Music video collaboration supports National FFA Organization

IARN — Greg, Nathan, and Kendal Peterson, Kansas farmers who make up the famous Peterson Farm Brothers, this week unveiled a new “music video.” The new video, dubbed “Corn Revolution,” pays tribute to the research and development behind today’s corn plants, says Greg Peterson.

“My brothers and I came up with ‘Corn Revolution’ as a tribute to what we see in our fields every day, and especially at harvest because of where today’s seed technology is at. Research and development has paved the way to grow plants with better roots than back in the day. It’s revolutionary; we understand it’s a Corn Revolution,” Peterson says.

“Corn Revolution” features Pioneer corn products, such as Qrome. Peterson Farm Brothers chose to collaborate with Pioneer “to help get the word out in a way that could also benefit future generations of corn farmers,” says Greg Peterson.

For every share “Corn Revolution” receives on YouTube, Pioneer will donate a dollar to National FFA, up to $20,000. Tess Siebel, National FFA Organization eastern region vice president, cannot wait to see how this benefits future generations.

“We appreciate Pioneer’s support of FFA and the next generation of leaders and encourage you to share with your friends the excitement of ‘Corn Revolution,’” Siebel says.

Key Apparel also plans to donate four-dollars to National FFA for every Corn Revolution item purchased. Visit to view all Corn Revolution Apparel.

Story courtesy of the Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network.

Image: Screenshot from Peterson Farm Brothers’ YouTube page



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