SPACE : the international exhibition for animal production

SPACE, 11-14 September 2018, Rennes - France
When:
11 September 2018 @ 09:00 – 14 September 2018 @ 17:00
2018-09-11T09:00:00+02:00
2018-09-14T17:00:00+02:00
Where:
Exhibition Centre of Rennes Airport
Saint Jacques de la Lande
Cost:
See organizer's website
SPACE : the international exhibition for animal production @ Exhibition Centre of Rennes Airport

Thanks to its location, its strong industry roots and its international reach, SPACE is the highlight international event for professionals across all areas of animal production : cattle (dairy & meat), pigs, poultry, sheeps, goats, rabbits.

In 2017, SPACE hosted 1,443 exhibitors including 498 international attendees from 41 countries and almost 115,000 professional visitors including 14,000 visitors from 128 countries.

Meet us at the international club !

 

Space 2018, a major event in the farming sector, unveiled

This year, Space will focus on the social aspect of agriculture, in particular through innovation, which will be demonstrated as you walk along the aisles with 1,280 exhibitors, as well as the ‘Space for tomorrow’ platform dedicated to innovation at the service of working conditions. The aim is provide farmers with solutions, whether they are related to equipment, new practices or delegation. In terms of equipment, solutions such as pig lifts, a smart silo unloader, a hen house washing robot will be unveiled.

High quality animal presentations are also part of the trade’s attractiveness. This year, the Parthenaise breed will host a national contest at the Space, with 80 animals present. In the sheep segment, the Roussin breed will also host a national contest. This year, the trade show organisers wished to highlight ‘a central subject: the health excellence of our breeding sectors’, in conjunction with GDS Bretagne. The topic will be raised during a conference with European animal health experts and in conjunction with the ARS (Association régionale de santé). 

Other themes such as the drastic changes in farms – societal, environmental, the Common Agricultural Policy, general assemblies – will also be addressed. The focal point will be the issue of giving back added value to farmers. In 2017, 114,700 visitors came to the trade show, 14,000 of them were internationals from 128 countries.

Source : Paysan Breton – 31/05/2018