Peterson Farm Bros. wrap up farming series
Peterson Farm Brothers | FacebookThe Peterson Farm Brothers The Peterson Farm Bros., a trio of young Kansas ranchers, shot to fame in 2012 with their parody of “I’m Sexy and I Know It.” The popular hit landed them in the national media spotlight, bringing agriculture directly to disconnected consumers.
Once they have the public’s attention, the group decided to take advocacy into their own hands by releasing monthly videos chronically the life of America’s hardworking farmers.
From the chill of winter to the summer heat waves, they documented exactly what it takes to feed a nation.
The theme song, embedded above or accessed here, wraps up the series. The trio is now selling the informational videos on DVD. Click here for more.
Each video is also available online:
In addition to “I’m Sexy and I Know It,” the trio also released parodies of “Roar,” “Gangnam Style,” “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” and “Sail.” Together, these parodies have been seen nearly 24 million times on YouTube. They also recently performed in front of a crowd of young European farmers in Germany.
Fans of the Peterson Farm Bros. are both urban and rural, with many praising the trio for their work.
“Please keep it up. You guys are the future and I thank you,” one person wrote on the group’s Facebook page.
“Appreciate you young men bringing awareness to an awesome life,” another added.
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