Education — there’s so much to learn from fellow producers and industry professionals.
Innovation — experience exciting new products and services at the trade show.
Networking — develop new, and strengthen existing, industry relationships.
Legacy — voice your concerns directly to National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) representatives to help guide industry policy and support the current and future generations of pork producers.
Family fun — there’s always plenty for everyone to do at World Pork Expo and in the Des Moines area!
Attendees may register online by June 1 to receive a $10 discount per adult.
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Make plans to attend World Pork Expo. With the world’s largest pork industry-specific trade show, educational seminars and industry updates. World Pork Expo is your connection to education, innovation and networking!
For visitors who want a further glimpse into U.S. agriculture, NPPC will offer the following tours in conjunction with the 2017 World Pork Expo. Producers from around the world can get a first-hand look at Midwestern agriculture and experience grassroots hospitality as part of these tours.
Midwest Agriculture Tour
This two-day tour features a broad agricultural overview, from crop and pork production to farm equipment and shipping.
Iowa Agribusiness Tour
This one-day tour highlights agribusiness in central Iowa.
Hundreds of commercial exhibitors will display the latest pork production technologies, products and services at the World Pork Expo trade show from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on June 7-8, and 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. on June 9. You never know what exciting new things you might find!
On Wednesday, June 7, golf enthusiasts will take part in the World Pork Open and compete for special prizes. It’s always a great time and a fantastic way to cultivate new and existing industry relationships! Everyone is welcome to participate and may sign up individually or as a foursome.
NPPC is committed to maintaining strict biosecurity protocols that can help prevent disease. We remind Expo attendees to observe appropriate biosecurity practices, including wearing clean clothing and shoes that have not been inside a pork-production facility.