From top: Two lambs in Ballybricken Co Limerick, by Daniel McGuire; Ken Walsh in Raheenduff, Oulart, Co Wexford, by Karen Walsh; the McCarthy family at the bog in Kenmare, Co Kerry, by Mary O’Leary; picture of a cow on a hay bale by Brid Crampton [undisclosed location]; and Michael Coogan in Killerig, Co Carlow, by Martin Coogan
Aisling Hussey, of Farmers Journal, writes:
“Fourteen photos have been selected as finalists in our #flattothemat photo competition.
“From days at the bog in Kerry to baling in Co Kildare, this year’s summer photo competition offers a glimpse into the lives of farmers during the busiest time of the year.”
The Irish Farmers Journal is very excited to launch Farmoji, a new app which brings farming to life.
From farm animals to machinery, Farmoji contains over 100 detailed agri-themed stickers that convey everything farmers love about agriculture.
Farmojis range from humorous images to practical farming tools, images of farmers at work and word bubbles with a number of well-known farming phrases from ‘Hit the Diff’, ‘Rippin’ and Tearin’ like an Auld Shirt’ and ‘It’s too Cold to Snow’.
You can download Farmoji for an Android here and for an iPhone here