- Product categorie: 24.10 Federations, associations, the state administration in agriculture
EuroTier will be held from 13 to 16 November 2018 in Hanover, Germany. The last event attracted over 2,600 exhibitors and a record number of 163,000 visitors. EuroTier is the world’s leading platform and an ideal opportunity for presenting your innovations. Four gold medals and 21 silver medals were awarded 2016 to outstanding products from a total of 250 products that were submitted to the DLG innovations programme for assessment by our Independent experts committee. EuroTier will also include EnergyDecentral, the international trade fair for innovative energy supply with 360 specialized exhibitors. The organizer of EuroTier is DLG - the leading organization in agriculture, agribusiness and the food sector. As a professional voice of the branch, it increases expert knowledge, promotes technology and know-how transfer, sets and safeguards quality standards. EuroTier is the world’s leading platform and an ideal opportunity for presenting your innovations. The show programme: > Breeding animals, breeding programmes, trade, reproduction technology > Feed and other farm inputs > Feed storage, feed production > Animal housing and shed construction > Livestock management and feeding technology > Climate control and environmental technology > Milking and cooling technology > Dung, solid manure and slurry technology > Transport vehicles & services > Processing and marketing > Equipment and accessories > Management and consultancy > Bioenergy and decentralized energy supply
Energy and animal husbandry are closely related. In 2016, more than 31,200 trade visitors demonstrated a specifi c interest in this market. More than 360 specialist exhibitors attended EnergyDecentral and another 200 animal husbandry companies presented energy- related products and services. www.energy-decentral.com
Leading event for crop farmers takes place from 12 to 14 June 2018 at the DLG’s International Crop Production Center at Bernburg, Germany – More than 300 companies, associations and institutions from throughout Germany and neighboring countries taking part. The DLG-Feldtage 2018 will take place under the theme "Crop production 2030”. The focus is on productivity, innovations and strategies. Exhibitors at the event will present their pioneering developments in processes, technologies and resources that will enable sustainable increases in output from crop production. The trade fair recognizes that productivity and the responsible use of resources are key to crop production’s long-term profitability. The focus, therefore, is on innovative farming strategies that bring together vigorous and healthy plant varieties, efficient equipment and processes, and the integration of new technologies. Increasingly, this means the use of digital tools to increase the precision of tillage operations and optimize the ordering of inputs, fertilization and plant protection regimes, and harvesting. Increasing the efficiency of farm logistics operations is also possible. New precision farming techniques, that use a variety of sensors to monitor field and plant conditions, mean that it is now possible to employ site-specific treatments so that soil structure and fertility is increased, losses are minimized and yields are increased. At the same time, this targeted management technique recognizes the importance of fields and meadows as valuable habitats for flora and fauna. Various machinery demonstrations will take place during DLG-Feldtage 2018, including the special feature "Efficient application of slurry and digestate”. There will also be an international crop comparison trials for winter wheat and eco-quality wheat, an "Organic Farming" special feature, and lectures and discussions on current agronomic issues to complement the range of products and services presented by this year’s exhibitors.
The DLG Academy offers a broad range of seminars, workshops and training courses for agriculture and agribusiness. Topics include Business management, arable farming, livestock husbandry, renewable energies, sustainability, sales and marketing and fi nancial advice. www.DLG-Akademie.de DLG regularly publishes studies, surveys and trend monitors to highlight current trends in farming and agribusiness. These include the DLG Trendmonitor Europe, which provides a comprehensive picture of the economic climate, willingness to invest and latest trends in Europe’s leading agricultural countries. The ‘Agrifuture Insights’ project provides the latest information about global trends in machinery and the management of international agriculture. The DLG Sustainability Report regularly publishes key indicators relating to ecology, economy and social responsibility and an aggregated sustainability index.
Investment decisions on new agricultural machinery or farm inputs should always be based on hard data and facts. For more than 130 years, DLG has therefore been testing agricultural machinery, equipment and farm inputs. The DLG Test Center Technology and Farm Inputs with its tests in the fields of vehicle technology, indoor and field operations, farm inputs as well as machinery and equipment for forestry, municipal and horticultural applications, is one of the world’s most important testing organizations. The Test Center in Gross-Umstadt (Germany) provides practitioners with information that is an important decision-making tool for investments and practical use. Its more than 4,000 test reports and test results provide farmers with clear guidance – regarding agricultural machinery and equipment as well as compound feeds, silage additives, fertilizer lime, cleaning and disinfecting agents or udder hygiene products. The methods and test profiles are practice-oriented, independent of the manufacturers and developed by neutral Test Commissions. They are based on state-of-the-art measuring techniques and test equipment and take international standards and norms into account.
Founded by the writer, painter and engineer Max Eyth in 1885 and with over 27,000 members, DLG is today one of the leading organizations in agriculture, agribusiness and the food sector. DLG is a politically independent body with an extensive international network. It is open to anyone with an interest in the fields of agriculture and food production. DLG drives scientific and technical innovation in crop production, agricultural machinery and animal husbandry, as well as in the food producing and food technology sector. As an open network and professional voice of agriculture, agribusiness and the food sector, our aim is to increase expert knowledge, promote technology and knowledge transfer to a broad community, as well as to set and safeguard quality standards. We promote dialogue between academia, farmers and the wider public across disciplines and national borders. As an open, international network, we develop future-proof solutions for the challenges facing the sectors. We work together with experts – farmers, academics, consultants, and administration and policy pecialists. We host worldleading trade fairs and events on crop production, animal husbandry, agricultural and forestry machinery, energy supply and food technology. We conduct quality tests on food, agricultural machinery and farm inputs. These activities combine with our in-depth research work by various working groups to bring new ideas into practical work. Our aim is to promote innovation in agriculture, agribusiness and the food sector by transferring knowledge, quality and technology and in this way make a sustained contribution to safeguarding living standards around the globe. As an independent organization, DLG offers ist members a forum for sharing knowledge and has been an important source of information and innovation driver since it was established in 1885. Join the international DLG network. We provide direction, offer new perspectives and give your issues a voice to shape the future of agriculture, agribusiness and the food sector together with you.