Another batch of Harvest Highlights photos has hit the Farmers Weekly offices over the Bank Holiday Weekend.

And one of the things they show is the huge range of kit currently in use on British farms today.

There is everything from brand new combines to ones that are over 30 years old but still doing what is required of them.

Here is a selection:

combine in N Yorks

A W Barker & Son’s 33 year old Claas Dominator 80, cutting winter wheat on 26/08/07. Photo taken by Jo Barker & the combine is been driven by her husband Ian at Bank Foot Farm, Ingleby Greenhow, North Yorkshire.

Three generations of NH combines

Three generations of New Holland combines at work at Cottage Farm, Crowle, North Lincs. Sent in by Kate Brown.

CAse IH 7010

One of just a handful of Case-IH 7010 Axial Flow combines in the country this year in wheat in Cambridgeshire. The machine is a demonstration model from Collings Brothers of Abbotsley.

su morgan lexion

On tour from Claas Harsewinkel, Germany, this combine has been in Hungary and East Germany on a road run, before coming to UK. Seen here in winter wheat at 14% moisture on Aug 23 at Much Wenlock, Shropshire. Photo by Sue Morgan.

To see more pictures submitted by FW readers visit the Harvest Highlights Gallery. To submit a picture email fwipictures@rbi.co.uk (don’t forget to include some information about who, what, where for the caption.)


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