CAHE 2013 to showcase the best of livestock industry

caaaThe CAAA will host CAHE 2013 at Wuhan International Expo Centre from 18-20 May 2013. (Image source: CAAA)The China Animal Agriculture Association (CAAA) is preparing to host the 11th edition of China Animal Husbandry Expo (CAHE) in May, showcasing the latest products and services in the livestock market around the world

The forth bio-energy summit this year is another special attraction at the expo. The CAAA will host CAHE 2013 at Wuhan International Expo Centre from 18-20 May 2013. The show has remained a must-event for professionals involved in livestock production and feed industry since the first edition of CAHE which was held in May 2003.

The show will showcase specialised livestock production techniques for pig, poultry, beef, cattle, sheep, grass, machinery and animal health. 

CAHE 2012 was successfully held at Nanjing International EXPO Centre from 18-20 May 2012. With 1,240 exhibitors, as well as the exhibition floor space more than 70,000 sq m, CAHE 2012 established itself as one of Asia’s largest animal husbandry expo.

More than 100 pig farms and top 80 poultry farms (including broiler, layer, waterfowl) are expected to participate in the 2013 chapter of the exhibition. CAHE 2013 will see CAAA hold professional forums and social activities for visitors from China and abroad. The topics will focus on pigs, poultry, feed and equipment.

During the expo, CAAA will cooperate with the media to hold special days dedicated to particular livestock categories to attract more visitors to the show. Attendees will be given the opportunity to join the activities and win prizes and lucky draws.

CAHE will also feature shows like China Animal Products Fair and Bio-energy Show which will have focuses relevant to the particular sectors and portray the connection of each sector on the other. 

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