As Twitter continues to become a more popular resource for information and news, we wanted to compile a list of agronomists to follow. Check out these Twitter accounts for ag news, information and best practices:
1. Adam Spelhaug
Adam is an agronomist and farmer in North Dakota. Adam tweets and retweets about agriculture news, articles, industry updates and events, and sports, especially the San Diego Chargers.
Why is it so cold when we have three suns pic.twitter.com/yWKR8hwNwS
— Adam Spelhaug (@PFSagronomyguy) February 12, 2016
2. Cody Wahlstrom
Cody is an NDSU alum, and a sales agronomist for The Arthur Companies. He intermixes personal tweets and humor with ag news, agronomy updates, and more.
— Cody Wahlstrom (@CodyWahlstrom) February 8, 2016
3. Jeff Miller
Jeff is an agronomist in Lubbock, Texas. His tweets and retweets focus primarily on the ag industry, new products and best practices, but he also includes photos and tweets about his personal life and family.
Worst farm management practices | Road Warrior https://t.co/QNJ5J7b9pO
— Jeff Miller (@jeffmillerttu) February 10, 2016
4. Brittany Bolte
Brittany is an agronomist in North Central, Nebraska. Brittany tweets and retweets about ROI, industry prices, keeping up with the times, and best practices.
Doing my part in manure management. pic.twitter.com/MGcYlx5la2
— Brittany Bolte (@yieldBee) February 15, 2016
5. Mark Johnson
Mark is an agronomist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Mark often retweets content from Iowa-based Twitter accounts, as well as ISU accounts. He shares articles, best practices, industry updates and more.
Chris Anderson shows wet springs more common now. 1 in 20 is now 1 in 3 yrs. Big difference. pic.twitter.com/FIFdC6tjRg
— Mark Johnson (@msjagron) February 17, 2016
6. Jim Donnelly
Jim is a technical agronomist for Dekalb and Asgrow in Northern Illinois. Jim’s tweets range from agronomy news and updates, to sports commentary and humor.
Well this is an interesting stat. https://t.co/3SEdygzBYy
— Jim Donnelly (@JimDonnelly1) February 15, 2016
7. The Farmerette
The Farmerette is a field agronomist with BASF. Her tweets include plot updates and images, opinions, best practices, as well as tweets about her personal life.
— The Farmerette (@thefarmerette) January 22, 2016
8. Chad Lee
Chad is an extension professor and agronomist at the University of Kentucky. He tweets images, event information, best practices and the latest research.
wheat (front), barley (middle) & rye (back) research plots in Lexington today. Some freeze damage on all plants. pic.twitter.com/siBM9eC0hu
— Chad Lee (@KentuckyCrops) February 12, 2016