There was also a new world record set on site.
Day two of the National Ploughing Championships saw more muck, politicians and young farmers breaking a world record.
The attendance for Day Two is 71,800 people, up 5,500 on yesterday amid a noticeable improvement in the weather.
Macra na Feirme gathered 995 people, who all threw wellies in field, breaking the previous world record.
Its CEO Mick Curran says they want to show rural Ireland is not dead: