The 36th annual National Dairy Show will take place in Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, Co. Cork, on Saturday, October 20.
Organisers say the event is a fun, family day out and claim the show programme offers something for everyone.
The event will see over 130 trade exhibits, which market agricultural-based products and equipment as well as offering advice and insights into the agricultural sector.
The show will offer people the opportunity to meet with the suppliers of a wide range of products in areas including: milking technology; animal nutrition; veterinary products; detergents; animal dosing; AI companies; and financial institutions.
Cattle handling competitions allowing young handlers from across Ireland to compete will also be taking place.
The show gives the audience in Millstreet an opportunity to see some of the best Holstein Friesian and Jersey cattle in Ireland before the champion is crowned that evening.
The Dairy Innovation Award winner will also be announced at the show.
Meanwhile, tractor and loader demos will feature at the show, with up to eight manufacturers participating – alongside a wide range of machinery on display.
The show welcomes livestock judge Edward Griffiths to Millstreet this year. Organisers say that Edward has a wealth of judging experience.
He has judged many major shows in the UK and Europe, including national Holstein shows in the UK, Ireland, Sweden and Slovenia.
For the younger audience, the Millstreet Fire Service will display its new fire engine. There will also be a small animal farm, a bouncing castle and face painting.