Show of livestock, technologies for animal production and gamekeeping attracted nearly forty thousand visitors
Almost one thousand animals from the best Czech breeders, a broad range of technologies for animal production and offer of supplies for hunting, gamekeeping and outdoor activities. All of this was on display at the Brno Exhibition Centre from last Sunday and together with a rich conference, educational and awareness programme attracted a lot of interest from experts and the public. After two years, a concept combining the National Show of Livestock, the ANIMAL TECH fair and the National Gamekeeping Show once again reaffirmed its attractiveness. According to a preliminary estimate, this unique show was visited by more than 37,000 paying visitors over its duration of four days.
One of the exhibitions included under the "hunting stories" also tells the story of Židlochovice mouflons. Among others, there will be three mouflon trophies from Židlochovice on display, which are truly world-class and worth saying more about.
On 12 May, we will launch the National Gamekeeping Show at the Brno Exhibition Centre; at the same time, hunting fans can also visit the ANIMAL TECH International Fair for Animal Production and the National Show of Livestock. The 2019 season starts a new concept that focuses primarily on education and awareness. Newly featured are new sideline exhibitions and a stage programme.
The basis of this year's National Gamekeeping Show are, in addition to sales stands, also educational exhibitions and programmes and emphasizing the main mission of gamekeeping, which is the care of wildlife, landscape and last but not least the maintenance of gamekeeping traditions.
The ANIMAL TECH International Fair for Animal Production had a successful premiere at the Brno Exhibition Centre in May 2017. Concurrently with it ran the National Show of Livestock, the Central European Veterinary Congress, the National Gamekeeping Show and the NATUR EXPO BRNO Fair.
For the first time, this year’s National Show of Livestock was held concurrently with the International Fair for Animal Production, ANIMAL TECH, the Fair for Sustainable Living in the Landscape, NATUR EXPO BRNO, and the National Gamekeeping Show. The focus on livestock production and landscape care enhanced the interest of professional public, which was reflected in the high footfall over the first two days when the exhibition centre welcomed close to 15 thousand people. In total, 272 firms and 900 heads of livestock were presented in an exhibition area of ca. 27,000 m2. Over four days, this unique show attracted over 30 thousand paying visitors.
Good weather, visitors' interest and official events, including the opening ceremony, were the main happening of the first day of the National Show of Livestock, the ANIMAL TECH fair, the National Gamekeeping Show and the NATUR EXPO BRNO Fair.
Livestock production is at the top level in the Czech Republic and has a high export potential. Representatives of agricultural organizations agreed on this at the beginning of all concurrently held events – the National Show of Livestock, the ANIMAL TECH and NATUR EXPO BRNO trade fairs and the National Gamekeeping Show.
The second National Gamekeeping Show will welcome not only gamekeepers and foresters but all nature-lovers to the Brno Exhibition Centre from 11-14/5/2014. Four these four days Pavilion G1 will be transformed into a place with the fragrance of the woods and offering a rich display of gamekeeping and hunting supplies. You will be able to look forward to an accompanying programme which will appeal to both professionals and the general public, not just from the Czech Republic but from Slovakia as well.