In the last week, we've been inundated with entries for our Harvest 2020 photo competition.

The Irish Farmers Journal, in association with Cooney Furlong Machinery Company, is offering a fantastic prize of an EZ Guide 250 GPS System, worth €1,550, which is easy to set up, use and has excellent accuracy.

Here are 10 of the best photos sent in to us recently.

Mariea O’Toole sent in this shot of gluten-free Oats being harvested with a Claas Lexion 660TT.

Lauren Finnegan snapped the Claas Lexion doing what it does best.

Emma Hoey sent in this great photo of young Erica Hoey giving a hand cleaning the shed.

David Collins had an amazing horizon for this shot of winter barley being cut near Kinsale, Co Cork.

No smoke, no poke! Lauren Finnegan sent in this Fendt full and ready to go.

Michael Healy snapped the Cx8070 harvesting alongside a 6155r John Deere and 24ft Smyth Tri-axle trailer.

Blue skies: John O'Connell captured all the primary colours in this photo of winter barley being harvested.

Louise Redmond was in the right place at the right time to capture 11-month old Cayden Masterson on his first harvest visit to see his daddy and grandad on the combine and tractor, cutting the winter barley in Castlequarter, Bunclody, Co Wexford. He even helped check the moisture levels of the straw!

Myles Lambert sent in this impressive drone shot, taken as the harvesting day drew to a close.

Brian Murphy had the camera out to photograph winter barley being cut at 15% moisture with a Deutz Fahr Topliner 4090 HTS, before the rain.

Want 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 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, what the crop is and where you are in the country!

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