YOUNG farmers turned out in force from all corners of Radnorshire on Saturday when they attended the County Federation's 64th annual rally near Rhayader.
The event was hosted by Rhayader YFC at Llwyngwilym by permission of Howell and Liz Powell and family.
As well as hosting the rally, Rhayader went on to be the overall winners, continuing their record as Rally winners for the past seven years out of eight. The sponsors of this year's event was Welshpool Livestock Sales.
There were 40 competitions ranging from sheep shearing, woodwork, floral art, a mock wedding, cookery, dressing up a club leader as a bride, craft competitions and a rough guide to a honeymoon destination.
Many winners will now go forward to represent the Radnorshire Federation in the all Wales YFC competitions at the Royal Welsh Show.
Rhayader were followed in second place by Aberedw, winners of the Presteigne Agricultural Cup.
In third place, and winners of the Bevan Lewis Cup, was Llanbadarn Fynydd, and two points behind in fourth place were Edw.
The T O Nicholls trophy for stock judging went to Radnor Valley while the Knighton and District Cup for the highest placed club out of the five smallest clubs was Howey.
A vote of thanks was given by Lynwen Thomas, county activities chairman, the Powell family, the sponsors, Powys County Council for their financial support of the Radnorshire Federation, judges, stewards, parents and friends.
County chairman Avril Hardwick announced all the winners of competitions and awards together with pre-rally competitions.
The day concluded with a barn dance with music by live band CoverBeat.