Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Feb. 21, 2019


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Feb. 21. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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You’ve got a herd. 🐮 Maybe not a herd of cows, a flock or sheep or tribe of goats, but a herd of people. People who follow you, support you, cheer for you. All that. You may not think you do, but you do. I struggled to believe that for a long time- and just because you don’t have thousands upon thousands of followers doesn’t mean you aren’t an influencer. 📱 People make decisions everyday based upon what they know and believe and that all comes from their decision to follow people like you on Instagram. You think you won’t influence someone’s belief about agriculture? You might surprise yourself. 💡 I encourage you to post meaningful content. When I say meaningful, I’m thinking meaningful content to you. What makes your heart skip a beat? What makes you ready to attack your day? Show the highs and lows. We’re humans. But never force people to down a bunch of educational content at once. It’s hard to swallow. 👩🏼‍💻 What is your favorite thing to share to your followers? Let me know in the comments. ⬇️

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The REAL pets of #NationalPetDay 🐮 . Leave a gate open just for a second and they’ll find it. Leave the barn door open and you’ll find them inside. . They’re more like rowdy adolescents than cows. . And why does it seem like they’re always in the way? . Either way, these gals are the up and comers of the herd and we love spoiling them. . Gentle and curious, eating cake out of our hands, that’s how we like ‘em! Happy National Pet Day to our furry bovine pets! . . . . #ranchlife #agdaily #agriculture #cattlewomen #agchat #agricultureproud #familyranch #longlivecowboys #cowboylife #cattleranching #rurallife #countryliving #ranchingforaliving #ranchy #feedingcows #bestofmontanaag #angusbeef #blackangusbeef #blackangus #cattlemen #angus #montanaangus #americanangusassociation #mtangusassociation #cattletales #knowyourrancher #pasturetoplate #montanaliving #ranchinginmontana

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