15 January 2020
We will be exhibiting our products and sharing our expertise at Dairy-Tech in Coventry on 5th February.

Dairy-Tech is an event tailored for the new generation of dairy farmer, manager and technician. The event will provide the necessary environment for any dairy professional to gain the exposure they need to the latest gadgets, tools, science, skills, products, services, methods and advice, to increase the sustainability and profitability of their dairy business.

Due to the transformation in the dairy industry over recent years it is becoming increasingly apparent that farmers need to be competitive. Following the success of the previous event, Dairy-Tech 2020 will showcase a fresh show that recognises the pressing needs of the modern dairy professional, allowing them to gain maximum exposure to new and exciting industry innovations relevant to their business.

The event will host top international speakers who will reflect on how other countries overcome potential problems and how UK dairy farmers can apply this knowledge. There will be interactive product testing and practical demonstrations, including innovations that are yet to be widely applied and adopted in this country’s dairy farming practice. Visitors will also be able to broaden their knowledge of the industry at technical seminars and industry debates, both of which will be a prominent feature at Dairy-Tech.

To ensure visitors utilise their time at Dairy-Tech the event will be comprised of four key areas including; science, technology and innovation; business efficiencies; practical solutions and a machinery and innovation hall. Dairy-Tech is a unique event concept within the industry and is aimed to drive business profitability through performance, innovation and technology.

The event is being held at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry, CV8 2LG, from 8am – 5.30pm. Evans Vanodine will be on Stand P8a, so please come down and see, to discuss all your dairy hygiene requirements.

To find out more about the event and to get tickets, visit their website HERE

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