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Harvest 2014 #FromtheField pictures

Farmers in Ontario are sharing their harvest photos on Twitter using the hashtag #FromtheField

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Comment by OntAG Admin on September 29, 2014 at 11:16pm

It’s that time of year again – harvest season!

As farmers are working in the fields, there is an opportunity to show the world just how savvy farmers have become. Equipped with a smartphone device in hand, farmers have the ability to share what they do on a daily basis, including what happens out in the fields.

Include the #fromthefield hashtag in your Tweets and Farms.com will post them here to share!! Or sign up to be a member of Ontario Agriculture and upload your photo - it is as simple as getting your Ontario Agriculture email address and you can quickly upload a photo from your smart phone - instructions are here: .http://ontag.farms.com/forum/topics/share-your-photos-with-others-o... 

Not a member? You can sign up here:http://ontag.farms.com/main/authorization/signUp? 


Happy tweeting!

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