Professione Allevatore


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Professione Allevatore is a technical fortnightly magazine for cow breeders. Its targets are milk and beef production, with focus on nutrition, genetics, management and technologies. Buffalo, goat and sheep management is also analyzed in the light of feed and food industry.



Professione Allevatore was born in 1971 as a technical magazine for cow breeders. Year after year it has gained a universally acknowledged status of reliability, proficiency and independence. 
At the beginning Professione Allevatore covered all areas of livestock. Later on it has been divided into three different magazines, in order to deal more accurately with the main Italian production areas: dairy, swine and poultry.



Professione Allevatore focuses on the following key points: reportages in the forefront farms, with a look into the management of the best breeders to catch their secrets; news; interviews; columns and in-depth analyses. Always at the heart of the matter, Professione Allevatore is written with an intriguing style and a fresh graphic, in order to give - in the best and easy way - all the information the readers need to know.



In 2004 PVI started editing technical pocketbooks too, which followed the same philosophy of the magazine in the livestock area. They are all about a particular subject.

Last but not least, Professione Allevatore becomes a daily free press during the most important Italian dairy fairs (e.g. Fiera Internazionale del Bovino da latte) covering day by day the whole event.

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