Harvest 2016 is in full swing across Europe as well as here in Ireland and the footage below shows four Claas combines working in tandem in France to cut this year's crops.
The footage was posted to the Loagri- JDmoitrack HD YouTube account where it has amassed almost 20,000 views.
It also shows two Valtra tractors, a black S374 model and red T213 model towing Leboulch trailers.
The great video shows the harvest in full swing in France; harvesting the crop and putting it into the trailers.
Meanwhile, the weather this weekend is forecast to be very warm and humid on Saturday and it will be a mainly dry day.
According to Met Eireann, there will be spells of sunshine also, though south and southwest coasts may become dull.
Temperatures look set to rise to values between 19 and 25 degrees. However, Saturday night will see a band of rain crossing the country from the west, with southerly winds veering westerly by Sunday morning.
These westerly breezes are forecast to bring fresher but mainly dry and bright conditions for Sunday, while temperatures will fall back again to values between 16 and 20 degrees.
Current indications from Met Eireann suggest that the early days of next week will see a return to changeable weather.
Rain is forecast to develop during Monday then clearing to relatively cool and showery weather for Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be good dry and sunny spells on both days as well, it said.