The End of Wheat Harvest!

Sep 23, 2020
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Wrapping up the wheat! The majority of our harvest is wheat so when finished the end of harvest is near. Garbanzo beans are next!
P.O. Box 771, Shelby, MT, 59474

  • 20 bushel acre, how many kg in a hectare?

    Massimo PecileMassimo Pecile7 days ago
  • how many acres do you have?

    Xavier GrahamXavier Graham12 days ago
  • not as clean as uk wheat what is a bushel in the uk we use how many tonnes you get per acre to measure it and tonnes aswell when in the grain store

    Ampl1fyAmpl1fy26 days ago
  • Hi guys I farm in the UK 🇬🇧 my daughter is studying agriculture at Reading university, do guys ever take on British for work experience, as would love to send my daughter out to someone like you guys, I am actually rather jealous of the cool machinery you drive, maybe I could have a go too?!!! But certainly my daughter, it would do her a power of good?! Kind regards, Andrew.

    andrew stubbingsandrew stubbingsMonth ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • Wasted opportunities for Trump flag =(

    LandSlideLandSlideMonth ago
  • 7:48 that scared the piss out of me🤣😂

    Alex HernandezAlex HernandezMonth ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieveMonth ago
  • So glad your video came up in a suggestion love the content and videos what camera are you using. With love from the uk 🇬🇧

    Maximus Jones Imaging And TravelMaximus Jones Imaging And TravelMonth ago
  • Hi Guys, great to see that harvest this year got wrapped up. Keep going!

    Michael ThelenMichael ThelenMonth ago
  • My dog did the same thing when I was planting except it was liquid manure. She couldn’t figure out why I wouldn’t let her back in the tractor.No offense to anyone else but Colby is the real reason I watch the videos.

    Nick JonesNick JonesMonth ago
  • "Legal", never heard that term for seed wheat. All good......

    John DoeJohn DoeMonth ago
  • Great team effort 💪💪 an of course led by the top dog 👍👍

    Bob PatersonBob Paterson2 months ago

    jd Hackerjd Hacker2 months ago
  • Welker Farms this lady can change the way you farm and your life!

    jd Hackerjd Hacker2 months ago
  • Why in harvesting in suimulatir 19 is faster den harvesting in real life

    Juan AlvarezJuan Alvarez2 months ago
  • What's your schedule for using your harvested crop for seed? How many years do you recycle the initial parent seed (registered seed). So, you start with registered seed and use the seed to replant for how many years before buying registered seed and starting the process again.

    John DoeJohn Doe2 months ago
    • The seed we use is legal to reseed ourselves. After a few generations we update the variety

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Big arms I need your help Also Dad a brother in shelby Montana help I am 80 yr.

    Lloyd SjostromLloyd Sjostrom2 months ago
    • And no money farmer stay together? Come on now come on now. This will all be recorded I want everything spelled right if not renew it leg arms I need your help you are my oldest and Powerful Sun along with your father my oldest son who is my oldest son ER sjostrom retired army US Air Force Burlington Northern Railroad engineer he runs from Greybull Wyoming Laurel Montana back to Greybull graebel Casper Wyoming. He lost his wife text wife screws me text wife X why wife wife mother daughter to death we need your help. We need can I get Trump back into office this November so that pecan name you got it wrong again Google throwing up. So that can put in the next Supreme Court judge okay are you with me.

      Lloyd SjostromLloyd Sjostrom2 months ago
  • Always good to see a harvest getting wrapped up without any BIG set backs. Well almost done... 🤠

    Schalk Naudé South AfricaSchalk Naudé South Africa2 months ago
  • i like john deere combines and caseih combines to

    Jacoby HighfillJacoby Highfill2 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • thats cool

    Jacoby HighfillJacoby Highfill2 months ago
  • Great video Welkers

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin Christiansen2 months ago
  • I was getting that many acres per hour in my 16’ disk rotary swather cutting sudangrass. 👍🏼👍🏼

    J Essary FarmsJ Essary Farms2 months ago
  • When you park the combine at night I’m waiting for some smart ass in an old tow truck to drive up and honk a horn at ya.

    Angry sw fan Jeff BledsoeAngry sw fan Jeff Bledsoe2 months ago
  • Brilliant video guys, really enjoyed this one, as always! Harvest is always pretty exciting.

    Joshua MorganJoshua Morgan2 months ago
  • a little mistake in that huge machine and its too expensive. hats off to the people who can take that stress

    kev4241kev42412 months ago
  • Here is our 1976 version of “Beastbine”. Dad’s new 76 model 815 IH. Complete with 66 by 45.00 by 25 Goodyear terra tires and much larger than usual steering tires. It rode really nice! That was a big machine back then but it would take three 815’s to cut what one 8230 would cut in one

    jdhummjdhumm2 months ago
  • Do you lose product the faster you go though?? Or does the equipment catch everything that passes through, regardless of speed?

    Robert SchreckenbachRobert Schreckenbach2 months ago
    • Depends on when the capacity is reached of the machine

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Guten morgen. 👍 ☕ ☉

    Eger ViktorEger Viktor2 months ago
  • 10:00 Its 21,000 lbs, I checked for you!! Lol

    Robert SchreckenbachRobert Schreckenbach2 months ago
  • New Sub here!! I just want to say thanks to all you Farmers! Thanks for the hard work you put in daily! So many people in the Country of ours just doesn't understand where grains, meats, eggs, and just so much more, actually comes from! Anyway, your all awesome and I would love to work on these farms with ya'll!! God bless you all and be safe!!

    Robert SchreckenbachRobert Schreckenbach2 months ago
    • Welcome Robert, Blessings 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Well done 👍 👍💥

    OOOO2 months ago
  • What is the protein running?

    Lee AkersLee Akers2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Not too shabby.

      Lee AkersLee AkersMonth ago
    • 13+

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • well done

    Maurice FanceyMaurice Fancey2 months ago
  • How do you get crops out of the bags??? Hope you show a video how it is dun..Stay Safe...

    Ed HarrisonEd Harrison2 months ago
    • We will in future vid

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • We seen the wheat over the side the truck.

    Neil WehlingNeil Wehling2 months ago
  • 8:04 best part of the video😂

    Legend HunterLegend Hunter2 months ago
  • Do y’all ever buy new wheat?

    Thomas ConroyThomas Conroy2 months ago
    • Yes, every 3 years

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Congratulations on getting your 2020 wheat harvest done, enjoyed watching.

    Bruce LumsdenBruce Lumsden2 months ago
  • I bet you all love that big auger

    Jim McLeanJim McLean2 months ago
    • It is the best auger we've had so far

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • But ya dumped a bunch on the ground, ghee Good yield. And harvest. Enjoyed

    Harvey StephensHarvey Stephens2 months ago
  • Nick you are just too full of yourself. I would rather see your dad and legarms

    Warren KlingensmithWarren Klingensmith2 months ago
    • My brother nick is far from full of himself! It's been an honor to grow up with him.

      Leg ArmsLeg Arms2 months ago
  • It’s fin to see u guys running that Los bushels while were i work in denmark we ran About 140 to 170 an acre so it was pretty much full speed keeping up with 1 John deere 690i and 1 690 In a small 370 bushel tip trailer

    Anders HansenAnders Hansen2 months ago
  • Did you run out of "bump" signs when you wre planting?

    Colin CostineColin Costine2 months ago
  • what snow?

    Paul GerrenPaul Gerren2 months ago
  • Praise the Lord, well done buds!!!

    X ManX Man2 months ago
  • In Germany they have 75 bushels per acre wheat in average because of the better climate conditions.

    Manuel StuckiManuel Stucki2 months ago
  • My Dog Duke can hear a food bag or refrigerator door from anywhere in the house. LOL

    Doug CultraDoug Cultra2 months ago
  • Awesome!

    Kathleen MKathleen M2 months ago
  • In ireland here we have to much rain some feilds are even to wet to drive a combine in

    Adam O BrienAdam O Brien2 months ago
    • Its a fellow Irish man in a Montana USworldsrs comments

      Noah GroarkNoah Groark2 months ago
  • Farming for 100 years hell yeah a lot is working thanks to you guys ( and Cody)

    Horizon FenceHorizon Fence2 months ago
  • Great ‼️

    Simone GagliardoneSimone Gagliardone2 months ago
  • Great to hear the harvest is nearing completion and spring wheat is done w/o any more weather interference. Hope the weather holds for the chick pea harvest. BTW saw your fb video featuring Luke. Almost Luke Sky Welker! LOL Snorted coffee on my phone over that!

    Tony AckermanTony Ackerman2 months ago
  • Great stuff, as always!!

    Tobias OlssonTobias Olsson2 months ago
  • Good video how many acres do you farm

    andrew stichandrew stich2 months ago
    • 10k

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Y'all are turning out network quality content. You need to get in touch with Discovery channel. They'll call it Grain Wars or something equally cheesy but who cares.

    BodhranaramaBodhranarama2 months ago
  • Here's an interesting idea after watching the filling of your grain bins: if you could put a slight negative pressure as you fill the bin you might be able to clean out a lot of the chaff that I see blowing around. Not idea if that would work or, if it would, if it would be worth doing. It might end up saving money and time when you go to clean the grain. You could use a big vacuum system and collect the gleanings, since I remember that you mentioned that there was some use for them.

    marc martinmarc martin2 months ago
  • Hello I have a question. Do you have to treat the grain you are going to use for seed before you plant it next year? See you all soon.

    Ken BryantKen Bryant2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Ok Thank you

      Ken BryantKen Bryant2 months ago
    • Treat at seeding time

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Did anyone else see him hit that bad bump with the combine and jerked the head very bad!!

    Keagan SwensonKeagan Swenson2 months ago
    • It was like a reverse wheelie... 😄

      UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • We have an old Doberman that has seizures and a carrot stops the seizures almost instantly

    Jeff MitchellJeff Mitchell2 months ago
  • how many actual days a year do you spend running planters and combines? i know there is a ton to do in between. but planting and harvest alone, weeks days? a month?

    K RK R2 months ago
    • About 8 weeks together

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • why downvote this? I just don't get it, myself. is there a bot that does this?

    K RK R2 months ago
    • Theres always 1 guy who thinks we don't need farmers and that farming is outdated

      andrew grossandrew gross2 months ago
  • "Pronghorns"! There are no 'antelopes' in North America.

    William HaysWilliam Hays2 months ago
    • That's true but even the montana fish and wildlife calls them antelope

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Really like the videos your family is awesome hardworking, fun loving, and caring. Thanks

    Michael FreehlingMichael Freehling2 months ago
  • Dang you guys keep talking about eating it's little after 9am here n I'm thinking about my lunch! Lol

    rich077140rich0771402 months ago
  • Dang you guys keep talking about eating it's little after 9am here n I'm thinking about my lunch! Lol

    rich077140rich0771402 months ago
  • What varieties of spring wheat you grow ? We finished up here in Manitoba a few days ago.

    David and Karen ShawDavid and Karen Shaw2 months ago
    • Duclair and Corbin

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • What kind of dog is coby?

    J LJ L2 months ago
    • Border Collie/ Australian shepherd

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Lol coby cries like my dog when he wants something. We don't deserve dogs

    Brap 69HDBrap 69HD2 months ago
  • Wouldn’t it behoove you to purchase another drill to get more crops out early to take advantage of chance for more moisture? Suppose it is cost versus nature!

    thomas leonardthomas leonard2 months ago
    • Would be good. The problem is the later climate the last 3 years

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • ware rabbit. do not eat carrots dog food is one thing they eat then the main food group is farmers

    adrian nicholsonadrian nicholson2 months ago
  • We have 6 dogs, collies mostly (I have only had collies). They all have different tastes, some eat any vegetable, or salad. Youngest goes around bramble bushes this time of year eating black berries- carefully !

    P SeggonsP Seggons2 months ago
  • I heard before that farmers weren't allowed to use their seed for the next year. Maybe this somehow is different?

    Crushing Vanessa3Crushing Vanessa32 months ago
    • Certain seed types. Most new varieties are protected

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Great Video good Job boys 👏👏👌🏻👍

    Chris PayneChris Payne2 months ago
  • A video or 2 ago Leg Arms said something about stacking grain bins by land owners. Can you give us a city people some knowledge how leased farms work and/or why you might separate certain parts of grain. I just assume you lease the land from the owner and take all the profits after paying for the land... But, I can make up ideas where you don't pay land owners and just take a part of the profit after you factor out machine maintenance and hours worked...

    Tony BTony B2 months ago
    • Crop share you farm another's land in return they get a set % of yields. The separation is the measurement of how much total production the field produced. Their grain isn't kept separate after that, just the numbers.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Hey Tobby what’s up doc that’s an Antelope not a Rabbit

    Big BoonesBig Boones2 months ago
    • Robert Welker the trill of the chase is what he’s after. 👍 Maybe he just wants to tell the rabbits, tricks are not just for kids he can do some too.😁 especially for a carrot 🥕

      Big BoonesBig Boones2 months ago
    • It's got 4 legs which can be chased 😁

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • If corn, beans and wheat don't skyrocket in price...the market is being manipulated. China has lost to flooding 70-80% of its production. Australia's wheat and rice production were I believe, the worst on record. They are essentially, out of rice. They contracted with Vietnam to cover their domestic shortfall. Vietnam is backing out of the deal...they're concerned they don't have enough supply for their people. US is about the last hope for export crops, globally. Most countries are ceasing export of grains, beans, and corn. Grand Solar Minimum is barely started...causing late Spring planting, thus late harvest. The US and Canada got a reprieve from this, but rest of World didn't. Weather is too cool and wet. Sun is setting no sunspot to few sunspot records, dating back to the 1600s, when Galileo and pals began keeping track...that of which they had no understanding. The last Grand Solar Minimum occurred in the 1600s. The Sun sticks to its 400 year cycles. Global temperature average DECREASE may not seem like much, but it will have great impact on farming/ranching for the next 40-60 years. Solar irradiance drives plant and animal life. Consult with your market consultant, considering these facts...FOOD IS THE NEW GOLD. Discuss alternatives to being paid in currency/dollars. Global financial reset? Food price increases will be jaw-dropping by the holidays, and only increase exponentially post holidays. EVERYONE needs to plant gardens, "Victory Gardens" as grown during WWII. If possible, grow veges indoors. I'm sorry to suggest this, but I believe governments know the unrest to come, and the lockdowns etc are part of the their strategy to (doubtfully) control hungry people. Xi is in serious trouble...billions of hungry people can overcome any army. Every Chinese Dynasty (Roman Empire too) has collapsed during a Grand Solar Minimum. Sorry to be so lengthy, but we are just getting a glimpse of what's to come. We should have been preparing. Must make the best effort still... If it seems I'm's because I am. It is not my primary mission. That is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior. (Romans 10:9,10) Joshua 1:9 Psalm 91,139 Zephaniah 3:15,17 Isaiah 40:31 Matthew 6 John 16:33, 19:30 Romans 10:9,10 Hebrews 11 Revelation 3:15,16 In Christ

    jag617flyjag617fly2 months ago
  • Do you use Earth straps on the auger when filling the bins?

    peter penberthypeter penberthy2 months ago
    • No, never have

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Was that a velvet ant?!

    MrSinner86MrSinner862 months ago
    • @Robert Welker don't step on that guy barefoot!

      MrSinner86MrSinner862 months ago
    • Think so

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • hey no fires thsi year

    Kolby WilliamsKolby Williams2 months ago
    • Nope 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 21 thousand pounds in 1 unloading into the cart. Thats a lot of wheat brotha. Thank god for government subsidies to help farmers.

    Brandon KaercherBrandon Kaercher2 months ago
  • bacon egg n cheese w peanut butter on it ,, is good will stick to your ribs wont be hungry

    Thomas HollingshadThomas Hollingshad2 months ago
  • Would you consider putting up a grain leg if you get more new bins at the same location?

    Reed TarrReed Tarr2 months ago
    • A grain leg would be a very costly investment and you still need an auger for the other bins

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Another great video thank you for sharing the video of you guys doing your spring wheat harvest and it was good to see Kobe with your dad in the cab and hope you guys are doing well and just want to say thank you very much for your videos always puts a smile on my face keep up the great work from one of your fans down here in New Zealand

    Matthew JacksonMatthew Jackson2 months ago
  • Do you guys have any record of what yer family did pre-Americas?

    PIPER DOUGPIPER DOUG2 months ago
    • Came over from Germany in the early 1800's to Pennsylvania

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I saw that wheat hit the ground from the grain cart, something I have done too. At least I know im not the only one it happens to.

    Pete DohmenPete Dohmen2 months ago
  • wish you the best for the next year..!

    petrosxppetrosxp2 months ago
  • I didn't know yall had cowkillers that far north....we have the same red ones here in do they hurt!

    omegalpha28omegalpha282 months ago
  • Is ......."who turns their lights on last" a real thing????

    Sherry WilliamsSherry Williams2 months ago
  • Thanks for the video. Tell me, How does this Wheat harvest 2020 compare to the last 10 years wheat harvest? cheers John Purdy from South Australia.

    Anzac DayAnzac Day2 months ago
    • It's about average for spring wheat. It's frustrating to be one 1" of rain short the first of July, which would add 5+ more

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Great Vlog, Wheat done and only a few Chick peas to go.... well done Thanks

    Tony MckeageTony Mckeage2 months ago
  • It'd be really nice if lawson Ranchworx works let you demo a tandem field aerator. Then you could aerate those large field that don't get much water and show how well they work for retaining moisture!

    Kevin KeimKevin Keim2 months ago
  • one of these is what you need on the auger

    Andrew WarnerAndrew Warner2 months ago
  • It isn’t about speed it’s about quality

    Richard GRichard G2 months ago
  • Just dump the hopper instead of spilling grain

    Richard GRichard G2 months ago
  • Stop talking to the equipment. Just be yourself and stop chopping MN Mill farmer.

    Richard GRichard G2 months ago
  • Rob i feel for ya . A wet Kobie nope i hate that wet dog smell

    TOW BALLTOW BALL2 months ago
  • How many hours do those combines have

    WyomingfarmerWyomingfarmer2 months ago
    • 900 and 1200 rotor hours

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • The answer is obvious but, If water makes such a difference in yield, what would take to do some irrigation, do you have any access to any water resources? Are your gain bags reusable? Nice to know you speak dog!

    shop shopshop shop2 months ago
    • No ground water and no irrigation available. And the bags aren't reusable

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Thanks for the video guys, I sure love seeing Bob and Colby. Great to see your getting close to finishing 2020 harvest 👍

    Britt BlantonBritt Blanton2 months ago