Blogger Spotlight: The Real Farmwives of America
The Real Farmwives of America have undergone a makeover.
A group of Indiana farm women, blogging about life on and off the farm, founded the organization, which was initially launched as a Facebook page in 2010 with a website added later. Recently, they revamped their website and re-evaluated their goals to better serve their readers.
The site has a brand new look and feel, with featured sections such as a Meet a Farmer map, which highlights farmers across the country. The group has also incorporated theme days into their blog posts, such as Home & Garden posts on Mondays and Farmer Fridays.
Heather Hill, a Hancock County pork farmer and driving force behind the website, says they wanted to make sure content was constantly being offered to readers so they could stay connected.
For more on the Real Farmwives of America, visit realfarmwivesofamerica.com.