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The Biggest AgriPhoto Competition

Farming is the Biggest Job on Earth.
The global issues. The local challenges.
The pests. The weeds. The diseases.
The sowing. The spraying. The harvesting.
The breakthroughs. The setbacks.
It's all part of the job.

Learn more about how BASF helps growers tackle their biggest jobs.

The Biggest AgriPhoto Competition wants you to capture the moments, big or small, that make up your biggest job on earth.

We know the early mornings, the late starts and sacrifices that go into life in agriculture. Share your special moment, big or small, that cumulatively make farming the biggest job on earth. So we can share with the rest of Australia.

How it works

Capture a moment from your life in agriculture that contributes to the biggest job on earth.

We are looking for moments, big or small, that tell a story about Aussie ag for a chance to win one of two $500 weekly prizes (eight total) and a framed print of your winning photograph, and to be in the running for the $2,500 grand prize. The grand prize winner will be chosen from one of the weekly winners and be announced on National Ag Day, Friday 17 November.

Entries open at 9:00 am on Monday 16 October and close at 11:59 pm Sunday 12 November. Click here for full terms and conditions.

The Biggest AgriPhoto Competition

Entries for the competition have now closed. Follow us on Facebook and X (twitter) where we will announce the grand prize winner this National Ag Day, Friday 17 November.


To view all the images within a gallery, hold your cursor over the image and click and drag left or right. 


Week 4 entries

For previous weeks entries, please click here.

Please note: A selection of images will be manually added to the weekly galleries once checked to confirm they meet eligibility requirements. If you are concerned about your entry being received, please first check your emails for a submission confirmation. If you have not received an email please contact: