They're three brothers from central Kansas who farm with their parents. Six years ago, they were trying to find a unique way to promote the farming industry and used their talents to create parody music videos about farming. The brothers, Greg, Nathan, and Kendal, have grown up in six years. Two of them are now married men. Their sister Laura can also be seen in several of their videos.

Their parody of "Gangnam Style" by Psy called "Farmer Style" has garnered over 17 million YouTube view. "I'm Farming and I Grow It," the parody to LMFAO's "I'm Sexy and I Know It" has been viewed over 10 million times. Their 2013 parody video to Katy Perry's "Roar" has a special tribute to South Dakota farmers at the end. It was dedicated to the farmers and ranchers of South Dakota who lost entire cattle herds in Winter Storm Atlas.

The brothers travel around the country speaking to about what makes farming important. During a recent stop in North Dakota, my cousin Darla was able to meet them and got a picture autographed for me.

Darla Comp/Used with Permission
Darla Cameron/Used with Permission

The brothers just released their newest parody video and this time they channel AC/DC. "Thunderstruck" has been turned into "Tractor Stuck." Anyone who farms more than likely has experienced getting a tractor stuck. The video features the boys pulling out their John Deere and then having a little fun in the mud afterwards.

Check out all of their videos and read more about their mission to educate others about farming on their website.


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