Future of animal husbandry highlighted at Eurotier

Reinhard GrandkeDr. Reinhard Grandke, CEO of Euorotier organizer, DLG. (Image source: Eurotier)Eurotier, the international livestock exhibition was recently concluded in Hanover, Germany where it saw 163,000 total visitors this year

Eurotier organiser DLG CEO Dr. Reinhard Grandke stated, “With 2,629 exhibitors and 163,000 visitors, including 36,000 from outside Germany, the EuroTier 2016 exhibition has delivered again, breaking the previous record attendance of EuroTier 2012.”

Around 36,000 visitors from abroad – from European as well as non-European countries – including North and south America, Middle East and Asia

The event saw a total of 2,629 exhibitors from 58 countries presenting their innovations and product developments for modern and practical agriculture worldwide, specifically, innovations in fields of barn construction and feeding, as well as electronics, data management, and actuator and control technologies were appreciated. These tools go a long way in tackling challenges in the international market that is characterised by social and political demands, along with fluctuating markets.

Highlights of the show included: ‘World Poultry Show’ that established itself as the global meeting place for the poultry industry, with breeders, producers and processors from all over the world taking advantage of the comprehensive – but at the same time remaining highly specialised – offering, enabling them to exploit the positive prospects in the market; dedicated dairy and beef area; pig sector solutions on show that reflected the changing regulatory environment and EnergyDecentral 2016 that also showcased the Biogas convention 2016.

The next EuroTier, which will include the EnergyDecentral exhibition, will take place from 13 to 16 November 2018 in Hanover.

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