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Comedian dairy farmer signed by Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy

Published on 12 July 2018
Tim the Dairy Farmer "Farm Raised" comedy album

Tim Moffett, writer of the Manure Spreader column for Progressive Dairyman, is releasing his first album through a production company owned by famed comics Larry the Cable Guy and Jeff Foxworthy. Moffett has been doing comedy as “Tim the Dairy Farmer” for 16 years.

The 50-minute album is called Farm Raised and will be released by Git-R-Done Records on July 20. Farm Raised will be available through iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Spotify and Pandora. To purchase a hard copy CD of Farm Raised, visit Tim the Dairy Farmer’s website.

Tim said the album naturally focuses a lot on farm life and his experiences as a dairy farmer.

“There’s a lot of humor on the farm,” Moffett said. “If you’ve ever been on a farm or even just driven by a farm, you’re gonna get it.”

“Farming and agriculture is tough, and sometimes all you can do is laugh, so I hope people, especially farmers, will get a few laughs from this.”

Moffett, who is a third-generation farmer and maintains an ownership stake in a Florida dairy, has been performing standup comedy for over 16 years, including for numerous agriculture organizations and companies.

“I’ve been traveling all over the country and Canada the last 16 years doing all sorts of ag-related events, fairs and festivals,” Moffett said. “It hasn’t all been pretty, so when Larry called and asked if I wanted to do an album produced by him and Jeff, it was like the ‘godfather’ calling.”  end mark

—Adapted from a Tim the Dairy Farmer news release

PHOTO: Photo provided by Tim Moffett.

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