It’s One Of The Most Popular Songs This Year. But When These Young Farmers Sing It? Hilarious!

Three young farmers – Greg, Nathan, and Kendal – share a hilarious inside look at their lives as farmers through their creative parody of popular songs. Known as the Peterson Farm Bros, this trio rewrites the lyrics of popular songs to be farmer-themed.

They parody “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” by Silento, “Hit The Quan” by ILoveMemphis, and “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson. The mashup they create is both highly entertaining and creative. These three brothers show various farm activities that they do on a daily basis. It’s a hilarious glimpse inside the day-to-day tasks for our nation’s farmers, who are vital parts of our nation’s food ecosystem.

It’s clear that these three brothers are very passionate about farming. They showcase how they use corn and how they tend to their cows. Like the chorus of their parody says, “farmers feed the world,” and the Peterson bros make it very clear.

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