Wednesday 2 February 2022
Dairy-Tech will return to Stoneleigh Park for its February 2022 event.
The Covid 19 pandemic forced the 2021 event to take the form of a virtual programme but with plans now in place for the reopening of the economy the 2022 will return in its physical form on Wednesday 2 February.
It will continue to showcase ground-breaking technology, be the platform for new product launches – introducing the latest innovation and services and deliver a wide variety of speaker sessions addressing the key topics affecting the industry.
The event will continue to be aimed at progressive dairy professionals regardless of their herd size or system type, reflecting the transformation of the sector over recent years, where it has been recognised that farmers must be competitive and able to match both their size and system to their available resources and milk contract.
Regardless of their cost base, future successful dairy businesses must be informed, resilient, proactive and efficient; Dairy-Tech provides this platform, alongside a recognition that dairy farming has become a professional industry.
Dairy-Tech will allow visitors to gain maximum exposure to new and exciting industry innovations relevant to their business, despite a large variation in cost base and system.
A return to the event’s physical format is needed more than ever after 18 months of limited contact for the industry during the pandemic. Please check the exhibitor list to see which companies will be joining us and keep an eye out for announcements on visitor information over the coming months.
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