Farmer Derek Klingenberg
March 7 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CST
A local farmer/rancher combines his love of music and entertainment with daily ag life, and the result has landed Farmer Derek Klingenberg onto the world stage.
What does the Farmer say?” At 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March 7, Farmer Derek will answer this question in a unique community presentation at Pioneer Bluffs.
Derek Klingenberg of Peabody has more than 50 million views on his YouTube channel, which features music parodies and original music showing a fun, personal perspective of farm life. In nearly 200 videos, he serenades cattle with a trombone, watches a meteor shower from a hammock over a cornfield irrigation pivot, and feeds cattle with robots through the internet. In a slightly serious video, the Bethel College Choir sang in his grain bin.
“This is where I raise grain, beef, kids, and creativity,” says Klingenberg about his YouTube channe
This community program will be held in the restored 1915 barn at Pioneer Bluffs. The venue will be changed if inclement weather. Reservations are encouraged but not required. Those who make reservations will be notified directly of a venue change, and it will be posted on the Pioneer Bluffs Facebook page.
There is no charge for this event, donations are appreciated and will support future programs at Pioneer Bluffs. For reservations or questions, contact Executive Director, Lynn Smith, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-753-3484 (office) or 785-393-1569 (cell). Reservations can also be made at the Facebook event page.