Overpass & Over Moisture - Harvest Episode 5

Welker Farms Inc
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We are well on our way harvesting wheat. If not for saw fly damage we would be moving along faster but overall it has been a good season to date. Yields are lower but with the lack of rainfall we are not surprised. And then there are those massive 45ft headers!
Beastbine crazy bright lights are Thomas HP4 and HP5 LEDs:
- www.larsenlights.com/hp-4-oval
Special thanks to AgriCover for setting us up with,
Roltec Electric Tarp Conversion:
- www.agricover.com/rolltarps/roltec/
Roltec Electric Hopper Conversion:
Special thanks to Dakota Micro for setting us up with AgCam:
- dakotamicro.com/imaging-technology/agcam/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI1s2z0fHk4wIVk8BkCh2ZKwRJEAAYASAAEgKhU_D_BwE
Check out Demco aluminum trailers here:
- www.demco-products.com/trailers/grain-trailers/aluminum-grain-trailer/
Check out Frielings equipment here:
- www.frielingagequipment.com/
Beastbine's massive tires are Titan LSW 1400:
- www.titan-intl.com/TiresVsTracks
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P.O. Box 771, Shelby, MT, 59474
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Aug 17, 2019




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Welker Farms Inc
Welker Farms Inc 6 months ago
By request we will try to post links to music used in videos! These links will normally be found at the bottom of the description of each video. SONGS USED IN VIDEO -------------- www.epidemicsound.com/track/2qdhPGwGyI www.epidemicsound.com/track/FaW5hxGTLh soundcloud.com/epidemicsound/battle-cry-3-by-gustavsson-sandberg-1 artlist.io/song/11290/invincible
James McCowan
James McCowan 3 months ago
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Bathurst Trainspotting
Hey Nick would you be able to link the music you used in the “Beautiful trailer for a Beautiful truck” vid plz
Hunter 747
Hunter 747 6 months ago
R. B.1994
R. B.1994 6 months ago
I've expected that. Cool 👍
Jesse Goodnight
Jesse Goodnight 6 months ago
Welker Farms Inc yo Hollywood, so uh, where is that 3rd combine from the post huh????
Metroplex 2428
Metroplex 2428 3 days ago
Well instead of running those things. Why don't you try using a air system for the headers. The millennial farmer uses a air system on his combine
Rocky Bryant
Rocky Bryant Month ago
I would like to see some video from behind the header going over the guard rail and cattle guard
Jeff Month ago
What variety wheat are you growing? Solid stem?
Barbara Stedillie
Why do you throw the rocks back on the ground?
Barbara Stedillie
Welker Farms Inc , oh geez, had no idea the magnitude of the rocks you deal with! Thanks so much for responding.
Welker Farms Inc
Imagine taking a bucket of water from the ocean in hopes of depleting it... And then realizing even if you spent your entire existence you can never put a dent into it... That is what rock removal is like here, if it isn't larger than say a basketball, we don't mess with them as each field has hundreds of thousands of rocks.
Petar Vojvodic
Petar Vojvodic 2 months ago
Nice 😁
speterbilt 2 months ago
These videos are awesome! Time to go be a farmer. I cant get enough of these videos. Just fantastic
Jayd Flett
Jayd Flett 3 months ago
why are their back tires on backwards
Charlie Penney
Charlie Penney 3 months ago
This is a map on farming simulator! Didn’t know it was a real place
Big Boar
Big Boar 3 months ago
This video brought back memories. Thanks
Tyler Sebring
Tyler Sebring 3 months ago
I love the case ih
SilverStone 3 months ago
Today I had whole grain cereal for breakfast, a burger with soft buns for lunch, and some toast with my soup for supper, thanks guys!
SWITCH UNKNOWN 3 months ago
Why do you chop the straw why don’t you bale it
Bill Whitman
Bill Whitman 3 months ago
You should try and get some of Wes Pandy's (Onelonelyfarmer) banjo music.
James Harber
James Harber 3 months ago
Having grown up on a 2-bottom plow-size grain and livestock farm in the Midwest I am in awe of the size of your machinery, and the (to me) huge number of acres you all have under cultivation! Watching this video there was a long, clear, overhead shot of the multi-line electric power lines running across your land which caused me to wonder about the rate you folks have to pay for power because of the unusually expensive cost to the power company to run and maintain those lines with only a handful of customers utilizing the electricity from those power lines. However, living in that absolutely beautiful “Big Sky Country” I expect that a higher light bill would be a small price to pay for living there. I wish you three generations of Welkers continued success!!!
Sidney Lutz
Sidney Lutz 3 months ago
been a horrible harvest up in northern Alberta. we got about averaged about 7 bushels an acre for peas this year :( but damn that wheat is short
Aidan Autry
Aidan Autry 3 months ago
The combine has at least 500 more horsepower with the American flag
Keegan McKenna
Keegan McKenna 4 months ago
The tailgate is the most Merica thing I have seen in my life.
Iggy 4 months ago
where are all the trees at
JOSHUAK71 4 months ago
"Roll Coal Cam" I could watch that all day. Thanks for the videos. Takes me back to helping Grandad on his Farm in Floyds Knobs Indiana.
Kayla C
Kayla C 4 months ago
I seriously wished i would have been driving on that interstate at the moment yall were doing that. That would have been amazing to witness.
Nathan Long
Nathan Long 4 months ago
Not to dis farmers but I don't understand why they don't need a special license to drive a semi if they stay within a 150 mile radius or if they have to cross state lines.
Dave Iauco
Dave Iauco 4 months ago
For as hard as a farming family has to work...one of the blessings (yes, blessings) it gets in return is the opportunity to have lunch together in the field. Boys, enjoy these moments with the little ones, before you know it they’ll be grown.
Marcus Koone
Marcus Koone 4 months ago
I miss lunch in the field the most honestly. We only had a small farm but our equipment was way small as well. And did alot by hand lol. Still loved every min of it.
AcousticTheory 4 months ago
I wonder if there is a way to vacuum up the stems on the ground and blow them into the intake of the combine for threshing.
Epicdueds 360
Epicdueds 360 4 months ago
My John deer got stuck yesterday so I have to get it unstuck and my spreader got stuck to and during the winter I play your game farm sim 19
Epicdueds 360
Epicdueds 360 4 months ago
I love you i am a farmer
Sam Wagner
Sam Wagner 4 months ago
Man, that is some beautiful land. I grew up farming on my grandparents farm in bonners ferry Idaho. They raised cattle and had an alfalfa field, the whole farm was about 250 acres. I can’t imagine having as much land as you guys have. That’s amazing
Laurie Slaathaug
Laurie Slaathaug 4 months ago
Awesome work Nick!
dieseldawg45 4 months ago
How bout that interstate traffic! haha
Farming Missouri
Farming Missouri 4 months ago
Is there rain that is not wet? 😂
Jon R
Jon R 4 months ago
What a wonderful tradition that is to have lunch in the field with all the family. Very nice!
jay sidhu
jay sidhu 4 months ago
the best part of the day is when you get to eat lunch with your family in your farm after working together .....and the food tastes a million times better than any 5 star restaurants. I love farming
540 OffRoad
540 OffRoad 4 months ago
Gotta build a vacuum truck into your combine
bobby Troy
bobby Troy 5 months ago
at 14:23 is it just me or did we have little incident with that sign haha, sneaky sneaky with the editing cut if so sorry to blow up your spot lmao, but hey shit happens keep them vids a coming ;P
barry mueller
barry mueller 5 months ago
what brand was the black "modern" moisture testing instrument?
Massimo Pecile
Massimo Pecile 5 months ago
With that big combines they not have computer and gps for tracking humidity and buschel for acres? Buy a afs!
Demid Ermak
Demid Ermak 5 months ago
6:00 super cool cut. I wish I would see more of those.
Adolf Kitler
Adolf Kitler 5 months ago
As a kid farm equipment always scared me but always intrigued me. I wanted to drive them but didnt want to get anywhere near the working ends
R Green
R Green 5 months ago
Dad had them on the AC 60 pull type combine to pick up down wheat in NY
Lewis Muirhead
Lewis Muirhead 5 months ago
love the videos man
John Banks
John Banks 5 months ago
I like to eat lunch with you guys & the family in the field in the future.
Joe Scheller
Joe Scheller 5 months ago
rule no 1 you may have to make different rules. you take off and go fishing for a few when you think its time to go. you just cant fool or hurry ma nature
Joe Scheller
Joe Scheller 5 months ago
you may consider using the rock rollers we started using them for soybeans in our country which enabled us to plant them they push them fist sise and smaller into dirt so we can shave the ground.
Joe Smith
Joe Smith 5 months ago
This is illegal and grossly negligent
Bryan S
Bryan S 5 months ago
Hay where that stop sign go?
Gene Murphy
Gene Murphy 5 months ago
Strange lights above a Montana Freeway and crop 🔗
Chris Hall
Chris Hall 5 months ago
Great video Nick.
Will Bernhardt
Will Bernhardt 5 months ago
I am on my ps4 now and I am playing farming simulator 19 and I am on the welker farms map. I like it. It is really fun.
Thomas Blaikner
Thomas Blaikner 5 months ago
Nice to see a case header on a case. If they wanted a macdon header on it I’m sure it would have came from the factory with it.
Gene Murphy
Gene Murphy 5 months ago
At 7:00ish did you throw that rock back on the ground? If you’ve collected it you should take it home to grow in the home garden Thanx from the left coast near the Krapitol of California Did you know we have a frog tunnel under Interstate 80 in Davis CA. FYI great Agriculture museum in Woodland CA just north of the Krapitol of California
ivana dzinic
ivana dzinic 5 months ago
In Montana you don't have trees? I watching your video but can't see any tree
Robert Welker
Robert Welker 5 months ago
Probably 1/3 of the state is forest with pine and cottonwood trees. 1/3 is cottonwood river bottoms and brush, 1 /3 is grass or farm land. The last is us
John Banks
John Banks 5 months ago
In the future I want to go to church with you & your family every Sundays & eat meals to gather every day & eat lunch with Nick Walker every day at the shop or out in the field or in the combine with Nick.
John Doe
John Doe 5 months ago
Robert so why not spray for the sawfly? Your loss this year was enough to justify a application. I saw y'all putting on the "pea vine lifts" to salvage to damaged crop; was there enough mature grain in the downed stocks of wheat to justify the damage/risk to your "new machines". I currenged when I watched rocks in the header/spout of your "new" combines and thought, "this cannot be worth it". It's all good. Here in the greatest Republic in America, TEXAS
Robert Welker
Robert Welker 5 months ago
There is no spray for the flies that would be economical. The lifters are for downed crop and we picked up almost all of it. The damage was just on the cutting knives which we are very use too. Many farmers around here do the same. But thanks for giving us suggestions.
Daniel Barrett
Daniel Barrett 5 months ago
I see areas up here in Alberta where there is grain fields knocked down. Is that wind damage from thunder storms or saw flies?
Daniel Barrett
Daniel Barrett 5 months ago
@Robert Welker After watching your vids and not being a farmer but observing over then years a lightbulb went off. Thank you. I enjoy your vids.
Robert Welker
Robert Welker 5 months ago
I suspect sawfly.
Zaxit Y
Zaxit Y 5 months ago
Gay's you are amazing!!!))))
BIGRAMBO96 5 months ago
That’s great to see everyone in the end eating together like a big family 🤘🏼
xxtothemoviesxx 5 months ago
So did the second combine take out the stop sign after crossing the overpass. TS 14:20
Robert Welker
Robert Welker 5 months ago
No but the new demo combine did.
Chip Altman
Chip Altman 5 months ago
Two rocks an u break even on the bright side u can leave um off an feed the birds
William Nelson
William Nelson 5 months ago
Flying the colors is a nice touch.
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