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Rancher Plays Trombone Until the Cows Come Home

August 5, 2014
By: Wyatt Bechtel, Dairy Today google + 

Agriculture YouTube sensation Derek Klingenberg is at it again with a video of him calling his cattle in with a trombone set to the tune of the hit pop song "Royals" by Lorde.

Klingenberg starts the video out by asking the viewers to be quiet and then takes a seat in his lawn chair before looking towards a hill with nothing in sight. Upon playing the first few chords of "Royals" a crowd of bovine groupies starts to appear and begins surrounding Klingenberg.

 

The brass instrument playing Kansas farmer has 1.2 million views on the video as of 9:30 a.m. CST on Tuesday, August 5, but this isn't the first time Klingenberg has found YouTube fame for his musical prowess. He went viral with his version of "What Does the Fox Say?" when he turned it into "What Does the Farmer Say?" this past fall.

Klingenberg has a number of other funny videos on his YouTube channel where he has parodied popular songs like "Happy", "Timber", and "Thrift Shop".

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