They are celebrated the last weekend of October. In the 50’s of the XX century it became the second cattle fair of Spain in volume of transactions. Circus, cinemas and theatres were full of people these last days of October. The celebration lasted until the 1st of November, day of Todos los Santos and date when the mothers give turron and chestnuts to the girlfriends of their sons to show that they approve the relationship. When the work in the field was mechanized, the cattle fair lost power and there were not transactions during the fair, but the party feeling still remain.