The biennial China International Intensive Livestock Exhibition (VIV China) has been in China since 2000 and has been successfully held in Beijing for 10 sessions so far. With the growing demand for intensive animal husbandry products and technology exchanges between China and the world, VIV China has developed into a bridge linking the Chinese livestock industry with the world's livestock industry from the feed to food industry chain of pigs, poultry, milk and aquatic products.
The 2018 exhibition will usher in new changes. According to a press conference held during VIV Europe in Utrecht, the Netherlands on June 21, VIV China, which will be landing at Nanjing International Expo Center on September 17-19, will be the first city to be changed. This year's exhibition area will reach 40,000 square meters, with more than 500 exhibitors, and is expected to attract more than 20,000 professional visitors. In addition to the exhibition, it will also create a livestock industry week that integrates professional meetings, business negotiations and field visits.