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10 Agriculture-Related Instagram Accounts You Should Follow

Posted Aug. 25, 2020

Farmers and ranchers have been gaining a wide audience on social media. Instagram, specifically, has given those in agriculture a platform to show the world what they do and how they do it. Whether you’re in the cattle industry and want to see your peers at work or you are someone who is simply captivated by farm life, here are 10 of the top agriculture-related Instagram accounts you need to follow today:

National Cattleman’s Beef Association @BeefUSA

Beef producers, we are talking to you! The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, the trade association representing U.S. cattle producers, is a must-follow. Through pictures and video, NCBA consistently shares industry news and resources to help farmers and ranchers.

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Progressive Farmer @DTNTheProgressiveFarmer

With gorgeous photos of farms, ranches and livestock, plus up-to-date information on cattle markets, we highly recommend that you check out the Instagram feed of Progressive Farmer.

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King Ranch Institute @KingRanchInstitute

Offering the only Master of Science in Ranch Management program, King Ranch Institute also offers learning opportunities for ranchers through lectureships and symposiums. On the King Ranch Institute’s feed you’ll find photos from their many agriculture industry events, as well as stunning beef cattle photography.

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American Farm Bureau Federation @AmericanFarmBureau

American Farm Bureau Federation represents agriculture on a national level. This beautifully curated Instagram account features agricultural photos of all types and shares timely content for farmers and ranchers.

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Cattle Tales @cattletales

Cattle Tales shares images created by other Instagram users to tell the story of cattle and to give a look into the lives of farmers and ranchers from across the country. The next time you make a post about your cattle operation, use their hashtag to share your own #cattletales!

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Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner @BeefItsWhatsForDinner

Everyone can use a little inspiration for what to make for dinner. Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner offers recipes and cooking tips for all cuts of beef. The photos will have you wishing you could snap your fingers and have the meal already on your plate.

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Certified Angus Beef @CertifiedAngusBeef

Certified Angus Beef is another great resource for beef recipes. From burgers to barbecue, the photos on their Instagram feed look absolutely delicious.

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Wrenn & Arturo Pacheco @CookingWithTheCowboy

Are you looking for inspiration on how to share your own farming or ranching story? Wrenn and Arturo of Cooking with the Cowboy do a phenominal job of visual storytelling. They show how they contribute to the beef you find on the shelf at the grocery store as well as delicious recipes straight from their family’s table.

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Dirt Road Dietitian @DirtRoadDietitian

Sheri Glazier, the Dirt Road Dietitian, puts a new spin on a food blog. She not only shares her family’s story of their farm and ranch, but she is also a dietitian and presents great ideas for making easy and healthy meals for the entire family.

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Noble Research Institute @NobleResearchInstitute

Finally, do you follow us? Noble works closely with farmers and ranchers to promote land stewardship in grazing animal production with producer profitability. On our Instagram feed, you’ll find links to helpful agricultural resources; images of our research farms, ranches and laboratories; as well as photos of agricultural producers who are implementing Noble’s recommendations in their own operations.

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