Studs in the Albury, Cooma and Holbrook regions of southern NSW opened their gates for day two of Beef Week today.
Nineteen studs representing eight breeds welcomed crowds of people on to their property as part of Australia's biggest on-farm open days.
The week runs until Wednesday 4 February with the winner of the prestigious Heifer Challenge competition being announced on Friday 6 February.
Check out who was involved in day two of Beef Week below.
Centennial Hereford and Poll Herefords principal Paul Rogers is pictured with Tony Reardon, Mansfield, with 18 to 20-month-old bulls.
Garren Park Genetics principals Garry and Karen Hedger show how quiet their bulls are.
Peter Fleming, Upper Rouchel, NSW, and Mark Corrigan at the latter's family's Glenruben Angus stud.
Belinda Muller and James McWilliam have recently become partners in the Kanimbla Poll Herefored and Riverina Speckle Park operation. They're pictured with Dennis Power, ‘Glenrowan’, Boggabri, NSW with heifers.
Murray, 19, Blake, 12, and father Andrew Van der Drift were keenly talking to Kanimbla Poll Herefords and Riverina Speckle Parks co-principal Mark Baker.
From left: Kenmere Charolais principals Ann-Marie (far left) and Matt Collins (far right) with Rivalea territory manager of animal nutrition Stephen Blain, and Kenmere team members John Smith and Chris Gorringe.
Rennylea Angus co-principal Bryan Corrigan (right) with Jason Graham who was excited to see the Rennylea operation after hearing a lot about it from within the New Zealand neef industry.
Tumbarumba Beef Group jumped on a bus to visit studs on Day 2 of Beef Week including Wirruna Herefords.
Rabobank Albury branch manager Peter Evans, Tobruk Poll Hereford's Damien Halloway and Wirruna Herefords principal Ian Locke with some of his 17-month-old bulls.