We are always trying to develop and improve NutriFair, for the benefit of the whole industry. The surveys we conduct after each fair are a very important tool in this regard. See extracts from the results of our surveys here.
NUTRIFAIR TO USE AN EXTRA HALL
Things look promising for NutriFair - the trade fair for livestock producers - as MESSE C in Fredericia opens its doors to the seventh edition in january. With almost 200 exhibitors, the 16,000 m2 main hall A is fully booked, so MESSE C has decided to utilise an additional hall as part of the exhibition space. One of the elements in Hall D will be our Agro Energy section, where we are focusing on energy production, consumption and optimisation. Read more here.
NEW EXCITING FOCUS AREA
At NutriFair 2018 there will be a focus on Agro Energy. As a livestock producer, the focus is always on cost and efficiency. The cost of energy is a significant part of the operating budget, where only small optimizations can yield a markedly positive return. Likewise, investments in the potential of exploiting their production or business to self-generate energy make a significant difference to the bottom line. Read more here.
Once again in 2018, NutriFair will be the framework for meet-ups, general meetings and lectures. The opportunity to attend meetings and lectures, and to visit the stands at the fair is an attractive package for many organisations, associations, exhibitors and visitors. Several of the leading interest livestock production organisations have once again announced that they will be present at NutriFair.
The Danish Pig Producers' Association (Danske Svineproducenter) will hold their annual general meeting on the first day of the fair (17 January). The National Association of Sustainable Agriculture in Denmark (Bæredygtigt Landbrug) is also on the conference programme for NutriFair 2018, where they will be inviting their members and other interested parties to a debate meeting on 18 January.
The National Association of Danish Dairy Farmers (Landsforeningen af Danske Mælkeproducenter) will, as previously, be present with a stand at the fair, where they will hold lectures, seminars and panel discussions for their visitors and members. They invite to debate and discussion of topics related to all aspects of milk production.
There was a great amount of support from both exhibitors and visitors when MESSE C opened the doors to NutriFair 2017 on 18-19 January.
4,302 agricultural decision-makers visited the sixth edition of the trade fair for livestock producers, which is five per cent more than last year. Read the post-event press here.
2017 again featured plenty of current, thought-provoking, informative and visionary presentations at Speakers Corner. Issues such as land price developments, generational change issues, biogas production in agriculture and much more were all featured in NutriFair's agenda of 18-19 January.
One of the very popular presentations was when four young women from the “Frej” think tank presented fresh viewpoints about the food policy debate."Frej" is an independent think tank that works with food policy and which works to bring clarification to the food debate, bring together the different groups of opinion and inspire common solutions to common challenges facing society.
Ingo Waltherscheid from Wiking Meat talked about the future of pig breeding and their recent agreement with Lidl.
Philipp Trénel from the Technological Institute presented his suggestions about the use of data and technology in future livestock production.
Rikke Engelbrecht took the opportunity to present her new book “Manual for young livestock”.
At NutriFair companies that specialise in solutions and products for the livestock production industry will exhibit. The fair is an ideal window for:
Feed and additives
The animal feed industry
Ingredients for use in small-scale mills
Animal / livestock care
Articles for animals
Buildings / management
Tools / tool storage
Loose fixtures (e.g. feed troughs)
Permanent fixtures (stall, floor, etc.)
Consultancy and advice