In the capital Riyadh from 1 to 3 May 2023 under the slogan “Global Innovation for Industry.”
Sponsored by the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, the exhibition is expected to attract more than 200 companies from 37 countries, with a group of international companies and experts in poultry, feed and animal health. With the aim of expanding investment opportunities in the poultry industry and providing an ideal business platform that connects local investors with international suppliers and expert companies; Develop poultry farming in order to implement the national food security strategy.
Government agencies and institutions, associations, companies and non-profit organizations working in the livestock sector are preparing to introduce more than 500 products that enter the poultry industry supply chains, promote scientific and commercial exchange and business networking in the largest poultry markets in the Middle East and in North Africa Innovation, solutions and technologies in the poultry and production, veterinary and feed industries.
The Middle East Poultry Exhibition is the most outstanding poultry event in the Kingdom, with an international participation rate of 75%. The exhibition covers an area of about 11,000 square meters, including poultry, feed, mill, animal health and nutrition exhibitions, and also includes the largest gathering of local and international poultry experts on one business platform.
The exhibition will also be accompanied by the Poultry Knowledge Symposium, where experts from major international companies will take part in scientific lectures on the latest products and solutions that contribute to the growth and sustainability of the poultry industry.
Poultry in Saudi Arabia is one of the largest and fastest growing poultry sectors in the region as a result of growing government support for the industry, led by the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, through the provision of loans and incentives for poultry projects, as well as increasing the share of investment in this sector in cooperation with the private sector, including the launch of an expansion plan in the poultry sector, which will contribute to the transfer of about 17 billion rials until 2025, and the poultry meat self-sufficiency rate is expected to reach 80% by 2025 to ensure food security within the goals ” Kingdom Vision 2030.