Parody alert: What does the farmer say?
Kansas is one of the nation’s top agricultural states, and some of its ranchers are producing pro-agriculture parodies that are rocking the nation.
The Peterson Farm Brothers of Assaria, Kan., made national news last year with their hit parody of LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I know it,” but just an hour to the southeast is another rancher – Derek Klingenberg - who recently released his parody of “The Fox” by Ylvis.
In his parody he asks, “What does the farmer say?
Among the lyrics:
“Big blue skies, straight corn rows/working nights and dirty clothes/calloused hands working lands/taking care of fertile soil”
“Next time you eat/ Your Food of your choice/ Listen for the farmers voice.”
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