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 so far:

Harvest evenings in east Cork. \ Micheál O’Riordan

Clouds and combining on a beautiful July evening at the foot of Slievenamon, Co Tipperary. \ Deirdre Coffey

Harvesting winter barley averaging 15% moisture with a Deutz Fahr Topliner 4090 HTS before the rain in Co Cork. \ Brian Murphy

Belle the dog romping around a freshly cut field of Belfry hybrid barley on the Richardson family farm in Aghade, Co Carlow. Father and son, David and Mark Richardson, operate the machinery. \ Gillian Richardson

Winter barley being cut near Kinsale Co Cork. \ David Collins

Chaser bin and combine working the harvest in Mallow, Co Cork. \ John O'Connell

The Claas Lexion doing what it does best in Bellewstown, Co Meath. \ Lauren Finnegan

The old Claas Dominator cutting our last field of barley before switching to dairy farming. \ Eamon Maher, Co Kildare.

The winning photo will see the farmer receive an EZ Guide 250 GPS System, worth €1,550.

All you have to do is fill out the form below with your details and attach your photo and you have entered the competition.

The closing date for entries is Sunday 23 August 2020 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!

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