FARMERS face a lot of uncertainty in the coming years, but armed with the best advice, they will be able to make the most of any opportunities which lie ahead.

Whether it’s getting ready for changing retailer demands, investing to improve animal health and welfare, or restructuring to boost business efficiencies, they can learn all about what’s in store at the British Pig and Poultry Fair, being held on May15 and 16, at Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.

“While nobody knows precisely what Brexit will bring, there are a number of key trends and changes which industry leaders are already using to benefit their own businesses,” said Fair organiser Alice Bell. “By sharing those predictions, advice and ideas, our forum speakers can help visitors to the Fair to make their own adjustments and stay ahead of the game.”

Forum topics include market outlooks for eggs, poultry meat and pigs, measuring to improve performance, and how to reduce antibiotic use without compromising welfare and performance.

ABN is partnering the Fair once again, and will be running a forum on using data to boost performance. “We strongly believe that innovation and collaboration are key to the future of the British pig and poultry industry, and encourage everyone to attend,” said Danny Johnson, head of commercial at ABN.

Registration for the Fair – which is free to attend – is now open. See for more information.