International Forestry and Hunting Fair
Forestry equipment, hunting, biomass utilisation and beekeeping
The Brno Exhibition Centre will host the SILVA REGINA International Forestry and Hunting Fair and the BIOMASS Fair of Renewable Energy Sources in Agriculture and Forestry from 3 to 6 April 2022. The expo is located in Halls Z and F and in the adjacent open areas. Visitors can look forward to forestry equipment, a range of products related to hunting, energy use of biomass, boilers, a beekeeping exhibition and the complete Massey Ferguson product range. On Sunday, 3 April, the Assembly of the Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic will take place at the Exhibition Centre.
SILVA REGINA is attended by most importers and manufacturers of forestry equipment operating on the Czech and Slovak markets. Over 100 companies are exhibiting at the expo (list of exhibitors). All sectors representing the complete range of products for forest work, especially for logging and timber harvesting, are covered. Harvesters, loaders, feller bunchers, tractors including forestry attachments, winches and other equipment for timber harvesting, and chain and band saws will be exhibited. Exhibitors are also coming with machinery for primary wood processing, such as chippers and splitters. Municipal equipment will also be displayed at the stands.
The central part of Hall Z will traditionally be dedicated to hunting. Visitors will be able to buy clothing, but also guns, optics and other related products. The gamekeepers' sideline programme will take place both on the stage and in the form of exhibitions. Trophy exhibitions are inseparable from SILVA REGINA. There will be a breeders' show of the District Hunting Association Brno-City, as well as a parade of trophies from Židlochovice and Rosice and trophies from Holedná, Soutok, Bulhary, Moravský Krumlov and Klentnice.
Show of livestock, beekeeping exhibition
Educational activities aimed at broader public include a demonstration of several tens of livestock in front of Hall F or forestry tuition in Hall Z. This year's SILVA REGINA also features a beekeeping exhibition with the sale of honey and other bee products and the sale of farm and regional groceries.
Energy use of biomass
BIOMASS will focus mainly on the processing of wood mass for energy purposes. Boilers or biogas plant equipment will also be on display.
Groups and individuals can benefit from a cheaper admission fee. Group visits (bus tours) have a reduced admission fee (CZK 100) from Sunday to Tuesday, and they enter for free on Wednesday. For individual visitors, the best ticket purchase is via the website for CZK 140. The Exhibition Centre is open daily from 9am to 6pm, and to 5pm on Wednesday.