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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Nov. 17

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Here are some of the best agricultural photos on Instagram for Nov. 17. Want to get listed? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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A photo posted by Tag #Renegade_Rural (@renegade_rural) on

"Wheel of History" – A reminder of the past now at rest. With advances in agriculture, we don't reinvent the wheel but we are always striving to improve it. . Soil health is a great example. Summerfallow (resting the land for one season & tilling to control weeds) used to be a commonplace practice for our ancestors. But over time, we learned long-term use of summerfallow actually degraded soil quality and was not sustainable, so the practice was discontinued. Instead of ploughing, zero-till, conservation or minimal tillage are now the norm. Improving organic matter, reducing soil erosion and loss of nutrients are priorities. . Soil scientists, agronomists and farmers work together to create and keep fields healthy. Soil testing, field mapping and GPS technology create maps and 'prescriptions' for fertilizer, ensuring it is being applied efficiently and only in amounts needed. Less tillage and efficient placement of fertilizer means less use of resources and a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. . The learning is ongoing and when we know better, we do better. Farmers have a deep connection to the land and the environment. Our workplace is also our home. The love of the land and growing food runs deep. There is sometimes a negative perception with changing farming practices and a romanticized ideal of the past. But we don't change simply for the sake of change. There is always a reason and advances in science and technology will continue to help guide the way. If you ever want to learn more, just ask a farmer. . . . #morningmusings #agriculture #farming #farmers #farmlife #farm365 #soil #soilhealth #tillage #rurallife #ruralhistory #remindersofthepast #wheel #oldwheel #connections #conservation #technology #ag #agvocate #ageducation #agchat #agmorethanever #agproud #askafarmer

A photo posted by Sandi Knight (@sandiknight) on

Bucking the march of time. (Farm relic 008) #ia365 #farmtog

A photo posted by Joe Murphy (@jmurphpix) on

#throughthedoor #fallcolors #barndoor #farmlife #farmpicture

A photo posted by Brant Stevenson (@captain_brant) on

More prettiness from rural North Dakota 😊 ▸▸ new blog post for the entire @agweek shoot → link in profile

A photo posted by Erin (Ehnle) Brown (@grand_vale_co) on

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