Complete information programme covering all aspects of modern animal husbandry
EuroTier 2010 with its comprehensive information programme covering all aspects of modern animal husbandry will be an indispensable source of information for farmers. All leading manufacturers and suppliers from the pig and cattle sectors will be represented in Hanover. The range of exhibits in the cattle sector especially is higher than ever before. All the global market leaders in the field of machinery and equipment for milking and cooling are represented. The cattle breeding segment will also make as good showing with the major national and international cattle breeding organisations. Moreover EuroTier 2010 has also registered excellent exhibitor participation for the pig specialist sector. All the renowned companies and organisations from home and abroad will be presenting their products at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover. By comparison with previous years stand bookings also show encouraging growth in the exhibition sectors of feedstuffs, animal health and veterinarian medicines and other farm inputs. A visit to EuroTier 2010 is a must for professional animal husbandry farmers from Europe. Not only farmers from Germany, but also many of their colleagues from all over Europe will use EuroTier as an outstanding source of information to make themselves fit for the future and gain a head start in the information stakes.
EuroTier – global innovations showcase
EuroTier is the world’s innovation showcase for machinery, installations und farm inputs for professional animal husbandry. For years now manufacturers have been orienting their innovation cycles to EuroTier in Hanover and exhibiting their innovations for the international markets there. An impartial and international Commission of Experts appointed by the DLG will again select EuroTier Innovations on the basis of strict criteria from among the new products submitted by exhibitors and award Gold and Silver Medals. An attractive Innovations Magazine will provide detailed information about the the Gold and Silver Medal winners and at the same time list all the products submitted to the DLG for EuroTier and satisfying the innovations criteria. The EuroTier Innovations Magazine thus offers an outstanding overview of the range of innovations on the market for the year 2011 and provides an outlook covering developments in the individual segments of professional animal husbandry. The Innovations Magazine is published at the end of October as a supplement of the DLG magazine “DLG-Mitteilungen”. Visitors to the exhibition can pick up a copy free of charge at the DLG stands at EuroTier. An Innovations Magazine is also being produced for the international experts. It will be published in English by the DLG in cooperation with a leading Dutch publisher under the title "EuroTier Innovations". This magazine too will be available free of charge at the exhibition. The List of Innovations with details of all new products classified as company innovations and those selected as Gold and Silver Medal winners will also be posted on the Internet at www.eurotier.de as of the beginning of October. The innovations will be presented in detail with text and picture contributions in a number of different languages.
Special “Sow well-being – in group housing” will set signals
As of 1 January 2013 all pregnant sows in the EU must be kept in groups. That is why sow farmers have a great need for investments and information in the intervening period. New buildings already have to satisfy the new requirements made of sow keeping. BFL - an organisation devoted to promoting agricultural building construction and optimising livestock management conditions (Bauförderung Landwirtschaft ) is joining the DLG in addressing this topical issue and will be showing various solutions for the new management methods in a Special “Sow well-being - in group housing” on a 500 m2 exhibition stand at EuroTier 2010. Acknowledged experts will be available at the Special to answer visitors’ questions. With this outstanding information forum the Special will set signals and be highly welcomed by international sow farmers.