Dozens of pictures have been sent in to date for the Irish Farmers Journal silage photo competition #FJSilage2019, in conjunction with Glanbia Connect.

Here are just some of the best ones sent in this week:

James Pugh impressed with this John Deere outfit.

Jano Evans sent in this photo of old-school silage in Co Wexford.

The sun was out for Heather Martin's silage image.

Donnacha Ryan got a bit artistic with this atmospheric image.

And so did Patrick Gannon from Moyard, Co Galway, with this vintage shot.

Young Bobby Twaddle (five) from Co Longford doing his first cut of silage in 2019, as captured by his mother.

Matthew Keegan sent in this picture of Gary Walsh Agri from Co Galway in action.

Aoife Whitty captured a real summer scene in this one.

Jack Connor had all his ducks in a row.

Jonathan Ward’s image of pink bale wrap from Glanbia’s cancer research fundraiser caught the eye in Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny – as did the pup!

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