Nearly 65,000 people attended the Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd on its second day today.
That's the highest second day attendance figure the Show has had in at least the last 6 years.
The Show opened yesterday amidst controversy over milk price disputes between dairy farmers and processors.
Last week it had been suggested that many farmers could boycott this year's Royal Welsh Show in protest.
But following lengthy discussions yesterday, an agreement was made setting out future bargaining conditions between the two parties.
Tomorrow the judging of dairy cattle, a livestock parade, and milking competitions will take place.