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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from June 13

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for June 13. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

“Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you're a thousand miles from the cornfield.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower 🌾✨🌿 Three generations ago you either lived on a farm, had a farmer in your family or had one in your close circle of peers. Now the majority of America’s farmers live and work in the ‘fly over states’ hundreds of miles away from the masses.✨🌾 So, if you could ask any question about farming or farm life what would it be? . . . . 🌿 Also— today at 11 am MST my friend Tara [@newmexicomilkmaid] and her husband will be doing a live Q&A talking about cow care. If that’s something that interest you or you are curious about then you should check it out! 🌾🐄 . . . . #bedeeplyrooted #seeksimplicity #farmlife #agdaily #hessdairyfarm #agvocate #knowyourfarmer #onthefarm #agriculture #husbandsofinstagram #myhusband #dadsofinstagram #simpleman

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And just like that, first cut is done. Could use some💧💦☔️

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Soybeans are looking good! #SoybeanField #KansasSkies

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Helping a friend cut wheat tonight. Back to my roots🌾

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Triplets arrived yesterday. And while that's a pretty common occurrence here, this birth got a little tempestuous! This tiny little thing was the first to arrive, the smallest goat.we've ever seen! He's as spunky and healthy as he should be and we were filled with marvel as we dried him off and prepared him for "life on the outside". The excitement though quickly diminished. We found ourselves dealing with dystocia (a very stuck baby). Our aspiring vet daughter, Hannah, swooped in with that calm grace she brings to these intense (and scary) situations. She was able to calm mama, rotate the baby, find front legs, and untangle the mess. She worked facetiously with a concentration and finesse far beyond her age. We celebrated as baby number two took those first breaths. Baby number three was hot on his heels and came rather uneventfully. As things wrapped up and the babies and mama settled in our hearts and head were filled with many emotions, many thoughts. So very blessed. And Hannah set off to care for the impossibly little goat, she just sees it as another day, another birth, another baby another animal under her charge. We however see this girl fulfilling her calling of caring for God's creatures, this awe-inspiring, far beyond her years, extraordinary talented,, well rounded, amazing girl we call our daughter! #aspiringvet #extrodinary #veterinary #dystocia #hardlabor #awe #intense #wow #womanwhoinspire #farmlife #expecttheunexpected #exceptional #agdaily #farmersheart #blessed #thankyoujesus #babygoat #tiny #kiddingseason #buckling #goatlove #babylivestock #barnyardbaby

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Green Fields

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