The general public will be able to catch up with farmers and agents as Horsham's Regional Livestock Exchange re-opens its sale yards to the public.
Horsham Regional Livestock Exchange onsite manager Paul Christopher said he welcomed the public to attend as long as they abide by the site's COVID-19 policy.
"It was tough to tell people they could not come during the pandemic. I am happy and like everyone else I want it to be back to normal," he said.
"I am happy for it to be open as long as people follow protocols."
Due to COVID-19 protocols during 2020, the exchange had been restricted to buyers and agents only.
The general public can now attend market days, providing they sign in on arrival and maintain social distancing.
Mr Christopher said the livestock exchange welcomed the public to see the facility's new roof - which was completed in December 2020.
Horsham City Council Chief Executive Sunil Bhalla said the council was pleased to announce the re-opening.
"For many farmers, market days provide one of the few chances to socialise," he said.
"They can have a coffee and catch up with their friends and agents, so it's good to be able to return to normality."
QR codes and paper sign-in forms will be provided to anyone attending market days.
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