Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Feb. 26, 2019


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Feb. 26. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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Good morning! Let’s talk a little about feed! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Our feeding season usually starts about October and ends around March. How much we feed our livestock depends on the year and how dry it has been! We feed a 20 or 28% protein cube. We also have them on a year-round mineral program. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The South Texas area is much more green than Eastern New Mexico, so I was surprised when Kent informed me that they have had a “dry” year. Especially with the humidity they tend to have down there. Something I’ve been learning consistently about is the different types of climates and how they affect livestock. Every rancher has a different process because they have to. No piece of land is the same. I also found out that cows love prickly pear, which isn’t surprising because I love a good prickly pear margarita myself. 😉😋 – @madimccall_ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #MDITA #texasagriculturematters #igtexas #womeninag #agdaily #madimccall #cattletales

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And all three of those things we see every day.

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It's not down on any map, true places never are. –Herman Melville _____________________ Sunsets at My Spot series 1 of 3. _____________________ Sometimes, when your short on time but dying to get a few shots, you go to that one place that you know will deliver almost every time. This spot is mine. I can usually guarantee a great shot and it's just close enough to home that if I can't find a new spot, I've got easy access to this one. I'd love to know: do you have a go-to location or do you try not to hit the same places too often? _____________________ #country_features #countryroads #rsa_country #country_vibe #agdaily @iowa_agriculture @agriculture_worldwide @usa_agriculture #ruralexposures #ptk_rural #trb_rural #rsa_rural #wildruralcollective #backroad_visions #takeabackroad #graveltravel #sunsetsniper #sunsetmadness #epicsunset #sunset_vision #gameoftones #thisisiowa #myiowa #highlightiowa #exploreiowa #iowagrams #aroundiowa #onlyiniowa @capture_iowa @515grammers @iowatography_ig #ig_iowa #nocoastcollective #hey_ihadtosnapthat #midwest_captures @midwestlivingmag #goandcapturethelight

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We redheads get along just fine it’s like we are part of a club or something 😉 • • One of the main questions I get asked is how come we don’t have more breeds than #Holstein on our farm? Well, if I had it my way I’d have a lot more redheads! But in reality, our farm isn’t built for the smaller dairy breeds like jerseys, ayrshires or other various breeds. • • The freestalls in our barn are larger so all manure is in the lane instead of the beds if a cow is laying down while she poops. Our parlor is much easier on the workers if the cow is large enough to not move around while putting the machine on. • • Our farm runs on safety and efficiency. But I’m for sure asking for some red Holsteins anytime I get the chance!

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Sunset // Carey Farms // 2.25.19

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I swear he loved this.

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