Around 14,000 people are expected to visit the Dumfries and Lockerbie Agricultural show this weekend.
The event which is now in it's 53rd year is one of the busiest weekends on the farming calendar with entries coming from all across the UK.
The show-jumping and horse and pong showing classes are already underway, with 400 horse and riders taking part over Friday and Saturday.
More than 600 sheep and 200 cows will arrive on Saturday for the livestock shows, as well as pigs, goats and poultry.
The family friendly show also has hundreds of trade stands and good and drink stalls.
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