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Kevin McCarthy Mar 24
RT if you are thankful for our farmers and ag producers. They are keeping Americans well-nourished during this time. Especially those in California’s Central Valley—love my hometown farmers! 👩‍🌾
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Rep. Doug Collins Mar 24
I can't think of a more important time to stop and thank our farmers, ranchers, and food suppliers.
 In the midst of a global health crisis, you continue to put food on our tables. Thank you for your tireless work to provide for our communities!
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Texas FFA Mar 24
One thing remains the same. We believe in the future of agriculture.
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Joni Ernst Mar 24
Even in these challenging times, the resiliency and the tenacity of Iowa’s farmers is unchanging. And during this pandemic, we continue to rely on your hard work and commitment as you feed and fuel the world. On this , thank you!
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John🚜 Mar 24
Thanks to all the Doctors, Nurses and caregivers from this Alberta farmer
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Ambassador Kip Tom Mar 24
To all the farmers back home, thank you for working hard to feed our country and the world.
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Xavier Becerra Mar 24
While Californians follow 's stay at home order, farm workers up and down the state continue their essential work that keeps food on all of our tables. Stay healthy and stay safe everyone. Thank you!
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Cloyd Rivers Mar 24
Corn makes whiskey. Wheat makes beer. Grapes makes wine. Potatoes make vodka. Can't get drunk without farmers. Merica.
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The CSU Mar 14
: The CSU awards nearly 75% of agricultural degrees earned in California, the leading state for food production. Campuses are hard at work training the next generation of engineers, scientists and ecologists to power California: .
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GROWMARK Mar 24
Between working in the fields to working in the grocery stores, take a moment to thank someone who brought food to your table.
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Trooper J. Sevigney Mar 24
Thank you to all the farmers and ranchers across our region who are out working today to provide for all of us.........
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Sen. Grassley Press Mar 24
.: “Today is and I know American farmers and ranchers are up for the challenge of producing food to fill the shelves of every grocery store and the fridges and cupboards of American households.”
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David Perdue Mar 24
On , we thank the farmers, ranchers, and producers who feed America and the world.
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Governor Mike DeWine Mar 24
I second that! to everyone who is keeping the supply chain moving in ! 👏 :
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Kaulig Racing Mar 24
The purpose of each year is to celebrate and acknowledge the abundance provided from agriculture across the United States. Kaulig Racing is proud to stand by that motto and have them as a sponsor!
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Jack Salzwedel Mar 24
Well, I’ve said this the last couple of years. But, especially now...can't think of a better time to thank our farmers & ranchers.
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National Milk Producers Federation Mar 24
Today and every day, we are proud to recognize some of the nation’s hardest-working men and women. farmers nurture animals, steward the environment, support rural communities and raise families. And then they wake up and do it all over again.
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Dept. of Agriculture Mar 24
.' Administrator Dr. Chavonda Jacobs-Young takes a moment to discuss how science & innovation plays a critical role in agriculture.
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Secretary David Bernhardt Mar 24
. continues to work to deliver a reliable water supply for farms in the West. This we are incredibly thankful for the entire food supply chain and everyone who is working around the clock to feed our nation.
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American Angus Assoc Mar 24
We are ranchers. We are cultivators. We are stewards of the land. Join us as we celebrate National Agriculture Day!
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