Fieragricola has been inaugurated and is expected to attract thousands of visitors from all over the globe. The event, going on until Saturday, February 3 at VeronaFiere, showcases the latest advancements in agricultural technology, machinery, and products, providing a platform for industry professionals to network and explore business opportunities. With a wide range of exhibitions, conferences, and demonstrations, Fieragricola 2024 offers a comprehensive overview of the agricultural sector and its potential for growth and innovation.

During the four-day event, 140 conferences will be held on topics ranging from artificial intelligence to robots and high-tech, modern agriculture, supply chain management, and product origin and quality certification. Fieragricola also offers climate change forums to its stakeholders, who include farmers, breeders, contractors, veterinarians, agricultural supply chain operators, and students.

Fieragricola is confirmed as an international showcase, with exhibitors from 20 countries (Austria, Czech Republic, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, the United Kingdom, Slovenia, Spain, the United States, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and Hungary) and delegations of foreign buyers coming from Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, Kazakhstan, Kenya, North Macedonia, Mozambique, Pakistan, Poland, the Czech Republic, Senegal, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, Hungary, and Uzbekistan.

Competitions and awards at Fieragricola

Major livestock competitions are confirmed in the ring set up in Hall 10. Fieragricola will host the 22nd edition of the European Open Holstein, Red Holstein & Jersey Show, featuring the best dairy cows of the Holstein, Red Holstein, and Jersey breeds from Italy and Europe.

The 54th National Italian Brown Breed Show will also take place in the Veronafiere ring, as will the competition of the OB-Original Brown strain. Fieragricola will also serve as the venue for the presentation of significant awards by some of the publishing companies that have been telling the story, evolution, and possibilities of agriculture for decades. In fact, the “Breeder of the Year 2023” honors will be given in Verona in the categories of dairy cattle, beef cattle, and pigs, as well as the “Contractor of the Year 2023” for the young categories of diversification, innovation, precision farming, and women.