Day 2 – Thursday, October 25th

Conference Humans and Animals – One Health The responsible use of veterinary medicines: the AISA challenge 9.30 am – Guarneri del Gesù Conference Room Topics: Antibiotic resistance Responsible use of veterinary medicines Human-animal relationships Intervention: Arianna Bolla, President of Aisa and representatives of Confindustria, Ministero delle Politiche Agricole, Ministero della Salute, Sivar, Medicina Veterinaria Pubblica […]

Enne Effe Boumatic: Innovation In Livestock Breeding At Your Fingertips

Enne Effe BouMatic is ready to present at Cremona International Livestock Exhibitions a new range of systems for livestock management capable to innovate livestock farms in a step-by-step and integrative way. Sometimes, breeders are very hesitant as to investments for innovation since they are afraid of the need of designing from the ground up their […]

Commission offers further support to European farmers dealing with droughts

The ongoing and prolonged drought situation in several EU countries is affecting the production of arable crops and animal feed, which could have an impact on farmer income, increase their input costs and potentially give rise to an animal welfare issues, if there is a shortage of fodder later in the year. Commissioner for agriculture, […]

Towards the Agrinnovation Summit: Cremona, capital city of digital innovation

Day after day, Cremona is becoming the capital city of technological innovation for the agro-livestock sector. Soon, partners and programmes of the Agrinnovation Summit will be revealed. The event, taking place for the first time in the framework of Cremona International Livestock Exhibitions (October 24th – 27th, 2018 – Cremona Exhibition Centre), will involve some […]

Commission to show flexibility on CAP payments application deadline

EU countries that wish to extend the deadline for farmers to submit their applications for direct payments and certain payment claims under rural development will be allowed to do so, Commissioner Phil Hogan has confirmed. Several member states had requested the extension of the deadline as a result of delays in restructuring their administration of […]

Hogan: Protecting small farmers my top priority in EU budget negotiations

EU Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural Development Phil Hogan stated that his top priority in the ongoing EU budget negotiation is “protecting the small and medium sized farmer who remains the backbone of Europe’s food production and rural communities”. Ahead of a Citizens’ Dialogue with 400 farmers in Kilkenny City, co-organised by the IFA and […]

Commission proposes increase to national cap for agricultural state aid

The European Commission is proposing changes to the rules governing state aid in the agriculture sector, increasing the amount that national authorities can use to support farmers without the need for prior approval. The proposal – to increase the maximum aid amount from €15,000 to €25,000 over three years per farm holding – is a […]

CremonaFiere for Innovation and Development: know-how and solutions for agro-livestock 4.0 come together at Cremona Agrinnovation Summit

Italiano Français Deutsch Pусский The groundbreaking event involving sector professionals, enterpreneurs, researchers and suppliers of innovative technological solutions will debut at Cremona International Livestock Exhibitions 2018. CremonaFiere: “Digital farming can lead to a remarkable improvement in product quality and cost-benefit ratio. Cremona Agrinnovation Summit will provide a comprehensive overview on the latest innovation opportunities”. Cremona [...]