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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Oct. 26, 2020

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for October 26. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your Instagram pics with #agdaily.

 
 
 
 
 
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Cat ears and candy made for a good Saturday. @kinzemanufacturing @newhollandag @agdailymedia

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Ginger is trying to grow a beard as amazing as our other buck, Napoleon. I wonder how that’s working out…🥴

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Reminiscing on last Sunday, when I thought it was cold 😂 We are currently experiencing a delightful blizzard with windchill below zero 🥶🥶🥶 We were supposed to ship steer calves tomorrow but scales don’t work at sub zero temps and calves don’t travel down the highway without getting sick when it’s this cold, so everything is being pushed back a day. Hopefully by Monday the roads and temperatures will be back to normal 🤞 So the moral of the story is, it could always be worse so be grateful for what you’ve got! ❤️ Richelle . . . . . . #2020 #ranchlife #rancher #redangus #winterinmontana #octobersnow #traildrive #grateful #agdaily #agproud #ranchwife

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A little weather update from our friends on the western side of the state? How’s your weather today? #toppgear #toppangus #agdaily #snowflakes

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When l see idle or abandoned barns in this condition, I’m reminded of how the limbs and branches of a tree are stripped of their leaves during autumn months. With their leaves gone, the trees lose their purpose of providing shade for people and animals. Just like this barn, with pieces of its foundation and boards missing, it’s no longer suitable for housing cows or keeping hay dry in the mow. The trees will once again come to life in the spring with their buds exploding into full, lushy canopies. But barns like these encounter an opposite outcome; they continue to weaken and deteriorate at the mercy of nature, or are torn down like this one. (This barn no longer stands and was razed to the ground after this photo capture a couple years ago.) > > > > > #ag365 #agdaily #farmsnaps #barnlove #barns #be_one_rural #barnsofinstagram #country_features #explore_countryside #oldbarns #wisconsinbarns #renegade_rural #trb_rural #ig_america_rural #ig_ruralamerica #ig_countryside #hdr_country #rurallife #ruralwisconsin #ipulledoverforthis #total_rural #farmphotography #farmlife #oldbarnlove #abandonedplaces #abandoned_addiction #purebando_abarndoned

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