From the constant drive for innovation to the growing diversity of operations, the agriculture industry is one of Canada’s most vibrant. We’ve combed through the websites, social media profiles and events pages of the field’s leading organizations to put together a list of what we consider some of the best ag shows in Canada. If you don’t see what you’re looking for under the provincial heading, check out our Virtual show listings! Many have been moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at this time.
Last updated: January 2021
*Due to COVID-19 and varying regional restrictions, some of the following information is subject to change. We have done our best to reflect on the current schedule, but shifts may occur from time of reporting.
Agricultural Industry Events 2021
Canadian Dairy Showcase 2021
The Canadian Dairy XPO is a tradeshow for dairy producers to see the latest in innovation and be educated on producing safe products.
National Poultry Show 2021
The National Poultry show has given back to the poultry industry and producers for 62 years, by bringing together the best in the industry with the latest in technology and education.
Meat Industry Expo 2021
The Meat Industry Expo provides one location for companies to showcase their innovative products, make new connections, build on current ones, and provide solutions to the processors and suppliers of the meat processing industry.
CPMA Annual Convention & Tradeshow 2021
This is the largest fresh produce event in the Canadian food industry. In the past, this show has attracted over 3700 visitors from 23 different countries. If your company believes in living healthy and eating fresh, then you might want to join some of the over 275 exhibiting businesses at this event.
Olds College and Agri-Trade have partnered to produce a must-see agriculture educational event, AgSmart. Not just any trade-show, this is a hands-on demonstration and education expo focused on tech and data.
Farmfair International Tradeshow 2021
For over 45 years, the Farmfair International Tradeshow has been hosted by Northlands, bringing international guests to Edmonton in order to show, sell, connect and share knowledge with industry peers. The 2020 Farmfair International was cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, however they hope to be back and in-person for the 2021 fall event.
Agri-Trade Equipment Expo 2021
The Agri-Trade Equipment Expo attracts annually over 30,000 qualified buyers and over 475 equipment manufacturers. Timed uniquely, it is the first show to kick-off after harvest when farmers know what they have to spend.
Alberta Livestock Expo 2021
The Alberta Livestock Expo brings together 100+ livestock producers and suppliers in over 40,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space to see all that is new in the world of livestock production.
Virtual & Upcoming Agriculture Events 2021
The Pacific Agriculture Show 2021
The Pacific Agriculture Show showcases the most innovative equipment and technology for the agriculture industry, with over 300 exhibitors showcasing how to make your operation more efficient.
Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario Conference 2021
The Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario Conference brings speakers, researchers, and industry professionals together to share with one another. The 2021 event was scheduled to be held in London, ONT, but due to COVID-19 restrictions will be held virtually this year.
Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show 2021
Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show has gone digital, with interactive content from the field, giving participants a unique vantage point to see equipment and technology in a new way.
SouthWest Agricultural Conference 2021
Southwest AgCon is a combined virtual event with the Guelph & Eastern Ontario Crop Conferences, with over 30 agricultural topics and a virtual exhibit hall. Sessions from January 2021 are available online till March 31, 2021.
Canadian Beef Industry Conference 2021
The BIC’s Trade Show is a three-day event, focused on the Canadian beef industry and its professionals. Dates for the 2021 season are to be determined.
Have you been to one of these conferences? What did you think? Did we miss an event or is information out-dated? Let us know!