Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from April 11, 2019


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for April 11. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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Maybe she is part dalmatian and her spots will come later?! 😂 — This girl is in our young group pens. After the calves leave the hutches at 3 months old, they move to a group pen. While the hutches keep them safe when they are babies, the group pens are great for helping calves learn about life in the herd and how to use the stanchions. It's pretty fun to watch the calves when they first move into the pens. They are running and kicking and having a ball. It kind of like when a kindergarten class heads out for recess. Our calves stay in these pens for 3 months before they are off to the heifer ranch. Have a question about this age group of calves? Leave me a comment below!

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Spring months are hectic, but with good reason. During all the hustle, are you forgetting to communicate with your consumers? 📲 I promise I won’t judge you if it maybe slips your mind, because you have a farm to run and social media is just another thing you need to maintain. 🤦🏼‍♀️ If you don’t keep communicating though, will you truly be sustainable in the long run? I know it’s a hassle. But, if you give up just a few minutes a day or even batch a week’s worth of content in one sitting, you’d be surprised the difference it would make. 💻 The best part about communicating through social media, is that there really isn’t a ‘specific’ time of day you need to post. You should post when you have the time to take a few minutes, think and engage. Your followers will be more likely to see your post if you are there, being authentic and right in the middle of the interaction with them. Don’t worry about following trends, being different is what makes you unique and keeps those customers coming back. 🔙 When you do find yourself posting most of your content?

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