The Farm-to-Table Movement (of Massive Scale) Has Its Own Video Now, Courtesy of the Peterson Brothers

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Guess what Kansas boys are doing this summer? Promoting the farm-to-table movement with their own tantalizing farm video. In a parody to LMFAO's "I'm Sexy and I Know It" the three Peterson brothers, wearing purple K-State shirts,

of course

, made a video and rewrote the words to "I'm Farming and I Grow It."

The video, which the American Farm Bureau Federation posted Tuesday, shows the boys working on their massive farm, driving tractors and working cattle. Then, they cut to a family dinner where they're enjoying a big family meal together -- eating steak and taters, of course.

They even took their show on the road to a local grocery store where they pointed out some goods that farmers, like themselves, help bring to market, like ribs and Wheaties, of course.

Who needs clubs with pretty girls staring at them when they can have hungry cattle staring at them? And who needs passion in their pants when they can have passion for their plants.

Take a few minutes to appreciate all the hard work going on by strapping young men in the middle of the country.

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