OK all you hay sculptors out there who reckon you're pretty hot. Beat this.
This work of art, built by farmers in Staffordshire, England, is a model of the nearby Lichfield Cathedral and stands 15m tall, 22m long and 4m wide.
It was built to mark last month's National Ploughing Championships, and is the result of a group of farmers we reckon have more than their fair share of spare time.
It's impressive, but Back Paddock bets it might not last as long as the original cathedral built in the 12th century.
Picture: Red Kangaroo Media