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Livestock Philippines set to promote growth of the country’s agriculture industry

Livestock Philippines provides free access to various technical seminars, conferences and other activities. (Image source: Livestock Philippines)

Livestock Philippines, the International Trade Fair for Innovative Production and Processing for Poultry and Livestock, takes place from 22-24 May 2024 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City, Philippines

Since its first edition in 2011, Livestock Philippines has always been the foremost international B2B event dedicated to the livestock, poultry, aquaculture, feeds, and meat sectors to help promote and contribute to the growth of the agriculture industry in the Philippines. This is a biennial event that serves as a comprehensive platform for local and international exhibitors to help them showcase their most innovative products available in the global market, and connect them with key industry players, decision makers, and thousands of trade buyers.

Livestock Philippines provides free access to various technical seminars, conferences, and other activities that enable knowledge sharing concerning market trends, news, research, and latest industry developments. It offers a relaxed but professional business environment to conduct meetings, network and seek new business opportunities. Participants will have access to key professionals in the feed, livestock and aquaculture industries in order to generate sales leads, grow business and foster new partnerships.

Taking place concurrently with Livestock Philippines is Aquaculture Philippines, which exhibits the latest innovations in the aquaculture sector and opens a platform for discussions that cater to the entire value chain in aquaculture from production to processing. This year, Aquaculture Philippines is set to hold a conference session tackling various topics in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors.

Given the strategic geographical location of the Philippines, surrounded by a large body of water, it gives many livelihoods for the Filipinos with abundant fisheries and aquaculture resources, with aquaculture accounting for 15.1% of the total value of production. The Aquaculture Philippines Expo will support the local fishery and aquatic sectors in the country.

Aquaculture Philippines 2023 will be attended by the market-leading local, regional and international suppliers covering all sectors of the aquaculture, fisheries, and seafood sectors.

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