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Kansas Farmer Plays Trombone To Serenade Cattle

August 5, 2014, 10:46 AM

Kansas Farmer Plays Trombone To Serenade Cattle
PEABODY, KS -

A Kansas farmer does typical chores in a unique fashion.

Derek Klingenberg took to the field to serenade his cattle Sunday morning and the video of what happened next is getting a lot of attention.

Klingenberg writes on his Facebook page that he played his trombone to call the cattle in from a long distance.  His song of choice was a version of Lorde's hit, "Royals."  And as you can see in the video, the cows are fans.

Klingenberg lives in the Flint Hills region of eastern Kansas.

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