Demand for stand space has been so strong for the 2016 Pig & Poultry Fair it has resulted in a 10% expansion to the floorplan. As a biennial event, exhibitors have been more enthusiastic than ever for the industry’s leading event to return in May 2016.
“There is a real buzz around this year’s fair,” event organiser Alice Bell said. “We’re thrilled to have been able to accommodate an additional 30 stands, taking us to more than 350 exhibitors for the first time.”
The fair will showcase all the latest products and innovations from a huge range of suppliers from housing to nutrition and genetics to animal health.
Producers looking to cut energy costs on farm will find a wealth of advice, technology and solutions at 2016 Pig & Poultry Fair. The event’s new Energy Zone will provide a hub for anaerobic digestion, biomass, combined heat and power, wind and photovoltaic panel solutions.
Hosting more than 30 exhibitors showcasing the latest technology, the fair is an ideal opportunity to speak to the experts and compare energy options that could work for you.
“At the Pig & Poultry Fair we constantly strive to provide the answers producers are looking for to help improve performance,” Alice Bell of the fair organising team said. “We know that renewable energy is one of the ways that leading producers are improving their margins, and would encourage anyone considering an energy investment to come along to the fair and explore the possibilities.”
The 2016 British Pig & Poultry Fair takes place on May 10 & 11 at NAEC Stoneleigh. Register now for your free ticket at: www.pigandpoultry.org.uk