Welcome to The New Crop!

RFD-TV partners with a handful of agricultural social media influencers who we’ve dubbed “The New Crop.”

These folks take to the internet to tell their stories — and, at the same time, raise awareness of where our food comes from and all that goes into feeding the world population.

So, who exactly are these young guns?

Some are men. Some are women. Some are part of multi-generational agricultural operations. And some are recently-transplanted “city slickers,” who are starting from scratch and learning valuable lessons along the way. (Sometimes the hard way!)

They come from all over: From the Midwest to the South and elsewhere.

The New Crop holds a wealth of hard-earned agricultural know-how and wisdom that they are excited to share with anyone that’s excited to learn and enjoy the journey with them!

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Get to know RFD-TV’s “The New Crop!”

RFD-TV partners with a handful of agricultural social media influencers who we’ve dubbed “The New Crop.” These folks take to the internet to tell their stories — and at the same time, raise awareness of where our food comes from, and all that goes into feeding the world population.

Misilla is the host of Learn to Grow and The Crafty Mom on YouTube. A Pacific Northwest mother of four who is passionate about organic gardening, sustainable living, homesteading, and education, her videos and social media posts consist of gardening, outdoor recreation, healthy living, crafts, science experiments, DIY projects, and delicious recipes.
How Farms Work is a family-friendly YouTube channel that showcases beef and crop farms located in Southwestern Wisconsin. Equipment operation, techniques, and farming strategies are all first-hand accounts given by Ryan, an Agriculture Business major whose family runs these farms.
Cole Sonne is a fourth-generation farmer living in Southeastern South Dakota. His family farm raises Black Angus bulls and grows alfalfa, grass, hay, corn, and soybeans. Cole says, “I make these videos for your entertainment (and for my own, as well)!”
A few years ago, the Stoney Ridge Farmer moved from a 1/3-acre lot in the city to a 150-acre farm nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
Tara Beaver Coronado (formerly known as Beaver Vineyards) is a farmer in Northern California. She raises grain crops with her dad. Tara planted her very first vineyard in 2018. Her channel is centered around her daily life on the farm, as well as promoting the diversity and scale of California agriculture.
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