Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Dec. 17


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Dec. 17. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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Want a kiss? For reference those bars are about nine inches apart. His nose touches both. This is big boy Buttercup our gentle giant. He consumes 20 pounds of feed per day and is well over 1000 pounds. The earth shakes when he moves. He loves cuddles, sometimes he sits for treats and his happy squeals sound high pitched and trill like a guinea pig. He could wrap his mouth around an average size man's torso and snap it in half. He could out run most humans. Instead be chooses to be a sweet soul and acts like a little puddin' pie! He's incredible! #pigsofinstagram #agdaily #buttercup #gentlegiant #boar #farm365 #blessed #ilovepigs #pigofig #piglove #piggy #pigs #pig #idaho #sandpoint #northwest #northwestgrown #knowthyfarmer #knowyourfarmer #thankyoujesus

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God made the world, with its wide open spaces grasslands, mountains, and majestic places Then paused and said, it needs one more thing- Someone to care for the land and the stock, to provide others with food, and watch over His flock So God made the rancher, with leathery hands and a gentle, knowing eye with patience and humor, and a resourceful mind enduring and strong weathered but kind To care for His pastures and do manual labor to work to the bone yet commune with the Lord in the early quiet hours When He completed the task He had started He was delighted and proud and greatly rewarded For the world, when seen through a rancher’s eyes is a little more beautiful a little more fruitful a little more pleasant and a little more like paradise. {Why God made the Rancher} By Richelle Barrett

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