Council’s Beijing Office Collaborates With U.S. Agricultural Trade Office At Major Trade Show

More than 250,000 people perused the thousands of exhibition booths at the event to learn about the latest products and technologies in livestock equipment, health and breeding.

USGC Marketing Specialist Xiaoming Wang (left) and USGC Director in China Manuel Sanchez (right) were on hand to speak with attendees about the benefits of livestock feed made from U.S. grains.

As one of the largest animal husbandry trade shows in China, the CAHE attracted a wide range of participants that gave staff the opportunity to build vital business relationships and gather market intelligence for future programs.

The U.S. pavilion on the show floor featured agribusinesses ranging from small operations to major corporations, state departments of agriculture and U.S. agricultural industry associations like the Council.

The Council’s booth distributed more than 150 copies of the Council’s t and  to interested participants.

Council staff regularly work in tandem with U.S. ATO offices across China, including ATO Beijing’s workshop on U.S. animal nutrition and swine breeding during CAHE, where Wang presented on U.S. grain production outlook.

Read more about the Council’s work in China here.