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Farmer turned TikTok superstar | North Queensland Register



A Victorian farmer has taken the internet by storm, posting his farming escapades on social media platform TikTok, and amassing millions of views and likes.

Mittyack farmer Peter Stone, who runs a mixed cropping and beef enterprise, with a few sheep on the side, joined TikTok in mid-2019, and over a year later has 430,700 followers and 6.1 million likes on his hundreds of videos.

The videos provide a humorous take on everyday farm life and include anything from a sheep getting lost from the flock or a bull that won’t move out of the way of the car.

His two farm dogs Pip and Spud, as well as his mischievous alpaca Patrick, also get a fair bit of air time, and “more fan mail that I do”, he joked.

Mr Stone said the TikTok account began as a…



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