A mass search for missing farmer Andrew Green has been organised for September 17 and 18, 2016.
Family and friends of the missing farmer Andrew Green have taken to social media to arrange a mass search in his home town of Chorley, Shropshire.
Mr Green was last seen on June 22 2016 at his home address of Yew Tree Farm.
Since his disappearance, the family have been inundated with calls of support, and offers to help his father bring in the harvest in Andrew's absence.
Police said they are growing 'increasingly concerned' for the 33-year-old's welfare and are appealing to Andrew directly to get in touch with the police.
Detective Inspector, Sarar Wagstaff from West Mercia Police said: "We are growing increasingly concerned for Andrew's welfare, especially given the amount of time he has been missing.
"I know his family are missing him greatly and I would like to appeal directly to Andrew to get in touch with them and let them know he is ok."
The team behind the search are asking Farmers Guardian readers to help promote Andrew's disappearance and the search party.
Police are asking for anyone with information regarding Andrew's whereabouts to please call West Mercia Police on 101.