Sep 16, 2020
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It was a hard decision but in the end we decided keeping the 1150 was not in our cards. The amount of money and time it would have taken to keep this tractor running is just not worth it. Harvest on the other hand is going great! Burning through acres one day at a time!
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  • It's good to see you're wearing a JCB best of British kit you should try

    Gavin GwatkinGavin Gwatkin6 days ago
  • Congratulations on the new baby Leg Arms.

    Mike IMike I6 days ago
  • Loved it ! You guys at Welker farm are awesome ! Scott that old truck is beautiful no matter what bro ...it's old but classic and probably was there working before you and i were born ! Keep it up fellas !!!!

    George IsaakGeorge Isaak10 days ago

    Lil IgelLil Igel15 days ago
  • I play your farm in game farm simulator 19

    NotosGR LazoNotosGR Lazo16 days ago
  • You guys open my eyes I didn't know that much farming is going on in montana and you guys are pretty cool

    Ron GraceRon Grace18 days ago
  • Shower hahahahha

    Boone BlackmonBoone Blackmon20 days ago
  • Beaterbuilt

    Greg AdamsGreg Adams22 days ago
  • 5.2 million pounds is about 22 rail cars or right about that

    m petersm peters27 days ago
  • Are you guys Trump voters?

    Rosi RostaugeRosi Rostauge28 days ago
  • Guys the videography is getting so good and great content as well you could use most of these clips as Commercials for case keep it up hope leg arms heals quickly

    nathan laumernathan laumerMonth ago
  • Pretty cool those Versatile Tractors are made here in Winnipeg. I've been an a tour through their manufacturing facility

    Graeme FortlageGraeme FortlageMonth ago
  • In my opimion, there are no pretty Peterbuilts, I stand ^ feet tall, Peterbuilts are built for short people!

    palladini971palladini971Month ago
  • Great video!

    Floyd FergusonFloyd FergusonMonth ago
  • I actually like the red pete wouldn't mind having one like it myself

    Seth HiltSeth HiltMonth ago
  • I love the music

    Brittany WeaverBrittany WeaverMonth ago
  • Coooooooooooooooooolest farm on earth

    Brittany WeaverBrittany WeaverMonth ago
  • He feels no sorrow for the small farmers out of business

    Randy GobleRandy GobleMonth ago
  • My special needs child always asks for leg arms when we tune in. Thank you and all the Welkers for being good role models!

    Allen McleodAllen McleodMonth ago
  • Felt the same about that tractor the way I felt when people bought all of our equitment when we finished our farming careers

    Tiger GamingTiger GamingMonth ago
  • Jesus yields are poor wheat averages 160-180 bushels in Ireland

    david o learydavid o learyMonth ago
  • It's the Beaterbilt. Get it right.

    kabarsedgekabarsedgeMonth ago
  • Keep that 3406B. WAY more reliable

    Nathan WilsonNathan WilsonMonth ago
  • the old peter beater

    MrJneesyMrJneesyMonth ago
  • It's the "Beater-bilt" and I love it

    48HzLacy48HzLacyMonth ago
  • New to this channel... anyone know how many acres they harvest?

    James DoyleJames DoyleMonth ago
    • 7500

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Let me know when you don't want the "Beater Peter" anymore Scott.....Those 3406B Cats were some of the hardest pulling engines ever....A little love is all it needs.....

    Brent EricksonBrent EricksonMonth ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve2 months ago
  • So it's the Beaterbilt then. Nice! 😄👍

    UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • How did you power everything before?

    Brad MillerBrad Miller2 months ago
    • Didn't with electricity

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Farmhand mike bought the versatile didn't he

    Jeremy GrantJeremy Grant2 months ago
  • When you say your not that high yielding of a farm someone like me from the burbs on eastcoast watches and says holybeep. But what is considered a high yield farm or how much do high yield farms havest?

    Steve DyerSteve Dyer2 months ago
    • Where i am in central Alberta 100 bushels for wheat and 120 for barley is pretty normal

      John TaternoseJohn Taternose2 months ago
  • The beaterbuilt

    Brody HindmonBrody Hindmon2 months ago
  • 40 bushel wheat, reminds me of how fortunate it can be to have irrigated land.

    Pretzel FacePretzel Face2 months ago
  • Time to restore that red Peterbilt

    Wyatt VosWyatt Vos2 months ago
  • We had 115 bushel and acre oats this year

    Hunter JohnsonHunter Johnson2 months ago
  • Name it Beaterbilt

    Winter Haven FarmsWinter Haven Farms2 months ago
  • That intro is so cool with lighting and storm effects!!!!!!!!!!! Hey Guys

    PAYTON MACPAYTON MAC2 months ago
  • Too many ads

    Roger GoodrichRoger Goodrich2 months ago
    • Agree. No control but looking forward to Nov 4th

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • 10:30 oh no not that one...She a beauty

    Peter IJmkerPeter IJmker2 months ago
  • its looks like have a wheat shower

    jollybendyman gamer 1469jollybendyman gamer 14692 months ago
  • Leg arms finally meets his match... falling grain

    Out HouseOut House2 months ago
  • silo thing was dumb mannn

    379w9 exhd379w9 exhd2 months ago
  • One word AWESOME !

    R AnderssonR Andersson2 months ago
  • it’s be so cool if they could see it when it got running

    Charlie ObrienCharlie Obrien2 months ago
  • Great camera and drone shots.

    9856CB9856CB2 months ago
  • why not bury the power line. those poles are going to get annoying in the future i would think. where i live all cables are in the ground

    the silent farmerthe silent farmer2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker alright, just be careful, i dont want to see any of you get zapped by a live wire

      the silent farmerthe silent farmerMonth ago
    • Chose to have more power available for future expansion

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • The hundred thumbs downs are from bread and pasta haters... I liked it..

    Dave Hughes FarmDave Hughes Farm2 months ago
  • One like one pray we were in the fields last night harvesting soybeans when our combine exploded I was in it so was our hired help new 9240 with new MacDon header

    Chris KautzChris Kautz2 months ago
    • What happened

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • I can't remember if you've addressed this in the past. Do you bale the straw once the wheat is harvested?

    Eric BeightolEric Beightol2 months ago
    • No we want the residue back on the ground

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • That Versatile would be a awsome project to rebuild. I hope the new owner thinks that to.

    ghostdevillghostdevill2 months ago
  • *Fs19 irl*

    Kyezxid -ExtremecraftKyezxid -Extremecraft2 months ago
  • Wow you guys have some massive fields compared to Florida farm land. Great vid, nice production. Edits are mint!

    Field RowsField Rows2 months ago
  • How much co2 does it take to make 5.2 million pounds of wheat?

    mk mcnmk mcn2 months ago
    • A lot

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • Do any of you ever shaves?

    Not YouNot You2 months ago
    • Me, but at my age have had many close shaves 😁

      Robert WelkerRobert WelkerMonth ago
  • How much would you sell the red pete for

    Corning Custom Farm ToysCorning Custom Farm Toys2 months ago
  • “The Beater Peter” not to be confused by “The Peter Beater”.

    Brent WanamakerBrent Wanamaker2 months ago
    • And just like that, long arms broke his Peter beater... 🙈

      Kevin JonesKevin JonesMonth ago
  • Beater Peter. Yea thats a good name

    Recovery ChadRecovery Chad2 months ago
  • Great cinematic shots! Hoping for an epic summary film!

    Davin CrookDavin Crook2 months ago
  • Scott. Are you welker farms answer to Rip wheeler 😜😜

    TicdanielTicdaniel2 months ago
  • call it the red baron,still flying down road and never been shot down

    Edward NiemyjskiEdward Niemyjski2 months ago
  • Why did they use wooden power poles given the fact you get fires out there

    The hobby man 95The hobby man 952 months ago
    • Very seldom I have heard of a power pole burning around here. The grass, crop fires are very fast moving so they burn quickly across the bottom of the pole.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Good video. But I've never seen that version of the American flag with the red horizontal stripe. What's the deal?

    Daryl C. JacksonDaryl C. Jackson2 months ago
  • That drone footage looked so mad

    William GallagherWilliam Gallagher2 months ago
  • 26,000 tons

    Christopher RenfroChristopher Renfro2 months ago
  • No def for your combines which is nice

    Maxwell StrongMaxwell Strong2 months ago
  • Is that your crop bagger your demo

    Maxwell StrongMaxwell Strong2 months ago
    • it is a demo, thanks to Loftness.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Hey Nick how do you guys attach your flags to the combine auger i know you have said it befor but I can’t find the video we’re you did. Looking to fly a flag on my 9600 this fall thanks

    BennettFarm'sBennettFarm's2 months ago
    • Used #50 chain with a piece of angle iron, hole drilled through. A bolt welded on other chain end to insert through hole. A pipe welded on the angle iron for the flag pole.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago

    JGMSJGMS2 months ago
  • If farming was easy, everyone would be doing it. The real farmer knows how to get through the tough years and save back on the good years. It's a gamble.

    Tim FlomerTim Flomer2 months ago
  • Yeah, loved harvest, drone shots. Looking down from drone on the wheat- magical.

    S. AshcraftS. Ashcraft2 months ago
  • What happened to that yellow four wheel drive you bought a couple months ago

    Rez HunterRez Hunter2 months ago
    • Can't wait

      Rez HunterRez Hunter2 months ago
    • The wagner is waiting to be reborn in our shop this winter

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • They're all BeaterBuilts

    Payne KillerPayne Killer2 months ago
  • Love the video keep up with the great work

    christopher lindchristopher lind2 months ago
  • Good old 🇨🇦 built Versatile the other good Red 🚜 . Hopefully it will rise up again.

    HEMI RAMHEMI RAM2 months ago
  • Wiggles beard kills me. :)

    Woody WWoody W2 months ago
  • Clicked off the video because the intro was so long/boring

    bigbassmaster96bigbassmaster962 months ago
    • But you stayed long enough to type this 😂

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms2 months ago
  • Use the county road as a runway for A380s.

    Robert HoytRobert Hoyt2 months ago
  • Wow! Really? A shower?

    Robert HoytRobert Hoyt2 months ago
  • Beaterbilt

    Dixie FarmboyDixie Farmboy2 months ago
  • does the guy who bought the 1150 have a yt because if so I need to know what it is

    Dixie FarmboyDixie Farmboy2 months ago
  • I'm glad to see the Versatile head somewhere other than a scrap yard. Hopefully it will be a good donor to keep one running.

    Art AyersArt Ayers2 months ago
  • This was my favorite tractor but big bud rules

    Wild’s WorldWild’s World2 months ago
  • I love that old Johndeere 🤩 (3:09)

    Steyr FahrerSteyr Fahrer2 months ago
  • Hey Welker farms I was thinking I’ve always wanted to do some big tractor work and for a project I’m doing you have to go out to a big major farm for a month I was thinking do you think you guys would let me come and work for you for free possibly please get back to me thank you

    Motarhead filmzzMotarhead filmzz2 months ago
    • It would be my dream to work for you guys so hopefully my dream could come true

      Motarhead filmzzMotarhead filmzz2 months ago
  • Hated to see the 1150 hit the trail, but you have those awesome Buds already! Enough upkeep without an outsider.

    Mark SinnMark Sinn2 months ago
  • Why are you guys using grain bags this year with the new bins? Just a better yield this year?

    JBreezy62JBreezy622 months ago
    • Ahhhh thats right I forgot about all the peas in the shed! Now it makes sense thank you for the reply!

      JBreezy62JBreezy622 months ago
    • Not putting any grain in buildings

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 5:58 legarms why u torchore ur self😂

    Farmer KlavsFarmer Klavs2 months ago
    • the peaple like this comment hates legarms

      Farmer KlavsFarmer KlavsMonth ago
  • *"mmmmkay.."* Mister Mackey from SouthPark..

    George DoolittleGeorge Doolittle2 months ago
  • Bless y’all

    Dan FinleyDan Finley2 months ago
  • So awesome to see the big equipment at work and nice drone footage

    Dan FinleyDan Finley2 months ago
  • Showering in wheat farmers are crazy but getter done

    Napalm182 NapierNapalm182 Napier2 months ago
  • One of these years we're gonna need an ASMR video of the Binder running grain with a gopro mounted on the front of that trailer (coal cam) and another on the side so we can see dem shiny wheels roll

    Dixie FarmboyDixie Farmboy2 months ago
  • I had some great plans for that tractor, but now its to late. 🤔

    Patrik DjupsjöbackaPatrik Djupsjöbacka2 months ago
  • LegArms, it is the "Beater"bilt!!!!!!

    Mike PendergrassMike Pendergrass2 months ago
  • Can we please get a moment of silence for the 1150 Versatile? We will never forget.

    Benjamin Cadnum; Cadnum-Crabtree farmsBenjamin Cadnum; Cadnum-Crabtree farms2 months ago
  • You should paint peter the peterbilt, just like you did the international.

    Emilio BalliEmilio Balli2 months ago
    • lots of parts out there for older Petes - getting rebuilt all the time!

      Arnie PriesArnie Pries2 months ago
  • Great video Welkers good luck finishing combining

    Kevin ChristiansenKevin Christiansen2 months ago
  • Question! Do y’all save some of your wheat, yellow peas, and Chick Peas for seed for next year or do you buy seed from a seed dealer?

    J Essary FarmsJ Essary Farms2 months ago
    • Robert Welker cool! Thank you sir. We save our wheat also and replant it.

      J Essary FarmsJ Essary Farms2 months ago
    • yellows can. some varieties of wheat also.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • 😃😃😃😃😘

    Alejandro AbarcaAlejandro Abarca2 months ago