Thousands turned up on Sunday to take part in the Scenic Rim Farm Gate Trail.
Armed with their Destination Scenic Rim farm gate maps, visitors from near and far took the opportunity to buy produce fresh from the farm.
At more than 20 stops, farms and local businesses opened their gates to welcome locals, supporters and families keen to have some up-close experience of how their food is produced.
At Running Creek Beef, farmers Deb and Rod Richardson were kept busy chatting to guests and serving customers willing to wait in line to buy from the farm larder.
Others wandered around the farmyard browsing the various stalls offering local fare including home made items as well as pasties and pies made by Boonah's Arthur Clive's Bakery with Scenic Rim ingredients.
Live music was provided by Kylie Moss from GTM Music Studios in Beaudesert.
At Ladybrook Farm in Kerry, about 1000 people turned up to enjoy a farm visit.
Farmer Sue Harrison said produce sold out.
"We reckon we could have had another two or three beasts and it would have still sold out," she said.
"The visitors came from all different places and some had been to all different places like over at Boonah and Towri Sheep Cheeses."
Ms Harrison said the Farm Gate Trail events, held about every three months, had increased in popularity.
"They're just getting bigger ... I think people are probably sick of being locked in their houses ... these are all open air events so it's a lot safer than going to a football match, cinema or shopping centres," she said.
"It was nice to see a lot of happy people.
"We had the Heritage Truck Association there and they brought nine big prime movers, it was a great day out for them and people were interested."
Ms Harrison said the day also featured live music from local musician Kelly Lott as well as market stalls and a photo booth.
Dallas Davidson from Towri Sheep Cheeses said a large crowd also turned up to the Allenview property.
"We did sell out, but not until about 2pm," she said.
"We had Lana Bissett from Flutterby Creations, who put together an amazing menu and sold out.
"Michelle from Michelle's Edibles and More doing her donuts and fairy floss and she sold out too."
Biosecurity was tight due to concerns about foot and mouth disease, with visitors asked to fill in a form including an insurance waiver and those who had travelled overseas in the past seven days asked to stay away from the farms.
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