15 - 17 November 2019

Sarit Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
Agro & Poultry East Africa 2019
Agro & Poultry, International Trade Show on Agriculture, Farming, Poultry and Veterinary. The exhibition will be held in conjunction with Foodpack from 15 - 17 November 2019, at Sarit Expo Centre , Nairobi , Kenya.
Agro & Poultry provides a unique opportunity to expand your brand in one of the most astonishing business destinations in Africa. Kenya has enormous potential for Agriculture & its related products as it plays a vital role in country's boosting economy. The Exhibition attracts exhibitors from around 16 countries.
Agro & Poultry attracts visitor from different countries as a mass visitor campaign will be launched to make a prosper event as visiting countries include Tanzania, South Africa, Congo, Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana, Nigeria etc.

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Sarit Expo Centre

Sarit Expo Centre
Nairobi - Kenya
15 - 17 November 2019 10 AM - 06 PM

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