Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Sept. 12, 2019


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Sept. 12. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily.

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WOW! I am truly in awe of how amazing y'all are! The #MilkchugChallenge went crazy today! You are making my dream a reality. Thank you 😭😍 Thank you for helping make this challenge a success. — "For the month of September, my dream was to bring awareness to hunger action month while encouraging people to have some fun drinking milk on social media with the #MilkChugChallenge. — By doing something as simple as drinking a glass of milk, you can help give milk to families in need in our communities,” said Tara. — “Thanks to the support of @cargill, we are hoping to bring that dream to life and raise $1,000 total for — With the #MilkChugChallenge, we can support our dairy farmers and help provide nutritious milk to those in need and hopefully get some good laughs from some funny videos!” @agdailymedia

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This view is one of my favorites. Corn field, green grass, dirt road, blue sky, and sunshine. It’s HOME. It’s hard to beat, would you agree? 🇺🇸 To me, views like this are peaceful reminders of the wonderful lives we live here in rural America. 18 years ago today, I didn’t fully understand what was happening. I was in 3rd grade. All I knew was that bad people didn’t like us and had attacked our country by flying planes into tall buildings. Mom and I went to get gas after school and the line was miles long. EVERYONE was scared. 🇺🇸 I’m 27 years old and I understand a little bit more of it now, but not a whole lot. I still know that bad people don’t like us and how we live. I also know that there are MANY brave men and women who protect our country every single day so that I can have views like this when I drive home at night. 🇺🇸 Today I feel thankful. Thankful for my country and for the people who protect it. I’m thankful that the fighting and war that followed this day didn’t take place on American soil. I’m thankful for a life in agriculture and the freedom to pursue my dreams. 🇺🇸 On this day 18 years ago, I went to the barn while my parents watched the news. It was the only place I felt peace and like nothing bad could happen to me. It’s funny, I do the same thing to this day 😉 🇺🇸 Where were you when the world stopped turning, on this September day? ❤️ #TheFarmStory

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A boy and his dog 💙🐶

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Why do I farm? I’ve spent the past three days trying to answer this question when I remembered a blog post that I wrote back in March 2016. While things have changed since I wrote this post—for example, my morning beverage of choice alternates between coffee and tea now and I’m not doing the morning milking and calf feeding every day—what hasn’t changed is my love of dairy farming. I honestly can’t imagine a life without cows. . I’m posting for @grayslateholsteins and @dairygirlpromo’s #farmlifethroughalens photo challenge. The theme for today is Wednesday Why, so I’m sharing a few of the reasons why I farm. . . . #naomisbirdsongfarm #modernmilkmaid #dairyfarmer #farmher #womenwhofarm #womeninag #iamyourfarmer #lifeonthefarm #farm365 #familyfarm #canadianfarmers #canadiandairyfarmers #dairyfarm #dairylove #bcdairy

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