Peterson Farm Brothers
February 26, 2020 | View PDF
The Peterson Farm Brothers have been a strong voice for agriculture while entertaining through videos and in concert over the last seven years. They will share their message at this year’s MonDak Ag Days’ banquet on Friday, March 13.
“We will be performing parody music and talk about how we pretty much started promoting farming,” leader of the group Greg Peterson said.
He said the group has performed in more than 40 states. Their parody videos have attracted more than 100 million viewers on Facebook and YouTube.
“I do all the writing and production of the videos,” Greg said. “Ideas come when I’m just working on the farm and thinking creatively.”
The Peterson Farm Brothers’ first video was “I’m Farming and I Grow it.” Their recent hits have included “Pasture Road (Old Town Road Parody),” and “Crazy Grain (Crazy Train Parody).”
Their performances have resulted a solid following. “We’ve been recognized for a couple of things,” Greg said. “We’re just trying to promote agriculture whether it’s through our videos or posts or in person.”
They have done blogs on topics such as GMOS, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, animal welfare and organic food.
The Petersons work a fifth-generation farm in Assaria, Kan., where they raise beef cattle and have wheat, corn and alfalfa crops.
“We look forward to coming to Montana and meeting some new people,” Greg said. “We will provide entertainment as well as education and inspiration.”
Tickets for the banquet at the Richland County Fair Event Center are $45. Tickets are available at the Sidney Chamber, Richland County Extension office, Stockman Bank, Tri-County Implement or by going online to http://www.sidneymt.com.