Midlands to Host 2017 NBA Beef Expo

The National Beef Association (NBA) has announced that the 2017 NBA Beef Expo will be at the heart of the Midlands, and agricultural excellence, in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.

This, the UK’s major annual event held on behalf of the British Beef Industry, will take place on Thursday 18th May 2017. The farm tours, always a key element of the event, will take place on Wednesday 17th May.

Beef expo 2010 held at Hexham Auction

Beef expo 2010 held at Hexham Auction

Being Britain’s first major dedicated Beef Event post Brexit, there will of course be a focus on what this means for British Beef Farmers in terms of opportunities going forward.

This is the first time that the Midlands have hosted this event for many years. The 2017 NBA Beef Expo will celebrate the very best that the British Beef industry has to offer, showcasing tremendous stock farms on the farm tours, and covering in depth all aspects of the industry itself.

On announcing the 2017 NBA Beef Expo, Chris Mallon, Chief Executive of the NBA said:
“The Midlands is a well renowned agricultural area and is the ideal location for the 2017 Beef Expo. Following the success of the 2016 event, and with a new focus post Brexit, this is a fantastic opportunity for British Beef producers to culminate and share industry knowledge and developments.”

The NBA Beef Expo is considered a highlight of the Beef industry calendar for both pedigree and commercial breed societies to promote the quality of their cattle and visitors can expect to see some of the finest examples of British breeding anywhere in the UK.

Bringing together the very best in British commercial and pedigree cattle, equipment, ground-breaking developments, and show classes for everyone involved in the industry, NBA Beef Expo is a celebration and exploration of everything British Beef has to offer.


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