"TERRIFIC" cattle and giant pumpkins were on show at the 111th Truro Primestock show.
The opportunity to see the best of the countryside in the heart of the city attracted hundreds of people to Truro's Lemon Quay.
Judges were impressed by the quality of produce on display.
Clive Davis, from Kidderminster in the Midlands had to pick the supreme champion, and said: "What a terrific set of cattle, I'm extremely impressed with all of them.
"One animal has stood out and led a very strong class."
Mr Davis named Rick and Ivor Cobbledick, from Warbstow near Launceston, as winners of the coveted supreme champion title with their heifer Amber, later purchased at the show auction by Chris Dale, of Helston, for £2,314.
Nigel and Oliver Penellum, from Illogan, took the prize for reserve champion with Kerenza 2nd, a south Devon heifer.
Neil Phillips, from Restronguet, took the sheep supreme champion title with a pair of texel lambs.
A Truro resident from a farming family has kept winning silverware in the family from more than a century ago.
Elizabeth Hotten brought a silver cup with her to primestock that was first won by her grandfather Christian Hotten in 1904.
She and her cousin Stanley Matthews, from Nankervis Farm at Ladock, have been to hundreds of primestock shows between them.
Mrs Hotten's grandfather won the award at the third Truro Primestock show, then known as fatstock, for "best pen of sheep fed on their cakes and meals".