Drought didn't stop stop thousands from turning up to the 2019 Henty Machinery Field Days.
New chairman of the field days, Nigel Scheetz said he believed the fodder conservation sector would be particularly popular this year.
"I think anything to do with hay production will be popular because of the repeated dry seasons we're having," Mr Scheetz said.
New and innovative machines on display included the Machine of the Year, the Spreader Chaser by Coolamon Chaser Bins and highly commended Spin-a-Calf by Offsider Ag.
While, Claas chose the field days as the launch pad for their new Lexion 7000/8000 series combine harvester.
Check out our photos from the event in the gallery above.