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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Dec. 13

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Dec. 13. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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This little guy was born yesterday and even though he got right up and followed his mom all around he’s just not quite right. Temp was completely normal, lungs sounded good, but he doesn’t appear to be nursing like he should so took advantage of having another set of hands and tube fed him. Hopefully he just needed a few extra calories to jump start his appetite. Definitely going to keep a close eye on him for a while. . . . . #farmlife #notallrainbowsandbutterflies #sickcalf #myjobdependsonag #doctoringcalves #vacattlemen #instagood #instapic #angus #beef #cattle #cow #cows #cowsofinstagram #calf #calves #snow #snowday #snowmageddon #ag #agdaily #agriculture #farm #farming #myjob #love #myoffice #coworkers #december

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Have your kids ever asked for a pet for Christmas? 🐶🐱🐰🐴. Santa has always told my kids he doesn’t bring animals. (Thank you Santa! 🎅🏻) However, this sweet animal-loving daughter of mine is pleading for a puppy. We already have a horse and a dog, but my hubby is now showing me puppy photos too. 😬 I’m trying to be the strong one, but c’mon, we’re talking puppies…those cute squishy faces don’t play fair. ❤️🐶❤️. . . . . . . . #countrylife #horsesofinstagram #farmlife #farmhousechristmas #farmiswheretheheartis #farmhouse #pasture #christmaswish #farmhousefix #dearsanta #americanfarmhouse #buffaloplaid #bhgchristmas #countrygirl #countryliving #countrylivingmag #farmkids #countrychristmas #whitehorse #kidsatchristmas

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One of my absolute favorite things about the ranching business is the sense of family that comes with it. It’s not only immediate family either; it’s uncles, aunts, and even close family friends. Over the past few years, I’ve gotten to witness the beauty of people coming together to help a neighbor or a friend build and grow their livelihood. There is no pay out most of the time. For those that come to help, they do it out of the grace of their heart, and that’s just so magical to me. Out there, working, we’re all family. We’re all looking to accomplish the same goal, and not out of selfishness or for personal gain, but out of love and support. I’ve always said that many hands make light work, and that’s true, but in the same sense, many minds make great ideas and that could not be more true when it comes to everyone pitching in to help work cattle. I couldn’t be more grateful that God has put me in a position that I get to see and experience these things first hand. I oddly feel as though this is where I was supposed to end up in life and that just speaks to my heart in so many ways; the fact that God has a plan and a way for us even before we could ever ATTEMPT to even think about it. To say I’m ready to be out there all day, everyday, is an understatement. I’m forever grateful for this life, this business and for the people who make it happen. . . . #ranchlife #longlivecowboys #cowboylifestyle #cattleranch #westernlifestyle

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