A new contest from an ag equipment publication is combining farming with music in a parody contest.

Tune in to Fastline hopes to bring out the best pro-ag parody songs in a contest aimed at winning up to $500.

To enter, parody prodigies should record their original parody and submit the video to Fastline. The Peterson Farm Brothers – the group that put agricultural parodies on the map – will also be joining the judging panel to pick out the best.

Click here to learn more about the contest.

The Peterson trio shot to fame last year with their hit parody of LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I Know It.” Their parodies have since been viewed more than 23 million times on YouTube. Click here to listen to the group’s latest hit, “Bale!”