Living on a farm comes with tons of perks like being able to grow your own food, escaping the hustle and bustle of city life, and of course, the endless joy of being around adorable farm animals.
But let's be real, running a farm is no small feat.
It demands a lot of hard work every single day, so you're likely to need some help to keep everything running smoothly.
Many farms often need to look for outside help, hiring workers or finding volunteers to manage the daily tasks.
The Wright family, however, is fortunate enough to have their daughters chip in with the chores around the farm.
John, Nichole, and their three daughters, Madisyn, Bailey, and Peyton, are the heart and soul of their dairy farm in Dekalb, NY, carrying on the legacy as third-generation farmers.
Farming is their primary job and passion, but to make ends meet, John and Nichole also take on side jobs as a salesman and a baker.
From early on, these girls have been helping out on the farm.
Helping out means tasks like caring for the cows and keeping the barn clean.
While these jobs might sound straightforward, they're anything but easy.
Nonetheless, the girls manage to inject a dose of positivity and laughter into their work, making barn cleaning seem like a blast.
Alexa, play “Don’t Stop Believin'”
It's pretty common for folks to listen to tunes while working, and these girls are no exception.
The moment that iconic piano intro hits, you know exactly what's coming.
Singing and dancing their way through chores is their style, especially when they're jamming out to one of Journey's hit songs.
But they are still hard at work
The sisters have mastered the art of balancing hard work with fun.
Watching the video, it's clear they're not just going through the motions; they're genuinely enjoying themselves, which probably makes the time fly by.
Future Stars on our hands
This video is bursting with creativity, featuring an impromptu barn stage and an audience of cows.
The sisters didn't just stop at choreography; they incorporated props like air guitars, makeshift microphones, rakes, and picks to elevate their performance and really bring it to life.
Nichole Countryman Wright, their mom, shared this gem on Facebook as part of the #dairydanceoff challenge, showcasing the fun side of farm life.
Their video went viral and quickly racked up over 40 million views.
The response was overwhelmingly positive, with many viewers expressing how much they adored the trio.
The girls had so much fun with it that they even created a second video to Luke Bryan's "When It Rains It Pours," gathering over 170,000 views.
The #dairydanceoff challenge kicked off when two dairy farmers, Jessica Peters and Katie-Dotterer-Pyle, started sharing dance videos from their barns as a way to relieve stress.
They soon realized this fun exchange could turn into a challenge that not only brightens other farmers' days but also raises awareness about the challenges of low milk prices.
These girls are truly one of a kind, and we can't wait to see what they'll share next.
Here's hoping for more barn dance videos in the future, as they've quickly become beloved by many.
Watch the Wright sisters take on the #dairydanceoff challenge below!
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