Livestock Event, the largest trade event for the UK livestock industry, will take place on 6 and 7 July 2016 at the NEC in Birmingham. Attracting over 400 exhibitors and 17,000 visitors from the UK and abroad, the Livestock Event is an essential visit for any farmer, herdsman or individual involved in the industry. Like every year, Bekina® Boots will be there as well to present its newest innovations.
COME AND VISIT US AT OUR STAND IN HALL AH Stand 204
WHY FARMERS SHOULD HAVE THE BEST FARMING WELLIES
Wellingtons are essential footwear for anyone working in the livestock industry. As a farmer, you spend the majority of your life on your feet, so it’s obvious that they deserve the best care possible. The best way to do that is to wear the most comfortable work wellies, appropriate for your terrain and farm work.
When Bekina® Boots brings out new agriculture boots, we first have them tested in the field, by agricultural professionals. Based on their feedback, our R&D team developed probably the best farming wellies in the world.
BEKINA® BOOTS AT THE LIVESTOCK EVENT
Visitors of the Livestock Event will be able to get to know our different types of agriculture boots:
Our most popular farming welly, also available with a steel toecap and midsole. A reference for farmers worldwide.
More information: https://www.bekina-boots.com/en/boots/agriculture-and-fishery/agrilite
Farming wellies with a wide fitting, an excellent grip and an ergonomic footbed, creating ultimate comfort. Steplite® X is elected as the best work wellies at this moment by the leading agricultural magazine Farmers Weekly.
More information: https://www.bekina-boots.com/en/boots/agriculture-and-fishery/steplite-x
NEW !! Steplite® XCi (Cold Insulation)
Our latest farming welly. Steplite® XCI is a full safety boot with a non-metallic protective toecap and midsole. This lightweight welly is resistant to a freezing -40°C, making it a unique winter boot.
All our wellies are SRC approved, guaranteeing a superior slip resistance.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE LIVESTOCK EVENT
Visit the website of the Livestock event for more information about opening times, parking and road information: http://www.livestockevent.co.uk/visitor-information/
Entry is free of charge. Pre-register here: http://www.onlineregistration.co.uk/shows/livestock/16/livestockvisitor.php