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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from April 27

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for April 27. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

My new split end treatment is really doing wonders.

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have a mootiful day! i loved taking pics of these pretty gals today

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Farm chores just got a little easier and a lot more fun! A new-to-us side by side is exactly what we need to be more efficient on the farm. We’ve spent the last year hauling food and water by foot to all our animals, and with more animals spread out over our property, this will free up more time (to do more work of course 😜). β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ #knowyourfarmer #nongmo #familyfarm #farmher #smallfarm #farmlove #healthyfood #farmlife #bcfarms #knowyourfarmer #farmtotable #sustainablebilty #foodmatters #sustainablefarming #whatsonyourplate #localeats #paleo #educateyourself #bethechange #betterthanorganic #followme #tastethelocaldifference #shuswap #vernon #salmonarm #agmorethanever #agdaily

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Day in the fields… #farmgirl #farmher #plant18 #farmbaby

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Perfectly planted. #PlantingSeason2018 #FarmersFeedTheWorld

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Joy in a job well done. Little FarmHer Raye is learning already there is a satisfaction in not only rising to tasks but exceeding them. She's taken on the job of egg gathering. Nasty weather, injured ribs, pastures calling to her and more do not distract her from heading out and getting her eggs. She delights in sending guests home with a dozen or two, but before she does she opens the cartons, showing her wares telling tales of where they were found and by whom they were laid. Here the chickens roam the farm and gathering the eggs is a scramble over logs, thru the creek, into barns and sheds, hidden in haystack, up in the pines… a true adventure-and work! Work is something she's not afraid of. Work is something she knows brings rewards. Work is something in which she's proud. The joy, the pride so very evident on that face! #workhardplayhard #determined #farmkid #bestlife #gogetit #rewards #farmersworkhard #womenwhofarm #strongwomen #ethics #driven #goals #proudparents #agdaily #goforit #striveforgreatness #earning #farmlifebestlife #ruralliving #countrylife #farmfresh #eggs #freerangekid #freerangechickens

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Hello everyone! I have been seeing a lot of new faces on here. So I thought it might be time for a quick introduction. Plus I needed a chance to use my awesome new headshots thanks to @seasonssharpphoto πŸ˜‰ I am Tara, and I am an environmental scientist, mom and dairy farmer. My husband and I farm in New Mexico with our two girls. I am passionate about advocating for modern dairy farming. My background allows me to bring a unique perspective to the dairy industry. As an environmental scientist, I share about sustainability, water conservation and cow poop πŸ’©. As a mom, I want to produce wholesome, nutritious milk for not only my family, but your family too. My goal is to bridge the gap between consumers and farmers, and change people's perceptions about farming by sharing my everyday experience. I would love to hear from all of you. What brings you to my page and what questions do you have about farming?

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The first glimpse of future grapes πŸ‡

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She’s very photogenic.β™₯οΈπŸ“·

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