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British Pig & Poultry Fair 2016 Opens to New Exhibitors

UK - Exhibitor bookings for next year’s British Pig & Poultry Fair are already flooding in, and will be open to new exhibitors from 1 August.
calendar icon 17 July 2015
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The biennial event returns to the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire on 10-11 May 2016, and will be themed around innovation and technology, helping pig and poultry producers to harness the tools and ideas required to drive their businesses forward.

“Last year’s event was such a success that over 50 per cent of exhibitors have already rebooked their stand space for 2016,” says Alice Bell, Head of Technical Events at Grandstand Stoneleigh Events.

“More than 93 per cent of the 10,318 visitors rated the Fair as good or excellent, and said it was valuable for their business, while 98 per cent of exhibitors met all of their objectives last year – it’s an event that really delivers for the whole industry.”

The RASE event, which is partnered by ABN, includes cutting edge technology and advice ranging from animal health and genetics to nutrition, housing, processing and marketing, across the pig and poultry sectors.

“More than 70 per cent of visitors intended to make changes to their business following last year’s event,” said Daniel Johnson, ABN National Sales Manager Poultry & Game.

“It really is a unique chance to see the latest new equipment and services from over 320 exhibitors, gather advice and network with other producers.”

The Fair is free for visitors to attend and will host a new Energy Zone for 2016, allowing producers to find on-farm energy generation exhibitors conveniently located together.

For more information about the Fair visit

The British Pig & Poultry Fair 2016 will be open for new trade stand bookings from 1 August. Please call us on 02476 858 284 to discuss your requirements.

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