With eight categories to chose from, there’s plenty of scope to enter your finest farming photos into the 2019 Farmers Weekly photo competition.
It is open to all amateur photographers and the categories cover a broad range of topics. We’ve picked a top shot from each gallery so far, to give you a taste of the impressive standard of entries.
You can enter as many snaps into any of the categories as you like, so get uploading on the photo competition homepage. You have until midnight on 24 November to enter. Find out more and check the full terms and conditions.
See also: Rugby World Cup 2019: FW’s farming XV
Machinery: Golden oldies
Matthew Thomas came across this ancient tractor stored in an old barn on the estate where he works. They certainly don’t make them like this anymore.
Black & White: Nosey cow
Peter Bond entered this detailed black and white snap – we love the focus on the droplets formed on this cow’s nose.
Livestock: Highland cuteness
It’s impossible not to love a Highland calf. Mary Heard took this super sweet shot while walking on Dartmoor.
People: Like farmer, like daughter
Donna Ashlee has submitted her favourite photo of her husband and their daughter taken in beautiful Easter weather while lambing outdoors in Kent.
Young photographer: Sunset silhouette
14-year-old Charlie Criddle took this photo of maize swaying in front of a beautiful sunset while out on the family farm in Shropshire.
Landscapes: Braemar Bridge
This stunning shot of the River Dee flowing under the old Braemar Bridge was taken by Georgia Owen on a glorious day in Balmoral.
Wildlife: Wild billy
This impressively horned wild billy goat was snapped in Dinorwic slate quarry in North Wales by Jenny Simpson.
Pets: Cow watching
Former FW photo competition winner Heather Ross shared this charming photo of her late dog Harry supervising the cows coming in for milking.