The Final Prep "Are We Ready?" - Harvest 2020

Aug 5, 2020
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It's been two weeks of intense maintenance on machinery. We cannot afford to have breakdowns during harvest when they could have been prevented. Each harvest season begins with careful inspections and adjustments to every machine being used.
Bring on harvest 2020!
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Comments
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd Ferguson2 months ago
  • joshwolf

    Rial JudsonRial Judson2 months ago
  • I love new flashing lights!!! I just put a couple of strobe lights in the "new" truck for work.

    Chris DartingChris Darting2 months ago
  • Surprised use of carborundum cut-off wheels. Low speed steel blade and chop-saw, must faster, Cooler temps, minimal sparks, fire hazard. Cost effective, time saver changing blades, economical investment. Working smarter

    BILL UPSTATE NYBILL UPSTATE NY3 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Yo

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve3 months ago
  • Like how you are not afraid to share your faith, my Brother.

    RP SiglerRP Sigler3 months ago
  • I’ve got the exact same guards on my hesston haybine

    Darion ChimkoDarion Chimko3 months ago
  • By the way , like this channel and all your videos . Very impressed with what you guys do in your own shop to fix and rebuild your equipment. 👍

    dean mdean m3 months ago
  • Legg arms , quit using nylon for plastic bushings . Trust me . I'm a tool and die maker , in the auto industry . We got away from nylon , and went to Delrin . It's much tougher and lasts longer . It's more expensive, but we find it much cheaper in in down time .

    dean mdean m3 months ago
  • Always had stainless fenders on my trucks. Prevented road grinding the back of my trucks.

    Brian CaseyBrian Casey3 months ago
  • For a temporary fix on that cracked tank use Qbond. It’ll work to get you through temporarily

    Mike PageMike Page3 months ago
  • Some nice aluminum or stainless rear fenders. Used to put them on all the time to protect the cabs.

    Rob HartshornRob Hartshorn3 months ago
  • Aren't those gaurds cast?

    watchman79 kreiderwatchman79 kreider3 months ago
    • Yes

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • great!

    the pizza devilthe pizza devil3 months ago
  • 1/4 fenders are junk, especially with hopper bottoms. Put full or even half fenders on your trucks and that will stop the rocks hitting the back of the cab.

    jrmcdermott80jrmcdermott803 months ago
  • 11:18 very well said sir👍👍👍

    Budd 56Budd 563 months ago
  • Did anyone see the size of that deer, cool. Almost ready for the big harvest

    J supermanJ superman3 months ago
  • On average, how much do headers weigh?

    Zach DregerZach Dreger3 months ago
    • Prepends on size but 3 to 5 tons with adapter

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Hey you 2 Hope you read this, to keep mice out use coffee beans, yes you heard right. An old friend told me this a long time ago so I tried it when I was farming, and man it worked well all those years and I still do this with my Rv. Food for thought you guys

    RV homeRV home3 months ago
    • Thanks for that well ground' d advice 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • There is no such machine in Korea. I want to have a machine like this on my farm

    장훈농장TV장훈농장TV3 months ago
  • 8(

    Larry ThompsonLarry Thompson3 months ago
  • You and 10th generation dairy farmer need to make a video together 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

    Countryboy LucasCountryboy Lucas3 months ago
  • You sure you ain't a bunch-O-hicks from Montana? Yur music is some of the BEST on USworlds. I love, Love, LOVE, your channel! BeMa Farms (backyard Chicagoland Farm) is your faithful followers. This year: tons-o-tomatoes, cukes, pumpkins and herbs. Next year? Bee Hives! Yup! BeMA Huny. Pooh Bear would approve.......

    Mark J. Cady Jr.Mark J. Cady Jr.3 months ago
  • Get some minimizer double hump fenders

    Wyatt VosWyatt Vos3 months ago
  • Minimizer fenders will save your paint

    Gary MillerGary Miller3 months ago
  • Merch idea: Tonka deer 🤣

    Josh MartinJosh Martin3 months ago
  • Get leg arms welding on that tank???

    Henry GHenry G3 months ago
  • You guys amaze me at how your operation lets you repair almost anything. Way to git er done Welkers😁

    stumpy2816stumpy28163 months ago
  • Think u just about covered everythin there guys 🤔 wait a minute No Dad an No Coby 🙄☹️👍👍

    Bob PatersonBob Paterson3 months ago
    • 🥵....👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Where is the Wagner

    Adam HoffmanAdam Hoffman3 months ago
    • Winner Shop time

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • I'm a bit cheap. I would've just swapped the tires on the header and put the good treads to the inside since the outer part of the tire didn't look to be wearing.

    Alison BeightolAlison Beightol3 months ago
  • We have been watching your videos for days on end now, because I farmed all my life and retired now We love your videos , you guys are the best, be safe. If we ever travel in your area we would love to meet up. Be careful, harvest is a stressful time of year

    RV homeRV home3 months ago
  • Hey Nicki! When I was farming in Dawson County, I too repaired the sickle guards and got a double-life (or more!) from them! I'd put a sickle section between the guard and the piece to be welded on for proper spacing. I thought I was the only one who did stuff like this! I am in hallowed company for sure Nick. This is how farmers in Montana do it! HEY! Good luck with the prep work, take care and be safe this harvest season Nick.

    Allen HrubesAllen Hrubes3 months ago
  • a piece of clear pexiglass might work to help prevent chipping on the paint?

    Lloyd HenningLloyd Henning3 months ago
  • Nice outro dude.

    TOMAHAWK 24TOMAHAWK 243 months ago
  • Plastic half fenders for that blue Peter-car. Doesn't add much weight. And easier to replace than repainting that truck.

    Michael WallaceMichael Wallace3 months ago
  • What did you do with your Wagner tractor

    Bubbly CandyBoyBubbly CandyBoy3 months ago
    • Winter shop time

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Try rtv Silicone on the brute tank. Just rough it up first.

    Trey QuackenbushTrey Quackenbush3 months ago
  • Is so big

    Arthurius ggArthurius gg3 months ago
  • hello from hanford california i enjoy your vlogs

    edward mateusedward mateus3 months ago
  • Headache rack (aluminum thing)

    SmaxkSmaxk3 months ago
  • if your worried about saving 20 dollars on a old guard you should be running a different combine.. the new claas machines would pay for themselves in fuel and grain losses in one year over these machines

    2007dalin2007dalin3 months ago
    • I would greatly differ. Our losses are the same as new and fuel is same or less.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Nick your music still sucks... Like seriously bad and tacky.

    Spanner WorxSpanner Worx3 months ago
  • I was trying to reach you guys through email I have a very important question to ask you guys and you might be able to help me Owenhalley04@gmail.com

    Owen HalleyOwen Halley3 months ago
    • welkerfarms@gmail.com

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • our 9120 has those lights. love them

    Sidney LutzSidney Lutz3 months ago
  • This is a idiotic question butt..... so is the blue Pete a 579 or what? I'm not very good with peterbilts so that's why I'm asking this question.

    musty potato33musty potato333 months ago
    • I think its a 372 but need to verify the model

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • If you are a farmer, YOU GOTTA HAVE SNACKS!

    musty potato33musty potato333 months ago
  • If you plastic wield , you need to wield inside and out. Just my experience.

    Slicksmokes PlcSlicksmokes Plc3 months ago
  • Your guards, take and grind the edges of those you welded plates to. The guards cut the crop, the sickles draw the crop into the guards for cutting. Not as big of a deal on dead cereal crops, but huge on live crops such as green grass and alfalfa.

    Green thumbGreen thumb3 months ago
  • No BOB ...No COBIE...No LEG ARMS Im outa here .. all good Nick was only joking...lol cant wait for the harvest vids

    Graeme SinclairGraeme Sinclair3 months ago
    • @Welker Farms thanks for your reply bud

      Graeme SinclairGraeme Sinclair3 months ago
    • 😂 Don't worry I can't stand watching myself either!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • How do you guy's Farm? I see no Green !!!!

    David RuffDavid Ruff3 months ago
    • @Welker FarmsThink Deere just gives it to Zack!

      David RuffDavid Ruff3 months ago
    • We keep the green in the back 😂 😁

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • I wish I could be there now helping with maintenance on machinery and in the shop Is what I want to do on the 1st day I arrive at your farm in the future.

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • Cases should give you a new combine lol .

    SS3 months ago
  • Can’t stand you saying I I I . There is no I in team. There is a lot others on the farm but you. See more work and hands dirty then yours princess!

    Scott VaudrinScott Vaudrin3 months ago
    • Welker Farms love your content and love the videos but just stop saying I it’s all about your family who started the farm. That’s what I’m saying . Your great people to watch

      Scott VaudrinScott Vaudrin3 months ago
    • What?

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
  • I will do work for you guys at the farm to earn & pay off for the payment of my Amtrak ticket in the future.

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • the tires you took off the header, were they used before they went on in the first place? or were they brand new to start with? replacing them with good used instead of new would have been cheaper

    Valentus SlimROASTValentus SlimROAST3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker that's what I would have guessed, otherwise why replace with new

      Valentus SlimROASTValentus SlimROAST3 months ago
    • I'm assuming they were new

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Minimizer full fenders are almost indestructible and will save the back of your cab. They work awesome on log trucks.

    Dusty SmithDusty Smith3 months ago
  • Yeah them retractable fingers on the headers that legarms was fitting are a bloody nightmare!!!hope you boys have a good harvest,we're just getting going over here in the.north of England!!!👍🏻🔥🤘🤘😊😊🙏🏻🇬🇧🇬🇧 we just tow our headers behind the combine on there transport trailers!!!👍🏻😂

    Ian TowersIan Towers3 months ago
  • Glad that I'm not the only one that reuse the guards.

    Gary MorelGary Morel3 months ago
  • I want to be with you guys daily & help out at the farm anyway i can daily except at times when I am riding in a truck or tractor or on a combine with one of you guys all day in the future.

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • Which Torgerson location do you typically get your parts from?

    Craig WendelCraig Wendel3 months ago
    • Ethridge is the closest

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • Can one of you guys text me at (415) 685-9201 to let me know when you guys have a Amtrak ticket for me in the computer with Amtrak for me from San Fransisco sales force plaza to Shelby Montana.?

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • Nick I like to help Leg Arms in the shop daily turning wrenches from my wheelchair helping Leg Arms with repairs on machinery & equipment Until one of you guys invite me to ride along with you in the combine cab during harvesting. As i may need your assistance to climb from my wheelchair to climb up the ladder on the combine to the combine cab passenger seat where I will sit next to you all day in the combine & enjoy that ride & keep each other company & yopu to teach me how to operate the combine in the future.

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • At video time 3:28 that is plastic NOT nylon

    Crossbow HunterCrossbow Hunter3 months ago
  • Can I help clean up the shop in the future in my wheelchair?

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • why not rotate the tires? burn the tread on both sides then replace them?

    Gaines IN LifeGaines IN Life3 months ago
  • Hi guys is there a way you can invite me to come to the farm in person & get me a Amtrak ticket for me to come to your farm to help out daily in the future. I want to come & help turn wrenches in the shop in my wheelchair fixing things & I want to ride with one of you guys in the combine cab passenger to keep you company all day while out in the field driving the combine of me sitting next to you & enjoying that ride all day in the future.

    John Banks Walkers FarmJohn Banks Walkers Farm3 months ago
  • Check out wranglerstar plasic welding video. He just did it recently

    Thomas AndersonThomas Anderson3 months ago
  • Yes Case IH are the est combines and they are made in Fargo ND. Because when you buy a Case product you are paying for the machine, When you by a John Deere you are paying for the name. Case is the best

    lonestar1187lonestar11873 months ago
    • Close, made in Grand Island Nebraska actually. Glad you love them though.

      Brian PayneBrian Payne3 months ago
  • I NEED MORE.

    TEXAN BADGERTEXAN BADGER3 months ago
  • The tube was in the tire because the tire had a hole in it. We do that quite often to lawn mower tires when they get dry rot cracks in the sidewalls and leak.

    Art AyersArt Ayers3 months ago
  • Would you mind if I take those old school lights from your combines? Lol

    Hayden StaffordHayden Stafford3 months ago
  • We need more videos love this channel wished i could join

    IV FlackIV Flack3 months ago
  • Welding tabs onto the combine fingers doesn't sound like a good idea.

    Ed JonesEd Jones3 months ago
    • Steel to cast isn't going to last very long either. Then that piece of steel goes thru the combine. Not sure I would do that

      SKIDOO RULZSKIDOO RULZ3 months ago
  • I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, nick you and your family truly embody what the American farmer is. You fix what is broken and make do with what is at hand and actually work on every aspect of your equipment. It’s really good to see and watch!

    m petersm peters3 months ago
  • You should just open the arm rest our seat blew and it was just the litel pipe in the armrest where the air blows out

    GP ElsGP Els3 months ago
  • Big brute -> Flextape

    StormP666StormP6663 months ago
  • Nice

    IvannaTinkle21IvannaTinkle213 months ago
  • Nick with the guards also take note that the end ones and the 3 next to them don’t have a back on them! Makes a huge difference

    Jared JonesJared Jones3 months ago
  • 2:30 quarter fenders suck get half fenders

    Andy FrommAndy Fromm3 months ago
  • very very nice and 1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 like like

    Griris KamelGriris Kamel3 months ago
  • Nice video guys ! French filmmaker 🇫🇷🙏🏻

    Simon. PhotographySimon. Photography3 months ago
  • Man that’s awesome I never thought about wielding them up but dam that makes sense thanks for the tip guys

    Gary JonesGary Jones3 months ago
  • Is is t just me or does the music change when harvest comes along ?

    Frank MeisterFrank Meister3 months ago
  • Put full fenders on the blue pete.

    69dblcab69dblcab3 months ago
  • Flex seal don't work on plastic

    Kolton NovakKolton Novak3 months ago
  • Yeah! Looking forward to it.

    Doug ArmknechtDoug Armknecht3 months ago
  • ok those 2 tires pull them of the rim and swap them :-) make use of the profile from the outside to put them inside

    LSE LLC (Lumanet Solar Energy LLC)LSE LLC (Lumanet Solar Energy LLC)3 months ago
  • Why not just use the terminal block in that new LED strobe and screw the old wires into it...seems like that is what it was designed for...verses how you hooked it up...unless I am missing something?

    youbecha64youbecha643 months ago
  • That combine looks bad ass with those tyres, sectacular in fact, much more impressive than the standard tracks.

    Richard TimmsRichard Timms3 months ago
  • Just rotate the tires on the header so the outside evens out

    Connor HachbornConnor Hachborn3 months ago
  • What does the spinning thing on the front of the header do

    Machine ManiacMachine Maniac3 months ago
    • Help collect and gather crop into the header feeding system

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker3 months ago
  • worst could happen ? bust cutter bar teeth if catch worst bend the cutter bar stubble build up on the tip welded on tip welded on don't hold goes through the thrasher

    VEETWO RACINGVEETWO RACING3 months ago
  • Great video. Maybe worth checking the end guards as should have around 3 on each end that are different to others in gap an design to allow cutter bar to move with knife drive wrong guards cause the cutter bar to stress an break cause it can jam when hit something hard instead on slipping knife drive

    Mark DownieMark Downie3 months ago
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