Big Kenny Just Won Some Agriculture Points

One half of Big & Rich wants you to know how awesome farming can be!

Big Kenny of Big & Rich grows his own foodPhoto Credits: Instagram @bigkennytv

Have you ever grown your own food? Big Kenny of Big & Rich decided it was time for him to do just that– in his own backyard!

In an awesome Instagram video (below), Big Kenny showed off his backyard garden… and his furry friend!

Big Kenny posted the video on Saturday and showed his appreciation not only for fresh food, but for farmers. “Farmers feed the world!” he said in the post. In the video, he says that his dog, Beethoven, wants to grow in the garden, but the only thing that will be growing there are some fresh fruits and veggies: “country boy farmer style.”

Big Kenny is a big proponent of getting outside and enjoying nature, and he often posts photos of flowers and beautiful scenes from nature on his Instagram account. Now, his garden post makes us want to get out and plant our own food, too!

Big Kenny makes up one half of the country duo Big & Rich, and his bandmate John Rich has been doing some backyard work of his own lately. Rich posted a photo of the beginnings of his backyard swimming pool at his Nashville home– and it’s shaped like a guitar!

Yea Baby!!! We're at the #acmawards !! @bigandrichofficial

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When they’re not working on home improvement projects, the men of Big & Rich have stayed busy making music. The duo is set to release a new albumDid It For the Party, later in 2017, and they recently released the first single from the album, “California.”

Since they first came into the country scene with “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)” in 2004, Big & Rich has had multiple top 40 hits on country radio, and they’re still out on the road playing shows for fans. In fact, they have a full summer of tour stops and festivals lined up.

Hopefully, Big Kenny will find some time to enjoy his fresh harvest in between all that music!

Check out Big & Rich’s latest single, “California,” below! 

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