Peterson Brothers Most-Read Story in July

CHICAGO, IL (August 4, 2014) — A story about three Kansas brothers who have become international celebrities after their parody videos went viral was the most-read Covenant News Service item in July.

The Peterson brothers made the parody music video “I’m a Farmer, and I Grow It” for families and friends, but it attracted millions of viewers within a week. They have since become ambassadors for farming, speaking at regional and international conferences. Their original video and subsequent productions have attracted more than 30 million viewers.

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