August 25, 2022
Kick the dust up...harvest season is well underway across the country.
Harvest keeps farmers busy and brings with it, it's own set of challenges and experiences.
Here are some of our favorite farmers to follow on Instagram.
Brian is a fourth generation farmer in southern Ohio. Not only does he share content on Instagram, but he also puts together vlogs for his Youtube channel.
Through his social media, he's garnered a passion for educating others and sharing the daily ups and downs that farmers experience on any given day.
Cameron shares a behind the scenes look at life on his eastern Iowa family farm. On the farm they grow corn, beans, alfalfa, rye, and grass hay.
On the gram you'll find information about their processes, equipment, and life on the farm.
Ben's Instagram takes you to his farm, Maier Family Dairy. Located in Wisconsin, the farm has been around since 1871.
His account brings you to America's Dairyland where he gives followers an everyday look at life on a dairy farm.
You'll find a multitude of farming content on this page.
Whether it's a look a farming operations, products, or educational content, this page brings with it daily farming entertainment.
This Instagram account transports you to Dutch Hollow Farms in California.
Dutch Hollow Farms has goats, sheep, cows, pigs, horses, a pumpkin patch, Baby Animal Days, and tulips in early spring.
How could you resist pictures of all the cute animals??
Kip operates his third generation dairy and crop farm in Michigan.
The farm grows hay, corn, soybeans, and wheat. Not to mention, they milk almost 200 cows twice a day.
Kip shares his farming experiences as well as his family!
You can also find him on Youtube.
Matt is a third generation farmer in Illinois.
Whether he's giving you a behind the scenes look at his work on the farm, new equipment, or his crops' progress, you're in for a treat.
He also has his own podcast, "Manure Spreader Podcast" where he discusses all things AG.
Midland Radio is offering its Harvest Season promotion beginning August 2nd and ending September 30, 2022.
When you spend $500 or more, you get $100 off.
Check out our Agriculture page for the best two-way radios for the farm.