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You’ve found MyFarm; you like it (thanks!); but you want to know how to stay in touch and keep up with the project?  No problem.  Allow us to assist you.

There are three main ways to keep up-to-date with all the goings on at the farm.  This blog is the main one, so you’ve made a great start.

WordPress logo1. WordPress is the home of all our blogs.  You can “like” or “comment” on all our blog posts — so please do.  You don’t need a WordPress account to do so, but we think it makes things much easier if you do, plus it makes it easier for us (and your fellow MyFarmers) to recognise you.

>> Read our step-by-step: How to set-up a WordPress account & follow MyFarm


2. Facebook Facebook logois another great way to keep in touch.  Many of you will be on Facebook already and we’d love for you to “like” the MyFarm Facebook page.  Those of you not on Facebook are more than likely to have heard of it.  We post lots of pictures, updates and fun things on there; quick polls (not the votes) on related topics etc.  If you’re concerned about Facebook and your online security, don’t let that put you off:

>>  Read our step-by-step: How to set-up a Facebook account & follow MyFarm


Twitter logo3. Twitter is a “micro-blogging” site.  This is because you can only post updates of 140 characters or less (about the length of a text message).  This makes it great for quick updates whilst we’re on the move.  @MyFarmNT, @MyFarmerMorris and @MyFarmerAndrew are all on Twitter.  Richard often ‘tweets’ whilst out on his tractor; Andrew from around the farmyard etc.  It’s another great, quick way to keep in touch with what we’re up to.

>> Read our step-by-step: How to set-up a Twitter account & follow MyFarm


The above are all also great ways for you to keep in touch with us.  You can comment, like, post or Tweet us — we’re always delighted to hear from MyFarmers and there is no such thing as a ‘stupid question’ only a question you don’t yet have the answer to.

If you’re feeling shy you can always email us instead: myfarm@nationaltrust.org.uk

4 Comments leave one →
  1. May 15, 2012 2:38 pm

    Everyone else’s follow button just adds the blog to their read list…understand you want to rxplain…but …

    • May 15, 2012 2:41 pm

      Hi Woolypark,

      You’re quite right – but “following” a WordPress blog also means you’ll get an email notifying you of every new blog post, too. Lots of our users made their first ever forrays into the online world through MyFarm’s first year — so we want to offer as much help and guidance as we can. Hopefully this all helps!

  2. B Hutchins permalink
    November 13, 2012 4:43 pm

    I want to thank all the farmers for their enthusiasm and their willingness to share their knowledge. Thank so very much, I am very sorry that we will not be able to have our own farm community, each with our own small place in the doings of the farm. Thank you all again. Farmer Upavon

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