Kettle corn goes on a wild hunt for corn.
As far as we know, the last time we saw it go on such a wild search was back in 2007 when it went for a trip in a bin on a road trip.
Farbernet goes for a hunt for a bunch of different kinds of corn in his new electric kettle.
It has a range of 200 feet and a speed of 3 mph.
The idea behind the kettle was to keep a closer eye on the corn so that it can be harvested when it’s time to harvest, FarberNet told CNN.
He also wants to use the energy to power a generator so that he can keep a better lookout for corn while driving.
He said he was inspired by the technology of his childhood home and wanted to get something that would be fun to play with.
Farmer Sam Farber netherland, a farmer from Finland who’s known for his passion for farming and making things out of nothing, decided to do something different.
He decided to go on a journey to find out what the corn really was.
He went for three years hunting in the fields.
He went on trips with his family and even went to the U.S. with his son.
He told CNN he had a lot of fun along the way.
He’s still not sure how far he’s going to go, Farmer Sam told CNN, but he plans to go to Mexico in the fall and hope to get some corn.
He says that he was interested in making something that he could use for his family, and he thinks that if he could, he would use the money he earns to buy a new electric vehicle.