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Why not use time at home for Idaho farm kids to produce videos to share their farm stories with other kids from around the country?
Take an Idaho Farm Video
Kids ages 6-18 -- Get your phone or parent's phone and record a video between 30 seconds and 2 minutes that shows something interesting from your Idaho farm. Do you take care of sheep? Do you have a haystack in your barn? Do you see baby cows being born? Old tractor behind the house? Feel free to narrate what is seen. Please, no still photographs for the Idaho Farm Kid Quarantine Challenge.
(1) A child could film and narrate the video simultaneously while showing something on the farm, or (2) a parent could videotape their child talking while showing something on the farm, or (3) a parent could interview a child while videotaping them showing something on the farm.
Parental Permission & Safety
Parents can click on the button below to send the video and sign a form authorizing the video to be placed on the website. Submission may use first name of kids, but for online safety, please do not use last names or identify a specific Idaho town or valley. Video may indicate that one lives in a region such as Southeast, Southcentral, North Idaho, etc., if desired.
We advise that all videos follow farm safety practices. Videos are posted below. Families are also encouraged to share it on their own personal social media. Have fun!!!!!
Click Here to Submit Video/Parental Form
Oliver and his family are #stillfarming
Olivia and her cow
Jantz and his horse
Brayden and Brody & a big o tractor
Alyssa workhorse training
Hailey, Sydney & Logan with their goats
Garrett and his horses
Hallee and the mixer
Case and Emilee in the potato cellar
Blyss and her horses
Kids on the farm