Want to keep up-to-date with how the NFU is working for its members? Follow us on our new Instagram NFULife.
The account is in place to keep members informed with the work of the organisation, and how it is championing British farming in England and Wales.
Called NFULife, the account features snippets from member and stakeholder meetings, MP visits, policy and sector-based wins to show how the NFU is fighting to create an environment where farming businesses can thrive in the years ahead.
You can also follow our @NFUCountryside on Instagram which shouts loud and proud about the beautiful British countryside and the efforts our farmers make to maintaining the countryside we all cherish.
This is the NFU's main Twitter account with more than 50,000 followers. This is run by the Communications Team at Stoneleigh HQ.
We try and respond to as many tweets as possible, within reason. However, the account is rarely manned before 8.30am, after 6pm or at weekends. Find out how you can contact your nearest NFU office here.
What else can I follow?
For the latest on Westminster and our activities with government, follow our External Affairs team in London on @NFUPolitical.
To get a handle on European matters we have @NFUsInBrussels, manned by our team a stones-throw away from the from the European Commission in Brussels.
Keep up-to-date with all thing students and young farmers with our award-winning #studentfarmer magazine here.
Our account for all things countryside and rural life can be found tweeting here.
We also have Twitter accounts running in the regions, so you connect in your area:
With more than 40,000 fans on Facebook, the NFU has a great following on Facebook. The NFU is the voice of British farming representing farmers and growers across England and Wales. We lobby nationally and in Europe on behalf of our members to ensure their voice is heard. And we campaign for people to support our farmers.
We’re asking the public to Back British Farming by seeking out British produce and enjoying the fruits of their labours. By doing so, fans will be playing an important part in helping our farmers and growers to deliver even more now and to our future generations.