World Pork Expo Headed to Des Moines

World Pork Expo Headed to Des Moines

The 2018 World Pork Expo marks its 30th anniversary by presenting the world’s largest pork-specific trade show with more exhibit space and featuring more U.S. and international companies than ever before. Brought to you by the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC), the 2018 World Pork Expo will be held June 6-8 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa.

Each year, 20,000 pork producers, their employees and other professionals attend World Pork Expo to experience three days of innovation, education and networking. Along with browsing hundreds of trade show exhibits, attendees can take part in educational seminars covering updates on issues that affect their businesses, new production and management practices, and the latest research. NPPC also offers two unique tours for those who want to experience U.S. agriculture prior to World Pork Expo.

More information and registration can be found at www.worldpork.org.

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