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Share your Flags on Farms stories and photos

Mikkel Pates has prepared his fifth annual Flags on Farms feature for Independence Day. We want you to add your stories and photos of flags and patriotic displays on your farm.

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The Pohlmann flag in Sauk Centre, Minnesota.
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Agweek reporter Mikkel Pates has seen a lot of the country during his distinguished career at Agweek. And for the past five years, he's been documenting how farms display Old Glory as he's traveled through the northern Plains and upper Midwest.

Pates' fifth annual installment of Flags on Farms will air on AgweekTV on July 2 and run in Agweek and at agweek.com on July 4. And this year, we want you, our readers and viewers, to be part of the story.

Submit your photos or anecdotes about flags on your farm to jschlecht@agweek.com by June 24. Stories and photos will be featured on agweek.com , and some may be printed in Agweek Magazine and shown on AgweekTV.

Flags on Farms
Since 2018, Mikkel Pates has documented how farms in the region are displaying the American flag. Here are some previous installments.

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Jenny Schlecht is the editor of Agweek and Sugarbeet Grower Magazine. She lives on a farm and ranch near Medina, North Dakota, with her husband and two daughters. You can reach her at jschlecht@agweek.com or 701-595-0425.
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