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20 March 2019 | Online since 2003

Beef Expo 2019



The 2019 NBA Beef Expo will be held at North West Auctions, J36 Rural Auction Centre, Milnthorpe, Cumbria. The annual highlight of the beef industry calendar is due to take place on Thursday 23rd May. Bringing together the very best in British commercial and pedigree cattle, equipment, ground-breaking developments, and show classes for everyone involved in the industry, NBA Beef Expo is a celebration and exploration of everything British Beef has to offer.
 
The NBA Beef Expo is considered a major showcase for pedigree and commercial breed societies who want to promote the quality of their cattle. Thanks to this, the NBA Beef Expo displays some of the finest examples of British breeding anywhere in the UK.  Farmers, exhibitors, agricultural companies and interested members of the public also use the annual event to network, do business and share knowledge, as well as seeing the crème de la crème of British beef cattle.
 
Over the years the NBA Beef Expo has become a highlight in the beef farming calendar. Representing all the industry has to offer in terms of new developments, breeding expertise and celebrating the work of all beef farmers across the UK regardless of breed or method. The event attracts experts and industry leaders looking to educate both the farming community and the public, encouraging respect and innovation from all corners of the market. 
 
 
The voice of the British Beef Industry.
The NBA is a charitable organisation with a key focus of representing beef farmers in policy. We work closely with ministers in Westminster and the devolved administrations to ensure that the beef sector is represented. Over the show week you can join the NBA for just £50 in our show week deal (RRP £75). For less than £1 a week, know someone is fighting your corner in policy.
 
The NBA aims to:
  • Identify and promote highest possible levels of best practice throughout the production chain
  • Achieve a return that allows quality welfare and standards in the chain to rise
  • Raise cattle health standards in the UK
  • Develop beef eating and health benefits to consumers
  • Improve and widen the scope of beef labelling for the benefits of consumers
  • Identify and promote the environmental benefits where appropriate of grazing cattle
  • Maintain beef cattle in the uplands and the communities and landscapes that they sustain
  • Relief of hardship of beef farmers and their employees
For more information visit the National Beef Association website at www.nationalbeefassociation.com