Bosko is having a grand time on the farm. He dances with a cow and laughs when the cow’s “pants” fall down, revealing polka-dotted underwear. He plays a horse’s tail like a violin. The horse enjoys the music and dances to it eccentrically, even making like an ice skater at one point. Three ducklings and their mother enjoy the music, too, and dance along. Bosko feeds his pigs by dumping a trash can into their trough. The two baby pigs find a bottle of booze in the trough. They and their father all get drunk on it. The father accidentally flings the bottle away from himself, and it breaks against Bosko’s head. Bosko, soaked in booze, is now drunk, too.
Bosko is having a grand time on the farm. He dances with a cow, who has an enormous udder and a deep male voice. The cow's "pants" drop, revealing polka-dotted underwear. Bosko laughs at her (him?). Indignantly, the cow sticks her nose in the air and walks off, her udder bobbing beneath her.Bosko looks at a horse and laughs. The horse laughs back. Bosko climbs onto the horse's carriage, takes the whip and uses it to play the horse's tail like a violin – a violin that he tunes by turning the horse's ear. The horse enjoys the music and dances to it eccentrically, even making like an ice skater at one point.As the horse continues to dance, Bosko grabs a nearby pitchfork and plays it like a banjo. Three ducklings and their mother dance, too. One of the ducklings interrupts his mother and peeps something into her ear. She removes his rear flap for him (as if his feathers were pajamas) and he runs off bare-bottomed – presumably to use the bathroom. He quickly returns. She replaces the flap and they all jump into a pond.Bosko jumps off the carriage to feed the pigs. He dumps a trash can into their trough, and they eat from it greedily. The two baby pigs finds a bottle of booze in the trough. One of their tails provides a corkscrew to open it. As the bubbles float out, they pop them, making xylophone-like notes that play "How Dry I Am." They drink from the bottle and get drunk. The father pig spots them and swigs from the bottle himself. He gets drunk, too, and sings "One Little Drink," using nonsense syllables, with a deep bass voice.He throws the bottle away from himself, and it breaks against Bosko's head. Bosko, soaked in booze, is now drunk, too. He sings "Sweet Adeline" with the pigs. The father pig breaks out into "One Little Drink" again, but effort causes him to belch up a corn cob. Embarrassed, he brushes off the cob, uses his belly button like a knob, then opens the door to his stomach and puts the cob back inside. Bosko helps him sound the final low note by pulling his tail, which leaves him temporarily flattened against the ground.Bosko and the pigs dance some more before the camera irises out.