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This year, Walton Webcasting and the National Swine Registry (NSR) are teaming up to bring you live show coverage if you are unable to attend World Pork Expo (WPX).
Visit the webcast here.
Not only will you be able to watch live from your laptop, desktop or smartphone, but also a few hours after the show, you will be able to go back and replay the show.
There will be links posted on the NSR and Walton Webcasting websites as WPX gets closer to access show coverage directly.
This opportunity would not be possible without our sponsors. Thank you to:
Robin Ridge Farms, Indiana
Top Cut Genetics, Indiana
Moyer Genetic Edge, Ohio
Crossroads Genetics, Indiana
Triple “B” Genetics, Oklahoma
MoorMan’s Show Tec/ADM
Real McCoy Genetics, Ohio
Walton Webcasting will also be covering NSR Summer Type Conference and the National Junior Summer Spectacular shows in Louisville, Kentucky. There will another opportunity to serve as a sponsor of the webcast for these [ … ]
Can you believe it? World Pork Expo (WPX) is less than a week away! Most of you are probably in the “crunch-time” mode to get the final touches complete before you take your adventure to Des Moines, Iowa, in the Hawkeye state. As you finish packing your show clothes and trailers, we combined a list of some of the top places to visit while in Des Moines after the shows or in your downtime during the day. These range from museums, amusement parks, shopping and more. Safe travels to WPX, and we are looking forward to seeing everyone there!
1. Iowa State Fairground
Lucky for us, WPX is hosted here! The Iowa State Fairgrounds is an extremely popular place in Iowa, especially during the summer. The fairground takes up approximately 450 acres and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places because of its buildings. The Iowa State Fair is consecutively ranked highly amongst the top [ … ]
The 2013 World Pork Expo (WPX) is officially under way in Des Moines, Iowa. A record-breaking 2,527 entries poured into the Iowa State Fairgrounds for the 25th anniversary of the WPX. The National Swine Registry staff is eager to start the week off with the World Pork Expo Junior National show, tomorrow.
Below are some candids from around the barn as exhibitors prepare for the upcoming week by unloading and registering their entries.
Registration began at 1 p.m.
Expo enthusiasts of all ages gather for the event.
unloading the trailer is an occurring event on Tuesday.
After exhibitors get settled in they head to the wash rack.
At Expo, feed and water comes first for the pigs.
Teamwork is shown throughout the barn.
Multi-tasking becomes an art during unloading.
If you are unable to attend the 2013, 25th Annual World Pork Expo, the NSR Marketing and Communications crew will be providing live coverage of this week’s show. Be sure to [ … ]
It’s that time of year to start gearing up for the 2013 World Pork Expo (WPX) held June 5-7 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa. WPX is an industry innovating event that attracts around 20,000 pork producers and allied industry professionals.
This year marks the 25th anniversary for the show. WPX has been a place to discover advancements in technology, swine health, environment, and producer effectiveness from specialists and companies in the industry. It also allows swine exhibitors to compete in different events such as, showmanship, judging contests, and of course showing and selling their pigs.
This year, exhibitors, sponsors and spectators can stay up-to-date with the 2013 World Pork Expo application featured on many smartphones. Craig Boelling, director of industry resource development for the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) is part of the team that developed the app. The app is sponsored by the National Pork Producers Council and [ … ]