The wide-ranging exhibits, debates, technical and scientific meetings, performances and dynamic tests ensure that Fieragricola achieves impressive media impact and seeks to anticipate the needs of the market by creating relationships between exhibitors, visitors and sector associations and involving operators thanks to its dynamism and interactivity.
Always paying close attention to policies for shared growth and sustainability, Fieragricola has also accompanied the evolution of the Common Agricultural Policy since 1962, helping to stimulate debate between agricultural systems and the world of national and European institutions through dialogue focusing on planning the main directives to be adopted for sustainable growth while also keeping abreast of the needs of producers.
A crossway event focusing on agriculture through a vertical and complete trade offering:
- technologies and products for animal farming, livestock and genetics
- animal shows and auctions
- technologies and products for the renewable energy sector in agriculture
- agricultural machinery, equipment and technologies
- specialised machinery and equipment for vineyards and orchards
- demo areas (open field and vineyards)
- seeds and agricultural chemicals, plants and equipment for protected crops
- products and equipment for green management and forestry activity
- services for agriculture and livestock farming
Exhibition trends – 2016 edition
The 2016 edition was the best Fieragricola for the last 10 years (5 editions). These results confirm, as was evident during the four days of the show, that agriculture has the potential to revive the economy.
Attendance was up by 8% compared to 2010.
Fieragricola provided the answers that exhibitors were looking for in terms of specialist visitors from all Italian regions and impressive incoming attendance from abroad, particularly Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Romania, Russia, Finland, France and Japan, but also the Balkans and North Africa. There was even a trade visitor from the Republic of Nauru, the Island State in Oceania.
Institutional and international attendance – 2016 edition
Verona was also the Italian and world capital of agriculture thanks to significant institutional and international attendance:
- Maurizio Martina, Minister of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies
- Giuseppe Castiglione, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture
- Paolo De Castro, President of the European Parliament Committee on Agriculture
- Virgilijus Jukna, Minister of Agriculture of Lithuania
- Seyed Mohammad Jozi, Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Italy
- Mohamed El Guerrouj, Director of the Government Agency of the Ministry of Agriculture of Morocco