You might have an idea that farming is not a very fun way to make a living, but three brothers recently showed that this doesn’t have to be the case. Greg, Nathan, and Kendal are brothers that farm for a living. When the trio recently decided to poke some fun at their own lives as well as put a cool spin on farming, the Peterson Farm Bros were born. The brothers have found a niche by rewriting the lyrics of popular songs, giving them a farm-related twist, and making hilarious videos.
A popular parody created by the Peterson Farm Bros is a mashup of “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae”) by Silento, “Hit The Quan” by ILoveMemphis, and “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson. In their funny video, the farming brothers rock their farmer tans and depict many of the farming activities that they participate in on a daily basis. The end result is a very entertaining look behind the scenes at what it takes to put food on the table each day in America.
The Peterson Farm Bros quite obviously care about what they do and also understand the importance of farmers to the nation. It is refreshing to see them blend seriousness and humor to create something that will resonate with viewers and perhaps give them a new respect for farmers.