Preparations are well underway for the Elmore Field Days
The 19th Annual Ag Art Wear competition will hit the runway at the Elmore Field Days next week.
Models were on site on Monday being fit for the garments and preparing for six shows over three days.
Ag Art Wear committee chair Lorraine Trewick said the 2019 competition is tough with more than 50 entries.
"I don't see any of them until they're delivered here, and when they're delivered here they're always packaged," she said.
"We bring them out here to the auditorium and start opening them.
"It's really like Christmas, we can't believe what we're opening up."
The guidelines are simple but challenging.
Ms Trewick said anything commercialised or foreign materials will have points deducted.
"All materials are found or used on farms in agricultural industries.
"That's from bailing twines, to washers; we've got one with bones and one with sheep manure - a wide a varied lot of materials."
Ms Trewick said this year has attracted plenty of attention after it was announced it is the last competitive year of the show.
"I've had so many people speak to me in the streets and on the phone, 'why, why why, surely you can keep it going?'
"It's a lot of work - I work 12 months of the year with it, voluntary," she said.
"We really can't afford, in a way, to pay someone to do it.
"We're all volunteers on the committee - it's not a paid job, it's a love job."