June 23, 2016
Leman China Swine Conference to welcome 3,500 visitors in 2016 edition

The fifth Leman China Swine Conference will be held on October 16-18, in Nanjing, China, and expected to attract 3,500 visitors.


It's organised by the Universitry of Minnesota and supported by the Nanjing government, US Grains Council, Chinese Veterinary Medical Association and Jinlin University.


The University of Minnesota Allen D. Leman Swine Conference is the world's largest annual educational event for the global swine industry, with a 31-year of history. It is internationally recognised for bringing science-driven solutions to complex challenges facing the industry.


In 2012, the Leman China Swine Conference debuted in China, and in just four years, it has drawn significant attendance from the Chinese and world pig industry. Attendance of the conference grows 50% annually from the first year's 650 to 2,734 in the third year with over 94.5% satisfaction rate. Participants are from more than 20 countries including China, US, Canada, Denmark, France, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Singapore, Spain, and Thailand. The conference brings together expertise in swine production, veterinary medicine, animal health, feed and nutrition, and industrial related services. It is considered one of the most valuable conferences in the pig industry.


While ensuring a high level of quality for conference contents, the event is also organised along with the World Swine Industry Expo which provides a valuable experience for participating companies through a larger exhibition area and extended exhibition time. With over 25,000㎡, the Expo will serve as an industry platform for domestic and foreign enterprises to exchange information, promote new applied technology and products, and explore business opportunities. It is expected to welcome more than 30,000 visitors. 


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