The 31st edition of the SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE will be held from the 4th to 7th October 2022 in Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Over 1,500 exhibitors, 2,000 animals and almost 100,000 farming industry visitors are expected at this event, recognised as being one of the biggest livestock shows in the world.
The SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE is a not-to-be-missed event for farmers and agri-related industries. It has, over the years, built a solid reputation for the quality of the animals on show, selected for their high genetic value, including beef and dairy cattle, sheep and horses. In total, more than 70 breeds can be found at the SOMMET in judging or on show, the finest in French livestock genetics.
Over the years, the SOMMET has established an international reputation as being resolutely turned to foreign markets and visitors. This year, that will feature Mongolia as the guest of honour, should see a marked return of many foreign visitors to the show’s aisles.
We must not overlook either that the SOMMET is also a showcase offering a comprehensive product and service offer for every sector of livestock production and farming, and it’s a recognised international business forum (over 100,000 sales transactions on average are signed each year during the show), plus a rich source of information with 70 conferences and symposiums proposed during the 4 days of the show, covering the hot topics in agriculture and the latest farming news.
With 5 months to go before the opening of the SOMMET, Jacques Chazalet, President of the show, gives his impressions: “7 months after the last show, the satisfaction and feeling are the same as ever. The SOMMET is now recognised as the not-to-be-missed annual farm show! A record number of exhibitors and visitors are expected this year. To date, we are almost fully booked in terms of stand bookings. Our objective of 1,500 exhibitors should be reached for this new edition of the show.”
Far more than just a trade forum, the SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE is also a fantastic opportunity to highlight all the issues at stake in agriculture.
And the SOMMET intends becoming the world forum for sustainable livestock farming for the next decade.
More info: www.sommet-elevage.fr