World Poultry Show - highlight at Eurotirer 2008

The International DLG Exhibition for Animal Husbandry and Management, EuroTier 2008, to be held in Hanover from 11-14 November 2008, reports record exhibitor participation from Germany and other countries.

According to the information supplied by the organiser DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft - German Agricultural Society), the best stand booking figures since the exhibition premiered in the year 1993 have already been achieved - a good nine months before the start of the exhibition.
The number of exhibitors and the floor space booked are already some 10% higher than the final results attained by the exhibition in recent years.
EuroTier Project Manager Dr Karl Schlösser reports that at the present time everything indicates that with more than 1,800 companies and organisations from all over the globe, the world's leading suppliers of equipment and machinery, farm inputs and animal breeding will be presenting innovative solutions and comprehensive information on innovations and trends at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover.
World Poultry Show - the highlight for the world's poultry branch
Participation by the poultry industry at EuroTier 2008 is unique and embraces the entire sector with its market leaders from the segments of breeding, husbandry and processing. This will make the "World Poultry Show" the highlight of the international poultry sector. Cross-species areas of the exhibition, such as feed and feed storage, animal health, or equipment and machinery for climate control, will exercise an additional drawing power on visitors from the poultry branch, who will not be able to find such extensive information at any other exhibition.
Reed Business will officially publish the EuroTier Innovations Magazine 2008. It will be the only commercial publication containing the floor plan, exhibitor list, conference information, travel & stay information.
Further information on EuroTier 2008 is available from the official EuroTier website: www.eurotier.de.
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