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Kansas farmer is at it again with 'Party in the USA' parody

Updated: 2013-12-27T01:30:34Z

Derek Klingenberg of Peabody in Marion County, Kansas went viral last month with his video "What Does the Farmer Say?" The K-State grad's spoof on "What Does the Fox Say?" has more than 4 million views, but his 15 minutes of fame could get longer.

In his newest video, Klingenberg puts his own spin on Miley Cyrus' hit "Party in the USA" with "Feeding Cattle in the USA."

You won't find Klingenberg in a teddy bear leotard with a foam finger, but the overall-wearing farmer does have his own highlights, singing into an ear of corn and showing off some impressive light tricks with his iPhone.

The chorus goes a little something like this:

So I put my hands up, I'm feeding my cows

Corn, silage and hay

I'm nodding my head like yeah

My cattle are all like yeah

Look at that happy face

I'm feeding cattle in the USA

But beware — there are a few twerking cows.

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