24 Hours in Farming - a chance to showcase what you do
3rd Aug 2020 / By Alistair Driver
This year’s ‘24 Hours in Farming’, the social media event that showcases farmers' and the allied sectors' everyday activities, takes place this Thursday, August 6.
If people in the pig industry want to get involved it can be a good way of spreading a positive message.
Last year, the initiative, run by Farmers Guardian and sponsored by Morrisons, generated a record breaking 160 million impressions.
Morrisons is calling for people who work in the industry to share your posts pictures and videos on social media in the run up to the event and on the day itself through any social media channels using the hashtag #Farm24 and tagging @Morrisons and @FarmersGuardian.
How to get involved
Sign up on the Farmers Guardian website here and commit to ‘Taking the Pledge’. You will receive a pack with materials and tips to help you share your stories
Morrisons has suggested ideas share:
❖ Share a day in your life as a short video clip
❖ Tell us what challenges Coronavirus has created
❖ Show how you're keeping the nation fed
❖ Tell us about you and your farm
❖ Snap videos of your machinery in action
❖ Share photos of your livestock and crops
❖ Show what makes you proud
❖ Show us the food you have made from British produce
❖ Show where our food comes from