Day two of the Elmore Field Days is proving popular.
The wintry conditions have continued today however that hasn't stopped people piling through the gates.
Thousands of locals and visitors, who have travelled from around Victoria and the country are taking in everything that is on offer at the field days.
More than 700 stalls are on display with organisers hoping about 50,000 people walk through the gates throughout the three-day event.
This year, Elmore Field Day's is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Committee member Ron Trewick said over the year's the event had grown significantly.
He said he couldn't believe the event had reached the 50 year milestone.
Some of the highlights for today include a vintage tractor display, sheep and wool handling demonstrations and Narelle Stone will share some quirky tales.