Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from March 15, 2019


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for March 15. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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Heres lookin' at you, kid. ❤

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"There are no shortcuts to success. If it's going to be done the right way, it's going to take longer," our rancher, Dean. The food we enjoy takes time, thank a farmer. . . This picture represents a season of planting, growing, and harvesting to create the unique blended diet for our cows. . . It takes another full three years and 21 days before he has your burgers ready for the grill. The food we eat takes dedication, thank a rancher. . . . . . . . #nationalagday #nationalagweek #aglife #agproud #agday #farm365 #ranch365 #knowyourrancher #knowyourbeef #knowyourfood #thankafarmer #thankarancher #cattleranch #ranchlife #ranching #farming #farmerlife #farmer #agriculture #agriculturelife #nebraska #westernnebraska #familyranch #feedingamerica #carhartt

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Isn’t it funny how sometimes going the “wrong way” will lead us to the most beautiful destinations? 🙌🏼 🌈 I’m notorious for getting lost, taking a wrong turn, having to turn around, and taking an extra, unplanned 10-15 minutes to get somewhere new. I’ve learned to accept it 🤷🏼‍♀️😂 but how can you get mad about it when sights like THIS are the result? 🌈 Yes, it happened again last night on my way to Montgomery City. But the ENTIRE way there, I got to see the most beautiful double rainbow. It was the brightest and most vibrant rainbow I’ve EVER seen! 🌈 As I was pulling into town, I noticed this red barn and how the rainbow hit justttttt right. So naturally, I turned around (again) and snapped this photo before continuing to my destination. 🌈 On this #NationalAgDay, I challenge you to see the good whenever you can. Even when everything is covered in mud, water is standing in more places than it isn’t, and patience is wearing thin. This is a good life we live and even in hard times, most of us wouldn’t trade it for anything! #TheFarmStory

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