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Organisers estimated several thousand visitors came through the gates during the day-long annual town and country get together.
Society president Robert Kane said the 106th show had "gone magic", possibly because of, rather than despite, the weather.
"We’ve been lucky as the weather’s probably kept a few more of the locals off their tractors today, without getting too cold. So it’s been a very good crowd."
"We’re very pleased," he said.
Elsewhere visitors were able to enjoy wide-ranging attractions, from the traditional to the cutting edge.
While truck-driving simulators and a "nitro-powered" remote-control helicopter captured the attention of the technologically-inclined, more traditional show elements such as the pet lamb section were well supported by the district’s youngsters.
Families and young visitors were kept happy with entertainment including singing, dancing, rides, shows by the Otago Museum and magician Jonathan Usher, and a lolly scramble.
Mr Kane praised the show committee and sponsors for helping mount another successful event.
"Everyone’s smiling. It’s been a great family occasion for all the district."