Welker & Fast Unite At Last! - Iowa Strong

Aug 27, 2020
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Listen up! Lets work together to help out Iowa!!
Fast Ag Montana and Welkers are working together to raise $15,000 for the non-profit organization Steppin' Out Missions. Tony and Nick will donate $500 each. This money will be put towards cleaning up the mess that was left behind from that crazy storm. And to top it off Tony will shave his beard 🧔 😂 👌 .
And! If we reach $20,000, Tony and Nick will kick in another $500 each!
CLICK ON THE LINK to the webpage for the non-profit organization, Steppin' Out Missions, and SCROLL DOWN to the PayPal link at the bottom of the page to donate (be sure to put FastAg or Welker Farms in the 'Notes to seller' section): www.somissions.com ...OR...MAIL A CHECK to Steppin' Out Missions at: P.O. Box 532 Sugarcreek, OH 44681 (Be sure to write 'FastAg' or 'Welker Farms' in the memo!)
Follow along for updates in Iowa on Steppin' Out Missions' Facebook page here: facebook.com/somissions/
Read more about Steppin' Out Missions on their webpage here: www.somissions.com
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Comments
  • Let's make this happen! Also be sure to check out Tony Fast's USworlds channel Fast Ag, , good stuff!

    Welker FarmsWelker Farms3 months ago
    • I'm in, $50 donated.

      BryanBryan2 months ago
    • some parts for Iowa are still without power but we are still strong.

      Quinten Van NessQuinten Van Ness3 months ago
    • Do you guy's use GMO Wheat?

      WTF To Late!WTF To Late!3 months ago
    • Just saw Tony without his beard.....woooohooooo...great job! $18.5k already....WOW GOD IS GOOD!

      Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston3 months ago
    • Ditto that GOOD STUFF comment!

      Fast Ag MontanaFast Ag Montana3 months ago
  • Been binge watching #WelkerFarm, #LarsonFarm, #MillenialFarmer #ColeTheCornstar & #FieldRows(they’re Florida cotton, peanut & grain farmers, w/ a VERY different set of weather issues!) Pres Trump’s praise of America’s farmers, saying you’d need bigger tractors w/ USMCA kicking in, made me seek out the channels. AND, I’m absolutely amazed by our farmers, they’re welders, mechanics, mathematicians, chemists, truck drivers,fire fighters, ditch/trench diggers, barometers, electricians, strong fighters, & without them-we’d suffer famines. Something ppl don’t think about buying a box of cereal in the store & it’s about TIME our farmers weren’t screwed over by horrible globalist policies making China, Canada, & Mexico rich, & them suffer....Sorry, I started to rant.

    Chrissy Francis8Chrissy Francis86 hours ago
  • When I run into a pole on farm sim, I either bounce off, or go right through. You need that mod!!!

    Michael SullivanMichael SullivanMonth ago
  • Duluth offers lifetime warranty on their pants. When need new ones, mail em in and get brand new ones!

    Henry LopezHenry LopezMonth ago
  • Brings back some good memories.

    bruce campbellbruce campbell2 months ago
  • *sniff* "Smells like weed." Jepp, I know that feeling... ^_^

    UncleManuelUncleManuel2 months ago
  • choke cherry jelly is the best

    Nate GonshorowskiNate Gonshorowski2 months ago
  • Is there a possibility to contact your local electrical utility to mark the power poles with Scotchlite or some orange flashing lights; or equip the headers on both ends with a couple headlights/floodlights that would "light up" the poles when you are driving and harvesting at night????

    MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.2 months ago
  • I donated as "from Welker" but I missed the spot where you say where you are donating from.

    Jay RichardsJay Richards2 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve2 months ago
  • I live in Cedar Rapids, IA. I just want to thank you. Ever house was damaged in some way. No tree was untouched. This storm was Aug 10 th, we still have huge piles of of debris along our streets. Today the city said they will still be picking up debris. When the snow starts to fly. But we are Iowa Strong. Thank you for all your help. Each and one of us appreciates all the help. If wasn't for you and other organizations. We wouldn't be as far as we are. Again Thank you!!!!

    Lou Ann SoppeLou Ann Soppe2 months ago
  • Would 10 foot sections of 3 or 4 inch pvc pipe painted fluorescent orange stood on end at your gas well sites help you see them better? Seems like a cheap solution and much cheaper than down time fixing a combine head. Just asking--

    William DavisWilliam Davis2 months ago
  • Suggesting you put reflectors on power poles, like DOT tape red an white or yellow . Mount tape on aluminum plate an nail it to poles

    Philip FlemingPhilip Fleming2 months ago
  • Awesome vid Nick!

    Russ ReckerRuss Recker2 months ago
  • Us Iowans really appreciate you we had all our storage and I lost my job so I appreciate you trying to help

    Jacob WaltemeyerJacob Waltemeyer2 months ago
  • Hey: Chet Larson has a bigger one than you. Grain cart of course ! Captain Al from Tampa😎

    Alan WilcoxAlan Wilcox3 months ago
  • I'm going to give a shout out to housewives of farmers , that make homemade jams, fresh pies ( strawberry-rubarb) and field delivered treats....Thanks to past and present Moms and daughter's

    Jack WillieJack Willie3 months ago
  • is it not possible to mark obstacles on the gps system to prevent future collisions?

    robert lonsdalerobert lonsdale3 months ago
  • We are 50 miles NE of Omaha, We are soooo blessed to have been in the build up stage all the devastation is east of us Not to sound callous but " thank God"

    Glenn GaulGlenn Gaul3 months ago
  • just watch out for the golrila

    Russell PetrieRussell Petrie3 months ago
  • Yuo goodt fermers 😉

    Aurimas KybartasAurimas Kybartas3 months ago
  • Sweet filmography there near the end!!!

    Bob BaldwinBob Baldwin3 months ago
  • Nick, you need to get your neighbors phone number for the next possible fire.

    9856CB9856CB3 months ago
  • Run the tape through the wash, the dryer makes it good for 6 months or so, wearing them once a week

    Ryan HoganRyan Hogan3 months ago
  • My farm got hit hard our beans are laying down

    Farmer JackFarmer Jack3 months ago
  • Would it have been easier and/or faster to fly the drone to scout for fires instead of driving? Just a thought.

    Eric BeightolEric Beightol3 months ago
  • Mr Sealyp has just plugged your appeal on his latest video so hopefully that will bring you in some more money to do good stuff with

    Daniel PlayleDaniel Playle3 months ago
  • Just curious, but can all of your crops take the crushing forces of piling to the height of the new bin? That's what, 35 feet vertical stack height? No danger of crushing the bottom layers?

    CheopisCheopis3 months ago
    • All crops can take it except fruit

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
    • @Robert Welker Not the bins, the grains. Can all your different grain types be stored to full bin height without crushing the bottom layers?

      CheopisCheopis2 months ago
    • Engineered for the forces

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Welker and Fast Ag, what a great team, I'm in.

    Rawhide AdventuresRawhide Adventures3 months ago
  • You could put some flags on the gas well pipes to make them easier to see.

    Daniel TaylorDaniel Taylor3 months ago
  • Amazing! Great job!

    Kathleen MKathleen M3 months ago
  • Name and shame the operator

    R AR A3 months ago
  • Enjoying the humour from the Old Boy 👌

    R AR A3 months ago
  • Don't know if someone else has said it but, that phone call segment was really well done the transitions was basically seamless and the audio was great.

    GoldPicardGoldPicard3 months ago
  • Extra grease in that bearing for sure

    wbball15wbball153 months ago
  • You don’t have enough storage that you have to bag now wow

    Rory WeberRory Weber3 months ago
  • You need a trump 2020 flag!!

    Samuel HoldenSamuel Holden3 months ago
  • it was also really bad were I live in Illinois

    Kamden HolldorfKamden Holldorf3 months ago
  • Is there a benefit to bagging the grain as opposed to storing in the bins? Are the bags more sealed from ambient air exposure than the bins?

    Derek PayneDerek Payne3 months ago
    • Permanent storage is best but bags are a quick solution for storing extra for a few months

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Use your drone for reconnaissance!

    Joop TerwijnJoop Terwijn3 months ago
  • C'mon guys we only need 10k out of their 400k subscribers to give $10 and we'd be at $100k and blow this thing out of the water! I donated but the missed the note part, guess it wasn't obvious enough for me.

    Jake C.Jake C.3 months ago
  • The world looking up from say a nine year old boys face is huge.. really its small when you see how we are all connected to each other as no one job is the most important unless it comes to family..... the best job is family. Glad to see you guys pulling each other up an no one is down for long. Platitudes of speech best served by action. I'd say its time to get a dog to keep Cobbie on his toes. A youngster to keep rabbits under control. Where do you stop as we are so busy and self important.... ya, get the dog as some of you when older will say best thing I ever did was rescue a dog who's future is in doubt and those winds have got to of left some homeless.

    Morgan AdairMorgan Adair3 months ago
  • That header is showing some reel damage.

    James RoundingJames Rounding3 months ago
  • Hello from Iowa. This is first video I've watched since getting Internet back today (19 days without it). We here in Iowa appreciate what you doing to help us out here. We were hit with a real body blow. This was not a love tap. It was total system impact! Yes I was without power for a week, Cell phones coverage was spotty at best for about 3 days. Trees were down all over the place and on things. I could go on and on but it would be too much to write here. Would love to meet you guys some time. And thanks again from here in the heartland of America. Sincerely

    Timothy StevensTimothy Stevens3 months ago
  • sick of the iowa senators not voting for the people i am so i made my mind up and now i need your help please fill in the oval box and write in Kent Keller for Iowa senator he was a navy veteran that served on the U.S.S. IOWA BB-61 for some yrs while active duty and a general eng. contractor that even donated to the hospital in council bluffs iowa while doing a project there almost 200,000.00 dollars i bet joni or greenfield did not do any of this and he grew up on the small farm and was a farmer for his grandparents as well running hogs and cattle and wheat and soybeans and milo for crops i bet joni did not cut over 1000 pigs herself i bet all small companies greenfield will destroy them since she push them out for big box stores and that kill iowa the nation was built on small companies backs so lets keep iowa this way and make the good old Iowa a greater place to live with stronger future and bring other small companies back here. i ask joni for help when i was a victim of identity she said sorry can not help you... the entire state said the same thing when you buy land an a house as a project to fix good old grandpa house up from renter destroying it and then become a victim of major corruption and vandalized non stop and identity theft, and state of kansas refuse to do anything what is a man to do for almost 19 yrs of corruption and theft from title of home stolen and funds from district attorney officer i hired as lawyer on land and house deal, and local cops and sheriff in cult group and judge step son was a local drug dealer and he drunk on bench and on the take of drug sales, and they want me to look up to this corruption people I SAY HELL NO i fought for this county no freaking way i went to legal aid in iowa and she was so bad she did not even know what a federal irs loss form was so they put every thing as income what a nightmare its been but i still help some of the veteran disable vets out now and then when i can i have my limits as well. i did get hurt while deployed but i am not holding against any iowa people since they was not from here in this great state i have great neighbors and farms and land owners and towns people here we all get a long but we do need over site in all law enforcement i can see that in this nation not police looking over police a complete different division of over site more bios that reviews all facts. and regulations, and this goes all the way from local police to the attorney general office. i am sorry i have to put it in hard words but crime was done they need to do the time... to pay for there crimes.. I do miss the tractor and freedom of going around and around in the field and the smell of fresh turned dirt in the field as all farmers do. and building small structures i done storm sewers boxes for yrs and also retro fit homes and even commercial property retro fits so as a contractor i done tons of work from federal to highway to commercial and homes and deal with people one on one and no issue and i enjoy meeting people and seeing how they do things and what they might need to help them make there lives better , i would make sure they get the help they need so write kent keller in for iowa state senator and fill in oval office i dont have funding like the other ladies since i not on the party ticket but they woke me up and i have to help this great nation out of a jam again i will do so....

    Meanold bonbonMeanold bonbon3 months ago
  • You guys want to watch metal getting bent check out the Pakistani Truck channel...

    Matthew TaylorMatthew Taylor3 months ago
  • Leg arms can you show how your light works on the grain auger

    uncle tmanuncle tman3 months ago
  • Yall are awesome just started watching your channel I was actually playing farm simulator 17 and seen your farm on there and looked it up. Also donated to the fund raiser good luck

    Jeremy MoultonJeremy Moulton3 months ago
    • Thanks Jeremy, blessings

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • I met welker farms

    Haihai GamingHaihai Gaming3 months ago
  • guys I donated 1.72 to you forgot to put name after it sorry did not pay attention but you have it now

    helltrucker gamerhelltrucker gamer3 months ago
  • How come your using grain bags when you have already put up 3 new bins?

    Jason MonkJason Monk3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker 👍👍👍👍

      Jason MonkJason Monk2 months ago
    • Needed 35k more

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Am I the only one that thinks Nick looks like eminem with a beard

    Devun RobinsonDevun Robinson3 months ago
  • EVEN MORE extra space with those bags, even after you got 3 new bins?!?!

    DeutschehordeneliteDeutschehordenelite3 months ago
    • Needed about 35k

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Why don't you get actual work pants so they don't rip as easy? @Nick

    DeutschehordeneliteDeutschehordenelite3 months ago
  • Hey Nick, I know you have probably heard this a thousand times but after watching you guys for many many years it just dawned on me why you look so familiar, you are the Chris Martin of the farming world!! 👍🏻😁 love what you all do, I eagerly wait for the next upload each week 😁

    Ade’s EventsAde’s Events3 months ago
  • Those grain bagger would be a great help with the grain storage for those that lost their grain bends back East.

    Justin MillsJustin Mills3 months ago
  • Thank you for using your platform to help people that have been affected by the storm.

    Justin MillsJustin Mills3 months ago
  • Did 25 so hope that helps. great cause, good going gents and lets see a bald chin

    Richard McElligottRichard McElligott3 months ago
  • FARMERS HELPING FARMERS.....THE AMERICAN WAY! Paul Harvey said it best. GOD BLESS THE FARMER

    Buz WyerBuz Wyer3 months ago
  • What are the grain bags used for? I thought the grain was going in the new buns!

    tcraseytcrasey3 months ago
    • It did and 3 bags full

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Check out Blue Lake Plastics from central MN for all your bagging needs! They carry a large supply of bags

    Nevin ZimmermanNevin Zimmerman3 months ago
  • I feel like CASE should match however much you raise

    Logan YouTubeLogan YouTube3 months ago
  • Three new bins and you are bagging?? Must be a great year for yields!

    strolnstroln3 months ago
  • I was in central Iowa today and the damage is truly heartbreaking

    Brian FitzpatrickBrian Fitzpatrick3 months ago
  • I wanna see 10k more subs for Tony too....he has a great channel!

    Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston3 months ago
  • I got the Welker farm sticker today put it on my truck thanks for sending it to me

    Branden MccBranden Mcc3 months ago
    • Awesome!

      Welker FarmsWelker Farms2 months ago
  • That looks like a lot of fun that's awesome!

    Cedric BroussardCedric Broussard3 months ago
  • Do you ever toss some wheat in your mouth and enjoy an ingredient of chewing gum??? An old memory of combining wheat!

    jim kroghjim krogh3 months ago
    • Yup

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Out of all the farming channels I believe yours is the most "polished". Editing is on point, audio is great and your able to keep the video moving nicely.

    Field RowsField Rows3 months ago
  • I live is Shellsburg Iowa, just heading your comments and concerns means more than you’ll ever know, the storm was a total devastation, but we are Iowans we’re proud of where we’re from, love this land we will rebuild and life will go back to normal! Thank you all

    Dc FarmsDc Farms3 months ago
  • hey legarms... so you wanna show how you put together that red light for stopping over the pit?

    Ct StromskiCt Stromski3 months ago
  • Thank you for helping Iowa! I rode out the 140mph winds in a machine shed and roof was ripped off and sides started to go next. Lol luckily we made it. But thank you again for helping my fellow Iowans #Iowastrong 💪🏼love your videos 😀

    Hawks55Hawks553 months ago
  • Are there plans for winter wheat? I would think you would like to get winter wheat planted if possible to space out your wheat harvest.

    brett wynnebrett wynne3 months ago
    • Depends if we receive rain

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • So I'm going to donate $50, but any chance I can score a Welker hat out of the deal?

    BryanBryan3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker that's ok, I was still happy to donate to the farmers out there in Iowa. Praying they get back on their feet soon. See, I work in grocery distribution for Kroger here in WA State so it's you farmers that grow the food that I deliver to the stores, so I appreciate every one of you. God bless.

      BryanBryan2 months ago
    • We dont handle hats at farm. Through web site

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Keep up the good work guys!!!

    Art AyersArt Ayers3 months ago
  • This famers wife is doing the same thing for food and gas cards

    James PekarekJames Pekarek3 months ago
  • 7:08 i have said a couple other places... 'that is a SWEEEEEEEEEEEETTT auger!!!!!' and 'that thing is sweeeet' yea still is ELEVATE not escalate!!! (TM ALX_MKL)

    Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
    • is that you'alls first hands on for the ''grain bag'' thang??? they cool new tech from my perspective ;) and that ''stretch gauge'' i saw someone else talking baout while filing it... that stuffs cool!!! can it hold all season??? prolly lots more controllable than ''the big shed'' tho right????

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
    • 11:03 GORRILLA TAPE Is all cool ...for a while... till that FIRST CORNER starts to roll... and ''grabs something'' WQATCHOUT ITS A TRAP !!!! ouch....

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
    • i donno... i think one of those BIG bumblebees (wink wink) would look pretty sweet on that big red 'harversterer' (combine) ;) just saying...

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
    • 7:49 MORE LIGHTS MORE LIGHTS!!! ;) and reflective tape on the power poles!!!!!!!!!!! (I just tunk that one... *I* would do that ...now... ;) )

      Alex MikhaelAlex Mikhael3 months ago
  • What do you do with he plastic bags when they are full of grain?

    Frenchie FrenchFrenchie French3 months ago
    • They are a one time use. Bury them

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Hints of epic shots and music again!!! LOVE IT ..... Love the BIG SKY COUNTRY!!!

    Neal LetourneauNeal Letourneau3 months ago
  • Very nice drone footage at the end!

    gopurdue02gopurdue023 months ago
  • On your combine head. S--t happens Flintstone. and remember farming feels good

    Don FlintDon Flint3 months ago
  • Start an only fans for the combines and other machines 😂. Then donate the money to the Iowa fundraiser. If we hit $50k then Nick or Scott shaved their heads (rock paper scissors) and $100k they both do it.

    AT GamingAT Gaming3 months ago
  • @welkersfarms this is TOTALLYY off topic but i really want to see ya'll demo the Bourgault Model 71300 for next seeding. Pls make it happen. Not that Iam a customer for such but the worlds largest air cart... needs to come to your farm for a visit!

    Daniel PooreDaniel Poore3 months ago
  • Scott mentioned the smell of the grain and I was instantly back in wheat harvest 30 years ago. I swear I could smell it again. Thanks for the trip back in time.

    NotvaporlockedNotvaporlocked3 months ago
  • so wow combining powerpoles is not a good idea😝

    Per Olav HairsteadPer Olav Hairstead3 months ago
  • Poor power pole what did that poor pole do to you other than help carry to your shop and house 😢 😉

    SJ KSJ K3 months ago
  • 11:20 SO glad you explained how them fingers worked. We never get to see the action on them well.

    George LaddGeorge Ladd3 months ago
  • Done!!!

    Jay RoyeJay Roye3 months ago
  • Very nice video, thank you.

    Irene SilversIrene Silvers3 months ago
  • how is the wheat yielding Bob

    Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep3 months ago
    • @Robert Welker that is a big ouch. our dead corn after insurance 31 bushel per acre usual avg is 195-215 bushels per acre.

      Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep2 months ago
    • Rerop and hailed 25, 30 to 45 rest

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • get a big cse ih 380 tractor to use lol

    Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep3 months ago
  • lol get a new pair of jeans lol.

    Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep3 months ago
  • I live about 20 minutes from where the Derecho hit.

    Eric TempusEric Tempus3 months ago
  • Do a Trump flag please🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

    Dylan DahlkeDylan Dahlke3 months ago
  • Did you buy the cart

    Carson HuirasCarson Huiras3 months ago
    • No, demo

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • Reflective tape on the power poles? Say two foot long strips vertically on the pole all around it, or horizontally with 4-5 stripes.

    Brad TaylorBrad Taylor3 months ago
  • How many hectares do you farm?

    Attila 003Attila 0033 months ago
    • 10,000 acres, 4000 hec

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
  • A small farm from NC is also doing a fundraiser. Look at their youtube site Thes Farm Wife. They have over $ 7,500 raised also through their store.

    Barry HumphreyBarry Humphrey3 months ago
  • Loftness from Hector Minnesota Right now where I grew up

    sche0707sche07073 months ago
  • Donated $10, all the way from Scotland. Huge damage I’ve seen, PLEASE DONATE, EVERY PENNY HELPS. Welkers Farms

    Mark StaigMark Staig3 months ago
    • 👍

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker2 months ago
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