8 Farm Beautiful Photos

  • 2015 Farm Beautiful Contest

    Picturesque landscapes. Stunning sunsets. Adorable farm kids and favorite pets. The photos captured by farmers are, in a word, spectacular. In a single shot, the beauty, endurance, and spirit of America’s farmers can be captured and shared. To encourage the sharing of these photos, Successful Farming magazine and Exmark are bringing back the Farm Beautiful Contest.

  • Enter by July 1

    Last year, you were asked to include a number of photos and a description of your farm. This year, you can only enter one photo with a brief description that captures the essence of your farm. You have until July 1, 2015, to enter a photo for a chance to win an Exmark zero-turn lawn mower!

    Click through this slideshow to see photos that have been entered so far in the 2015 contest.

  • Jennifer

    Jennifer from Michigan submitted this photo of a striking sunset against an old silo.

  • John

    “In Cutler, Indiana, there is a family farm that has not only produced crops, but a loving family as well,” shares John.

  • Carolyn

    “Snow-white cotton and puffy, white clouds in the sky go hand in hand,” shares Carolyn.

  • Karen

    Karen captured a John Deere 9770 harvesting barely on the beautiful Fairfield, Montana, plains.

  • Ann

    Ann shared this photo of the Lavery Farm. “These silos stand next to our dairy barn,” she says. “As a kid, my sister and I would play in the oldest silo while the cows were milking. Now as an adult, I have the pleasure to see the sunrise every morning as it crests above the dome lid. I share these moments today with my son on our farm.”

  • Kathi

    Kathi enjoys the quiet of living in the country. “Fresh air, solitude, relaxation, cows as neighbors, and peace,” she shares. “The views are breathtaking.”

Enter a photo of your beautiful farm for a chance to win an Exmark zero-turn mower!

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