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National Poultry Show

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National Poultry Show

Time: April 3, 2019 at 9am to April 4, 2019 at 4pm
Location: Western Fair District Agriplex
Street: 845 Florence St.
City/Town: London, ON N5W 6G6
Website or Map: https://www.westernfairdistri…
Phone: 519-438-7203
Event Type: poultry, show
Organized By: Poultry Industry Council
Latest Activity: Mar 5

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Event Description

The show leads the industry with over 100,000 square feet of exhibit space and 190+ exhibitors, as it continues to provide companies with an opportunity to display the latest in the poultry industry, equipment and feed

What you will get

  • Opportunities to research and talk with new suppliers
  • Industry experts, with a wealth of knowledge and experience
  • An opportunity to re-connect with friends, neighbours and businesses
  • Interactive & educational seminars, focusing on what’s new and changing in the Poultry Industry, presented by the Poultry Industry Council
  • Also have an exciting new interactive exhibitor layout, which we invite you to look at to plan who you are going to visit when you arrive at the show
  • Be sure to follow on social media #NatPoultryShow

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