America is #StillRanching
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Many people are able to work from home to help flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic — but those who feed America, our farmers and ranchers, do not have that luxury.

As Americans are stocking up on food and supplies, America’s agriculture sector is still working tirelessly to ensure our food supply is secure when we need it the most.

Even in times of crisis, America’s farmers are #stillranching —and we want to share their stories of hard work, perseverance, and stewardship of the land with the entire country.

Send us your photos & videos by email to so we can showcase the wonderful men and women of the USA who are #stillranching.

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