The Irish Farmers Journal has teamed up with Cooney Furlong Machinery Company in search of the best harvest photo of 2020.
Here are some of our favourite entries this week:
Harvest 2020 in Co Cork. \ Mark Kearney
Rotec cutting winter wheat in Ballymore Co Wexford with two modern classics a Claas Mega 208 and Valtra 8950. \ Stephen Corish
A storm cell creates a double rainbow over the Sugarloaf Mountain, Co. Wicklow. \ Brendan Cullen
Harvest 2020 underway in Co Kilkenny. \ Nichole Ryan
John Hogg baling straw for Co Down agricultural contractor Ian Simpson with a Massey Ferguson 8480 and Massey Ferguson 190 baler below Scrabo Tower, Co Down. \ Peter Niblock
John Deere T660i cutting winter wheat in Clonmel, Co Tipperary. \ Orla O’Dea
Winter wheat being cut at Barne Estate in Co Tipperary. \ Orla O’Dea
John Deere 2266 cutting winter barley looking out on the Atlantic ocean in Clonakilty, Co Cork. \ Michael Collins
Straw bales resting against the sun in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow. \ Brendan Cullen
Paddy Daly getting the wheat straw baled before the rain in North Cork. \ Andrea Coleman
James Leech of Ballyhamilton Farms harvesting barley and oil seed rape in Bunclody, Co Wexford. \ Matthew Byrne
The winning photo will see the farmer receive an EZ Guide 250 GPS System, worth €1,550.
To enter, all you have to do is fill out the form below with your details and attach your photo.
The closing date for entries is Sunday 30 August and you can enter the competition as many times as you like.
Don't forget to tell us about who is in the photo, the crop and where you are in the country.
In pictures: our favourite harvest photos of the week
In pictures: harvest 2020 from across the country
In pictures: harvest 2020 photo competition entries
Harvest 2020: win a tractor GPS for the best harvesting photo