Farmers from across our region, and even further afield, have been sending us their 'felfies'.
The internet craze involves farmers taking a selfie of them and their livestock.
The internet craze has proved so popular that it even has its own Facebook page with over 20,000 likes.
Its a craze that's taking over the world, with one Border viewer even sending us her 'felfie' from Canada.
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