I’ve been getting into Instagram in a big way lately. There are just so many creative people out there. I’m loving perusing through the beautiful pictures and getting some inspiration for my own life here on our own farm. Today I thought I would show you ten of my favourite Instagram farmers for you to have a look at.
She Sows Seeds
Emma is a bloggy buddy of mine. We’ve been chatting via our blogs (Emma blogs at She Sows Seeds) for a few years now, but only met for the first time at the Kidspot Top 100 launch earlier this year. Since then, we have also met up at problogger, where we laughed together at the ups and downs of life in the country. Emma’s feed is full of beautiful pics (did I mention she is a photographer by trade) of farm and family life, featuring her gorgeous girl, Eleanor. (@emmasteendam)
Wilson River Cottage
If chickens are your thing, then this account is for you. Heritage breed chickens together with some garden posts. (@wilsons_river_cottage)
Angelica Organic Farm
Situated in Daylesford, Angelica Organic Farm shares beautiful photos of their produce and vegetable market stall. I’m in love with the multicoloured carrots, and may or may not have requested that we have some in our garden next year too. (@angelicaorganicfarm)
Sunningdale Farm Kitchen
Beautiful pictures of home grown produce, home made food, and farm life on a biodynamic farm in South Australia (@sunningdalefarmkitchen)
I briefly met Ainsley from McArthur Team at Problogger this year too (and she was lovely!). Her farm looks very different to ours but I love to see the photos of wide, flat landscapes and country kids on horses. To me this looks like a real outback Australian farm. (@mcarthurteam)
From Queensland, Roulette Farm shares gorgeously lit pics of their cows, sheep, pigs, and heritage poultry. (@roulettefarm)
Milk Cottage Farm
Want some home style cheese making, chickens and eggs, home made food, and vegetable gardens? Yes please. Milk cottage farm has it all. (@milkcottagefarm)
Fat Pig Farm
Fat pig farm is owned by Matthew Evans of Gourmet Farmer fame. In you’re after beautiful pictures of the Tasmanian Countryside, together with cute piggies, and the occasional food pic too, then this is definitely one to check out. (@fat_pig_farm)
Beautiful pics of the Australian outback. I love the warm light, the old fences, and the giant eucalypts that frequently feature in the images. (@globalfarm)
Flock of Clucks
How cute is that name? No prizes for guessing what you will see from this one! Lots of chickens and eggs. (@flockofclucks)
Of course, you can also follow me here, for more peeks behind the scenes of our farm and life.
Who do you follow on instagram? Share away so we can all discover some new people.