When three young farmers with a passion for cinematography decide to join forces, you know you’re in for a visual treat. By combining their spectacular agricultural videos and posting them to social media, they have amassed an enormous following with more than a million views. One third of the sensation that is Broad Acre Bros is today’s guest. Jack Moyses is a 5th generation broad acre farmer growing oats and canola - and he always has a camera in hand to capture some bush magic. Jack joins me to discuss:
The orange glow of a sunset is Jack’s favourite time of the day.
Jack always had a passion for videography and when he discovered TikTok, his hobby found a platform.
The best videos he has produced featuring the machinery, tools and of course the harvest time.
The #broadacrebros now has over 1.2million views.
Jack lives in Western Australia on some of the most productive land in the state.
Although his work is seasonal, Jack shares what a day in the life of an oat and canola farmer looks like.
Jack’s process for creating content for TikTok and uploading
Cam and Heath collaborate on Broad Acre Bros and Jack shares how they all connected.
Small communities are what Jack loves most about being a farmer.
The international community of friends Jack has made using social media platforms like TikToK and Snapchat.
Jack’s favourite video from the content he has created.
The most common misconception of being a farmer.
The ultimate future for Broad Acre Bros.
We hope to see you back on the road soon, to learn more about how Australia grows on the next episode of Australian Farmers with Angie Asimus.