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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from June 11, 2020

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

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Neighbor Nat~⁣ ⁣ One of the greatest things about the Ag industry is the community. We headed a few towns over tonight so Kyle could do some wrenching on a Farmall 300 with a buddy. ⁣ ⁣ Seeing the next generation work together and hear their ideas about farming in this day and age really makes one proud to believe in the future of agriculture. To compare it to the good old days, and to look forward to our “good old days” is really something special. ⁣ ⁣ A good plug on FFA there. The connections that are made through that organization will last a lifetime and the ideas that come together are the future. ⁣ ⁣ Plus meeting new farm dogs is always a bonus 😉 Casper from Reeverts Farms is very good company. 😁 ⁣(swipe for pup pic attempt #50 😅) ⁣ #ag #agriculture #ffa #farmdog #ibelieveinthefutureofagriculture #farmall #300 #neighbors #agdaily #illinoisfarm #farming #agvocate #mccormickfarmall #cattledog #barnquilt #summer #goodolddays

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Let joy blossom!

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📸: @kerimedows. . The sunsets over our place have been extraordinary lately!! . I’m still trying to find the right words for what is going on in America right now. I’m so confused and am trying to make sense of everything. I’m being pulled in a lot of different directions. . But I’ve realized that this is ok for now. Try to listen to those in the know. If you haven’t yet go check out this week’s #WhatTheFarmPodcast where @sharkeyfarms and @highheelsandcanolafields speak with @blackcotton.us about race relations in the US and within agriculture. . I mentioned this in a short blog post last week in that I do not have any experience with racism. I’ve lived within a homogenous rural community for most of my life. Often times I’m quick to make judgements about something I don’t understand. I think times like this are crucial for listening and teaching our children. . Most of all, let’s all be kind to one another. I don’t know about you but I’ve had enough hate and polarization for awhile. A little love can go a long way. #agdaily

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Raise your hand if this is true! ✋

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