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Around 750 primary school children from across Cornwall have been getting up close and personal with farm animals.
The event in Wadebridge hopes to teach the children about the links between farming and food production.
They met animals, looked at farm machinery and were shown how raw ingredients grown and reared locally turn into the foods they are familiar with.
The event is in its fourth year and takes place across two days - with more than 1,500 Cornish primary school children expected to attend.