AGROS 2022 will focus on Animal Husbandry and Breeding
International Livestock and Poultry Exhibition ‘AGROS’ will start tomorrow at Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia
With the active participation of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, the international exhibition for animal husbandry, animal husbandry and feed production is also supported by important industry associations of the professional sector of breeding.
AGROS, organized by the subsidiary of the DLG (German Agricultural Society) in Russia “DLG RUS”, is recognized as a key event in the Russian livestock sector, which is reflected in the participation of high-level speakers: Alexei Mayorov, Chairman of the Council Federation Committee for Agricultural and Food Policy and Environmental Management; Andrey Razin, Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation; Sergey Lisovsky, Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation; and members of the Committee on Agrarian Questions and heads of industrial associations.
The thematic areas of the AGROS exhibition cover all breeding segments of professional livestock farming: Dairy and beef cattle, pig, poultry, goat and sheep production at all stages of the value chain.
At AGROS 2022, 352 exhibiting companies from 26 countries will present modern equipment and machinery for livestock breeding and feeding, fodder production and fodder supply, as well as genetics, animal feed and food additives, veterinary and hygiene products. More than 60 companies will participate in these expanded exhibition spaces, which significantly expand AGROS’ offer for poultry and pig production professionals.
Over 300 expert speakers will discuss the industry’s most pressing issues. “Sustainable agriculture” is the theme that underpins the AGROS 2022 corporate program and is addressed in the plenary session “Sustainable agriculture in Russia. Prerequisites for transformation”, organized by the National Research University, the association “Biotech2030 Technology Platform” and DLG RUS. The business program, which consists of 51 professional events with contributions from more than 300 speakers, is designed to offer discussions of practical and applicable animal husbandry knowledge with a focus on sustainability.