All things agriculture are on display at the Pacific Agriculture Show running at Abbotsford Tradex until Saturday.
The show is the annual flagship event for B.C.'s agriculture industry with over 250 companies showcasing their products and technology.
The event is attended by thousands of farmers and agri-food producers who can get a look at the most innovative equipment and technology in the industry.
Exhibitors and displays reflect the variety of agriculture across the province and cover the livestock and horticulture sectors including dairy, cattle, poultry, equine, hogs, llamas, alpacas, to vegetable, berry, grape, bulb, ornamentals, hothouse, flower and shrub growing and more.
The show also features educational seminars, short courses and conferences on important topics in the agriculture sector.
Pacific Agriculture Show runs today and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Tradex, 1190 Cornell St, next to Abbotsford International Airport.
Admission is $10 but parking is free, compliments of Meyers Noris Penny.