All I Do Is Farm — Environmental Responsibility in Song

PetersonKansas-based Peterson Farm Brothers — Gregory, Nathan and Kendal — haven’t just put together a fun new parody video, but they’re also using their music and blog to help share a message of environmental stewardship and sustainability. The latest song, “All I do is Farm,” seen below, is just as much fun as past parodies, but this video is peppered with comments on no-till, precision farming and decreasing water and nutrient erosion.

Related: Greg Peterson on parody videos, agvocating and farming

Greg Peterson has an accompanying blog post to go with the video that spells out the importance the farm places on no-till, water management and incorporating livestock into their farm. In the post, Peterson talks about their use of technology (both crop-based and machinery-based) and the role technology plays in conserving or reducing inputs, recognizing these are contentious issues for consumers. Click here to read that blog post, and enjoy the video below!

Click here to see the video!


Lyndsey Smith

Lyndsey Smith is a field editor for RealAgriculture. A self-proclaimed agnerd, Lyndsey is passionate about all things farming but is especially thrilled by agronomy and livestock production.


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