Find Us on Facebook

October 1, 2010 11:24 AM


You can now connect with FARM JOURNAL on the popular social media site Facebook. If you are already on Facebook, search for “Farm Journal.”. If you are new to Facebook, create a profile and search at the top for “Farm Journal” or visit to check out our page.
Once you’re there, click to “like” our page. This lets you see FARM JOURNAL’s posts on your News Feed page.
Under the profile photo, click the “Suggest to friends” link to invite your friends to “like” FARM JOURNAL as well. We will be having
contests to reach certain numbers of fans, so make sure you are helping us reach more people!
Each day we will let you know the latest happenings in the agriculture industry through links to our stories, photos and videos. Let us know what you think about an article by commenting or “liking” the post. You can also share the post to your profile.
We have some great photos for you to check out. Do you like to look at the What a Day! photos in our magazine? We have a whole album of our favorites. You can also post your own What a Day!, Farm Kids, FarmVille and Favorite Tractor photos to our page. You might then see them on our Web site blogs.
Did you attend Corn College? Facebook is a great way to keep in touch with the farmers you meet at Corn College and other Farm Journal events. If you are attending an upcoming event, click on the Events tab to R.S.V.P. and see who else is coming.
Once you’ve looked at Farm Journal’s page, visit the Facebook pages for Farm Journal Legacy Project, TOP PRODUCER, BEEF TODAY, DAIRY TODAY, and “AgDay.” Find a link to each page in the Favorite Pages box in the lefthand column. There are links to many other top agriculture pages in the box as well.
Want to let us know what’s going on at your farm? Have a question for our editors? Do you have photos to share with us? Write a Wall post, attach a photo or a link and share it with us. We’d like to hear from you!

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