Five New Ways to Grow Social with Farmers.gov

Posted by Michelle Thomas, farmers.gov in Farming
Oct 31, 2018

Farmers.gov serves America’s farmers, ranchers, private-land foresters, and producers nationwide.

Our customers – both new and experienced farmers – manage working lands through traditional and innovative approaches. From rooftops to rangelands, they manage crops and livestock, fish, and pollinators.  And they represent the diversity of America’s landscapes, industry, and people.

Read their stories – for, by, and about farmers – on the farmers.gov blog.  You can also connect and learn through five farmers.gov social media platforms!

@FarmersGov Twitter

Get daily news producers can use about events, programs, and more. 

Get daily news producers can use about events, programs, and more. 

FarmersGov YouTube

Watch videos that feature producers and their experiences with conservation, livestock, irrigation, and more.

@FarmersGov Instagram

Enjoy the story of American agriculture through photos, videos, and live stories.

Enjoy the story of American agriculture through photos, videos, and live stories.

FarmersGov Facebook

Dig a little deeper as we share science, technology, and more from agriculture partners and producers.

Dig a little deeper as we share science, technology, and more from agriculture partners and producers.

FarmersGov Flickr

View the faces and places of American agriculture through our photo stream and photo albums.

View the faces and places of American agriculture through our photo stream and photo albums.

And while you’re there, check out our farmers.gov photo album of media downloads. Share farmers.gov on your own social media and beyond!

Michelle Thomas is the product owner for the farmers.gov website and farm mom to a horse-crazy 4Her, a whole host of farm animals, and a burro named Ruby. Michelle can be reached at michelle.thomas@wdc.usda.gov.

Category/Topic: Farming