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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from June 28, 2019

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for June 28. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

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Cow known as 101 is no longer a nameless face in a sea of udders and tails. She was liberated from her life of silent servitude and now will find herself with a voice. A place where individuality is not just honored, but celebrated. A place where animal needs come before caretakers needs, a sharp contrast to the life she left behind. New beginnings this June day, a rebirth, a fresh start. When the calf she holds in her belly is born it too will be welcomed, not as a commodity to be sorted male or female, but as yet another precious life given into our hands. No longer captive to a production based system. Her freedom will ring loudly. Our LibertyBelle is home! #calf #cow #ag #agdaily #dobetter #sentient #givethemmore #farmbetter #local #respect #voice #individual #rebirth

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I am your rancher. πŸ΄πŸ‚ But, I’m also a human. I have feelings, a family, responsibilities, doubts, fears and insecurities. So before you sling that next witty insult, please remember that myself, and all the other farmers and ranchers, are just trying to do our best. β€’ We’re trying to meet career goals. Trying to grow our farms/ranches. Trying to balance work, farm and family. So please, be kind to all those you cross paths with, we’re all just trying to get through the day. β˜€οΈ I am your rancher and I am a human. β€’ β€’ β€’ Today’s post is in support of #iamyourfarmer curated by the fabulous @wildrosefarmer. Follow along with the hashtag and join in! β€’ #ranchlife #farmlife #farmher #rancher #myksfarmlife #womenswork #womenwhofarm #womeninag #horsegirl #horsesofinstagram #cattletales #ksbeef #commonground #beeffacts #agmorethanever #familyfarm #summer #agdaily #workingranchmagazine #workingwomen #drover

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It's been a hard year for farmers of all kinds. Being engaged to a farmer and being part of a farming family has changed a lot in my life. The topic of all the family conversations is weather. All. The. Time. It's rained and rained and rained. Family hasn't planted near what they did last year. And when we finally got our 30 acres of hay cut at the end of June, our bale stacker breaks down and a surprise rain hit and set us back just enough to be frustrating. We've lost half a dozen of our rabbits and half a dozen of our chickens. Seems like we can't get ahead this summer. Even with all these set backs and frustrations I wouldn't trade it for anything because I've learned so much about it and am thankful to get to be even a small part of this world. Just have to keep moving forward and be thankful we're able to cut hay this week and hopefully get it all baled tomorrow. For all you big farmers out there. We see you. And we pray for you. Keep your heads up. πŸ™πŸŒΎπŸšœ

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Good morning.🌞 Foggy mornings always take me back to my childhood. My PawPaw took me to school one morning and we had to go across a lake and a few little creeks. The fog was rising up off the water and as a small child it was a little scary to me. He alleviated my fears by telling me it was just all of the frogs frying bacon. He may be gone but on foggy mornings this memory always comes back to make me smile. 😌 Happy Friday all! #foggymorning #farmlifebestlife #sweckerfarm #countrylifestyle #mycountrylife #countrysideandfarmlife #countryliving #mycountrycapture #farmphotography #lifeinthecountry #childhoodmemories #farmlife #farmerswife #onthefarm #splendid_outskirts #raw_country #trb_rural #mcl_rural #godsowncountry #godscountry #lifeouthere #morningview #heartimprint #ruralliving #rurallife #ruralexposures #countryphotography

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