Felfies: Farmers' selfies make the Twitter rounds MetroNews Canada Kim Hyatt simply had to show off the sparkling-eyed Jewel she got for Christmas. So the Milverton dairy farmer pulled out her cellphone and extended her arm.
Farmer selfies circulate in Saskatchewan CBC.ca A popular internet trend has now spread to Saskatchewan — the farmer selfie. Farmers were responding Friday to Morning Edition host Sheila Coles's call to send in their smartphone self-portraits.
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