TV show introduces the masses to farm life

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Eleven siblings are letting cameras in on their daily lives through a reality show that shares country living on a Pennsylvania farm.

The season two debut of Farm Kings aired Thursday night at 9 p.m. EDT on the Great American Country cable network. The show follows Joe King, 29, and his 10 siblings as they operate Freedom Farms.

Joe tells Farm and Ranch Living he obtained a loan with his brothers, Tim and Pete, to buy land from his mother five years ago. With the help of his nine brothers and one sister, Joe invites the cameras onto the farm for 50 days of filming.

The work results in 10 episodes which the siblings hope will get a younger generation interested in agriculture.

“We want to make farming cool again,” Joe said.

GAC has more about the show here.

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