Southern Field Days captured

Finley Munro, 3, of Winton, relaxes in a John Deere tractor. PHOTOS: GREGOR RICHARDSON
Finley Munro, 3, of Winton, relaxes in a John Deere tractor. PHOTOS: GREGOR RICHARDSON
Philip Crump and Glennis Taylor, both of Gore, and Marlene and Russell Brunold, of Winton, take a...
Philip Crump and Glennis Taylor, both of Gore, and Marlene and Russell Brunold, of Winton, take a break after looking at the many exhibits.
Rodeo enthusiasts Amelia Knowles (14) and Oskar Janes (17), both of Alexandra.
Rodeo enthusiasts Amelia Knowles (14) and Oskar Janes (17), both of Alexandra.
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon speaks to the media.
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon speaks to the media.
Some of the large crowd.
Some of the large crowd.
Nathan Dodd, of Glenham, near Wyndham, with a Texel ram he is exhibiting.
Nathan Dodd, of Glenham, near Wyndham, with a Texel ram he is exhibiting.

Southern Field Days began yesterday and up to 35,000 visitors are expected to take in all the exhibits and entertainment over the three days.

More than 800 exhibitors are covering the 57ha site in Waimumu, near Gore.

Otago Daily Times photographer Gregor Richardson was there to capture some of the excitement.