The World Pork Expo will take place June 6-8 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines. More than 450 commercial exhibits will be on display, as well breeding stock sales taking place. There will also be eight business seminars featuring the latest in nutrition, herd health, manure management and price risk. During free business luncheons on both Wednesday and Thursday, there will be speakers discussing weather and economic outlooks.
There will be more than 450 commercial exhibits on display and breeding stock sales will continue on Saturday morning until about noon. Additional information is available on the World Pork Expo’s Facebook and Twitter.
“The best advice I can share regarding World Pork Expo is to carve out more than just one day to take it all in,” says R.C. Hunt, president, NPPC, from Wilson, N.C. “Before and after continuing your education at business seminars, you’ll see the very latest technology on display in the trade show. Add in great food and hospitality, and you’ll have a first-rate experience along with outstanding ideas to take back home.”
For details about seminars that will be held, go to the World Pork Expo website. Also, free business-seminar luncheons will be offered on both Wednesday and Thursday at noon, courtesy of the Pork Checkoff. Perspectives on the weather outlook and economic outlook will be given at the luncheons.
Source: World Pork Expo