10 Irish farming TikTok accounts to follow
That’s Farming has compiled a list (in no particular order) of ten farming accounts that you should follow on TikTok.
The Kerry native documents her “struggles as a part-time suckler farmer” and commonly features her beloved Massey Ferguson 135.
That’s Farming previously profiled her as part of our women in ag series. She explained to us how she began working on the family farm three years ago, following his father’s accident and is a full-time store manager for ALDI.
This creator hails from an 80-cow dairy farm, that keeps store lambs over the winter period. He set up his TikTok account during the first phase of Covid-19 restrictions and posted a clip of a pup he was training, which gained over 50,000 views in a short period.
He aims to post a “combination of agricultural content with a hint of our native language”. That’s Farming previously interviewed him about college life (studying Irish and business), family farming and his plans for the future.
Lauren hails from a suckler and sheep farm and sat her Leaving Certificate in June 2022. She posts content which captures family farming life with a humorous twist and aims to be a role model by empowering women in agriculture.
Sixsmith – also known as the Irish Farmerette – is a dairy farmer milking 140 cows and author of fun farming books, including Would You Marry a Farmer?
Her other titles include How to be the Perfect Farm Wife and An Ideal Farm Husband. On the video-sharing platform, she posts about family life, dairy farming, writing and the realities of marrying a farmer.
Norman Connolly, Tuam, Co Galway, dispersed his 80-cow suckler herd to focus on specialising in high-end in-calf heifers to supply the suckler market.
In a previous interview with That’s Farming, Connolly discussed his farm’s history, making changes on-farm to benefit family life, his current operation and the modern-day suckler cow.
On his TikTok account, he posts sale previews and clips of day-to-day farming activities.
April Higgins and Alymer Power own the popular Limerick-based pedigree Swiss Valais Blacknose sheep flock. The account posts clips of ‘the world’s cutest sheep’ breed, covering ag show prep, shearing, lambing, and feeding (biscuits!).
Bergin describes herself as a “little, trained actor who farms”. She grew up on a beef farm and completed the Gaiety School of Acting’s two-year full-time programme. Clips of her farming with her father and calf rearing commonly feature on her TikTok account.
Cullinan, a part-time farmer and full-time support worker in the intellectual disability sector, posts content from his family’s 500-acre dairy (280 cows) and beef enterprise.
In a previous interview with That’s Farming, he discussed his family farming roots, dairy expansion and LGBTQ+ in rural Ireland.
The Westmeath-based company has over three decades of experience sourcing high-quality dairy and beef livestock for customers throughout Europe. Its posts about farming, sourcing and transporting stock for customers, and its new underpass.
Katie hails from her family’s beef and sheep farm, is currently completing her Green Cert, is a social care worker and owner of Shanahan School of Irish Dance.
On TikTok, she posts about farm life, women in agriculture and her beloved Skye and Milly. Read more on this interview with That’s Farming.
(Note: Click name to access each account listed above)