsane5 months ago
    • Thank you for following us. Appreciate our followers. Blessings

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • DANG! Those Westeel smooth wall hoppers are HUGE! And we here at BeMa Farm are worried about tomato stakes n' cages. SWEET stuff!

    Mark J. Cady Jr.Mark J. Cady Jr.5 months ago
  • Nice looking fertilizer bins r they 70 ton bins

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin Christiansen5 months ago
    • 100 tons

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Great video Welkers

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin Christiansen5 months ago
  • Hi walker bros.. Curious as to what you call cement.. Here in the UK the setting agent is called cement, you add cement to sand to create mortar ( used to lay bricks blocks etc). Cement is added to ballast (mix of sand and stone) to create concrete. Do you call it all cement????

    Donald TriumphDonald Triumph5 months ago
    • Robert Welker Thanks for your response please I wasn’t criticising I was curious as to what you called it 👍🏻👍🏻

      Donald TriumphDonald Triumph5 months ago
    • We need to be more precise

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Doesn't take much time and you guys have to go underground with your crops... 😉 Thanx for the video!👍🏻

    Olaf SchmidtOlaf Schmidt5 months ago
  • A wet kit might be useful as hydraulic lifting equipment for really heavy duty stuff. The truck that we use to haul our shipping container full of tools from worksite to worksite has a heavy duty pump. In conjunction with the lifting end, we can lift 2 jacks at 200metric tons or 5 at 110ishmetric tons (separate jacks for separate applications). Mostly for when we have sinking houses. Pretty funny operation seeing a truck parked in a street almost no bigger than it, going nearly full scream distributing raw power to a beam structure. :)

    asertaaserta5 months ago
  • To be fair, most of the weight of a bin, is down low where the leg structure is. That being said, for future reference, if you set them off the ground at about 10% of the diameter, wind will blow under them and leave them be. Sure, i would still chain them, but doesn't need much more. All that jabble, aside, congratulations on getting two more bins/capacity on the farm. Great accomplishment.

    asertaaserta5 months ago
  • Massive? Where is the massive? Those are small bins, Baby bins, tiny bins, puny bin!

    Lonnie BurkettLonnie Burkett5 months ago
    • They are for fertilizer, 100 tons each

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • bonjour. j' aimerai savoir si ses des silos a grains ou a engrais.chez moi en france il y a un vendeur versatile.il s' apelle agri 33du sud de la france.entre toulouse et bordeaux, merci pour la video.pierre france

    Pierre LESTRADEPierre LESTRADE5 months ago
  • Fiber glass looking to me! Tapioca Pudding?

    Robert ReznikRobert Reznik5 months ago
  • That guy is awesome!! Lookin better every month now! Can't wait to see the sprayer nick is teasing everyone with...!

    Peter ColePeter Cole5 months ago
  • Great video guys good to see u takin things a bit easier u deserve it 👍 one small concern though 🤔 couldn't see top dog Coby anywhere 😲😂

    Bob PatersonBob Paterson5 months ago
  • Expensive project for sure! Thanks guys enjoyed the vid! #stoneyridgefarmer

    Stoney Ridge FarmerStoney Ridge Farmer5 months ago
  • The thing I love about hopper bottom bins is that you don’t have the shovel out the bottom of the bin with them lol. Pretty nice bins guys. Makes me want to go get the pad done for mine that we’ve been waiting to stand up.

    ih1206ih12065 months ago
  • I am from Oklahoma

    Farm king 24Farm king 245 months ago
  • Should have titled the video, "The day Optimus Prime showed up and Transformed the farm." That's a goooood look'n Western Star that delivered the hoppers!

    Pete PagePete Page5 months ago
    • The truck is a Peterbilt 579 not the Western Star 5700XE

      Andrew AchterhofAndrew Achterhof5 months ago
  • Is there anything us viewers can do to help, other than like, comment, and subscribe?

    Wil ZWil Z5 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Then I will continue to like, comment, and subscribe.

      Wil ZWil Z5 months ago
    • You are helping us with those items. Really appreciate your support of us. Blessings

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Tell those guys to fun cables around the bin pad and they won’t need all those braces. Saves a lot of time

    Michael JesticeMichael Jestice5 months ago
  • Generator you say ? Get Generac commercial !

    Mike DavisMike Davis5 months ago
  • That truck driver needs a step for getting on and off the rear of that tractor.

    J FOJ FO5 months ago
  • Very impressive!!

    James CullenJames Cullen5 months ago
  • I baught an electric cement mixer because I have a lot of fence to replace and I want to put the 4x4 in cement. The first time I ever used one. It is so cool and fun. Very quick to mix it. Amazing tool. I've been waiting for this video. Take care. Awesome farm.

    Michael BeldenMichael Belden5 months ago
  • Where’s bobs big bud bin boom at?!

    Chunky ChambersChunky Chambers5 months ago
    • Off the 435 bud right now

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Very cool! Don’t see many rear discharge trucks up here in the northeast. Most of our concrete trucks are front discharge. Fun seeing something new

    Chunky ChambersChunky Chambers5 months ago
  • Rear discharge cement truck. Haven't seen one of those in a long time.

    Kevin DavisKevin Davis5 months ago
    • Up here in VT SD Ireland only uses rear discharge trucks

      VT WHITE VANVT WHITE VAN5 months ago
  • What kind of drone do you use for these shots?

    Charles GarciaCharles Garcia5 months ago
    • Dji mav pro

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
    • I want to use drones and GIS apps for ag. Thanks!

      Charles GarciaCharles Garcia5 months ago
  • Great! Now we need a map update on FS19! 😂

    Heartland ModdingHeartland Modding5 months ago
  • I thought the plan was to have all the gain bins in a long row. Can you show us the 'master plan'. No dog or hand prints in the green concrete?

    shop shopshop shop5 months ago
    • Should have

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Hey guys, thank tou for all of the video's. In the video with as title it's a dogs tractor nick was rock picking. And then i was thinking why don't you guys buy or make a rock breaker. Since it's hard to get gravel in Montana maybe this will help at some places of the farm. Sorry for the quality of my grammar, I'm from the Netherlands and not that great with Dutch or English grammar.

    Kevin van BommelKevin van Bommel5 months ago
    • Welcone👍 Blessings to you3

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Nice bins!! Those big bins will definitely be nice to have!!! Thanks for the video boys!!

    Gosselin Farms Ed GosselinGosselin Farms Ed Gosselin5 months ago
  • God is good🙏🙏

    John WhiteJohn White5 months ago
  • C'mon Nick... You're used to standing around watching people (leg arms) work lol😂

    Jarrett FullertonJarrett Fullerton5 months ago
  • We steel,i can't unread it

    Frank JoostenFrank Joosten5 months ago
  • Really what you should do to be safe is see if you can get one of those trailers to come in and move the bin where you want them when you’re ready to

    Caden MoyerCaden Moyer5 months ago
  • Do Americans use different slump value? The guy said “5 slump” in the uk that’s more like 80 slump from what I saw.

    Operator. BeaglesOperator. Beagles5 months ago
    • Robert Welker ah yea I never thought of that! Thanks :)

      Operator. BeaglesOperator. Beagles5 months ago
    • Or millimeters

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
    • Might be inches vs centimeters

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • I run a mixer truck and it’s been years since I’ve seen a rear dump! They like the older equipment up there huh!

    Out Huntin OhioOut Huntin Ohio5 months ago
    • seems like all we have around kansas city is rear dumpers......... what else could they use?

      handymanstevehandymansteve5 months ago
  • Yes guy's trust the man with the beard (20000 hour beard) lol :-)

    Morgan SedgeMorgan Sedge5 months ago
  • Y'all just can't stand not to do any work

    MR. UNICORNMR. UNICORN5 months ago
  • the paint job on those bins is amazing!

    BrinkMEBrinkME5 months ago
  • are you going to buy fertilser when prices are low now? we usaly see prices rise when usage is high and low when no one needs the stuff on the field

    Wolphje WolphjeWolphje Wolphje5 months ago
    • Plan on it

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • I always feel weird hiring someone to do something that I know I can do(albeit taking more time), and then watching them work. Ya I'm paying them to do it for me, but I still feel like a bum by not helping.

    David SmithDavid Smith5 months ago
  • I work at a company that builds Hiab cranes on to trucks in the Netherlands and use what you call the wet kit for every truck. They are mostly activated by electric switch here not by a lever. The pumps we use deliver around 120 l per minute at 400 bar pressure for the big cranes. Cool stuff to work with but hydraulics can be very dangerous.

    Remco OosterhuisRemco Oosterhuis5 months ago
  • I really want to thank you for sharing your daily life with us! God Bless!!!

    Eric TraceEric Trace5 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • I love the Welker Farms map on Farming Simulator 19

    EVAN FERRARIEVAN FERRARI5 months ago
  • Congrats on the new bins. They look great! To possibly help settle an argument about who broke the bud, I was looking at a vid from I think back around the end of March when you guys were unloading one of the quonsut huts and had to pull all the grain trucks through the mud to get them back up on the road. There is a short snippet of the back end of the bud in there that clearly shows the bent drawbar back at that date. I'm guessing than that only the Shadow is going to know at this point.

    fortrastosfortrastos5 months ago
    • That was the 435 Bud

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker5 months ago
  • Two new bins for the bin village! Looking forward to the other two big bins to be erected

    Head on RobHead on Rob5 months ago
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