With this weekends lottery rollover reaching an estimated £57.8 million, Farmers Guardian found out what £60 million could buy in the farming industry.
From livestock to land, we let our imaginations run wild to find out where we could be after winning this weekend’s lottery.
At about £553,600, winning the lottery could grab you 108 of these combines.
Breaking the breed record at Hawes in October 2015 reaching £34,000, you could take home 1,764 of these record breaking Bluefaced Leicester lambs.
Holding its milk price at 22.35ppl, if you won the lottery, you could buy 268,456,375.8 litres of Muller Wiseman milk.
A top of the range Fendt 939 Vario could set you back £219,612. If you won the lottery, you could buy 273 of them.
Taking the record in October 2015 at Carlisle, Limousin bull, Trueman Jagger, was bought for a world record 140,000gns (£147,000). If your numbers are chosen this weekend, you could buy 408.
With the average price of wool reaching 126p/kg in December 2015, you could bag 476,190,476kg of it if you won the lottery this weekend.
This week's FG Classified is advertising Border Collie puppies at £150 each. At this price you could buy 400,000 of them after tomorrow's National Lottery.
Throughout 2015, certain 'hot spots' of land achieved in excess of £15,000/acre (£37,000/hectare). At this price, you could comfortably buy 4,000 acres (1,618.7 hectares) of land.
Every farmer needs a cracking pair of wellies to get them through the day.
Taking the average price for a pair of Le Chameau wellies at £200, you could get 300,000 pairs if you won the lottery - enough to keep all the people in Nottingham free from soggy feet! (According to 2011 census data).
For all the Young Farmers heading to Blackpool for the AGM later in the year, winning the lottery could buy you 18,126,888 pints of beer - working on the average price of a pint being £3.31 in the UK.