UK Dairy Day launched at Telford
The one day event, at a time of year when key purchasing decisions are made for the winter, has set a target of 5,000 visitors to network with over 200 trade stands and view dairy breeds as part of the cattle show.
Ticket prices will be £18 on the day, discounted by £6 for advance purchase on an early bird discount, which includes free car parking easily accessible to the exhibition halls at The International Centre.
Commenting on the new event, Show Director Carl Smith says “We have listened to feedback from the trade over the last couple of years and identified a gap for a Midlands-located event specifically focussed on the dairy sector in the autumn. This event will fill that gap, with a focus on ‘helping increase profits’ the event will include seminars to share expertise and help farmers lead and develop their dairy businesses”.
UK Dairy Day has secured the support of two leading businesses, Cogent and NWF Agriculture, as mainline sponsors and Farmers Guardian and Holstein International as media partners.
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