Your association does a great job reaching out to the online farm community and to non farmers looking for agricultural information via social media!
Want to check us out? Here’s how:
Illinois Corn has over 6,000 folks plugged into our Facebook posts every day! To read what we’re posting, search “IL Corn” from your Facebook account and click the “like” button to follow us.
To make sure you receive ALL of our Facebook updates, please go to the top of the page where you see the "like" button and click "get notifications."
Here's an example of a post from Farm Progress Show - you'll want to "like" us to keep up to date on what we're doing!
We’re talking about the advocacy we’re doing and inspiring our 2,200+ followers on Instagram every day too!
Instagram is the fastest rising social media platform and is a great way for us to reach out to a younger generation of farmers and folks with an interest in food and agriculture.
Find us on Instagram by downloading the app on your phone, creating an account, and searching for IL Corn.
We’re engaging almost 3,500 followers on Pinterest with a varied number of boards that meet people where they are and bring agricultural information to them.
We pin recipes, decorating ideas, and family fun activities, but also provide our followers with ag facts, ag inspiration, food and nutrition information, and good farm blogs to follow. Our engagement on Pinterest is a real win-win!
Find us on Pinterest by searching for IL Corn!
We have a very active blog at www.corncorps.com where you’ll find a mix of fun, farm features and boiled down articles on what it is to be a farmer. Our blog is aimed at a non-farm population, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be a resource for you!
Please check out Corn Corps and use its articles to help your non-farmer friends understand what you do everyday!
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