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Photo Comp finalists capture Australia's stunning farm sector

The panel has spoken, and finalists have been chosen for the Harvest Tyres National AgDay Photo Competition!

We've been blown away by the creative talent on display in this year's National AgDay Photo Competition. Your photos have made us smile and reflect on what an amazing industry we have.

Sadly, we've had to pick just 10 images for final judging - of which one winner and two runners up will be chosen to share in the $2,000 prize pool, courtesy of Harvest Tyres.

In no particular order, here are our Top 10...

The Next Generation

Shared on Instagram by Ruby Canning (@mavstarphotography), we love the determined expression.


Capturing the drama and excitement of the crush, we love the movement as these grapes start their journey to become next year's Lindeman's chardonnay.

The Jillaroo

Covered in the dust of a hard day's work but loving every minute of it, this photo captures so much of our farm sector's spirit.

Foggy Morning

Shared on Instagram by Ellen Birtles (@ellengraaace), this photograph captures the morning stillness of the sheepyards - normally characterised by dust, noise and movement.

River Crossing

This picture, captured in WA's Kimberley region, shows a great moment as cattle cool down after a long walk, and the ringer powers on.

Aerial Dairy

We love a good drone image. The early morning shadows from this picture taken in WA's Margaret River show the cows in two dimensions as they make their way in for milking.

The Working Crew

Who says it's a man's best friend? This images shares the essence of everything great about growing up on a station in WA's Kimberley Region.


Taken on a property near Moree, NSW - this photograph captures the sheer scale of farming in Australia's wheat belt.

Pick of the Bunch

Genevieve Windley posted this outstanding shot of baby carrots - plucked fresh from the earth on QLD's Scenic Rim. Find Genevieve on Instagram at @genwindley.

Time for a Haircut

Marlee Langfield of Cowra provided this marvellous shot of merino sheep waiting to be shorn. We love all the different textures - from wool, to tin, to cobweb on the louvres.



Of course the finalists are just a taste of the great entries we recieved. To view more, visit the Photo Competition page on the AgDay Website.

Which picture is your favourite? Log in and leave us your thoughts below!

The AgDay Photo Competition was proudly supported by Harvest Tyres. Click above to see their product range.
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    My favorite is the next generation by Ruby Canning

    My favourite is the 'next generation' photo taken by Ruby Canning

    The Next Generation

    I would like to vote for Ruby Canning she is a very inspirational woman and her photo captures our farming future

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