Over the last number of weeks, silage season has been in full swing across the country, with farmers getting the 2016 crop cut, baled, wrapped and put in the pit.
Aerial photographer, Aidan Harrington was kept busy out filming silage contractor Michael Greaney with his first cut silage in Kerry.
Filmed in west and north Kerry, the stunning footage shows a Claas 860 harvester, a John Deere 6800 and a Fiat F140.
A John Deere 7530 and three John Deere 6150Ms drawing a Komatsu WA 250 loader also feature in the video which has some great shots of the Kerry coast on the Wild Atlantic Way.
If you’re planning on making silage over the next few days, there is a mixed bag of weather in store, with sunny spells and scattered showers.
Friday looks set to be a bright day with good sunny spells and some scattered showers. Highest temperatures will range between 16 to 20 degrees with light to moderate northwest breezes.
Saturday will be bright also with sunny spells and scattered showers, while Sunday will bring a fair amount of dry weather and a few showers. Current indications suggest that rain will hit most of the country on Monday and continue into Tuesday.