Published 17/11/2016 | 16:41
Lee Hegarty from Charleville, Co. Cork looking for a buyer at the Killconnell Horse Fair, Co. Galway.
Photograph: Hany Marzouk
Cow basking in an amazing sunrise in Kerry. Photo: Frank Farrell
Farmer John Sheridan and his son Matthew (with a little help from Benson the dog), move the animals on their farm in Mostrim, Co. Longford. Photo: Lorraine Teevan
Wonderful weather for sheep and the grass is good in the village of Glendalough, Co Wicklow. Photo Roger Jones.
Shepherd Dan Jones with his wife Ceri and sheepdogs, who has been appointed to manage Parc Farm on the Great Orme, North Wales, and is paying just £1 a year to move there and protect its rare and fragile coastal landscape Richard Williams/National Trust/PA Wire
Early morning frost in Roscommon. Photo Ciaran Moran.
The Irish Charollais sheep society held a joint production sale in Tullow mart on 12th Nov. working hard with his pen of sheep was Dean Buckley all the way from Macroom Co Cork. Photo Roger Jones.
Ballymacoll Stud, Dunboyne, Co Meath
NEWS 13/11/2016 Pictured at the annual vintage tractor run at Reenascreena West Cork was Aoife Jennings from Leap. Picture Denis Boyle
Check out these amazing pictures of the Irish countryside this week.
One of the super pictures is of the birthplace of the famous Arkle and one of the most prestigious stud farms in the country is up for sale. It is expected to command a price in the region of €12m to €13m.
Ballymacoll has had many owners and tenants over the years including the Irish Army who occupied the farm during World War II. In 1946 it was bought by Dorothy Paget who never visited Ballymacoll but actively built its equestrian reputation until her death in 1960.
The winning weanling at the Tullow Mart Showand Sale on Saturday 12th Nov. Photo the winniung owner John O Toole Tullow with the Mart manager Eric Driver. The winning B/W heifier on right weighing 440kg and made 1390. Photo Roger Jones.