More Bins? Most Definitely!!

Aug 19, 2020
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Originally only planned on two, now we have 3! Had an opportunity to pick up a third bin very similar to the first two and decided it was a good time to build the storage we desperately needed. And to make things interesting we are doing it during harvest 🤦‍♂️ 😂 😁. So far loving these Westeel Bins!
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P.O. Box 771, Shelby, MT, 59474

  • Maybe this has been explained before so sorry if it has, but it there a reason that most western and Canadian wheat operations that I see in the wonderful world of the World Wide Web have individual bins that are smaller and filled by tractor and auger vs integrated bins with a grain leg like I’m used to out here in midwestern corn and soybean country?

    Nellson StoutNellson Stout2 days ago
  • Hey Nick how is your golf game, nice summertime activity🏌🏼‍♂️, PS I love the sound of that Jake👍🏼

    Jeff SimonarJeff Simonar19 days ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd Ferguson2 months ago
  • I see, you have some wild oats in your fields... (and your neighbor field also have them) Do you do anything against them or just leave them to be?

    SaunisSaunis2 months ago
  • Looks like it's bin a very productive week! ^_^

    UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • awesome!

    the pizza devilthe pizza devil2 months ago
  • Cool Comment

    offroaderdaysoffroaderdays2 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Why do the concrete lorries have so many wheels????

    Stephen VickeryStephen Vickery3 months ago
  • Welker Farms, "Gettin' 'r Done since 1912"

    Frankestein01nlFrankestein01nl3 months ago
  • Get it done Nick!! Even though its already happened.

    Zach ShannonZach Shannon3 months ago
  • Bins look good! To bad they don’t stay shiny forever!

    Ohio Farm LifeOhio Farm Life3 months ago
    • I know! It's such a shame!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • Aah the smell of a crop harvest 🌾🌾🌾& Diesel ___🚜___🌾🌾🌾___________🦘____🌄 Australia cheers👍 1970s was 16 when i seen the 1st Big cabin Combine arrive at the Farm(station) i worked at did Horseback work droving also shearing shed and repairs The went to big city and 25yrs working as a spring maker O|/\/\/\/\/\/\|o |/\/\/\/\/| \o/ make anything by hand or machine i watched story about the Aussie farmer 10 yrs designing the weed seed grinder that fits on back farm machinery Now he's busy as $ usa had to set up a c/o to keep up with demand an old school friend farmer started the No Til Soil in horsham vic oz went toured world wide for awhile teaching And the Honey flow hive lad in QLD some good idea's that where invented👍

    Mark ArnottMark Arnott3 months ago
  • So does anyone know what the woke leftist PPL rename their racist ice cream sandwich ? Formally known as Eskimo pie sandwich, crazy time's, actually insane time

    Rick NewmanRick Newman3 months ago
  • Hope they do not cave in like we saw in other parts of the country....

    ClayDogClayDog3 months ago
  • Around where I live we all have pits in our bins, why do you guys not use pits? Is it because of the grain vac?

    Wyatt PolingWyatt Poling3 months ago
    • Drive over conveyer

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Hey Nick I grew up on a farm I loved working on it and I enjoy your videos to hope your harvest is great this year

    Ghost SlayerGhost Slayer3 months ago
  • Looks like more bins for sure

    Mark McLeodMark McLeod3 months ago
  • VOTE Steve Daines.

    NW PioneerNW Pioneer3 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Hi Guys. Another great episode I really enjoyed. Keep going!

    Michael ThelenMichael Thelen3 months ago
  • Leg-Arms with the ice cream sandwich perfect!

    Glenn GaulGlenn Gaul3 months ago
  • Does leg arms have a patent for that light? We seriously could use a couple of them.

    Orrin Kuntz Farming VideosOrrin Kuntz Farming Videos3 months ago
  • Where is the magnum 8950?

    Tobias SchildersTobias Schilders3 months ago
    • 8940 was sold two years ago

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Love the videos keep it up

    Mark ThomsonMark Thomson3 months ago
  • What are the radio do you guys use

    Storm HunterStorm Hunter3 months ago
    • Motorola cm200

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • We have four combines the first one skips 7 swaths and so on it works perfect

    Captian PriceCaptian Price3 months ago
  • Just curious. We have seen a bunch of times that the outdoor storage area for equipment gets overrun with grass. There is shale available for replacing the topsoil under the storage yard. Why not move that topsoil to a garden or poor spot in a field and make the storage yard mostly free of weeds with shale?

    CheopisCheopis3 months ago
    • Most of the storage area is grass but we moved some equipment away from the bin construction area

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • nice

    Furqan GujjarFurqan Gujjar3 months ago
  • Thanks and best of luck with the harvest !

    DAN SLEDGEDAN SLEDGE3 months ago
  • Beautiful

    Levi HoferLevi Hofer3 months ago
  • Strange to see you cutting so late. Here in southern Illinois when the sun goes down the dew settles almost immediately and we go home. You get a lot more hours to cut in your area. Great video!

    Harlan PayneHarlan Payne3 months ago
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    Ronald SchmidtRonald Schmidt3 months ago
  • Epic drone shots as always!

    96lapiscoupe196lapiscoupe13 months ago
  • Good luck guys hopefully you don’t have any kick ups in the coming weeks, i live in the big sandy area and a lot of people’s equipment are going up in flames.

    Severin HeimbignerSeverin Heimbigner3 months ago
    • Tough to see and experience

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • With all that storage you guys aren't going to know what to do with yourselves. Lol! I applied for a job designing grain bins once. I guess my experience with small round pipes didn't qualify me for a job making big stainless cylinders. I did do some sheet metal work, but in the end I just love designing small round bits of pipe I guess. Lol!

    James RoundingJames Rounding3 months ago
  • All of y’all are awesome great videos

    Anthony BoleyAnthony Boley3 months ago
  • ya kno... have you ever seen CHAD doin chin ups in the barn rafters or wherever... nickname... kinda harsh tho just cus of what some may think... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. hanging chad... not by a rope you idiots!~!!

    Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
  • Been there and done that. Cut till 3 am to beat the rain.

    bruce campbellbruce campbell3 months ago
  • Good job Nick and Scott 👍👍

    stumpy2816stumpy28163 months ago
  • Boa tarde companheiros da agricultura fala brasil

    Isaele Pontes De Oliveira Pontes De OliveiraIsaele Pontes De Oliveira Pontes De Oliveira3 months ago
  • Please correct your title overlay to the correct spelling: "Heroes" :)

    JayJay3 months ago
  • Nice work now is 3 weeks i got +30c In Latvija and we harvesting like crazy

    MG LVMG LV3 months ago
  • 3:00 we do that with 5 combines there is a lot of math sometimes...combining is very confusing sometimes😂

    carson wilsoncarson wilson3 months ago
  • Get it done Nick

    oldschoololdschool3 months ago
  • JCB cap 👍🇬🇧 nice one leg arms

    Tim GriffinTim Griffin3 months ago
  • What supplies power to the rolling bar which is being used to level the concrete?

    michael goodsonmichael goodson3 months ago
    • 40 v battery

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Checkout Clarke farms guys it’s a awesome channel

    Big dog 1 BBig dog 1 B3 months ago

    dallek Extdallek Ext3 months ago
  • Pull that ground wire off and increase your yield :)

    LarryLarry3 months ago
  • Nick, here's a pat on your Pampers.

    wbball15wbball153 months ago
  • Didn't know you had mountains visible from Shelby. Awesome.

    wbball15wbball153 months ago
    • 25 miles away. Sweetness Hills. 7000 ft high

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • 1:34 I don’t like the color of your harvester . I like the millennial farmer’s harvesters better

    Brendan FrazineBrendan Frazine3 months ago
  • I think Legarms needs a vacation after that video. That boy works way too hard. Come on Nick start pulling your weight on the farm!

    NDSportsman NDSportsmanNDSportsman NDSportsman3 months ago
  • The engine doesn’t suck up the fuel, fuel pump has to lift and pressurize fuel from tank.

    7mm7mm3 months ago
    • @Welker Farms I farm,but think you do a good job explaining to non farmers.They can always ask questions.

      Lyn WesselLyn Wessel3 months ago
    • Haha if only everyone realized this too Lyn. We have a broad audience so we need to make sure to explain items as well as we can.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
    • Pretty sure he knows that ,just keeping it simple for those who don't.

      Lyn WesselLyn Wessel3 months ago
  • Cab peas! The MFer would be proud Also don't worry about the combine, one the engine is running it won't have a problem drawing fuel in on its own. It won't hurt it

    Evan WrightEvan Wright3 months ago
  • Pat on the back? Nick your getting spoiled with all the tech.

    Gary KelleyGary Kelley3 months ago
  • Always good when harvest comes in.

    John LokenJohn Loken3 months ago
  • I love that Jake Brake woooo00OO!!!

    SamuelSamuel3 months ago
  • Get er done Nick!!

    Guy CSGuy CS3 months ago
  • i know of some diesels dont need the pump and they just add one to prime faster , usually stuff that runs on biofuel they replace filters a lot

    watahyahknowwatahyahknow3 months ago
  • Enjoyed your " concrete " episode. Did likewise when I was farming.

    Brian GabrielBrian Gabriel3 months ago
  • stop skiting! Things go wrong....... Be honest!!!!!!

    Michael ClaytonMichael Clayton3 months ago
  • When that close couldnt you kick the unload auger on real quick so some goes into that so u dont spill

    tractorboy31tractorboy313 months ago
  • Man, I watch this and cannot feel for the farmers in NE, IA, IL and OH that received Billions in damages to their crops and a huge amount of Silos getting blown over. Cole the Corn Star and Ryan from How Farms Work got hit. Mother nature can be so brutal.

    Robert G.Robert G.3 months ago
  • Why can’t you unload peas while combining?

    John WoodJohn Wood3 months ago
  • OMG - I wanna see a video of you guys Golfing!!!!

    Andy BergerAndy Berger3 months ago
    • Check out last year's 4th of July video

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Make a time lapse of all the bins being built

    Night RyderNight Ryder3 months ago
  • Great vid. From central Saskatchewan Canada Everything looks very familiar, Were in middle of harvest as well

    RotorRotor3 months ago
  • Thks for the video - like the slo-mo shots

    Tom NTom N3 months ago
  • The injection pump is probably about worn out from having to do all the work. Might want to change it out before it explodes and ruins the rail, lines and injectors

    Simeon Luke WitmerSimeon Luke Witmer3 months ago
  • like like like 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 like and thanks men more more

    Griris KamelGriris Kamel3 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Happens to best of us Nick 👍

    James eagleeye65James eagleeye653 months ago
  • Did they bought a new auger? If yes in which video did they Show it?

    Timmy1721Timmy17213 months ago
    • The one before

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Hi im italy, you can video of you tractor plsss???

    Pari 2309Pari 23093 months ago
    • @Lyn Wessel se ho capito bene ce già un video?? Vero ??

      Pari 2309Pari 23093 months ago
    • Click on their round picture above.Lots of tractors on their video list.

      Lyn WesselLyn Wessel3 months ago
  • I. Shard it hhhhheeeeehhhee

    Randy TrahanRandy Trahan3 months ago
  • 3:58 and that's why you need an chaiser bin

    Jake SinclairJake Sinclair3 months ago
  • getter done nick

    Cullen PodolanCullen Podolan3 months ago
  • Good work Nick and Legarms keep up the great videos and stay safe doing what you doing

    Matthew JacksonMatthew Jackson3 months ago
  • How many yards was it

    Luke StevensLuke Stevens3 months ago
    • That's a lot

      Luke StevensLuke Stevens3 months ago
    • 26 yes per bin

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Guten Tag. 👍 👌 😎

    Eger ViktorEger Viktor3 months ago
  • I quit my job because of, *p a i d t o b e h o m e .c o m*

    Rahel ElizabethRahel Elizabeth3 months ago
  • Great Vlog, the Harvest is well underway and the big bin is being built Thanks Guys

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage3 months ago
  • Isn't that that hill where u struggled on to get up it last year?

    Frederik HerbotsFrederik Herbots3 months ago
    • Might have been

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Congratulations fellas. Im proud of my american farmers. God bless.

    Jordan BehlenJordan Behlen3 months ago
  • Do you own your combine harvester or hire

    Jacob smithJacob smith3 months ago
    • Cool you choose a good sort

      Jacob smithJacob smith3 months ago
    • Own and operated by us

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Do you have a graincart running?

    Dries JanssenDries Janssen3 months ago
    • Do now

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Nice jcb hat 🇬🇧

    Peter HallPeter Hall3 months ago
  • 11:33 Uh-oh! "Nick! What are you doing with the truck on the field???" "Huh? I'm driving the truck???" 😉👍🏻

    Olaf SchmidtOlaf Schmidt3 months ago
  • thank you for feeding us

    TheGhostHAGTheGhostHAG3 months ago
  • Should have put plastic down guys . It not expensive. And makes a better job

    Mitchell LyonsMitchell Lyons3 months ago
  • Beautiful bins and equipment

    Michigan recreational grow 420Michigan recreational grow 4203 months ago
  • I wish I can I visit you guys your awesome

    Ben PenberthyBen Penberthy3 months ago
    • Your videos are so good I do farming to so god bless to you guys your good guys

      Ben PenberthyBen Penberthy3 months ago
  • How many acres do you guys have.

    Jeffery ThomasJeffery Thomas3 months ago
    • 10k

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • V Good

    Vishal ChauhanVishal Chauhan3 months ago
  • Enlighten of Goodyear’s anti Blue Lives Matter , ,, are the Titan/Goodyear tires coming off of the Beastbine?

    Harvey BauerHarvey Bauer3 months ago
    • Goodyear farm tires, owned by TITAN, is not the car, truck Corp. GOODYEAR sold the farm tires division to TITAN in 2003

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Weller Farms Inc So in this thumbnail the bins all look the same but your FB pic the last one that got built looks one ring taller what's up with that??

    Acer AcresAcer Acres3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker cool thanks you must be happy to have these new bins

      Acer AcresAcer Acres3 months ago
    • Third was still being election

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • With all the acreage you guys combined why don't you guys have green grain carts

    Kevin TannerKevin Tanner3 months ago
    • That's good. We do about 1100: acres of corn and they are a big Time saver!!!

      Kevin TannerKevin Tanner3 months ago
    • Coming

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Are ya done Nick?!

    Leon van der WeideLeon van der Weide3 months ago
  • You have already filled up one of the new bins - that is a lot of beans, which means lots of combine fulls to fill. And lots of work from you. Good luck in playing the market. Now I appreciate your lightning intro as we are having a lot of lightning fires out here in No. Cal. It isn't typical for us to get storms in the summer when things are dry, but an unusual weather event brought a lightning storm thru a lot of CA with over 10,000 lightning strikes, and that stated over 350 fires across the state, which no one was ready for and little containment as of five days later. I pray for your protection during the coming thunderstorms.

    David HenschelDavid Henschel3 months ago
  • When are you going to start to use that new grain cart would save some time running back and forth to unload in the truck

    Cory HeilCory Heil3 months ago
    • Coming

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago