Europe’s biggest livestock show returns in 2021

The French Aubrac cattle breed will hold its national championships at this year’s Sommet De L’Elevage with 400 of the breed’s best animals competing

Held in Clermont-Ferrand, in the heart of French grassland country, Sommet De L’Elevage is Europe’s leading livestock shows and makes its return in October 2021.

The show is best known for its beef competitions but also hosts dairy, sheep and heavy horse categories.

At the same time, the Sommet offers visitors a comprehensive overview of products and services for all livestock and farming sectors: machinery, genetics, animal feed, veterinary products, milking equipment, supplies and services for farmers, farm buildings, renewable energies, and many more.

In 2021, the Aubrac cattle breed will host its French national championships with 400 of the breed’s best animals in competition.

Animal judging and breed presentations, technical innovations, business meetings, trade events and conferences are, as every year, integral to the show.

A truly international event, Sommet De L’Elevage attracted 334 international exhibitors from 39 countries in 2019.

For international trade visitors the show hosts an International Business Club that provides free entry, guided tours of the show, customised advice, interpreters, business meetings with exhibitors, meeting rooms, prayer hall, catering, etc.

There is also an International Livestock Evening Presentation (with English translation) to foreign delegations of all the cattle, sheep and horse breeds present at the show.

In addition, farm and agroindustry site visits are organised to enable international visitors to get and indepth view of the French livestock sector.

This year’s show is on from the 5th to 8th of October. For more information go to: www.sommet-elevage.fr.

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