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on March 1, 2011

2011 World Pork Expo will highlight industry technologies, stock, knowledge for attendees

Event to be held June 8 through 10, Des Moines, Iowa

The U.S. pork industry’s newest technologies, breeding stock and educational seminars will be showcased at the National Pork Producers Council's 2011 World Pork Expo, scheduled for June 8 through 10 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa.

“Not only is World Pork Expo a must-see for swine-industry enthusiasts, but it also is one of the premier events in Iowa,” said Doug Fricke, show manager. “Hotel rooms already are going fast, so making travel plans early means you won’t miss out on the chance to stay at one of the official World Pork Expo hotels.” Each year, nearly 20,000 producers and industry professionals attend the expo, the world's largest pork-specific trade show. Attendees will find business seminars on profitability, animal health and current issues. They can see the newest products, services and technologies offered by more than 450 commercial exhibitors. They will have the opportunity to watch junior showmen and swine breeders exhibit some of the best market hogs and breeding animals available, as they compete for top prizes. And throughout the event, they can feast on great food and enjoy family entertainment.

Once again, MusicFest will be the social highlight of World Pork Expo. From 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Expo attendees can enjoy roasted pork and refreshments while listening to music performed by live bands. Several pre-Expo tours are also planned so that producers from throughout the world can experience Midwestern agriculture — and hospitality — at its finest.

To receive a $10 World Pork Expo early registration discount and free expo alerts via e-mail, go to www.worldpork.org and click on the “Register Now” tab. The website also has the latest details about room availability at the official Expo hotels in its “Producer” section. Additional information is available when you connect with World Pork Expo on Facebook and follow World Pork Expo on Twitter (@NPPCWPX). 

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