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Todd Warner 6h
queuing up for inspection and parasite treatment (we're fighting coccidia after losing a lamb). So far they are responding well, but the chute is something that takes some training. They are rewarded with kibble at the end. Some love the process. Some hate it.
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Melissa Layton 2h
Farm life >>> doesn’t get much better than this!! 🐄🐮
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Rita Herford 47m
Someday when farm prices go back up (with corn right now I should just pull the trigger) I’m buying me a new stapler!!!!!!
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AgXplore 1m
The research doesn't lie! AgXplore's StriKe can help correct mid to late season potash deficiencies AND increase your crop and soil quality.
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Sidney Payton 19h
Alright I gave it a shot down on the farm! What do you think?!🥎
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Sarah Lovas Jun 21
Pop quiz... anyone know what this is?
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#Mockingbird 🦅 Jun 22
When last did you see a rainbow? How about a double rainbow?
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The Bombadils 5h
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Butterfield Acres 53m
The prior weekend was shearing day! All our adult sheep, and the llama and alpaca got their summer haircuts! Thinking the huge pile of wool leftover would be an excellent place for a nap!
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Rose Pruitt Jun 23
If you happen to see a Lexus pulling a hay rake mind ya business :D
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Manx Loaghtan Jun 20
Mother and son - he’s almost her size. Love this ewe as she has always had a gentle face
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Todd Warner Jun 20
Lovely present left by the cat directly outside the front door this morning.
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The Liberty Den 3h
For those of us that live in farm country, we know how hard farmers work and appreciate what they do.
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Ashley Howell Jun 23
All about finesse with a chocolate lab.. 🙄🙈 (it’s my youngest talking, I’m not Joe Pisquale😂😂)
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Top Five Farm Jun 19
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Shelley Armstrong 4h
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NHC Smithville Jun 21
We had some special guests yesterday at NHC Smithville! “Blueberry” and “Blackberry” came to visit our patients and partners and had a great time! Thank you to Linda Parris and her son, Carl, for bringing them for a visit!
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Ian Norbury Jun 23
Best job in the world made even better today by having this one helping
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John Malik 7h
My chickens eat only local, sustainable, organic feed and that ensures my dog eats only the finest chicken poop.
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Alex Krause 🍁 Jun 23
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