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Pig farming between economy, sustainability and animal welfare

26nov09:3012:30Pig farming between economy, sustainability and animal welfare09:30 - 12:30(GMT+01:00) Events Area Hall 2 Event Organized ByLibera Associazione Agricoltori Cremonesi

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The pig farming of our country is concentrated for about 80% of production in the Po Valley where it feeds some of the main industries of our country dedicated to slaughtering and processing into salami of recognized world quality, as evidenced by the numerous PDOs and the related Consortia of protection. However, despite these awards relating to the quality of production mainly due to the quality of the raw material and the efforts of breeders for their production, pig farming in the Po river area is experiencing difficult situations. Pig farmers have long been committed to improving farm structures and modifying breeding techniques to ensure greater respect for the environment and animal welfare. The reduction in the use of antibiotics and the improvements in business management certified by public structures through the adoption of the Classyfarm method are not adequately reflected in the prices recognized by the Cun.


  • Welcome greetings
    Roberto Biloni, President of CremonaFiere

  • Introduction
    Riccardo Crotti, President of Confagricoltura Lombardia e Libera Associazione Agricoltori Cremonesi

  • The market for meat and pig products today, the picture of the situation
    Gabriele Canali, Cattolica University of Cremona and Piacenza, Director of Crefis

  • The sustainability of pig farming
    Loris Alborali, Zooprophylactic Institute of Lombardy and Emilia Romagna

  • Animal welfare in pig farming: progress made
    Pierdavide Lecchini, General Director of Veterinary Services, Ministry of Health, Rome

  • The problems of pig farmers today
    Rudy Milani, President of pig section of Confagricoltura

  • Conclusion
    Fabio Rolfi, Lombardy Region Councilor for Agriculture, Food, Hunting and Fishing
    Alessio Mammi, Councilor for Agriculture, Agri-food, Hunting and Fishing of the Emilia Romagna Region


Davide Berta, Vicepresident pig section of Confagricoltura Lombardia



26/11/2021 09:30 - 12:30(GMT+02:00)


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