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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from August 7, 2019

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for August 7. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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The barn that my grandpa, dad, uncles, and aunts built. I never got to meet my grandpa. He passed away before I was born. But, he left behind a legacy of hard work and dedication. He was by no means perfect, but he created a work ethic and ingenuity in his kids that has been passed down from generation to generation. Thanks, Grandpa. 💕 Circa 1956. . @ashlandwihistory . . #northlensphotography #countrylifestylephotographer #wisconsinphotographer #wisconsinfarm #farmingphotographydaily #farmandranchlivingmagazine #agdaily #onthefarmagain #wisconsinfarm #oldbarn #farmphotography #barnlife #outinthecountry #upnorthlife #barnsofinstagram #onlyinwisconsin #hayloft #hayseason #familyfarm #wisconsinheritage #farmingfamily #faithfamilyfarm #stoodthetestoftime #ashlandwisconsin #memorylane

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FIELD CORN vs SWEET CORN. Field corn : very tall, stronger stalks, larger ears, higher yields, tastes disgusting. Sweet corn: shorter, less resilient, smaller ears, tastes delicious! (Check out my story.. I ate an embarrassing amount tonight). Most of the field corn in our area is used to produce ethanol and a small percentage is for pig and cattle feed. Seed corn, popcorn, and white corn are also planted around us but on a much smaller scale. Sweet corn is more of a “garden” crop and field corn is where our livelihood comes from. Sweet, field, seed, white, pop… whatever the type of corn, they all have an important role and are a vital part of farming communities. Isn’t agriculture a-maize-ing!? 🌽🌽🌽🌽🌽 #KnowYourFarmer #FarmLife #Farmher #RowCropGang #AgDaily #WomenInAg #Nebraska #WomenWhoFarm #Grow19

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