11 incredible farming-themed celebration cakes

We asked our readers to share farming-themed celebration cakes they have baked or received to mark a special day, and they certainly did not disappoint.

We have been inundated with photos of creative bakes with an agricultural twist – and each time we share some of them on our social media channels we get another photo avalanche of tasty treats.

Why not share your pictures with us – cakes or otherwise – by uploading them to our Farmlife Framed gallery. We really enjoy seeing your snapshots of farming life – whether it’s livestock and crops, or people and pets.

See also: ‘How I went from tractor to farm manager of 3,000ha’

This cracking hen cake was made by Jill McCaughern.

Hen cake

© Jill McCaughern

A fantastic effort worthy of The Great British Bake Off by Holly Jones. This amazing cake combines sponge with marshmallow Rice Krispies.

Combine cake

Stacey Smith shared this photo of a jam-packed sponge cake for partner Josh’s 30th birthday.

Sheep and farmer in pen cake

A Cat Challenger cake made Laura Fussey for a 70th birthday.

Tractor cake

The birthday cake every little farmer wants, shared by Shel Cobbin.

Farm scene cake

Rosalie Gregory made this excellent four-tier Highland bull cake for farmer’s son Felix.

Bull cake

Emma Stead baked this delicious-looking birthday cake for her mother-in-law – a farmer who loves pigs.

Pigs in mud cake

This was a wedding cake that Heather Warden made for sheep farmers Lesley and Stuart Wise, who adore Texel sheep.

Sheep cake

Megan Davies is the master baker behind this excellent effort.

Sheep and Farmer in pen cake

Tractor-fan Alec loved this cake, created by mum Karoline Watson to mark his 4th birthday.

Tractor cake

This JCB Fastrac cake was cooked up for John Wilson and shared with us by Ross Gordon.

JCB cake with farm animals

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 upload your snaps to the Farmlife Framed 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 FacebookTwitter and Instagram pages, too.