Bacon deodorant, farm music videos and tipsy turkeys


Bacon deodorant

Bacon is the most lovable meat. In fact, it’s so lovable that baconized products are everywhere. There’s bacon-flavored jelly beans, bacon lollipops, bacon frosting, and now bacon deodorant. Seriously.

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 Another hit farm music video parody

Derek Klingenberg of Klingenberg Farms is a YouTube senssation with his music videos that parody popular music videos. We first reported on his video “Ranching Awesome”, a parody of the hit song “Thrift Shop” several months ago.

At the time, Klingenberg said he makes videos because he “likes to entertain people” and it’s a “great opportunity to educate city folk on what is going on out here.”

Released October 29, his new video, “What Does the Farmer Say,” parodies “The Fox” by Ylvis. At the time of this article, Klingenberg’s new video had over 800,000 views on YouTube.

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 Tipsy turkeys

When most people season a turkey, they baste the cooking bird in butter, or stuff it with dressing, but one man in Henniker, New Hampsire, does something different, according to AP.

According to the article, Joe Morette is raising about 50 Thanksgiving birds this year and he’s feeding them beer. He’s been feeding his turkeys beer since 1993, when he noticed a turkey drinking beer from a knocked over can.



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Will Flannigan is Farm and Dairy's online editor. He grew up in Salem, Ohio, and is new to the agricultural scene. Will enjoys hiking, community theater and learning new things.



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