Innovation and technology will be the theme of next year’s Pig & Poultry Fair, with the aim of helping producers drive their businesses forward.
The Royal Agricultural Society of England event returns to the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, on 10-11 May 2016, and already exhibitor bookings are being taken.
The biennial event, which is partnered by ABN, with Poultry World as the media partner, will showcase technology and advice, covering everything from animal health and genetics to nutrition, housing, processing and marketing.
See also: Reports from the 2014 event
“More than 70% of visitors intended to make changes to their business following last year’s event,” said Daniel Johnson, ABN national sales manager for poultry.
“It really is a unique chance to see the latest new equipment and services from more than 320 exhibitors, gather advice and network with other producers.”
The fair is free to attend and will host a new Energy Zone for 2016, allowing producers to find on-farm energy generation exhibitors conveniently located together.
“More than 50% of past exhibitors have already rebooked their stand space for 2016,” says Alice Bell, head of technical events at organisers Grandstand Stoneleigh Events, adding that booking for new exhibitors will open on 1 August.
“More than 93% of last year’s 10,318 visitors rated the fair as good or excellent, and said it was valuable for their business, while 98% of exhibitors met all of their objectives. It’s an event that really delivers for the whole industry.”
For more information about the fair visit www.pigandpoultry.org.uk or call 02476 858 284.