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Arlene Dickinson Feb 13
It’s Canada’s Agriculture Day. THANk-YOU to all the farmers and everyone who works in our fantastic Ag sector. I so appreciate all your hard work each and every day to feed us and many others all around the world. You’re the best!!!
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Fairgreen Sod Farms Feb 21
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Peri Lynn Mashtoler Feb 13
Is it agriculture day or something?
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Blaire Moore Feb 18
Farmers are always doing important work for the population. Bill Gates is now helping bring forth the positive work all farmers do. Caring about agriculture is something we all need to do and something we all need to think about when moving forward.
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Trevor Rindfleisch Feb 23
Replying to @jalynnog
Hmm well wonder what she eats every night and where it came from🤔🤔🤨
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Kranial Koatings Feb 18
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Lakeland FFA Feb 23
Who wants free breakfast in the morning? 7-10am we are serving pancakes, eggs, and bacon! Enter door 19!
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Malika Malhotra Feb 18
We often forget where our food comes from
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Ann Landy Feb 13
I would thank a farmer I know well but she's got absolutely no time to be on Twitter so I'm gonna pick up the phone.
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Dept. of Agriculture Feb 14
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Stef Mc Feb 13
Happy Canadian Ag Day! 🇨🇦👩🏻‍🌾👨🏻‍🌾🐄🐖🐓🚜🌾💚
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Cervus Equipment Feb 13
Ag means "playing in the dirt" - Drew, Standard, Alberta. What does ag mean to you?
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Mark Hanson Feb 13
Don't give me any of this "but I get my food from a grocery store" logic, Canada -
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chuck nelson Feb 21
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Amy Panton 5h
Another lovely morning in the British countryside.
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USA Rice Feb 22
It's not a race but sometimes it feels like it - 3 rice state meetings in 3 days: AR, MS & LA. Talking about , , , etc. But mostly listening.
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Taylor Streicher Feb 22
for being strong enough to carry this baby from the field he was dying in, yet being caring enough to nurse him back to life. Full story of this baby on my Instagram. Don't believe everything your read/hear/see about farmers before hearing this baby's story.
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Drew Feb 20
the job of a farmer (and their families) never ends.
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Jeffrey Dorfman Feb 21
Looks like I'm wearing around a pound of cotton today. 🙂
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Roxanne Feb 13
Happy Canadian Agriculture Day :) Thanks for my fruit smoothies and sweet potato fries.
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