ARMi Adopts Twitter Voluntary Standards

More State ARMs are setting up http://twitter.com accounts. If you would like one, it is easy and fun. It is a great way to get the message of family farm food freedom and alliances for raw milk out to those looking for connections– both farmers and consumers. You will find like-minded folks to follow and people can follow you.

Here are some examples of new ARM Twitters. These are being used for state-specific raw milk/farm food freedom links/news/info. These are voluntary standards, of course, but you may find this fun and easy once you get the hang of it.

http://twitter.com/TXRawMilk
http://twitter.com/OhioRawMilk
http://twitter.com/AKRawMilk
http://twitter.com/WAARM

The preferred naming standard is MassRawMilk, MinnRawMilk or OhioRawMilk. Everyone is useing the state ARM logo–so it looks real cool across the internet and gets attention. The best way to focus and make your feed valuable is to post raw milk and food/farm freedom issues specific to your state or surrounding states and the bigger national stories. Of course, it is up to you if you post recipes too!

These will be aggregated into the USARMi feed at http://twitter.com/USARMi to create a live streaming international feed on ARMi Posts (https://milkraw.wordpress.com SEE IT ) and the ARM Internationale web page http://wholefoodusa.org

This will be in addition to a separate feed Cathy Raymond does http://twitter.com/CathyAtTheFund

Comment below if you will set one up and let us know so we can include you on the ARM Internationale feed! (It’s working!)

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