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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Jan. 20, 2020

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Jan. 20. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your Instagram pics with #agdaily.

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Sunrise over chicken houses // 1.15.2020

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That Monday feeling, brought to you by 603 😝

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If you let a kid grow up on a farm, they will probably learn how to take care of animals. Feeding, cleaning up after, and falling in love with them is all part of the process. If you let a kid grow up on a farm, he’ll learn an appreciation for the land and understand that it’s value is worth more than any monetary amount. It’s a piece of us & a heritage to build for the future. If you give a kid the opportunity to grow up on a farm, they will have responsibility and wisdom from a young age. They will see the circle of life, understand the gravity of mistakes, and be more aware of safety because of their life on the farm. And most of all, if you let a kid grow up on a farm, chances are that when they’re all grown up…they just might want to come back & join you, to raise the next generation…of kids on the farm. 🚜

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Too cute not to get a picture with this girl! 💕 . Calves are always the cutest. But once they get their ear tags they seem to grow up so darn fast. . For a calf, getting an ear tag is a lot like us getting our ears pierced. One quick poke and that’s about all of the discomfort. 2001 (pictured) didn’t even jump up or vocalize when I tagged her yesterday morning. . Unique animal identification is important. For one whether you raise Herefords, Angus, or any other type of breed or composite, some calves will look alike. And if you need to sort off certain cows and their babies to move to different pasture, that ID tag is essential. . On top of that, if one is acting under the weather, you can record that and keep watch on her. Much easier to ask everyone to keep an eye on 1927, instead of the brown and white heifer calf with a spot on her head, dehorned, but less loose skin under her belly than 1928 who she pretty much is a twin to. 😜 . Think about all the forms of identification we have! Birth certificate, social security card, drivers license, school ID, university ID, passport, and the list can go on!

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Easter in January 🥚

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