Could you sum up your farming life in just six words?

It is said that Ernest Hemingway once said his best work was a story he wrote in just six words: ‘For sale: baby shoes, never worn.’

So here at Farmers Weekly we’re challenging you to come up with six words that describe your daily life.

Here’s some of the ones we have had submitted so far:

Grow it, sell it, eat it.

Youthful optimism, government stupidity, looming bankruptcy.

Beef cattle, no money, renewable energy.

For sale: sheep, dirty fleece, hungry.

To read more and have a go at the six word challenge yourself follow the link to the forums.