Dairy Farmers Take To Instagram

When was the last time you had the chance to step foot on a farm?

For many Americans, the answer may be a while ago – if ever – but that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to connect with life on a farm. More and more farmers across the country are joining Facebook, Twitter, and yes, even Instagram, to better share their lives with people like you.

Instagram has become a favorite venue for farmers to capture moments on a dairy, and explain how they care for their animals. Here are more than a dozen farmers we suggest you follow on the photo-sharing network.

Looking for other folks to follow? Reach out to the farmers at your local farmers’ market to find out if they’re active on your favorite social network. 

@kjerseykids in Illinois

@gilmerdairy in Alabama

@tzweber in Minnesota

@dairycarrie in Wisconsin

@sugarmaplejerseys in New Jersey

@nyfarmgirls in New York

@allwrightfarms in Indiana

@jennideere in Maine

@the_farmers_wifee in Washington

@guernseydairymama in Oregon

@erica.d.429 in Washington

@calfadventures in Utah

@country_chick in Ohio

@richardsonfamfarm in Vermont

@danaefarmgirl in Wisconsin

@khump22 in Texas

@elmfarm in Connecticut

@chaseholmfarm in New York

@kilbycream in Maryland

@kerrfamilydairy in Arizona