There were more than 50 entries for this years Young Farmers’ Bale Art Competition.
The competition is being run by the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs and is open to all young farmers in Scotland. Six finalist have been chosen to compete to take home the winning prize, with entries of every type. Themes included in this year’s competition included tractors, Scottish brands, trains and much much more, with some just as colourful and wacky as possible.
The young farmer’s clubs to make the final include the Thornhill Young Farmers from Dumfries and Galloway district, West Renfrewshire Young Farmers from Clyde and Central district, Crossroads Young Farmers from Ayrshire district, Vale of Alford JAC from West Aberdeenshire district, Strathearn JAC from Perthshire district and Bankfoot JAC of Perthshire district.
Entrants were also given the challenge to try and include the Scotch Lamb PGI logo into their finished projects, to help raise the awareness of the brand. The finalists entries will all be judged by TV presenter Lorraine Kelly.
Check out some of the entrants below.