“Farm It Maybe” parody set to go viral

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A future dairy farmer is making waves as the next pro-agriculture parody making waves in the mainstream media. Unlike the Peterson brothers of “I’m Farming and I Grow It” fame, this music video is thanks to a pint-sized 9-year old nicknamed Lil Fred.”

The video, recorded by Fred’s 18-year old brother Justin, takes on Carly Rae Jepson’s “Call Me Maybe” song.

His version – “Farm It Maybe” – was filmed at the family’s dairy farms. As of Thursday afternoon, the video had already been viewed more than 50,000 times.

A few verses from the song include  

       “I’m a Farm Boy, And here's my Holstein.”

       “It's just a heifer; It has no baby.”

       “Hey, drink this milk; It'll keep ya healthy.”

       “Cause owning a cow can be pricey, just don't be mean- Treat em' nicely.”



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