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Farming at the Speed of Tweets
Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:38 AM CST

In a world greased by the rhythms of social media -- texting, tweeting, Facebook and YouTube -- with blogs, Instagram (photo sharing), Pinterest (theme-based collections) and Snapchat (photo messaging), the capacity to communicate grows by the day, maybe even by the hour. Farmers and ranchers are learning how to use it to benefit their operations, if not all of agriculture.

MEET CHRIS CHINN

Chinn and her husband, Kevin, farm with his parents and brother near Clarence, Mo. She and Kevin are the fifth generation of Kevin's family to farm. Their farm includes a ...

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