There will be something for everyone on offer at this year's Riverina Field Days at Griffith Showgrounds.
From kids' entertainment with rides and special guests like Spongebob, to the all important trucks, tractors and trailers, home decor and clothing, "food, food, and more food", Friday and Saturday will have everything, according to organiser Roly Zappacosta.
And while the weather seems to be on par with the cold snap experienced last year, this time around the rain should hold off long enough for sunny days perfect for perusing.
"It's about 20 percent chance of less than a mil. Not good for the farmers, but we've had just had a good drop so hopefully they can jump off tractors and see the ones that we've got on offer," Mr Zappacosta said.
"Come and grab a bargain - plenty of deals to be had so it's an opportunity not to be missed."
Despite many farmers doing it tough in the region, Mr Zappacosta said according to all reports last year's sales were great and expects this year will be no different.
The MIA's newest, better and best will be on display, and not just the machinery, but the farming practices, technology, as well as the all-important networking opportunities.
And in order for everyone to take advantage of everything on offer, mobility scooters will be available for hire.
"If you need to get around, there are mobility scooters for hire, give us a buzz and they will be at Woodside Hall for people to use," Mr Zappacosta said.
As well as a mix of different eateries on offer, Yenda Beer will be doing demonstrations on how to brew beer.
"They will be showing how to churn the grain into beer, and later in the afternoon people can come back and have a taste test and purchase some if they would like."
Each year the major event continues to attract thousands of people and showcases the best agricultural machinery and products from right across the Riverina and MIA.
"I encourage everyone to come and visit the field days and support events like these," Mr Zappacosta said.
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