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Cooper brothers make Minion-themed hay bale creation

Lincoln and Remington Cooper recently made cartoon Minion characters King Bob, Kevin and Stuart out of large round hay bales on their family farm located west of Gene Dillion Elementary School.

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Lincoln and Remington Cooper pose by their Minion creation of characters King Bob, Kevin and Stuart made of large hay bales.
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Lincoln and Remington Cooper recently made cartoon Minion characters King Bob, Kevin and Stuart out of large round hay bales on their family farm located west of Gene Dillion Elementary School.

They previously created Goku from Dragon Call creation in 2021 and a robot cartoon based on Bender from Futurama in 2020.

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