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Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Sept. 20, 2019

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We bring you some of the best farm photos on Instagram for Sept. 20. Want to get listed in this daily feature? Be sure to hashtag your pics with #agdaily. 

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Posted @withrepost • @brandibuzzard I am your rancher. 🐴🐂 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. • 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. ☀️ I am your rancher and I am a human. • • • Today’s post is in support of #iamyourfarmer curated by the fabulous @wildrosefarmer. Follow along with the hashtag and join in! • #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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Thankful. Emotional. Speechless. • • • Driving down dirt roads lined with cotton bales you might see these fun bright pink colors but why? • • • It all started with one farmer, Jason Chandler that united farmers from far and wide to honor breast cancer after his sister lost the battle 3 years ago. • • • Cotton farmers from California to Texas to the Carolinas and more are honoring Breast Cancer by donating a portion of proceeds from these pink bales to raise money for breast cancer. • • • The strength and faith of this family have touched many, many people. “There are so many families affected by breast cancer. It’s easy to say that, but until it happens to someone close to you, then you realize what that really means.” This spring, the Chandler family started a charity in Misty’s name, Misty’s Mission, to raise money to help those dealing with breast cancer. • • • Just wow. What a cause to truly get behind. To see farmers uniting for such a prevalent issue really shows the strength, the compassion and the true grit of farmers to unite and stand behind such a beautiful movement. • • • It’s so easy to see so much negativity and shaming going around from animal agriculture to GMO misconceptions and negative food marketing all about the agriculture industry but rarely do we get to celebrate and acknowledge as a general public all the good farmers do behind causes that truly matter. Spread a little kindness and agvocate for the industry that feeds us, clothes us and contributes to society. • • • • #ThankfulThursday #AgricultureRaisedMe #Agriculturegrown #modernagriculture #agvocate #agdaily #agnowmorethanever #agriculture #agmorethanever #agrarian #agricultureworldwide #myjobdependsonAg #farmher #mjdoa #womeninag #farmerstrong #westernlifestyle #cowboy #Farmus #farmfamilies #modernCowboy #GMO #FoodLabels #cotton #mistycotton #agvocate #breastcancer #breastcancerawareness

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