Welcome to Farmers Weekly’s photo series – Farmlife Framed.
We’re very lucky to be sent lots of photographs by readers, keen to share a snapshot of their lives.
From the scenic and the serious, to the fun and the funny, your pictures are a great insight into agriculture and rural living across the UK – and further afield.
Kids take centre stage in this instalment.
22-month-old Alex Yeates apparently “can’t get enough of Farmers Weekly when visiting his grandad, Mike Hill”.
“It turns out my 18-month-old nephew Joshua William Gorwyn Lee is a fan of FW,” says Ruth Lee. “I found him with your magazine saying ‘tractor’. He’s tractor crazy!”
Joshua Burgess, enjoying reading a copy of Farmers Weekly belonging to his grandad, Bill Sanders. Thanks to mum Michelle from Bodmin in Cornwall for the photo.
18-month-old Huxford is an avid reader of Farmers Weekly at breakfast. “What will tractors be like when he gets to 18 years old?” asks Granny Pebble, who shared the photo.
Thanks to Leane McConnell from Northern Ireland for this picture of her one-year-old daughter Ruby and her dad Dessie Rutherford. “Ruby loves animals, farming and her pink tractor,” says Leane.
Karen Kowzan from Stamford in Lincolnshire sent us this one of her partner Peter Moulton’s dog, Josh. Peter is a farmer from Weeford in Staffordshire. “Josh loves catching up on the farming news,” she jokes.
“Tonight’s venue for tea – the bale trailer in between bale wrapping,” says Rachel Griffiths from Herefordshire.
This one, uploaded to Farmers Weekly’s picture galleries by ‘bales1’, was titled “Patiently waiting”.
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