The International Livestock Fairs of Cremona are back
“The dairy sector is undoubtedly one of the main assets for the agrifood sector of our country”, affirms Massimo De Bellis, director of CremonaFiere, “and although having withstood the shock wave of the global pandemic and the cheese export signals are encouraging, companies operating in the sector need their work to be valued and recognized” .
And the rich program of events organized within the framework of the International Livestock Fairs of Cremona, an Italian event with special emphasis on highly profitable breeding, goes in this direction. Not only to provide professional operators with the most advanced technical and scientific tools to improve their work in the company, but also to communicate directly to the consumer the great added value of one of the most important national supply chains.
âTo carry out our cultural program, we called on the collaboration of the main Italian associations and institutions in the sector, as well as the most qualified professionals and experts in agro-zootechnics. We will also have a strong institutional presence, which will testify to its support for businesses and which confirms Cremona as a national agrifood hub, âcontinues De Bellis.
Many topics covered in the 40 scheduled meetings, from environmental sustainability to process efficiency, including the strategic vision of the future and the markets. From the point of view of the technical aspects, the breeders will be able to have the most recent indications, among the many ideas on the table, on biogas and agrivoltaics, on the robots to be used in the barn, on precision breeding. and biotechnology. The focus will always be on domestic and foreign markets, with presentations on the most promising development opportunities, such as investments in Belarus. Events more focused on products and new markets will also be of great interest: the drifts of the milk market and its plant-based alternatives, for example, or âmeat without meatâ, another very topical subject.
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