Thanks to everyone who has been sharing pictures with Farmers Weekly.

We really enjoy seeing your shots – whether it’s livestock and crops or people and pets.

From the scenic and the serious to the fun and the funny, your pictures are a great insight into agriculture and rural living – and Farmlife Framed is the slot where we pull some of our favourites together.

See also: Farmlife Framed: Farmers Weekly readers’ photos

Here are three of the sheep pictures you’ve shared recently, which we particularly liked.

A lamb stands in a field, it has a heart-shaped marking on it

Lauren Oliver sent us this picture from Middleton in Shropshire. We reckon this is one lamb that definitely wears its heart on its sleeve.

A flock of sheep

This one, called Moving Sheep, came from mid-Wales beef and sheep farmer Morgan Tudor.

A lamb lies next to a dog on bedding

Rosie Pearce has owned two-and-a-half-year-old rescue collie, Pip, for 18 months, and this was her first lambing season at her partner’s family farm (D&R Peacock and Son) in Richmond, North Yorkshire.  “As you can see, [Pip] really enjoys farm life, and her duties were never ending,” says Rosie.N.

Two lambs in a pen

Two different-looking lambs with their mother, a Texel-cross Jacob shearling. “Mother and babies are both doing well,” says Ruth Cockrem from Whitby, North Yorkshire.

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