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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from April 8, 2020

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for April 8. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your Instagram pics with #agdaily.

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Super moon rising over the farm tonight…

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Another sunset shot for all our new friends here on Instagram. Thanks so much to all those who have liked our photos or followed our page. We really love sharing our images with other like-minded people and being part of the photographer community. If you haven’t yet go check out our website for even more of our photos – we're having new ideas on how to improve it every day so you'll see some more fun details coming soon. #goldenhour #sunset #sunsetphotography #agriculture #ageveryday #agdaily #australiangeographic #abcmyphoto #justgoshoot #farmingpics #aussieag #ausagmoments #nikon #nikonphotography #rurallife #ruralphotography #qldagriculture #rmwoutbackmagazine #thisiscountryaustralia #ausfarmingpix #ausfarmingappreciation #mynikonlife #sunsetpics #visitbundaberg #cropping #sunlight #visitqueensland #visitqueenslandaustralia #getoutside #ausfarmersconnect

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Good morning world! #irrigate20#farm365#essential

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Life was so much simpler when you could splash your troubles away in a mud puddle. (These puddles were glorious as they were left by loaded semi tire ruts at the grain bin site.) ⠀ This time is reminding me so much of my childhood. I have fond memories of building ramps to jump our bikes, creating mud slides in our front yard, marathon hide and seek games, dropping fireworks down the chimney or shooting them off the roof, mudding the 4 wheelers down the back roads. ⠀ ⠀ I was always the instigator of the terrible ideas and for some reason I never got in trouble for them. 🤭🤭 I’ve always had a knack for talking my way out of situations. ⠀ ⠀ What is one of your favorite childhood memories? ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #farmlifeisthebestlife #countrylivingforever #farmlifestyle #farmhouse #farmwifelife #farmgirl #farmerslife #farmer #farming #fallwinter #lifeinthecountry #countryliving #farmhouseproblems #farmwife #farmhouseliving #countrykids #imagination #1000hoursoutside #simplejoy #mudpuddles #splashsplash #farmkids #girlslikeyou #outdoorplay #outdoorlifestyle #livelifeoutdoors #playoutside #0405mamas ⠀

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Let’s talk about agriculture. Over the past four years I’ve presented to thousands of high school students and every time without fail I ask them: What do you think of when you hear the word agriculture? My top five responses? Easy. I hear: farms, farmers, cows, crops, and hard work. Is this really reflective of agriculture? Sometimes, yes. But a vast majority of the time? No way! I spend 15 minutes with these high school students, telling them about the most in-demand Ag Careers, the variety of Ag career pathways, and the huge variety in career type, location, education, and salary within agriculture. There is no way that I can tell these students everything about agriculture in 15 minutes, but I can try. I found out that after talking with these students for 15 minutes, I have increased their interest in an agricultural career by 26%. Twenty-six percent! My goal started out to encourage kids to go into a career in agriculture. Over time, I’ve learned that just increasing their Ag-awareness is more than enough. Increasing these students’ Ag-awareness will help to create more adults that are knowledgeable about agriculture. And just imagine, if I can increase a students interest in an ag career by 26% in 15 minutes, what could agricultural education in schools do? My goal is no longer to encourage students to go into an agricultural career, but to change the meaning of the word agriculture. Instead of having people that associate farms, cows, crops, and hard work with agriculture, wouldn’t it be awesome to have people that associate food, technology, science, education, social media, and so much more with the word agriculture? That I why I have the project, to increase the meaning of agriculture beyond the farm. Please share this to help more people see my project so that I can work to accomplish my goal of changing the meaning of agriculture! ❤️

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07.04.2020 I was going to try and post my backlog of photos from the past month or so in chronological order, however, this capture from today trumps them all 😂🙈 so I’ll just try and date them instead – no explanation needed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #getoutside #littleandbrave #capturingchildhood #lovelifeoutside #childhoodunplugged #curiouslittleexplorers #letthembelittle #natureplay #letthemexplore #runwildmychild #littlefierceones #our_everyday_moments #wildandfreechildren #scenesnotscreens #freerangekids #whatevertheweather #theoutdoorchild #gooutdoors #farmkids #muddypuddles #thesiblingproject #wildandbravelittles #simplychildhood #darlingmovement #optoutside #adventuresofchildren #bornwildproject #raiseawildchild #borntobeadventurous

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