The machinery is polished and the stands are full of free merchandise as the Sungold Field Days site gets prepared to open.
Field Days event coordinator Emma Kavanagh said all of the exhibitors had been busy "bumping in" and the site was starting to fill up.
"The vibe on site is fantastic, the atmosphere is starting to show and the exhibitors are sounding really happy and positive, so we are looking forward to a great event," she said.
"We have over 200 exhibitors, with in excess of 40 new displays. We are thrilled to see so much new blood coming in."
Ms Kavanagh said a lot of new and innovative farming technologies would be on show, alongside all of the farming favourites.
"We also have activities such as the wood chop, cooking demonstrations, a road rescue demonstration by the SES, and the Emmanuel College animal farm which is always a hit with the little ones," she said.
"Lots of exhibitors give out promotional gear so we see kids walking around with buckets, balloons and caps.
"We have free entry on Wednesday, so take advantage of that and have some extra money to buy something nice for yourself.
"There is something for everyone out here this year."
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