Everyone from David Cameron to Hillary Clinton has embraced YouTube, proving it's no longer the domain of the young. And now it's the turn of farmers to get in on the act, with 'NFUTube'.
So what does this alluring prospect deliver? A red-faced, angry barley baron railing against the EU for cutting his subsidy to a mere £50,000 an acre? A red-faced, angry cattle farmer demanding ramblers get 'orf' his land?
No, instead we are promised President Peter Kendall "discussing climate change" and council member Guy Smith "promoting farming education packs."
Er, thanks for the offer guys - but I think I'll stick to stalking old girlfriends on Facebook.