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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from June 14, 2019

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for June 14. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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Well harvest has officially begun around here, but with the next two days looking like rain, we were very busy trying to get some fields done! I’ve been in the combine all day and am just now posting. Lots more to be done, but will have to wait for the rain to pass. Ugh! Who knew us Oklahomans would be complaining about rain?!? We will just play it by ear and live life by mother nature’s rules! On another note, the wheat is looking awesome so the rain has benefited us in some ways😉🤣 • • • • #farmfresh #happydays #farmlifebestlife #harvest #harvestseason #dailyharvest #harvester #happyharvest #combine #wheat #featheredbabies #furbabies #farmlife #farm #farms #farming #farmingpics #farmingphotos #farmingfamily #farmingfam #farmtown #farmfreshtoyou #farmstead #farmer #farmher #farmhers #farmherlife #girlsfarm #girlfarm #farmphotography

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Happy Flag Day! 🇺🇸 . . Did you know on June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress took a break from writing the Articles of Confederation and passed a resolution stating that “the flag of the United States be 13 stripes, alternate red and white,” and that “the union be 13 stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.” And in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson marked the anniversary of that decree by officially establishing June 14 as Flag Day. . . FUN FACT: Bernard Cigrand, a small-town Wisconsin teacher, originated the idea for an annual flag day, to be celebrated across the country every June 14, in 1885. That year, he led his school in the first formal observance of the holiday. . . #usa #flagday2019 #america #redwhiteandblue #americanflag #thesestripesdontrun #proudtobeanamerican #unitedwestand #northlensphotography #equinephotographer #bestofequines #wisconsinphotographer #wisconsinhorsephotography #maplewi #farmingphotographydaily #agdaily #youholdmyheart #equinepassion #yourhorseyourhome #horseandrider #farmandranchlivingmagazine #horse #heritage #iamcowgirl #youreadiamond #midwestlifestyle #midwestchic #montanaandkyla

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Here is 4 fun facts about ‘cows’ that you may not know— 🌾 ✨ – – – [1.] 🐄 Cows can see almost 360 degrees. This near-panoramic view lets them watch for predators from all angles. However, they don’t see well straight in front of them so they will typically turn their head to look at you. [2.] 🐄 Cows have an acute sense of smell and can detect odors up to six miles away. [3.] Cows are very social and don’t like to be alone. If one is isolated, it’s usually because she is sick or about to give birth. [4.]🐄 Cows will stand up and lay down about fourteen times a day. They also sleep while standing. – – – Did you learn something new and interesting today? ☺️🐄🌾

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