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Farming’s national “open day” takes place on 11 June – and Farmers Weekly would love to see your photos from the event.

Open Farm Sunday (OFS), run by Linking Environment and Farming, will see more than 350 farms across the UK throw open their gates to welcome the public.

As well as being a great occasion, it’s also a very photogenic one – so if you snap any pictures on the day, share them with us and they could appear on our website or in next week’s issue of the magazine.

See also: Open Farm Sunday – myths, information and advice

OFS gives visitors of all ages the opportunity to see first-hand all the great work farmers do and the impact it has on everyone’s lives.

Since it was launched in 2006, more than 1.8 million visitors have passed through farm gates.

So if you get a few minutes, grab a couple of shots on your phone or camera and fire them off to us with just a line or two of information about where they were taken and how the day went. We’ll publish the ones we like best.

How to share your photos with Farmers Weekly