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National Poultry Show

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National Poultry Show

Time: April 4, 2018 at 9am to April 5, 2018 at 5pm
Location: Western Fair District Agriplex
Street: 316 Rectory Street
City/Town: London
Website or Map: http://www.poultryindustrycou…
Phone: 5198370284
Event Type: trade, show
Organized By: Casey Riddle
Latest Activity: Feb 16

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Event Description

London Poultry Show has changed it’s name to the National Poultry Show

Same show, same location, a new name to reflect the show’s national growth.

Following the success of the 60th edition of the London Poultry Show it has been branded for 2018 as the National Poultry Show. The show, in partnership with Western Fair District and Poultry Industry Council, has been growing steadily with the past few years showing tremendous success becoming the largest show in Canada for the poultry industry.

The show has gained international recognition and support with exhibitors and industry attendees coming from across North America and from overseas. “We are proud of the success and the size of this show which just keeps getting bigger each year. The location is perfectly situated to draw attendees from Northeastern United States and from all across Canada. You owe it to yourself to make it to the April show if you want to evaluate new technology, attend the education sessions, or network with others in the poultry sector,” remarked Keith Robbins, Executive Director, Poultry Industry Council.

As the show enters its 61st year as the National Poultry Show will continue to lead the industry and bring together the latest in poultry technology, equipment and feed on April 4-5th, 2018.

Exhibitor information is now available. 

Booth Rates

1–2 booths               | $815 each +HST

3-5 booths                | $740 each + HST

6+ booths                 | $670 each +HST

Corners are an additional $75.00 + HST each

To book your exhibitor space contact the Western Fair District

Follow us @PoultryIndCou and tweet along with the hashtag #NPS18

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