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Pig meat of the future – new insights into Danish pig production

On 22nd and 23rd October, SEGES Danish Pig Research Centre is hosting the annual Pig Congress in Herning, Denmark. The event will bring together the entire industry for an update on the latest insights on pig production.

What do consumers expect from pig meat of the future? What more can we do to reduce carbon emissions? And what can Danish pig producers do to further reduce their antibiotic usage?

These are just some of the questions that will be addressed when SEGES Danish Pig Research Centre (Danish Agriculture & Food Council) hosts this year’s Pig Congress in Herning, Denmark on 22nd and 23rd October.

The event is primarily targeted at Danish pig producers, veterinarians and advisers, but offers a thorough insight into where the industry is heading and what opportunities lie ahead for Danish pig producers. The Congress will also be attended by foreign journalists, who wish to hear more about Danish pig production.

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In addition to a large number of interesting presentations, there will also be an opportunity to meet Denmark’s new Food Minister and hear about his ideas and priorities for the food industry, agriculture and pig production.

Check out the programme here.