A small, town Kansas Farm boy is sending an agriculture message across the globe.
"I'm Farming and I Grow It" has generated million of hits on YouTube.
Ag Reporter Sarah Gustin visits with the creator of this unique YouTube sensation.
Greg Peterson is just an ordinary farm boy with a passion for agriculture.
Until, he transformed the lyrics of the famous hit--- I'm sexy and I know" to be all about agriculture.
(Greg Peterson / "I'm Farming and I Grow It" Creator) "I was in college at K State and we were at a restaurant and the song came on, "I am Sexy and I know It" and I was like oh this song again!! So I changed the words to I am farming and I know it and then I am farming and I grow it and I was just cracking my friends up because I am known as the farm kid. They were like you should make a whole music video--I don't know if they were joking or not."
Greg and his brothers with his sister behind the camera have spread the story of agriculture across the globe.
Thanks to Greg's unique song writing skills and his brothers willingness to act the Peterson Brother's are now a YouTube sensation.
(Greg Peterson / "I'm Farming and I Grow It" Creator) "I rewrote the whole song. took a couple days to rewrite. I didn't really know what I was doing, there was no pressure, I was just messing around. I took it home to my brothers and they were like, oh wow...ok. Filmed over a process of 3 weeks and the rest is history."
A video that Greg hoped might generate 100-thousand hits, has tallied up more than 8 million.
And his most recent ag hit is a rewrite of "Gangnam style" has already surpassed 12 million.
(Greg Peterson / "I'm Farming and I Grow It" Creator) "We would work all day on the farm and I would ask my dad, hey dad can you let us off like 30 mins early before the sun goes down so we have enough light to film a few scenes? He's like, film a few scenes of what? When we finished the video and they saw it they were really impressed. But I don't think they had any idea, neither did we of the magnitude of what would happen."
The YouTube video has taken Greg and his brothers across the country.
Fox News even flew them to New York for an interview.
Greg graduates this May with a major in Agriculture Communications and a minor in music.
He plans to come home and take over the family farm.