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Review: Future Farming Theatre at GFIA Europe

The recent Future Farming Theatre at GFIA Europe, in the Netherlands, was a great success. Did you miss it? Not to worry! Watch the video.

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  • The GFIA event was opened by Martijn van Dam, the Netherlands state secretary for economic affairs and as such responsible for agriculture. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The GFIA event was opened by Martijn van Dam, the Netherlands state secretary for economic affairs and as such responsible for agriculture. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • The well attended Agtech Leaders Summit at the GFIA Europe attracted visitors from all over the world. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The well attended Agtech Leaders Summit at the GFIA Europe attracted visitors from all over the world. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Prof Louise O. Fresco, president of the executive board, Wageningen UR, the Netherlands, gave a keynote address at the Agtech Leaders Summit at the GFIA Europe. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Prof Louise O. Fresco, president of the executive board, Wageningen UR, the Netherlands, gave a keynote address at the Agtech Leaders Summit at the GFIA Europe. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Dr Aalt Dijkhuizen, president, Dutch Top Sector Agri&Food in the Netherlands. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Dr Aalt Dijkhuizen, president, Dutch Top Sector Agri&Food in the Netherlands. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • The Robotics and the Internet of Things session at the Agtech Leaders Summit, moderated by Proagrica editors. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The Robotics and the Internet of Things session at the Agtech Leaders Summit, moderated by Proagrica editors. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • The Farmers Panel session at the Agtech Leaders Summit included Carlos Piñeiro, CEO of PigChamp Pro Europa, Spain. He presented his views and experiences on biosecurity driven swine production. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The Farmers Panel session at the Agtech Leaders Summit included Carlos Piñeiro, CEO of PigChamp Pro Europa, Spain. He presented his views and experiences on biosecurity driven swine production. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Proagrica was present with a big booth at the exhibition floors. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Proagrica was present with a big booth at the exhibition floors. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • The booth was clearly visible in this aerial view. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The booth was clearly visible in this aerial view. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • The Austrian company Wuggl presented its concept to measure a pig’s weight using a mobile device. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The Austrian company Wuggl presented its concept to measure a pig’s weight using a mobile device. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Dacs, a ventilation company from Denmark, showed a modern economical fan which can even be propelled by solar power. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Dacs, a ventilation company from Denmark, showed a modern economical fan which can even be propelled by solar power. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Interesting concept from UK-based company BioLumen, which allows livestock producers to choose exactly the right light ingredients they need to let pigs or poultry grow at optimum rates. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Interesting concept from UK-based company BioLumen, which allows livestock producers to choose exactly the right light ingredients they need to let pigs or poultry grow at optimum rates. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Attendees could also experience loads of non-livestock related innovations, like e.g. the urban crop systems from Green Crop Solutions. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Attendees could also experience loads of non-livestock related innovations, like e.g. the urban crop systems from Green Crop Solutions. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • The Proagrica Future Farming Theatre hosted 5 sessions over 2 days on pigs, poultry, dairy, horticulture and crop farming. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    The Proagrica Future Farming Theatre hosted 5 sessions over 2 days on pigs, poultry, dairy, horticulture and crop farming. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Full house at all the session in the Proagrica Future Farming Theatre. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Full house at all the session in the Proagrica Future Farming Theatre. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Vincent ter Beek, editor Pig Progres, hosted the Future Farming Pig session. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Vincent ter Beek, editor Pig Progres, hosted the Future Farming Pig session. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • At this session, Dr Jürgen Vangeyte, agricultural engineer, Flemish Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research (ILVO) spoke about early warning systems for disease detection in pigs. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    At this session, Dr Jürgen Vangeyte, agricultural engineer, Flemish Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research (ILVO) spoke about early warning systems for disease detection in pigs. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Second speaker in this session was Bart Teuwen, advisor at DLV MAS. He explained how deeper insights into future feed price developments can be gained using current data. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Second speaker in this session was Bart Teuwen, advisor at DLV MAS. He explained how deeper insights into future feed price developments can be gained using current data. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Fabian Brockötter, editor Poultry World, introduced the speakers at the Future Farming Poultry session. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Fabian Brockötter, editor Poultry World, introduced the speakers at the Future Farming Poultry session. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • Emmy Koeleman, editor Dairy Global, chaired a Future Farming session on dairy production. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    Emmy Koeleman, editor Dairy Global, chaired a Future Farming session on dairy production. Photo: Koos Groenewold

  • This year’s first edition of GFIA Europe was successful. Hope to meet and match next year in Utrecht, the Netherlands again. Photo: Koos Groenewold

    This year’s first edition of GFIA Europe was successful. Hope to meet and match next year in Utrecht, the Netherlands again. Photo: Koos Groenewold

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  • Roberto Diboivini

    We now neutralize bad smells inside and outside buildings on the farms.
    We eliminate the scents emanating from liquefied manure, manure storage, manure spreading, liquid pit, chicken fertilizer, compost treatment and sewage plant.

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