By Q Radio News
Thousands of people have flocked to the second day of the Balmoral Show outside Lisburn.
The showpiece agri - food event runs until Saturday and so far temperatures have been reaching into the high teens.
It's a popular draw for people from all over Northern Ireland and further afield.
Cattle farmer Desie O’Hanlon says it’s been a ‘tiring week’ for him at @balmoralshow. He says his heifer ‘misbehaved’ in the show but still came in the top 10 of her category 🐄🐂🐄 pic.twitter.com/w5O6arhRa2— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) 16 May 2019
@UlsterBank’s Senior Agri Manager Cormac McKervey says it’s business as usual for farmers here at Balmoral Show as Brexit remains unresolved. The bank is the title sponsor of the show: pic.twitter.com/YStrXyXOPB— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) 16 May 2019