Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from March 25, 2020


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for March 25. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your Instagram pics with #agdaily.

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Here Pennsylvania the governor has began enforcing the shutdown of nonessential businesses and clarifying what jobs are actually essential, along with a stay at home order for some counties. I’m blessed to be an essential personnel fun fact) I actually work in animal production. What is your job and are you considered essential or nonessential?! 💼⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ •#dairygood #dairyamazing #steer #heifer #cowsofinstagram #jeresycow #undeniablydairy #milkproducer #largeanimals #dairycow #kathrynthomasphotography #mdlivin #supportfarmers #marylandphotographer #farmphotography #farmphotographer #agdaily #country_feature #raw_country #agphotographer #agphotography #agriculture #agriculturalphotographer #agmorethanever #tellingthestoryofagriculture #nationalagweek

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Happy #nationalagday to all the other folks in the industry working sun up to past sun down like my family is . To those who work in acres not hours . We are so extremely lucky to live in a world with so many dang choices at the grocery stores. Whether you want organic, conventional, gmo, non gmo, antibiotic free, grain fed or grass finished and everything in between: the food is safe. You can rest assured as a momma shopping for her family that no matter what you pick, no matter what the label says it’s safe! That food was worked hard to produce, the care put into it is larger than some may ever know. The people who are behind that produce, love what they do dearly and put their blood sweat and tears into these things called farms, ranches, Homestead’s, dairy’s, feedlots etc . It’s a lifestyle that most clock in at age 3 and never clock back out, some get here as fast as they could like myself . To each and every person that trucks, moves, touches or supports the Ag industry. Happy day to you. To those before us, and to those after us god bless you all! . My favorite farmer sacrifices supper times, bedtimes and fun for others to eat. And he’s a pretty special guy to us ❤️ Hes choosing this lifestyle for us, not over us! #ag #agriculture #ourfarm #firstgenerationfarm #homesteading #farmer #farmerswife #agnowmorethanever #farm365 #leavingalegacy #familyfarm #futureisag #farmmom #farmwifestrong #farmwivesclub #agvocate #advocate #positivevibes #thankafarmer #farmtotable #pasturetoplate #johndeere #johndeereproud #agproud

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Much excitement over a new round bale 😍

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Sod Farm Pallets // 3.21.2020

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Happy National Ag Day! 🌟 I’m forever grateful for the opportunity to have been raised in agriculture. While agriculture entails much more than the farm, I couldn’t imagine growing up anywhere but on the farm and I cannot wait for our future children to do the same. The lessons I’ve learned and opportunities I’ve had due to agriculture have exceeded more than anything I could have ever dreamed of. Today, @aggrad announced this year’s 30 under 30. There were 30 individuals chosen across the country who excel in our industry and help move it forward. I consider it a high honor and feel extremely privileged that I was nominated and selected to be a part of these 30 individuals this year. Here’s to you, agriculture. Thanks for being a great industry to live and work in and especially for blessing us with adorable baby calves like this one. 🥰♥️

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