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Wisconsin farmers use a variety of media to reach consumers

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Wisconsin farmers use a variety of media to reach consumers

Wisconsin Agricultural Department leaders encourage members to continue talking about agriculture, but the tools are different.

Alyssa Demrow and Brooke Trustem tell Brownfield that many farmers are open to the public using social media such as Twitter and Facebook, but Trustem says TicTok has reached a younger generation. .. “Our generation really wants to be able to scroll through and check out certain videos of interest and actually participate in that way, but it’s starting to become popular with other generations.”

According to Demrow, farmers often prefer TicTok because it doesn’t take long to put together a message. “If you’re shooting silage chopping videos all day long, you can upload all those videos and they’ll sync together so you can clean from one part to the next, or for a photo. I’m moving, I’m going into a slide show. “

Demrow says the Tic Toc algorithm distributes things differently, so social media viewers don’t have to like or follow anyone. “That is, if you’ve never seen anything in agriculture, somehow the algorithm delivers it to them, and it’s on their” for you “page, a big city that knows nothing about agriculture. You may be a person living in the suburbs of. Or they will be able to see where their food came from. “

Trustem and Demrow held a TicToc workshop on Sunday for members of the Wisconsin Agricultural Department.



Wisconsin farmers use a variety of media to reach consumers

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