The Italian Pig Breeding Show is a precious opportunity of professional discussion and business development for pig breeders. Italpig has become an important reference point for all the professionals of the sector. Here in Cremona, they can find new solutions for their breeding farms along with the latest technological innovations and important updating activities.
The rich specialized events programme cured by CremonaFiere offers a complete overview of the sector analyzing both present trends and future perspectives of pig farming in Italy and in the world. Conferences, seminars and workshops are organized in cooperation with the most qualified associations of the sector that choose the Exhibition in Cremona to present new projects and initiatives. Among the discussed topics:
- environmental compatibility and animal health
- investment opportunities abroad
- vaccinations and biosafety
- production diversification
- disease impact on productivity
- pig feeding
- pig leg requalification
- new tax legislation
The Show extends around the Italpig Forum, pulsing art of the exhibition area dedicated to the pig sector. It is a true “Agorà” aimed at favouring meeting and contacts among the professionals of the sector. At the same time, the Special Areas Bio Village and Techno Village offer the opportunity to explore key issues of the sector and to discuss the latest innovations in terms of organic farming and precision breeding. Italpig Exhibitors can profit from a dedicated area to explain their activity and to present the most innovative products and services. Would you like to introduce a case-history? Take the floor with a workshop!
Cremona International Livestock Exhibitions are the only specialized agro-livestock Exhibition in Italy and one of the most influential at global level. 2016 edition involved:
The Italian Pig Breeding Show takes place in the area with the highest concentration of large breeding farms and processing industries. Cremona is right at the heart of the major European agro-livestock system producing 80% of Italian pig meat.
The pig breeding sector has been registering positive results over the last months: quotations are rising and slaughter pig prices have increased significantly after the very difficult situation of 2015. Even if it is rather premature to talk about a definitive recovery, Italian pig farming shows positive signs. According to Ismea figures, the EU market confirms this positive trend: production will increase by 5.2% in the next 10 years and consumption will register a 8.6% growth. The EU exports of pig meat products have reached the record value of 2.4 million tons in the first seven months of 2016, that is 4.4 billion euros value and a 36.7% volume increase in comparison to 2015. In Italy, the agricultural stage of the sector is worth 3 billion euros while the cured meat industry has a turnover of 8 billions.