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AVI Africa 2017

Avi Africa is the biggest poultry conference and exhibition in Africa and will be held from 20 - 22 June 2017 at Emperors Palace, Gauteng.

At this congress, exhibitors will be demonstrating their latest products, technology and skills and they will be available at their stands to answer all questions you might have.

AVI Africa 2017 showcases the latest in products, techniques and services aimed at enhancing business and maximising the profits of the commercial poultry agricultural enterprises.

The official opening by the SAPA Honorary President will take place on Tuesday 20 June, after which all the Annual General meetings will take place.

There will be a Small Farmers’ Session after the AGM’s.

If you register and pay online from 1 December 2016, you qualify for a discounted price.

This offer is valid until 30 April 2017. Visit www.sapoultry.co.za for more information.

Accommodation and transport will be for your own account.

The accommodation links to all the Emperors Palace Hotels are available on our website.

You only qualify for the special rates using the block booking reference if you book online.

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