From the 1st to 3rd of February, 2019 the Garda Exhibition Centre in Montichiari (BS) will host the 91sth edition of the Agricultural Farming Exhibition.
Gruppo Carli will exhibit at the EuroTier 2018 in Hanover, Germany, and will be happy to welcome guests in the booth location n. A37 Hall 20 to illustrate its range of forage and bedding.
Gruppo Carli will attend the second edition of Agro Oman, happy to present its natural forage and bedding, entirely produced in Italy.
You are welcome at the booth n. 5 at HALL 5, in the Italian Area.
To obtain an appropriate diet for dairy cattle it is necessary to individuate the real nutritional value of the feed employed in the farm.
Knowing this allows to use the most suitable forage for lactating bovines, dry cows and animals in growing phase.
On March 18 and 19, GRUPPO CARLI will exhibit for the first time at KIAFE Kuwait, happy to welcome visitors at their booth at HALL 4! Welcome to our booth to learn more about Italian alfalfa and forage!
Organized under the patronage of the Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries Wealth, Agro Oman and Fisheries Expo will be held at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre in Muscat, from 15th to 17th of May
About 49 million laying hens, 40 million turkeys and broilers and about 8 million rabbits, 13 billion eggs and 1.7 million tons of poultry meat - this is the summary, in figures, of the Italian poultry industry.
The positive trend towards organic farming started in the last decade and it is now growing globally: the demand for organic products is steadily increasing, more and more farmers grow organic and more and more land is converted to organic farming. Result: 179 countries recorded production from organic farming in 2016!
With nearly 2,400 exhibitors spread over 240,000 m2 of exhibition space, EuroTier offers a comprehensive overview and global level on the technical innovations and genetics, and services available for animal husbandry, especially as regards the rearing of cattle.
The fiber digestibility of Italian ryegrass is high enough to replace a third of the alfalfa and corn silage in dairy diets, says Dave Combs, a University of Wisconsin dairy scientist.
“We’ve known for a long time that ryegrasses in general are very different from most other grasses,” Combs says...