Another week and another great batch of photos have been sent to Farmers Weekly by our fantastic readers, keen to share a snapshot of their lives.
From the scenic and the serious to the fun and the funny, your pictures are a great insight into agriculture and rural living across the UK.
This time we’re sharing some 2018 harvest photos where farming couples, kids and families across the generations are all getting stuck in.
Benjy Addy has found the perfect harvest buddy with lovely Lilly the cocker spaniel in West Yorkshire.
Not your average date night for Toby and Louisa – they’ve been carting straw in South Yorkshire. The life of a farming couple summed up in this photo.
Time for a picnic in Norfolk with the Craig family after a busy day in the tractor. Rachel Craig sent in this shot.
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Huge congratulations to farmers’ daughters Katie Collins and Megan Jones on tying the knot in Worcestershire. Katrina Bartlett took this one of the happy couple.
Happy 75th birthday to farmer Philip Laming in Lincolnshire. “His dedication and passion for farming and ‘hard graft’ as he calls it, is something we as a family are extremely proud of,” says his daughter Clara Pickles.
This photo is of Philip and his four-year-old grandaughter Georgina at this year’s Lincolnshire Show.
Three generations of farming in this harvest snap shared by Charlene Cannell. Grandad in the tractor, dad in the combine and three-year-old Bobby Bramble looking at his future.
Newlyweds Jess and Harry Grant from East Yorkshire couldn’t go on their honeymoon without a copy of Farmers Weekly.
When mum says it’s bathtime but you’re really not keen. A brilliant snap captured by Eleaner Mirfin.
Clive and great grandson Joshua enjoying an afternoon read of Farmers Weekly in Cornwall. Clare Dunstow shared this one with us.