Peterson Farm Bros: Fall in full-swing
With harvest wrapping up, it’s on to wheat planting for the Peterson Farm Brothers.
Peterson Farm Brothers | FacebookThe Peterson Farm Brothers The famous farming trio showed viewers that planting isn’t as simple as putting seed into a group. A lot of work and effort goes into planting a crop, including cleaning seed, calibrating the drill and plant the seed.
In the end, however, the end of October marks the end of a hectic season.
“By the end of October, our wheat finally got enough rain to sprout. And it looks like it will make it through the winter. But you never really know what’s going to happen.”
“The end of October is the time when a farmer can step and see what all has happened in the last few months. There have been so many obstacles to overcome. So many decisions that have been made.”
“Feeding the people in the world isn’t an easy task, but it is a noble one. And that is why we love our job. That is why we love the life of a farmer.”
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The trio’s other parodies of "I'm Sexy and I Know It," “Gangnam Style,” “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” and “Sail” have been seen more than 23 million times on YouTube, and there is little doubt that this will also quickly become popular among agricultural producers and consumers.
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