It's difficult to estimate the numbers attending this year's Balmoral Show at the new venue at the Maze Long Kesh but it must exceed all other records at the Belfast site.
The new Balmoral Park gave exhibitors a fantastic opportunity to showcase their breeds.
Fermanagh Grassland Club continued the celebration of its Golden Jubilee year, by staying closer to home for its annual outing. The event had one of the largest attendances for farm walks of around 100 farmers.
The Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) Sperrins and Lakelands Support Group brought the Ulster American Folk Park to life over the bank holiday weekend.
- Margaret receives Imperial Service Medal for 47 years with the Civil Service
- Contractor launches DVD at Balmoral
- Rare breds turn back the years at Folk Park
- Safety warning for farmers
- Single Applications Forms deadline next week
- Local students at forefront of precision farming
- Welcome to Balmoral Park
- Ballymacan Blondes make Balmoral debut
- Motorcyclist and sheep triallist are among arena performers
- Schools design landmark sculpture at new venue
Tomorrow(Saturday) could be a useful day to visit the Inniskillings Museum as they will be hosting a Living History Group, who will entertain the public throughout the afternoon with Fifes and Drums and provide opportunities for photography as well as recounting some of the Inniskillings Regimental histories.