From ploughing matches to kale fencing to Charolais shows, rural Ireland was busy this week.
The Charolais Show and Sale in Roscommon was a busy affair, while the Limousin show and sale in Kanturk was also held.
With just weeks to Christmas the Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture Andrew Doyle paid a visit to the Parkmore Christmas tree farm and Rosanna Davidson was also on hold to help promote Irish Christmas trees.
Carlow farmers Paddy and Paul Brennan were busy at work on their kale crop in Ballinkillen while Johnny Lynch - the man behind Macroom Buffalo mozzarella collected a nice award for his cheese.
Nuala Hourihane was honoured for years of work with the Charolais society at its Christmas Crackers Show and Sale in Elphin.
The Supreme Champion at the fatstock show and sale in Skibbereen was a Belgian Blue cross heifer, which weighted in at 755kg.
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