Tuesday, October 30

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Farmgirl Fare on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter

Daisy and Marta outside the sheep barn during lambing season March 2012 - farmgirlFare.com
Don't let anything stand between you and your farm fix!

Farmgirl Fare on Facebook
Farmgirl Fare on Pinterest
New posts are (mostly) announced on Twitter

See you there!

Attention Farmgirl Fare Facebook fans: If you follow the Farmgirl Fare Facebook Fan Page and are no longer seeing my new post announcements, it's because Facebook recently made changes to get people to pay to promote their posts. It's easy fix: to continue seeing all my new posts on Facebook, go to the top of the Farmgirl Fare Facebook page and under "Liked" click "Add to Interest List." Please share that info. Thanks!

© FarmgirlFare.com, where this photo of Daisy and Marta, our awesome livestock guardian dogs, was taken outside the sheep barn back in March. Need a bigger dose of little lamb cute? You'll find lots more lambing season photos here.)


  1. I'm on Facebook but rarely have time to go there; ALTHOUGH, I just created a page for my little Farmer's Market business, The Home Bakery, so I guess I should start using it more! LOL!!

  2. Facebook wants you to PAY?! That's so wrong. So I've liked and created a new interest list just for you. Thanks so much for sharing your life out there.

  3. Daisy and Marta are so cute!

  4. Farmgirl on Twitter?? I do not believe.

    Off to *follow* you...


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