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My dad and uncle in Deer Lodge Valley.
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Support those who provide food for you.

KNOWING ABOUT YOUR FOOD/WATER AND ITS ORIGIN IS IMPORTANT.

#Ag101
Friday Feature: Nice infograph on fertilizers.
Throwback Thursday: Recognizing agricultural practices, technology and engineering of the past. Harvesting Idaho potatoes in the early days. #tbt
New website from Purdue. This website contains research-based, online STEM curriculum resources focused on the egg industry for elementary and high school students: https://ag.purdue.edu/ansc/learnpoultry/Pages/Home.aspx?fbclid=IwAR2-TqOMcbAxrkbCyzsKCAiS5JBnwtJ-b628Id0RRYu3dbGXJ9w1Tip22_U
Challenges to the food system.
Even during the most difficult times, laughter goes a long way! And our farmers keep "rolling" regardless of circumstances. #farmerskeeponrolling
https://www.facebook.com/100216638987/posts/10158213406808988/
U just gotta love a farmer ♡ was raised by a farmer ♡♡. Love Paul Harvey words ♡. Folks need to wake up. God bless farmers small & big . Remember - it takes a villiage ♡
Oh my beautiful Brown Swiss cows!! I loved them when we were milking cows.
♥️👌🏿Thank you so much Ag 101 for educating us❗

Agriculture for the other 98% of the population who eat every day. Ag 101 is a project of the National Agricultural Institute (www.national-ag-institute.org).

This page is a precursor to an upcoming book by the same name. Today in the United States, 98% of the people are basically fed by the 2% directly involved in production agriculture. The purpose of this site is to enable the non-farmer to more fully appreciate and understand the basic biologic and economic principles fundamental to the production, processing, and distribution of food. This

Operating as usual

07/27/2021

DictionAGry - Broody

DictionAGry - Broody

07/26/2021

Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday

07/23/2021

Friday Farm Fact: One bushel of wheat.

#fridayfarmfacts
#wheat #wheatflour #agriculture

07/23/2021

Most of Nevada's agriculture is in range livestock. This is mostly cattle, but also dairy, sheep, lambs, and hogs. #GatewaytoAg

07/22/2021

Corn: From Seed to Feed! Take a look at where corn growth is now, where it's been and what is next for this amazing commodity.

07/22/2021

Throwback Thursday: This spreader could unload a ton of manure in 2 minutes, but loading it took quite a bit longer!

Throwback Thursday: This spreader could unload a ton of manure in 2 minutes, but loading it took quite a bit longer!

07/22/2021

Hot Dog Day July 21, 2021

Hot Dog Day July 21, 2021

07/21/2021

National Hotdog Day!

National Hotdog Day!

07/20/2021

DictionAGry - Maize or Corn

DictionAGry - Maize or Corn

07/19/2021

Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday

07/19/2021

Ag101 Weekend Funny, just a little late, but for those who remember, here is a quarter horse.

Ag101 Weekend Funny, just a little late, but for those who remember, here is a quarter horse.

07/17/2021

Entertaining and informative!

07/15/2021

Throwback Thursday: Fox River choppers, Appleton, Wisconsin. The Fox River Tractor Company was organized in Appleton, WI on June 11, 1919. The business was located at 1020 North Rankin Street. The company’s founders were brothers Frank and Oscar Saberlich; Raymond and Erwin, sons of Frank Saiberlich; Wilmer, son of Oscar Saiberlich and Raymond Krueger, son-in-law of Oscar. In 1930, Fox began experimenting with a machine to harvest hay and corn silage in the field, collaborating with Prof. Duffee in developing their first harvester. A successful machine was built in 1931 which had pickup and mower attachments.

Throwback Thursday: Fox River choppers, Appleton, Wisconsin. The Fox River Tractor Company was organized in Appleton, WI on June 11, 1919. The business was located at 1020 North Rankin Street. The company’s founders were brothers Frank and Oscar Saberlich; Raymond and Erwin, sons of Frank Saiberlich; Wilmer, son of Oscar Saiberlich and Raymond Krueger, son-in-law of Oscar. In 1930, Fox began experimenting with a machine to harvest hay and corn silage in the field, collaborating with Prof. Duffee in developing their first harvester. A successful machine was built in 1931 which had pickup and mower attachments.

Timeline Photos 07/14/2021

Timeline Photos

Calling all teachers and parents! Need a lesson to add to your fall planning or something to keep your kids busy this summer? Check out this packet that covers the history, chemistry, baking science, and more about our favorite ingredient: https://bit.ly/3jwrHRx

#AmalgamatedSugar #SugarFactWednesday #RealSugar #STEAM

07/14/2021

Harvest 2021 has officially started for some farmers here in Washington 🌾 We are wishing everyone a safe and successful wheat harvest!

07/14/2021

Macaroni & Cheese Day - July 14, 2021

Macaroni & Cheese Day - July 14, 2021

07/14/2021

Check out the Big Idaho Potato Tour schedule. Here is a start but go to the website for more.

Will we be in your neck of the woods? ➡ Find our full tour schedule at bigidahopotato.com. 🥔

07/13/2021

#AgFact

07/13/2021

Happy National french fry day! It’s time to celebrate those golden-brown, hot, and crispy potato slices we all know and love—that also happen to be a J.R. Simplot Company staple. But before you start snacking and licking the salt off your fingers, tell us what you use to adorn your favorite brand of fries.

Ketchup? Fry sauce? Ranch? Mayonnaise? Or some other blend of sauce or spices?

07/13/2021

One dairy cow produces the same amount of milk as five dairy cows in 1944, which lessens the carbon footprint of a gallon of milk.

07/13/2021

DictionAGry - Molasses

DictionAGry - Molasses

07/12/2021

Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday

07/11/2021

Ag101 Weekend Funny: Bulls planning to make their move on the heifers.

Ag101 Weekend Funny: Bulls planning to make their move on the heifers.

07/08/2021

Throwback Thursday: The Farmall M was one of the most-widely produced of International Harvester's "letter series." Between 1939 and 1953, 270,140 were produced. The M is equipped with a four-cylinder engine with a 248-cubic-inch displacement and a six-volt electrical system. The transmission contains six total gears: five forward and one reverse. The standard M's purchase price in 1952 was US$2,400 (equivalent to about $23,400 now). Photo 1941 Farmall M.

Throwback Thursday: The Farmall M was one of the most-widely produced of International Harvester's "letter series." Between 1939 and 1953, 270,140 were produced. The M is equipped with a four-cylinder engine with a 248-cubic-inch displacement and a six-volt electrical system. The transmission contains six total gears: five forward and one reverse. The standard M's purchase price in 1952 was US$2,400 (equivalent to about $23,400 now). Photo 1941 Farmall M.

07/08/2021

Strawberry Sundae Day - July 7, 2021

Strawberry Sundae Day - July 7, 2021

07/06/2021

DictionAGry - Fertigation

DictionAGry - Fertigation

07/05/2021

Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday

07/04/2021

Celebrate our country!

Happy Independence Day! We hope you have a happy and safe holiday.

"One flag, one land, one heart, one hand, one nation evermore!"
~ Oliver Wendell Holmes

#4thofjuly2021 #idahoagriculture #idahofarmbureau #americanfarmbureau #caseih #caseihagriculture #CaseIHCombine

07/04/2021

Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th of July

07/01/2021

Throwback Thursday: To remind us of agricultural technology, engineering and practices of the past - Allis-Chalmers one-bottom plow.

Throwback Thursday: To remind us of agricultural technology, engineering and practices of the past - Allis-Chalmers one-bottom plow.

07/01/2021

Celebrating the end of Dairy Month with some Michigan dairy facts! Did you know any of these facts already? #MichiganDairy #DairyMonth

06/29/2021

#JuneDairyMonth

06/29/2021

DictionAGry - Replacement Beef Bulls

DictionAGry - Replacement Beef Bulls

06/28/2021

Motivation Monday

Motivation Monday

06/26/2021

Ag101 Weekend Funny: Sources of inspiration are all around us.

Ag101 Weekend Funny: Sources of inspiration are all around us.

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Friday Feature: This is an mp4 of the PowerPoint presentation from the textbook "Just the Facts: Introduction to Animal ...
Throwback Thursday: To remind us of the agricultural practices, engineering and technology of the past. Did you know tha...
Friday Feature: One Hungry Planet - slightly dated but a good reminder.
Disease-Causing Agents
Posts from our past
Chicken Embryo Development
Here is another video created as a final project for an introduction to animal science class (Agri109).
Student-Created Video from college-level introduction to animal science
We're just having a little fun with the Facebook features today!
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