Farmlife Framed: Baby farmers, curious stock and cool bale art

We really enjoy seeing your shots – whether it’s livestock and crops or people and pets. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing pictures of life on and off farm with Farmers Weekly.

From the scenic and the arty to the fun and the adorable, your pictures are a wonderful snapshot into agriculture and rural living – and Farmlife Framed is the regular feature where we pull some of our favourites together.

See also: Meet Britain’s youngest council farm tenant

These curious Clun Forest ewe lambs were captured on the move to some fresh pasture by Chloe Burrough.

Group of Clun Forest ewe lambs

Thomas Redshaw from Hampshire sent in this lovely photo of his one-year-old daughter Evelyn, who is loving the tractors in Farmers Weekly.

One-year-old reading Farmers Weekly

Here’s eight-month-old lambing assistant Iona Taylor in Aberdeenshire. Christine Croal sent this one in.

Baby sitting with lamb

Kerry Rogers from Montgomeryshire took this super-cool shot of Mr and Mrs Snowman on her farm one frosty morning.

Two snowmen in field

Shepherdess in the making Arabella, aged two, feeding the sheep. Bethany Thompson shared this one with us.

Baby and mum feeding sheep in field

Sherard Block sent in this photo of him carrying his short-legged friend through the long grass while out at the shoot.

Man with dog on shoulder in field

Sophie Harris and pal Alice, from Somerset, are the best of friends. They have the same birthday and even the same overalls.

Two ladies sitting on tractor

One of Emily Spencer-Mawer’s new highland heifers seems more interested in licking her rather than scoffing the feed bucket.

Highland heifer licking lips

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.