The village and farming have long ceased to be separated from information technology and the modern world. Nowadays people often want to relax in rural silence and harmony for at least a few minutes. Technologies can help: many farmers share cool photos on their Instagram pages, writes Agro-Center.
We have prepared a selection of the most exciting farmer’s Instagram pages:
An account of farmers of Louise and Lucas, who have a goat farm in South Vermont (USA) and produce cheese and caramel from milk. Like on any farm, there are a lot of animals here:
There’s harmony in every photo:
Herdwick Shepherd lives in a picturesque region of Great Britain and has herds of sheep:
Well, not just the sheep:
Landscapes of the farm and the park are breathtaking:
Animals are even funnier in winter:
Farmer Kate posts beautiful photos of her cows, pigs, and sheep. The farm is located in the hills of Central Vermont.
Too often I look up while toiling under the weight of some egregiously heavy item sensing an audience and hoping for a helping hand. But the audience remains ever faithful in their role and I am left to roll and heave and drag and hope for the rare human to walk by. Today a 1977 VW bus engine that remains impervious to my advances and Hawkeye, Radar and Friday who seem quite content to snuggle up on this rainy day.
Nina Fuller has sheep, mules, donkeys and a few goats on her farm:
Farm “Gray Barn” located in New England:
The Powers family has a farm in Oregon (USA). They grow organic fruit, vegetables and, of course, keep some animals:
Particularly relevant for Halloween:
“I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – L.M. Montgomery ✨🍂This quote pops in my head every October and I feel it in my bones… I just feel so darn inspired. Maybe my appreciation stems from growing up in the northeast but October is hands down my favorite month. I just love this time of the year. #october
Open Farm Day is tomorrow! Be sure to get your tickets! We're excited about the more intentional format that we felt led to move towards in order to be purposeful hosts and connect with our farm guests. Tickets and info are available through our Eventbrite page in bio. AND! Did you know that the AMAZINGLY HUGE antique show in our area is happening tomorrow as well? So many venues and places are open in Warrenton, Round Top, and beyond. Spending your Saturday in Fayette County tomorrow will NOT disappoint! Shop for the day! Meander around the farm and come eat with us in the evening! #yonderwayfarm #theyonderway #yonderwayopenfarmday
I love good food. I really love good food when it's our chickens that are being slow cooked over an open fire for lots of folks to enjoy. @daidue you totally crushed it. Thank you for bringing me and @fivechicksandafarmer into your show and representing what we do in amazing fashion. It was awesome. #yonderwayfarm #theyonderway #communitythroughfood #foodwithastory
Janet McCuistion in Scotland keeps cattle and four breeds of sheep on her farm: