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Livestock 2014 Incorporating the Dairy Event

Livestock 2014 incorporating the Dairy Event is on 2nd and 3rd July at the NEC in Birmingham.


Livestock 2014 offers comprehensive technical, business and financial information for the entire UK ruminant sector. It provides a one-stop shop for dairy, beef and sheep farmers and pig and poultry producers.

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Event information

Dates

Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd July 2014

Location

NEC Birmingham

Ticket information

    Ticket Prices to be confirmed - available from early March 2014

    Gate Price

    TBC

    Coach ticket

    TBC
    Pre Event ticket (1-34persons) TBC
    Pre Event ticket (35+ persons) TBC
    College ticket TBC
    Member’s extra (max 3) TBC

    For more information see the RABDF Livestock Event site.


How to get there

    Get here by Road:

    Travelling North on the M42, exit at Junction 6 and follow the signs to The NEC. Once on site, follow the signs for Livestock 2012 to the relevant car park.

    Travelling South on the M42, exit at Junction 6 and follow signs to The NEC. Once on site, follow the signs for Livestock 2012 relevant car park.

    Travelling South on the M6, exit at Junction 4 and follow signs to The NEC. Once on site, follow the signs for Livestock 2012 to the relevant car park.

    Travelling North on the M6, exit at Junction 4, keeping to the left and following signs to The NEC. Once on site, follow the signs for Livestock 2012 to the relevant car park.

    Get here by Rail:

    To travel by train to The NEC, your destination station is Birmingham International. Please check before setting out that your train stops at this station as some do not.

    On arrival at Birmingham International, take the bridgelink from the station to The NEC following the signs. The escalator or lift at the end of the bridgelink will take you down to the main Piazza. Follow the signs for Livestock 2012 (Halls 16-20).

    Get here by Air:

    A frequent SkyRail Transfer service runs between the Birmingham International Airport and Birmingham International Train Station. Follow the bridgelink and signs from the station to The NEC. The escalator or lift at the end of the bridgelink will take you down to the main Piazza. Follow the signs for Livestock 2012 (Halls 16-20).

    The main international airports all have excellent road and rail links to the region:-

    London Heathrow is 104 miles away

    Manchester Airport is 89 miles away

    London Gatwick is 140 miles away.

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