3 dairy farm sisters rack up 40 million views performing Journey hit with audience of cows

Living on a farm has its perks.

For one, you’re always surrounded by nature and the great outdoors.You have the opportunity to spend time with animals daily.

It’s a lot of work to maintain the day-to-day chores on a farm, so you likely have a lot of help.

A lot of farms do have to look outside to hire or for volunteers to help keep up with the day-to-day.

Luckily for the Wright family, they have their daughters to help with some of the day-to-day.John, Nichole, and their three daughters, Madisyn, Bailey, Peyton live in Dekalb, NY as third-generation dairy farmers.Although farming is their main work and passion, they also work side jobs as a salesman and baker to help pay the bills.

From early on, these girls have been helping out on the farm.Part of that help entails tending to the cows and cleaning up the barn.This task might not seem like much, but it’s not an easy one.

Despite this, they bring positive, hilarious energy to the room, making it way more fun than cleaning a barn really should be.

Alexa, play “Don’t Stop Believin’”
It’s common for people to listen to music while they work, and these girls are no different.

As soon as you hear that iconic piano, you already know what’s about to come next.They love to sing and dance while they work, but who wouldn’t?Especially when you’re listening to one of Journey’s classics.

These sisters know the true balance of work and play.I bet it definitely made the time go faster too.Not only did they curate their dance moves, but they also used props to enhance their routine.You’ll see the use of air guitars, pretend microphones, rakes, and picks to really make their performance flow and take it to the next level.

Many viewers had even commented how much they loved the trio themselves.

The sisters even had so much fun creating the video that they even made a second to the Facebook post using Luke Bryans, “When It Rains It Poors” with over 170,000 views.

This #dairydanceoff challenge was born after two dairy farmers named Jessica Peters, and Katie-Dotterer-Pyle had exchanged dancing videos in their barns to provide stress relief.

They quickly realized this could easily be a challenge that could really benefit the dairy farmers by bringing a smile to their faces and bring more awareness to the low milk prices farmers struggle with.

These girls are truly special and we wish them all the best.

Hopefully, they will post some more barn dancing videos in the future as they’ve quickly become a crowd favorite.






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