Monday, 20 November 2017

National Ag Day/Week...........

Tomorrow is National Agriculture Day 21st November.............So i'm going to celebrate all week............
One of my favourite farm pics..............
So what can you do to join in...........

How about you do a agriculture post this week............

what does agriculture mean to you.........
what memories/connections do you have...........
you are all consumers so you all rely on agriculture to survive.......
Catch you later.......
Chookyblue.........

19 comments:

  1. good morning chooky,oh i love this pic,happy agriculture week xx

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  2. That is a very sweet picture...
    Hugz

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  3. Ahh--what a cute picture--I want to hug them both--
    enjoy the moments, di

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  4. i think of farm to table goodies whether it be dairy or veg...

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  5. How cute.
    I will try to do that Chooky - great idea!

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  6. I think all farmers do an amazing job... what would we do without you ... 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗😃

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  7. Farmers are the best! I'll try to do a post... :)

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  8. I doffs me cap to all you hard working farmers....against amazing odds a lot of the time. Like the saying goes....if you enjoy your dinner, thank a farmer xxx

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  9. You can't do better than a kid and a calf!

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  10. Happy National Agriculture Day ...

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  11. Beautiful photo! I used to love the Aggi shows in the town I came from. My sister and brother in law are farmers (dairy) and I know how hard they work and have done for many years. Happy National Agriculture Day.

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  12. You are my connection to agriculture.

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  13. awwwwwwe, how cute they are!

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  14. I am beginning to appreciate the sheer hard slog physically and mentally it takes to be a farmer! People in the suburbs really need to appreciate what it takes to produce food and appreciate those who produce so we can eat.
    You guys really really rock!

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  15. I grew up visiting my cousins farms in shepparton. We would go up every school holiday and would help doing different chores each season. Lambing, shearing, tailing and dagging, milking the house cow and squirting the farm cats in the eye with the milk. helping round up the cows and the sheep. driving the Ute when I was barely big enough to see over the wheel and would stand to reach the accelerator! the women would be in the kitchen cooking up a storm all day for the workers and I got to chase the chooks in my spare time.

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  16. You are a great photographer

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