Blake Shelton takes fans along for the tractor ride as he works on his farm

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Blake Shelton is giving fans a peek into life on the farm. 

When he’s not entertaining millions of viewers as a coach on The Voice, Blake can often be found on his 1,300-acre property just outside Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Now, fans get to see what it takes to maintain the massive farm.

For starters, Blake uses a Kubota tractor, or as he calls it, the “giant orange monster,” to keep up with the land.

“Guess what time it is, America? Way too early to be planting food plots, but I’m getting them ready!” he says excitedly while riding inside the tractor, letting out a triumphant cheer. 

Blake then takes viewers out into the wide open pasture that he’s going to till to turn the “disgusting, nasty looking field look like a beautiful piece of dirt.”.

True to his word, the next clips shows the field completely overturned, with the dirt layered over the grass. “I told y’all,” he says as “Out in the Middle,” his collaboration with Zac Brown Band, plays in the background. 

Blake is a native of Oklahoma and shares the property with his wife, Gwen Stefani

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