Kansas farmer Klingenberg returns with Maroon 5 cattle parody

Kansas farmer Klingenberg returns with Maroon 5 cattle parody

Beef producer Derek Klingenberg again uses talents to create aggie version of Maroon 5's popular "Sugar" video

Kansas farmer and beef producer Derek Klingenberg has a new aggie parody of Maroon 5's "Sugar."

The original "Sugar" video depicts the band Maroon 5 "crashing" California weddings last December. Klingenberg in his version visits Kansas cattle pastures.

Klingenberg, who frequently produces videos depicting ranch tasks or farm and ranch parodies of popular songs, released the video Tuesday.

He's already known for his musical talents, calling cattle in with a rendition of Lorde's "Royals" and a parody of Ylvis' "What Does the Fox Say?"

His version, "What Does the Famer Say?" has been viewed more than five million times. The "Royals" cattle call has been viewed more than eight million times.

Beef producer Derek Klingenberg again uses talents on trumpet to recreate aggie version of Maroon 5's popular "Sugar" video (Screenshot)

Most recently, Klingenberg used a drone and clever driving of a feed truck to create "CowArt" – an aerial view of his cows eating in a smiley face pattern.

To see all of Klingenberg's cattle and farming videos, visit his Youtube channel: Farmer Derek Klingenberg

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