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BUSINESS PROGRAMME 2023
BUSINESS PROGRAMME 2022
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Events of AGROS 2023 will be listed here shortly.

The programme in 2023, as always, will be useful and rich: 40+ events have already been planned; they will be focused on the most acute problems of the industry and aimed at finding solutions to them.

The situation in the industry has a great influence on topics choice, therefore, as part of the business program, it is planned to discuss new challenges and opportunities for business.

The main industry unions (National Union of Beef Producers, National Pig Producers Union, National Milk Producers Union – Souzmoloko, National Poultry Producers Union), associations, leading institutions, and large companies have already confirmed their status of programme events organizers. Some 50 events and 300 speakers are expected.
    "SUSTAINABLE
    AGRICULTURE"
    is the key topic of AGROS-2022 business programme.

    Sustainable development strategy, its economical, sociological and ecological aspects, and questions of risks minimisation especially in the livestock sector were discussed in the framework of the programme.

    Particular attention was paid to:

    • Implementation of advanced technologies for production of healthy and safe food;
    • Increasing the efficiency of the industry while reducing its ecological footprint;
    • Animal welfare;
    • Ensuring of social stability of rural areas.

    The Institute for Agricultural Research, National Research University Higher School of Economics, "German-Russian agrarian-political dialogue", the Center for the Study of the Dairy Market and IA DairyNews, the Natural Beekeeping Association all dedicated their events to the main topic.

    51 events run within the framework of AGROS-2022 business programme. The main events were organised by leading industry unions: National Union of Beef Producers, National Pig Producers Union, National Milk Producers Union – Souzmoloko, National Poultry Producers Union, and the National Organic Union.

    The departments of Agricultural Development and Veterinary Medicine of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation hold their own conferences and seminars.

    An extensive list of program topics included events on dairy husbandry, beef cattle production, poultry and pig production, organic animal production, aquaculture, beekeeping, agricultural cooperation, and decentralized energy supply. A series of events run for veterinary medicine, feed production, care and keeping of animals.

    The events of the last day of the show (Federal Farmers' Forum) were of top interest for farmers and SME representatives.