Thousands descended on Cupar as Fife’s farmers and food producers showcased the finest that the region has to offer.
The highlight of the region’s agricultural social calendar, Fife Show offered plenty for the crowds to enjoy.
As well as the traditional livestock and equipment displays, this year saw the launch of a marquee dedicated to exhibiting the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, exposing the event to the huge boost in food tourism.
However, it is always the animals that take centre stage, with plenty of different demonstrations delighting the traditionalists.
Foxhound parades, a falconry display and dog scurry were just some of the exhibits that entertained spectators, while young thrillseekers were able to satisfy their need for adrenaline at the funfair.
Show consultant Hilary Lumsden said: “The aim of the food and drink area isn’t to take away from the serious side of the show, and cattle, sheep and horses will always underpin the event, but we wanted to open up a whole new interest sector for families.”
However, despite another hugely successful occasion, there was frustration for some visitors leaving the show, with some drivers experiencing long delays leaving the Kinloss site because of nearby roadworks.
Temporary traffic lights on Balgarvie Road meant that some drivers experienced delays of up to 25 minutes as they negotiated their way from the event.