EPP-Congress 2019: Pig Production in Transition

The German EPP Branch is proud to invite once again the European Pig Producers to the EPP-Congress in Germany. The gathering 2019 is scheduled 5th June – 8th June in Landshut, Bavaria.

Under the topic “Pig Production in Transition” the German organizing committee provides a lot of information about the changes of European / Global pork markets and the challenges for producers in Germany. Interesting speeches, Industry visits and Farm tours guarantee a diversified program for all participants. The Congress takes place in the city of Landshut. EPP booked two Hotels close to each other for the event, both are located in the city centre, directly at the Isar river, 2 minutes’ walk from the historic center.

Registration for the Congress starts 1 January 2019. As in previous years the organizers offer all EPP-Members a special registration period from 1st January – 28th February 2019. From 1st March also non-Members are welcome to register for the Congress.

Invitation video


EPP-Congress 2018: A tail’s length ahead

The Swiss EPP Branch is proud to invite the European Pig Farmers to the first EPP-Congress in Switzerland. The gathering 2018 is scheduled 30th May – 1st June in Sursee, located in the beautiful surrounding of Luzern.

Under the topic “A tail’s length ahead” the Swiss organizing committee provides a lot of information about animal welfare, animal health and the special pork market in Switzerland. Interesting speeches, Industry visits and Farm tours guarantee a diversified program for the participants. The Congress takes place at Campus Sursee, a modern seminar centre with more than 500 hotel rooms. 
Registration to the Congress will start in January 2018. As in previous years the organizers offer all EPP-Members a special registration period from 1st January – 28th February 2018. From 1st March also non-Members are welcome to register for the Congress.


EPP-Congress 2017: The Norwegian Way of pig production

From 24-26 May 260 EPP-Members and interested persons came to Stavanger in order to inform themselves about Pig Production in the North. For the first time the Norwegian branch organised the 27th EPP-Congress and built a platform for pig producers all over Europe to exchange their experiences and to learn from each other.

Beneath animal welfare pig production in Norway focuses also on innovative breeding technologies in order to improve pig health and sustainability. During the conference local and international experts informed the participants about the Norwegian agriculture sector in general as well about pig production, marketing and branding in special.