ALL IN THE FAMILY WITH FARM KINGS

ALL IN THE FAMILY WITH FARM KINGS
Farm Kings sign autographs at AT&T U-Verse Fan Fair X in the Music City Center on Friday, June 6 during the 2014 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville. Photo: John Russell / CMA

Farm Kings sign autographs at AT&T U-Verse Fan Fair X in the Music City Center on Friday, June 6 during the 2014 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville. Photo: John Russell / CMA

They will always be royals when talking about cows and crops.

Dan and Pete King, from the Great American Country show “Farm Kings,” held an autograph session on Saturday morning at the CMA Booth in Fan Fair X. Fans filed through the line in hopes of getting to meet two of their favorite brothers from the television series.

The guys gave out handshakes and hugs as well as making a little chitchat with some. Pictures were taken with the duo by many fans’ requests as well.

Kara Fox, 33, from San Diego, California, traveled over 2,000 miles to meet two of her favorite King kids. She loves the show for so many reasons but really enjoys the fact that their farming business is a complete family affair.

“It’s almost like generational, but within just one family,” said Fox.

Fox acquired her signature from both of the boys and even got the chance to talk to the guys while they autographed her gear.

“They’re just good ol’ Country farming boys,” she said. “They have funny and wholesome personalities.”

During the event, Dan donned a trucker cap and aviators while Pete showed off his signature blond locks in a ponytail. Tammy Pickett, 55, from Jamestown, Kentucky, seemed to think the ’do fit his personality.

“They’re just hilarious,” Pickett said. “The one guy’s hair is hilarious.”

She, too, came all the way from Kentucky to meet “the human harvester” and the “utility man” and appreciated the time they took out of their day to spend talking to her.

“They were so thankful for watching their show,” she said.

Fox agreed: “They’re always nice and they are the sweetest guys ever.”