The Peterson Farm Bros. don’t just T.C.O.B. (Take Care of Business) they also T.C.O.L. (Take Care of Livestock).
A new parody of Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s rock-and-roll classic “Takin’ Care of Business” starts out with the family playing a concert for their cattle in the feedlot.
“We get up every morning at the rooster’s crowing in the country far from any city,” sings oldest brother Greg in the opening line.
The family enjoys being “self-employed,” “working overtime” and of course working outside.
“And we’ll be takin’ care of livestock, every day. Takin’ care of livestock, pitchin’ hay. Takin’ care of livestock, they’re bovine,” the family sings.
The video includes images from farmers across the country who are "Takin’ Care of Livestock."
This is the latest parody from the Peterson Farm Bros. with a set list that includes "Farmer Style", "I’m Farming and I Grow It", "Fresh Breath of Farm Air", and "All I Do Is Farm".