April Fools' Day on the Farm

April 1, 2015 09:20 PM
April Fools' Day on the Farm

Thanks to the internet and social media April Fools' Day has become a holiday for practical jokers around the globe to pull hilarious gags. Google Maps went from just showing satellite views of streets to a giant game of Pac-Man. For those Millennials who like stylish footwear and snapping photos of themselves there was the Selfie Shoe by Miz Mooz.  

In agriculture there were a few businesses, farmers and ranchers who took to social media to share their practical joke for the day:


We have officially entered our cow, "Moobiscuit", into the Kentucky Derby!

Posted by Darigold on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Over the years we've noticed a growing interest in large breed eggs, so we ventured to the African savanna and desert...

Posted by Organic Valley on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

BREAKING NEWS! The Brown cows at PLDairy are all having their calves at the same time. So unfortunately they will not be able to produce chocolate milk until further notice.

Posted by Prairieland Dairy on Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Agriculture producers weren't the only ones having fun, the USDA posted a blog about the "loss of space threatening North American Sasquatch" with the following picture:


And here's an April Fools' Day prank that's too funny not to share:

If you have any other great April Fools' Day jokes share them on the discussion board.


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