An adorable farm is set to get a Kentucky farm cast as part of a campaign by a friendly farm bureau.
The Farm Bureau is hoping to help the cast of Happy Feet 2 cast members make a “farm in a town” appearance in the US and abroad.
“We’re in the middle of our campaign to get Happy Feet cast to visit Kentucky,” said Jim Cavanagh, the director of the Kentucky Farm Bureau.
“We’re hoping to make the cast as friendly as possible.”
Happy Feet 2 star and Farm Bureau director Jim Cavagh says he hopes to make Happy Feet actor and cast member David Kavanagh an honorary farm worker in the United States.
He said that Kavanah, a local native of Kentucky, will “play a farm worker who is a good friend to the cast members”.
Happy Feet actor David Kavancagh (pictured) said he hopes his fellow cast members will be as friendly to farm workers as the characters.
“The farm bureau in Kentucky is not the farm bureau of the future,” he said.
“Our farm bureau will be the farm that will take care of your kids.”
In the video below, the farm’s cast members – including David Kavinagh, Ryan Phillippe, and Michael Sturgess – are filmed at a farm.
The farm has been set up in an old barn in the Kentucky town of Branson, which is known as the “farm village” due to the nearby family farm.
The Farm Bureau says it is hoping the campaign will give the cast a chance to make friends and make connections with farm workers.
Happy Feet: The FarmBureau has also set up a GoFundMe page for the cast, which has already raised over $50,000 for the campaign.
The cast has been filming a scene in Branson to shoot in the new trailer.