One of the biggest agricultural shows in the country starts tomorrow in Somerset.
The Royal Bath and West Show is on for four days and features livestock competitions, entertainment and a whole range of different foods.
But one contest where we're likely to see some West Country successes is in the British Cheese Awards - which hosts over 800 British cheeses at the showground every year.
But what makes a winner?
The region is home to a number of world famous cheeses including Gloucester and Cheddar.
We've been to meet one entrant who make their produce from the village of Ditcheat, to find out what they think it takes to make a winner: