Pig World confirmed as media partner for 2018 Pig and Poultry Fair

Pig World will again be the official media partner on the pig side for the 2018 British Pig & Poultry Fair.

The event is back on May 15 and 16 at Stoneleigh Park, in Warwickshire, with more than 360 exhibitors expected, covering all aspects of pig production, from breeding and nutrition to housing, equipment and health and welfare. There will also be the usual innovation and technical forums and wider industry debate.

Pig World publisher Simon Lewis said: “The Pig and Poultry Fair is an iconic event for the industry, bringing together all the latest innovations that will make your business more robust and competitive in the years ahead.

“We are delighted to once again be the official pig media partners, bringing you all the information you need before the event to get the best out of your days there. We’ll be hosting informative sessions at the event and, of course, bringing you the best and most comprehensive coverage afterwards.”

The biennial, free-to-attend event is organised by Grandstand Stoneleigh and partnered by feed company ABN.

Event organiser Alice Bell said: “The Fair is the biggest and most important event in the industry calendar. After the 201g event, 92% of visitors rated it as valuable to their business – it really is a couple of days not to be missed.

“If you have a product or service for pig producers, you need to be at the Fair. But hurry as stand space is selling out quickly with over 75% already booked. You can phone 02476 858 284 to secure your stand.”

For more information about the Fair, please visit www.pigandpoultry.org.uk

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Editor of Pig World and contributor to LBM’s other farming publications. Also National Pig Association webmaster. Formerly political editor at Farmers Guardian for many years. Enjoy a bit of media punditry. Brought up on a Leicestershire farm. Work from a shed in the garden in Oxfordshire. Under-9 football coach and big fan of Leicester City and Leicester Tigers. Occasional cricketer.