Ripping Through Acres & Grain Bags...Oops!

Sep 3, 2020
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We've been asked a number of times why we are bagging grain when we just built new storage. Answer is that new storage isn't even enough to hold this year's crop. Last year we had 50,000 bushels on the ground and another 50,000 in our equipment cold storage. This year we have 75,000 bushels in new grain bins which means another 30,000 - 50,000 needs to go somewhere. This is why we are working with Loftness to make more storage.
Welker Farms has been short on grain storage for a number of years now but 2020 is the year we fix that!
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  • We've been asked a number of times why we are bagging grain when we just built new storage. Answer is that new storage isn't even enough to hold this year's crop. Last year we had 50,000 bushels on the ground and another 50,000 in our equipment cold storage. This year we have 75,000 bushels in new grain bins which means another 30,000 - 50,000 needs to go somewhere. This is why we are working with Loftness to make more storage. Welker Farms has been short on grain storage for a number of years now but 2020 is the year we fix that!

    Welker FarmsWelker Farms2 months ago
    • hey... Does LOFTYNESS err LOFTNESS offer an attachment on the BAGGERS to run a SHOPVAC (type vaccume) OFF THE PTO DRIVE ....make it an option to attach on EITHER THE BAGGER OR THE DEBAGGER machine?????????????? if they do NOT... I SURE COULD USE sume INVENTERS IDEA MAN SLUSH FUND $$$$ if it's an idea they implement and it is a HIT!!! and EVERYONE WANTS ONE!!!! ???? !!! :)

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael2 months ago
    • That answers my question. thank you. What are you going to do with the empty bags?

      Frenchie FrenchFrenchie French2 months ago
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      Sander de vriesSander de vries2 months ago
    • @Daniel Johnston that's what I thought the 1 of the proceedyre for ''fixing a split'' was... something like: ''seal it as an ''end'' and start another tube with what's left....'' but.... if it's system is ''ONE BAG AT A TIME START TO FUNISH'' and not just ''a big bunch of bag material you can adjust your sizes with'' .....did that make sense??? prolly only in my head....

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael2 months ago
    • Just a thought, but maybe just splitting that ripped bag and vacing some out to reseal it might work much better in the long run.

      Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston2 months ago
  • Let’s get some Canola

    Cole SchindewolfCole Schindewolf3 days ago
  • I grew up on a farm and i now live in a suburb of cincinnati ohio. I run a ministry to the needy at Landmark Church Cinti.I am a Christian and appreciate you mentioning Jesus! I especially enjoy watching the harvesting videos. Your videography is excellent as well as your content.I would love to drive a combine someday! I really miss the farm life.God bless you and your family and always keep Jesus first!

    Ron KirbyRon Kirby10 days ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • thank you for keeping us fed during the worst of times. We as Americans appreciate our farmers. We will fight for your success.

    Gray jGray jMonth ago
  • I remember the first time I was filling the truck with the new quad and cart....finally getting caught up on your videos

    Its DustyIts DustyMonth ago
  • Love your work!

    The New Relax Zen Music Video ChannelThe New Relax Zen Music Video ChannelMonth ago
  • How do you empty those bags? Maybe an explanatory video would help...

    Denis HaywardDenis HaywardMonth ago
  • 12:26 do you guys know stone burriers? Those are pretty great to get rid of most of the weed including the seeds since they will mostly be burried too deep to come back. So the next plant can use the nutrients stored in those seeds. 😙🎶 You can also run through the areas where you pick up all those stones to get rid of them :)

    Ruben KelevraRuben Kelevra2 months ago
  • You guys could really use a rock rake, used ours for 2 yrs. and it's been parked for 5.

    Can't B youCan't B you2 months ago
  • F Things have sure changed We were required to work on farms starting at age 8 Most of what we did was by hand. You would come home with cuts from rhubarb knives stung from one end to the other. Hands and arms full of thorns fingers smash by conveyers etc. my brothers looked like prize fighters by age 13. These guys look like old college boys home on spring vacation. Although in there defense we didn’t get near as much done and did put in as many hours Luca

    Makayla BurlingameMakayla Burlingame2 months ago
  • Does that grain cart have a unloading auger camera? If not, they should ... kinda like the camera they have on SP Forage Harvester spouts

    thr8061thr80612 months ago
  • great

    the pizza devilthe pizza devil2 months ago
  • I think you put so much weight in the cart it pushed the back end of the bagger into the ground causing it to rip. But that's my opinion

    cntsles fabricationcntsles fabrication2 months ago
  • My experience with bagging you had to much brake pressure or soft ground changes your settings it bunches back under the rope and rips on the deflectors thumbs up keep on rolling

    On The Edge with RegOn The Edge with Reg2 months ago
  • Just curious what is the tank on the side of the grain cart for?

    Spork- EySpork- Ey2 months ago
  • i bet you get 36 per

    DAD OF TWODAD OF TWO2 months ago
  • 🚜🚜🚜my dad has a 60's Fordson Dexta. He'd LOVE to be using it on your bagger. He absolutely loves hay time. He waits all year to spend hours 'scaling', then putting the old International baler on. Takes a while, but that's all the better for him 🚜♥️🚜♥️🚜. Rich (UK)🥰🥰🥰

    richardj ellisrichardj ellis2 months ago
  • 🤣🤣🤣 ANOTHER ISOLATION SWITCH NEEDED 🤣🤣🤣. May as well just BUY A BOX OF THEM🙄.😂. Rich (UK).

    richardj ellisrichardj ellis2 months ago
  • Hi lads. Question 🤔... Will it not, in time, ruin the clutch on the tractor when you're releasing it at 1800rpm to move forward whilst emptying the trailer.? Surely it can't be great for it. You would have thought by now that they could have 2 different rpm's running at the same time. It would be good for muck spreading, amongst other things. Love ya's orl. Rich (UK). 🥰

    richardj ellisrichardj ellis2 months ago
  • When I was about 3yrs old, my grandad got his tie caught up on a pto shaft😭. He was dressed up cos he'd been to the bank, but, on his return, found my dad and uncle struggling with the shaft on a notorious muck spreader. NOTE... This was around 1976. Long before HEALTH AND SAFETY was invented 🤔🤣. He went in to help, obviously forgetting about the smart shirt and tie, and it somehow got attached to the shaft, at the universal joint, and it pulled him down that hard that he spent 12wks in hospital and another few months at home, in bed, with a fractured and open skull(🧠🤮) Luckily, the tie undid itself and wrapped itself around the shaft, leaving my pop's in the yard, with his skull split in two places, where the chunk in the middle came out and landed in his shirt top pocket (which HE thought was hilarious, afterwards that is🙄), leaving his brain actually showing, and blood everywhere. Luckily, my dad and 2 of the 4 brothers were there to get him to A&E. PTO's are dangerous. But, he always told that story to us kids(who were about 10yrs old and horrified🥺), with the chunk as his 'punch line'. Odd sense of humour my pop's🤔. The 'actual' funny thing, was that he was gutted that he had to go and buy a new shirt and tie(farmers, eh.!)🙄🤣. Keep warning folks of the dangers on the farm. Some farmers just need reminding once in a while 🤠. Keep the vids coming. Love it♥️.!!!. Rich (UK). 🥰🥰

    richardj ellisrichardj ellis2 months ago
  • Thank you Welker's for sharing a part of what you do for a living and your love for the Lord (one of the main reasons I like to watch)!

    John PutneyJohn Putney2 months ago
  • Your hydraulic hoses are laying across the PTO shaft. I am not sure if that stops the shield from turning but how hard would be to raise the hoses.

    John DavidsonJohn Davidson2 months ago
  • Where’d you get the cowfartt t shirt

    Mitch JohnsonMitch Johnson2 months ago
  • The cart will hit the combine first,and the end of the auger you adjusted, especially folded in, quit wear and tear on the auger and just leave it open😁

    slo motionslo motion2 months ago
  • Oughta get some solar battery chargers/maintainers for the tractors that sit outside all the time.

    Chaun McGuireChaun McGuire2 months ago
  • Does anyone else hate those little red heart replies????

    Ron SRon S2 months ago
    • I sure do!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms2 months ago
  • Check out Mark Brock video on planting canola. His first time planting it and he loves it. Big yields...His top dry bin is also impressive..

    Ron SRon S2 months ago
  • I thought you had lsw’s on both combines?

    Jesse StoltzfusJesse Stoltzfus2 months ago
  • Don’t the grain bags compact the field underneath it? How does that work?

    Barbara StedillieBarbara Stedillie2 months ago
  • Thought of you and your bag adventures usworlds.info/slow/video/nWdkjoPZn4J4iYs

    Marion PattersonMarion Patterson2 months ago
  • Careful now, you're spilling..

    Trent BadonTrent Badon2 months ago
  • You guys should definitely plant some canola

    Iceman IcemanIceman Iceman2 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve2 months ago
  • Hey nick and leg arms I am going to see u guys on your farm sometime and help u guys

    Koby GrimsrudKoby Grimsrud2 months ago
  • Boy I'll tell you what... Michael Bay ain't got nothing on you! Your cinematography, editing, and sound is Hollywood quality. Yes. I said cinematography not videography... I don't know what all you tweaked (if any) in editing in your "sunset drone sequence" but it's better than Bay's Transformers/Armageddon/ Pearl Harbor/ect/ect/ect... GREAT JOB!!!

    Pete PagePete Page2 months ago
  • Modiservices do an excellent job on the editing. Just want to acknowledge the time and effort to respond to most ALL the questions contained in the comments - Subscribers are very well served. Thanks.

    Bill BloggsBill Bloggs2 months ago
  • Pull the bag from the inside folds so it doesnt rip.

    Stephen MStephen M2 months ago
  • That some good news for yu'all more grain.....How do you get the grain out of the bags when it comes time ??? Thanks you very much...!

    steve shoemakersteve shoemaker2 months ago
  • Being as y'all don't bale straw from your wheat. Why not make the switch to a Shelborne or other manufacturers stripper head to keep from breaking header parts close to the ground?

    Dylan CampbellDylan Campbell2 months ago
  • nice

    Sid LadSid Lad2 months ago
  • Canola (OSR in the UK) is an excellent break crop for many reasons. An advantage for you guys (I think) would be that it would / could help your weed control significantly. Then you get a cracking wheat crop after canola.

    Ben PattinsonBen Pattinson2 months ago
  • If you struggle to grow wheat with what rain you get id stay away from something like canola.

    Lachlan KunothLachlan Kunoth2 months ago
  • Idea for the bagger; put a monitor in the Deere & a couple GoPros on the bagger on those corners to "keep watch" on the sides.......

    MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.2 months ago
  • That really turns a man on 😂😂😂

    Gage KauzlarichGage Kauzlarich2 months ago
  • Are you guys buying that track tractor and grain cart

    Tod PinkertonTod Pinkerton2 months ago
  • If you put some thick tape either side of the rip, it stops it continuing to rip down the bag

    noah taskernoah tasker2 months ago
  • www.nifc.gov/fireInfo/nfn.htm

    CurrentChoicesCurrentChoices2 months ago
  • That Quad-Trac and the grain cart is a massive unit, wow. And the unload volume/speed, my goodness. It would be cool to see the acceleration with a full cart from a stop unedited or sped up with a camera on the speed and engine rpm.

    Colin BrownColin Brown2 months ago
  • Put roundup ready canola in your rotation and get rid of those weeds.

    WiserguyWiserguy2 months ago
  • I think that bag was a bad idea

    Jim MortonJim Morton2 months ago
  • Hey Guy's , how Many acres do you combine? Great work!

    iTz GwN ThomasiTz GwN Thomas2 months ago
  • Great video 💪💪 really nice seein Bob stop the combine at the busiest time of the year to pick up Top Dog 👍👍

    Bob PatersonBob Paterson2 months ago
  • How much is a Bishel

    John BrettJohn Brett2 months ago
  • Canola is great! It also looks really pretty when it flowers!

    TheEpicDragonCatTheEpicDragonCat2 months ago
  • I wonder if canola can act like a subsoiler? The tap root that is? Never grew it and its not in my area.

    W LewisW Lewis2 months ago
  • GROW CANOLA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    FARMER SKIPFARMER SKIP2 months ago
  • Iowa is responding to you !! Please look at this page on Facebook ! Iowa Derecho Storm Resource Page.

    Diana JeanDiana Jean2 months ago
  • Dad is still getting it done !

    Eddie Morton Tap ManEddie Morton Tap Man2 months ago
  • Gotta appreciate Walkers putting some extra effort for recording in 1440p. Now,this feels like 2020 to me.

    andban92andban922 months ago
  • so years after years you rent the combien for harvest ? and grain storage dont tell you hold storage is full ? i dont see in your new videos harvest 2020 you dont put nothing in your hold storage so we just have your news storage full so solution put in your hold storage and we are good no ??

    Évo LutionÉvo Lution2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker hello yes i know thats but is the case IH track tracteur with grain car in the back is less or own tractor cause last years we have same but is not the same grain car

      Évo LutionÉvo Lution2 months ago
    • No, we own the combines. They have stretch marks to guage the fullness

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Why is that canola not swathed yet

    Sidney LutzSidney Lutz2 months ago
  • Our 9120 almost burnt itself to the ground from a failed elevator belt. Pretty scary stuff when it gets dry

    Sidney LutzSidney Lutz2 months ago
  • we farm a lot of canola up here in Saskatchewan Canada and the yields are amazing and the price per bushel is around 12-15 dollars per and we normally see 50-60 bushel crop yields but the input costs are high like the cost of seed and we often are spraying fields 3 times to keep weed pressure down. That said its still worth we call it black gold!!!! Great rotational crop for cereals try it you will get hooked on the black gold.

    Amanda KennedyAmanda Kennedy2 months ago
  • 220,000 lbs? That’s like 4000 bushels

    Nathan WrightNathan Wright2 months ago
    • Yeah I meant to say total weight of grain, cart, and tractor! Went through my mind right but not out my mouth, oops.

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms2 months ago
  • Check out the bigtractorpower channel today. He just uploaded the video of the Big Bud 747 in Clarion Iowa getting its new tires and driving around the town. The Welkers can be seen in the video.

    S PowersS Powers2 months ago
  • Love the videos guys keep them rolling. BTW your 747 tire video is on big tractor power channel.

    Jerry SamplesJerry Samples2 months ago
  • Ive always been a believer in closing the auger on the graincart everytime. I know you lose a little grain by doing that, but that beats the wear and tear it will take running up and down the field, or worse, it gets clipped on something, like a utility pole or tree,lol. I also close the unload auger on the combine every time as well. I know some guys leave them out, and I use to leave mine out as well some, but I feel its safer to just shut it.

    Somers FarmSomers Farm2 months ago
  • PTO IS VERY DEADLY MY PAPAW LOST HIS BEST FRIEND THAT WAY LONG SLEVE FLANNEL CAUGHT THE PTO YOU GUYS MAKE ME STRESS LEAVING TRACTORS RUNNING AND IN BAD SPOTS JUST TO LET U KNOW THE PTO THAT DAY WAS ENGAGED ON ITS OWN IF THE TRACTOR WAS NOT RUNNING IT WOULDNT HAVE HAPPEND I UNDERSTAND IT TAKES TIME BUT ITS MORE IMOPORTANT U GO HOME THAT NIGHT BE SAFE CUT THEM MACHINES OFF BEFORE U WORK ON THE PERIOD . WELKER FARMS U ARE MY FARMERS CHANNEL

    Nick FaustNick Faust2 months ago
  • Toughest work especially when you have to eat that dust, oh that’s right you have air conditioning!

    gary ropergary roper2 months ago
  • Has the dog ever caught a rabbit?

    zacnelizacneli2 months ago
    • Not these jack rabbits

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • How do you empty the grain bag? I can understand the need for temporary storage, but a grain bag?

    Jim NewellJim Newell2 months ago
    • With a special unloader

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • What is that cart worth when full?

    Anderson 204Anderson 2042 months ago
    • At $5 wheat $10,000

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Tony my start mimicking you too. You guys are very entertaining. Especially like your dad. He molded you boys and the farm to what it is today.

    Tom FaesslerTom Faessler2 months ago
    • Maybe he just molded 😅

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Grain bags are definitely a love hate relationship One minute your marvelling at 100s of thousands of bushels of cheap storage laying in your feild The next its all the profanities as it splits or jams or the old crap tractor everyone uses on the bagged gives up All the fun At least your going into your winter Theres plenty of stoies of bags sitting in the Aussie sun and splitting the full length from over heating and a small hole tears the full way Hate useing them but love them at the same time

    fowletm1992fowletm19922 months ago
  • Remember when this wasn’t a sponsor based channel and they used to live stream every day and night.

    Eric RischEric Risch2 months ago
  • Enjoyed today's program. Love the rabbit chasing dog !

    Ronald SchmidtRonald Schmidt2 months ago
  • Nick...How many acres in total does Welker farm & harvest each year? Just curious. Thx

    Bob HBob H2 months ago
    • 10,000

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Everybody has their way of doing things guys, you have to do what you have to do. Its understandable to me guys. Its sad but it all comes down to storage and having a place to store everything.

    Alan StantAlan Stant2 months ago
  • His neighbors watching 👁👄👁 21:59

    KDKD2 months ago
  • Quads are awesome

    wbball15wbball152 months ago
  • How often do you have blow dust out of the combines? Don't flame I was a dairy farmer no cash crop

    Justin DionneJustin Dionne2 months ago
    • We blow at least every other day

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • That will burn a clutch early on, idont know about case, but ferguson can run clutch on the brake pedal

    FarmnorwayFarmnorway2 months ago
  • Mustard makes a good crop to grow

    Lyle FjeldstromLyle Fjeldstrom2 months ago
  • How long does it take to fill the hopper on the combine with wheat. I assume it would be longer than it does for peas beings the size of the crop

    Teddy CrenshawTeddy Crenshaw2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker wow. Faster than I thought

      Teddy CrenshawTeddy Crenshaw2 months ago
    • Depends on yield. 20 to 30 min

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Your drone footage is beyond awesome my friend!!! Continued good luck with the 2020 crop and yall be safe! South Mississippi is waving at yall!!

    Steve DavisSteve Davis2 months ago
  • We had a loftness bagger for a few years and we always kept the hopper full no problem. Good luck on the rest of your harvest!!💪 God bless! Coming from southwest Saskatchewan

    Jake PetersJake Peters2 months ago
  • Are the cross augers not spinning ( in the header) at 2:24 or is it just a shutter speed trick?

    Braden MillerBraden Miller2 months ago
    • We disconnected them while cutting wheat

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Would not I’ll yield better because if the less moisture lost?

    Zeus MacafeeZeus Macafee2 months ago
    • Just need more water from the skies

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Nick, life is great . . . and even better when you share the best parts with others. Welker Farms videos are the best way to travel. Thanks for the fun, thanks for your time.

    Steven McculloughSteven Mccullough2 months ago
  • 😥

    Dioni ParedesDioni Paredes2 months ago
  • All the good cart operators fold every time that’s a lot of weight to be bouncing

    Ryan RookstoolRyan Rookstool2 months ago
  • Tubing and filling semi is an art that needs a little more practice..... ! saw that slight over fill, did not look like much though Nic. Bad luck with the bagger.

    P SeggonsP Seggons2 months ago
  • yes to osr crop osr is canola is au and uk

    Paul MuirPaul Muir2 months ago
  • You should try a little test crop of canola

    Chris CassChris Cass2 months ago
  • With yours and your neighbours fields together like that how do you know where yours ends and theirs starts

    Mark WalkerMark Walker2 months ago
    • If you don't have a angry pickup headed to you 😅. Finally know the edges after 50 years 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Heads up, Big Bud 747 is heading home. Went through Sturgis, SD yesterday at about 5:30pm

    David WeeldreyerDavid Weeldreyer2 months ago
    • We were there last week when they loaded the 747 on the trailer. Was at the cancelled farm show at Boone Iowa.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Is it correct that you don’t need class 9 combines due to the lower yields you face? No need for the HP?

    Davin CrookDavin Crook2 months ago
    • Yes. 9's need heavier crops to justify the HP

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 6:04 thats one epic shot, guys i really love your work, wish i could be an American farmer!!

    Aron TimmermanAron Timmerman2 months ago
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    Kurt SchreiberKurt Schreiber2 months ago
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