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Delta Agrar at Five Locations of the Agricultural Fair

16. may 2017.

This year Delta Agrar presents for the first time its fruit cultivation in the Main Hall of the Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad. At locations outside the hall Delta Agrar will present its machinery, livestock breeding, cattle breeding and fishery.

On the area of 160m2 in the Main Hall, this year visitors will have the opportunity to use the latest technology and pay a virtual visit to Čelarevo, the largest orchard in this part of Europe. Interactive panels ensure an interesting way of getting to know club apple sorts such as Pink Lady®, KIKU®, Modi® and Evelina®. Younger visitors will be especially attracted by the virtual contest in apple-picking.

Delta Agrar’s fish pond is a real green oasis at the Fair – it is full of carp and all interested visitors may even go fishing in one part of the pond.

The cattle breeding stand for the first time displays the cattle of Holstein-Friesian race. A new concept in dairy cattle breeding will contribute to the resistance of cows and better milk production. The new technology ensures the average daily production of 40 litres of milk, which is 10 litres more than the current production.

The Company also presents the entire assortment and program of pig breeding. The focus in pig breeding is on the production of high-quality breeding material, primarily gilts.

In the display zone of agricultural distribution we traditionally present our machinery programs and irrigation systems, seeds and pesticides. Visitors may also see the most contemporary technology of apple cultivation through a mini-orchard.

Delta Agrar has announced that this year it will promote club apple sort Evelina in our market. Next year the Company will also include Isaaq, Rubens, Red Moon, and SweeTango apples into its portfolio.

This year Delta Agrar will invest 40 million euros in modern agriculture, which is twice as much in comparison to last year.