As ever, we have been snowed under with our readers’ brilliant farming photos – we love seeing them, so please do keep them coming in.
This time we have picked a handful of excellent snaps that show the shifting of the seasons, from a bitter winter to something a little more like spring.
Your farm selfies are guaranteed to bring a smile to the face of even the most grumpy of farmers. This time we are sharing a selection from the thick of the lambing season.
The severely cold and wet weather has made lambing especially tough this year, but these snaps are certain to help lift your spirits.
Eveey Hunter sent in this brilliant photo of her and her cousins each reading a different copy of Farmers Weekly. They would like to wish their grandpa, Stewart Hunter, a very happy 80th birthday. Many happy returns from the FW team, Stewart.
This is Jamie Barron, aged 11, from Mintlaw near Peterhead in Aberdeenshire.
Proud young farmer Chloe Morgan with one of her Zwartble cross lambs in Herefordshire.
This little cutie is nine-month-old Jos Hutchinson, who is wearing his Easter bunny jumper while helping out on the farm.
Lisa Inman grabbed a lambing selfie with her daughters, Macey and Annabelle, on Strickland Hill Farm in Cumbria.
Natasha Smith sent in this cute lambing selfie.
Lambing lads Tom Modget and Charlie Albutt sent in this great farm selfie with their lamb, Gerald.
Here’s little farmer Vera Minchin feeding her pet lamb, Bob, on her grandfather’s farm in Carlow, Ireland.
Spring at last
The image of spring perfectly captured on camera by Tom Beeby in Rempstone, Nottinghamshire.
Ian Davison from Northumberland snapped this striking photo of sheep dodging snow and puddles on a cold and wet spring day, with Alnwick Castle in the distance.
Ann Mentern took this photo of Longhorn cattle enduring the snow in Dorset earlier this spring.
Count ’em up
This is three-year-old Teddy busy counting sheep in his favourite JCB overalls. They’re never too young to start helping on the farm.
Looks like somebody got a little bit carried away with the marker spray. Becky Breakspear sent this one in.
Doggie day care
James Bawden sent this photo in as proof that gundogs like Vinnie have their uses out of shooting season.
This is little farmer Jack Dennis reading his Farmers Weekly during bathtime. “His expression tells you that he has just seen a bargain John Deere 6215R in the classified section,” says dad, William Dennis.
Send us your farming snapshots
Keep your farming photos coming in, we really can’t get enough of them. It’s really easy to submit yours – simply email firstname.lastname@example.org or send them to us via direct message on the Farmers Weekly Facebook page.
Be sure to send your photos in as high resolution as possible – the higher the better for print quality. They can be cute, funny, romantic – pretty much anything goes (within reason).
Not only is there a chance that they will appear in the magazine and on our website in our regular Farmlife Framed feature, there’s a chance they could be shared on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages and go viral.