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2014 World Pork Expo Information

As the world’s largest pork-specific trade show, World Pork Expo brings in some 20,000 pork producers and allied industry professionals dedicated to industry innovation. Presented by the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC), the 2014 World Pork Expo will be held June 4-6 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, Iowa, USA.

Along with browsing the more than 375 trade show exhibits, attendees can take part in seminars covering a wide range of pork industry topics including animal well-being, business and environmental management, production efficiencies and more.



Register today!

The registration fee prior to May 31 is $5 per adult (ages 12 and up) for a three-day pass. That’s a $10 savings from the gate-admission price. Capitalize on these savings by registering before May 31.

Experts to speak at business seminars highlighting market conditions and feeding strategies

Free business seminars will take place throughout the day on Wednesday and Thursday. The seminars are designed to provide solutions for on-farm production needs, including marketing options, herd-health protocols, feeding strategies and current issues. View seminar details and schedule.

Download 2014 Expo app for free

The 2014 World Pork Expo app is now available in formats suitable for smartphones. Prepare for this year’s show by downloading it for free from the app store by searching for “WPX.” The mobile app features an interactive exhibitor map, seminars, locations of events and incorporates social media.

Other helpful links:

Pre-Expo tours

Exhibitors list

Frequently asked questions

Photos from 2013

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