Peterson Brothers visit county

Marion Elementary School had a fun surprise on Friday afternoon when the Peterson Farm Bros made an appearance at their assembly.

“Every year at Marion Elementary School we celebrate Kansas becoming a state. Since Kansas day fell on a Saturday this year, we celebrated on a Friday. This was a K – 12 assembly,” said Mes librarian Lori Kirkpatrick.

According to their website, the Peterson Farm Bros are made up of Greg (30), Nathan (28), and Kendal (25) Peterson. The three brothers farm together with their families near Assaria. They also produce entertaining and educational videos on their two YouTube channels as well as post farming and video updates to their various social media pages.

“Ever since we began producing content, we have continued to realize a need to inform people about what we do in farming and in agriculture as a whole. There are many misconceptions about modern day farmers and we feel led to help correct some of those misconceptions. Aside from our production on social media, we travel around the country to speak on advocating for agriculture. We also blog about misunderstood topics in agriculture and open up our farm for tours, weddings, and overnight stays. Through all of this we hope to educate the general public on where their food comes from and what a real Midwest family farm looks like,” said the website.

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