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PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

The eleventh edition of the Chinese Animal Husbandry Exhibition (CAHE) took place from 18-20 May in Wuhan, Hubei province, China. Pig Progress took a look as well.

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  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013
  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Wuhan, metropolis of 10 million inhabitants, is home to the famous Yellow Crane Tower.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Since 2011, this futuristic expo center has been opened in Wuhan as well. It is so new that the skyscrapers are yet to be built.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    About eight halls of the complex were filled at the show CAHE 2013.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Only on the first day, more than 33,000 visitors from the Chinese animal husbandry industry came to the showgrounds.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    On behalf of Reed Business, Geke Koudenburg and Vincent ter Beek were present. Here, the booth of Angel Yeast is visited.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Chinese housing & equipment company Big Herdsman showed its newest broiler cage at CAHE.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    And many international companies were present too – despite recent outbreaks of avian influenza in China.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Hygiene and biosecurity are therefore two important themes at CAHE. Dutch company MS Schippers was therefore present, in its joint venture with De Heus and Wellhope, to introduce better cleaning and disinfection methods using foam.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Chinese companies also tried to catch the visitors attention by spraying into the aisle.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Six foreign countries had a pavilion – and so did Hubei Province, where Wuhan is located.

  • In the Netherlands pavilion, Nedap showed its Electronic Sow Feeding and sow management concepts.

    In the Netherlands pavilion, Nedap showed its Electronic Sow Feeding and sow management concepts.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    For the Chinese feed mill machinery builder Muyang, Wuhan must have felt closer to home than Hanover or Atlanta.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    All kinds of animal husbandry are being addressed at CAHE. Most attention was for swine production – but even those interested in camels could learn something.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Presentations, mostly in English, were given everywhere – but could be heard very well. These were given at the Da Bei Nong Group, research center for veterinary medicine.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    The same stage, on the second day – the day that the general public is also welcomed to join the show. This day went less busy as the day went by – and the fun aspect came in too.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013
  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    Whoever wanted to have a better helicopter view of his or her farm could find the right equipment at CAHE – these helicopters were sold in the halls.

  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013
  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013
  • PHOTO REPORT: CAHE 2013

    After all, what matters is that everybody left happily.

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