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Twitter and Agriculture

August 3, 2009

Twitter allows the “Fresh from Florida” program to connect with a broad group of both consumers and people in the agriculture industry.  We share news stories, links to our blog and Florida agriculture facts with our readers.

Twitter Info – (@freshfromFL)/Florida Agriculture

We’ve been following quite a few people, and we thought it might be useful to categorize who we follow, because we have not found a comprehensive list out there. Something like this would have been a great resource when we got started, so we thought we would make one and share. And yes, we are a little partial to anything related to Florida agriculture.

Please see the categories below and click on the links for the Twitter users that we’ve found in each of these categories. Also keep in mind these are all related to agriculture in some way.

Please let us know if you are interested in being added to the list by leaving a comment. Thank you!

Departments of Agriculture (state)

Farm Bureaus

Florida-Specific: Ag related groups, Associations, Businesses, Farmers and Farmer’s Markets

Florida-Specific: Hospitality (restaurants and hotels)

Florida Specific: State Fairs

Florida-Specific: Weather

Marketing

Media

Miscellaneous (including general farmers)

Organic

Related to Agriculture (this group was hard to categorize)

Schools & Education

USDA

Viticulture/Wine

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One Comment leave one →
  1. November 16, 2009 10:15 am

    Great idea… please include our buying club in your organics list. We also have two sister clubs called Ormond Organics and St Augustine Organics

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