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Bad day? These three ag-related TikToks are sure to turn your day around

Enjoy these three ag-related TikToks that are sure to leave a smile on your face.

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This calf garnered attention all around the world for her crystal clear eyes! (Contributed photo)

If cute looks could kill

If cuteness looks could kill, this little calf would knock us all dead. Laying in a green pasture on her very own blanket, this precious calf with crystal clear eyes steal the show in this viral TikTok. This video posted by toriwalkerphoto has garnered over 700,000 likes and has many users doting over the calf’s cuteness. One user saying, “Omg she is so pretty I mean- look at her beautiful blue eyes.”

Tractor Time

This little farmer in the making takes his tractor time very seriously. Posted by farmerreiss , the video was captioned, “Raise a farm kid they said…” The TikTok has received over 270,000 likes and users are tickled by the tike’s unwillingness to leave the tractor cab. One user saying, “It’s so hard to get them back in the house!!!” Farmerreiss responded to this comment saying, “Right. I have to bribe him with supper.”


Sharing is caring

In a video posted by Jaklynrandall, users see a little farm hand that is quite upset and confused. The little boy cries as he sees a baby goat drinking milk from a bottle. A bottle that the little boy wants all to himself. One user commented, “Poor baby! God Love him! He wants the bottle too.” I mean, sharing is caring.

If you find yourself stumbling upon something ag-related on social media that makes you smile or sheds a positive light on the industry, please feel free to share them with me at !

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