Cereals 2011 draws close to 27,000 visitors

Cereals has cemented its place as the leading technical event for the arable sector by attracting close to 27,000 visitors to this year’s show.

The two-day event which took place at Boothy Graffoe in Lincolnshire had 470 exhibitors over a 64ha site, plus live demonstrations and a large selection of crops plots.

Organiser, Haymarket exhibitions, have confirmed that a record-breaking 26,900 visitors attended the 2011 event which is up on the 2010 figure of 25,300.

It also beats the previous record attendance figure of 26,500 visitors which was set in 2009.

Farmers Weekly had a team of reporters covering the event. Catch up with all that happened on our dedicated Cereals 2011 channel


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