Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from May 23


We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for May 23. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily!

Sunset on Kentucky winter wheat #KyAg365 #AgDaily #BetterInTheBluegrass

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TRUTH MOMENT: Farming is hard. And I don't just mean physically. Farming puts a lot of stress on our relationship during two main times of the year: planting and harvest. . Currently it is planting time. John is working overtime at work and then spends the rest of the evening either at his parents helping or planting our fields. Which leaves me to do everything at home plus my coaching, wedding planning, and 12 hour work day. . Now don't get me wrong, we love eachother and we love farming. We go into this every year knowing what it will be like and making it through. . This post is not meant to be a complaint but rather educate those not farming that farming is a family lifestyle and literally affects the entire family. So hold your loved ones near and thank a farmer and their familys next time. #thankafarmer #plant2018 #bridetobe #farmher #farm365 #longdays #stress #stressedout #fitnesscoach #wisconsinfarmer Photo cred: NatashaGrace Photography

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April showers bring May flowers ? #FlowersOfInstagram #KansasNature

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Listen… I know that I have been posting about my second punk alot lately. But he graduates in less than two weeks. Two weeks? Egads. It's his time to shine and his siblings will just have to take a backseat to his glory filled days. Every day, all three of my high school punks split their school day and attend two different schools in our county because our home school district does not offer an agricultural program. And my punks kind of dig agriculture. Get it? Dig agriculture? Oh, forget it. I thought it was funny and I happen to think that I am hilarious. This year's graduate excelled in the FFA program and it has been a major game changer for him. This kid NEVER liked school one bit but after attending FFA classes for the last two years, he simply loved his Ag classes. I firmly believe if not for the advice and guidance from his Ag teachers, he would have never considered attending college. To show his gratitude, my punk cut, built, painted, stenciled. bolted and polyurethaned FFA corn hole boards as his senior thank you gift. Today, he presented them to his two teachers. Ever the prankster, he also presented them with a bill for his carpentry services. (But it's nothing compared to the mousetrap and tea bags that he put in his teacher's desk drawer!) I'm thinking that Seth's teachers are super stoked that this kid is finally graduating! #yeehawfarm #punk #farmkid #ffa #cornhole #seniorgift #goon #ffateachersrock

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Hey lady, whatcha doin’?!

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Sunrise No. 12

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