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Farm Visit to the farm of Beef Coop Member

Agricultural Tour – Get To Know Poland’s Agricultural Cooperatives

Agricultural tour, organized by InConventus Group, allowed their participants to gain experience, new knowledge and see the most beautiful places.On this trip attendees embarked on a comprehensive agricultural tour through the vibrant agricultural tourism landscape of Poland, where participants delved into the dynamic world of agricultural cooperatives in the Poznan region. This business study tour provided an in-depth exploration of how cooperatives are established and operate, highlighting their pivotal role in Poland’s agricultural sector. Attendees met with key representatives, visited modern cooperative facilities, and engaged in discussions with local producers, gaining unique insights into the cooperative movement’s success in this region. From the bustling city of Poznan to the serene countryside, the agriculture trip combined farm field trips with cultural experiences, offering a well-rounded view of Polish agricultural practices and cooperative models.

Feedback on agricultural tour

Almost unanimous acclaim was expressed for the farm tour, with 96% of participants rating the experiences positively. These opinions confirm the educational value of the study tour.

Farm tours

Meeting with the representative of the Agricultural Advisory Center in Poznan
Meeting with the representative of the Agricultural Advisory Center in Poznan

Meeting with the representative of the Agricultural Advisory Center in Poznan Participants provided insights into the establishment and operation of agricultural cooperatives in Poland, with a focus on the Poznan region, which has the largest concentration of such cooperatives.

Agricultural study tour to the Blueberry Producers Cooperative
Blueberry Producers Cooperative

Agricultural study tour to the Blueberry Producers Cooperative was a transformative agriculture experience, offering participants a firsthand look at the dedication and innovation driving the blueberry industry in Poland. The cooperative possesses blueberry plantations that cover over 230 hectares, with a harvest exceeding 2,000 tons, and they export blueberries to more than 20 countries across 4 continents. Beyond observing production processes, visitors connected with the passionate individuals behind the cooperative, gaining insights into sustainable farming practices and international market strategies. This shared experience fostered a sense of community and inspired collaboration, highlighting the importance of passion and dedication in agriculture.

Meeting with the Vice President of the Grain Cooperative
Meeting with the Vice President of the Grain Cooperative

The meeting with the Vice President of the Grain Cooperative that manages over 400 hectares of medium-quality land was a pivotal moment, offering an opportunity to delve into the inner workings and future plans of the cooperative. As a key figure in the organization, the Vice President provided valuable insights and perspectives on the cooperative’s strategies, challenges, and successes. Discussions during the meeting revolved around topics such as market trends, agricultural practices, and community impact. This interaction not only strengthened relationships but also laid the groundwork for potential collaborations and initiatives aimed at furthering the cooperative’s mission and promoting sustainable agriculture.

Visit to a prominent group of vegetable producers
Visit to a prominent group of vegetable producers
Visit to a prominent group of vegetable producers
Visit to a prominent group of vegetable producers

On the second day of the agricultural tour, participants visited a prominent group of vegetable producers. This farm visit highlighted innovative practices in vegetable farming, showcasing how cooperation among producers enhances efficiency and productivity. Attendees observed advanced cultivation techniques and shared resources that significantly contribute to the group’s success. The farm visit offered a unique opportunity to see firsthand the benefits of cooperative farming, from shared machinery to collective marketing strategies, providing valuable insights into the effective operation of agricultural cooperatives in Poland.

The meeting with the President of the Dairy Cooperative
The meeting with the President of the Dairy Cooperative
The meeting with the President of the Dairy Cooperative
The meeting with the President of the Dairy Cooperative

The meeting with the President of the Dairy Cooperative was a remarkable agricultural experience, bringing together stakeholders to discuss the cooperative’s operations, challenges, and future prospects. As the leader of the organization, the President provided insights into key initiatives, production processes, and market dynamics. This gathering offered a platform for collaboration, allowing participants to exchange ideas, address concerns, and explore opportunities for growth and innovation in the dairy industry. The President’s leadership and vision during the meeting played a crucial role in shaping the cooperative’s strategic direction and fostering a sense of unity among its members.

Sugar Beet Producers Cooperative
Sugar Beet Producers Cooperative
Sugar Beet Producers Cooperative
Sugar Beet Producers Cooperative
Sugar Beet Producers Cooperative
Sugar Beet Producers Cooperative

On the third day, participants met with a representative of the Sugarbeet Producers Cooperative. The farm visit began with a farm tour of the president’s farm, offering insights into daily operations. Attendees then convened at a restaurant for discussions with other coop members, fostering collaboration and sharing experiences in sugar beet production.

The meeting with the President of the Agricultural Cooperative
The meeting with the President of the Agricultural Cooperative

The meeting with the President of the Agricultural Cooperative, which unites beef cattle farmers, was an important opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the industry. As the leader of the cooperative, the President provided valuable insights into the latest developments in beef cattle breeding, market trends, and agricultural practices.

Farm Visit to the farm of Beef Coop Member
Farm Visit to the farm of Beef Coop Member

This business study tour served as a forum for collaboration and knowledge sharing among farmers, enabling them to exchange ideas, address common concerns, and explore strategies for enhancing the quality and sustainability of beef production. The President’s guidance and expertise during the meeting were instrumental in fostering cooperation and driving positive change within the beef cattle breeding community.

Feedback on tourist attractions

Based on the questionnaires distributed at the end of the agricultural study tour to the participants, the general impression about the agricultural tour was rated 95% as complete satisfaction.

Tourist attractions

In addition to farm tours and the opportunity to establish valuable contacts, the agricultural tour also offered sightseeing opportunities that allowed participants to discover the charms of the city of Poznań.

On the first evening of the business study tour, participants indulged in the “Flavours of Poznań,” a culinary experience that offered a delightful introduction to the city’s rich gastronomic heritage. This part of the ag tour showcased traditional Polish dishes and regional specialties, providing a taste of local culture and hospitality. It was a perfect opportunity for attendees to unwind after their agtours, socialize with fellow participants, and immerse themselves in the vibrant culinary scene of Poznań. The evening set the stage for the days ahead, blending cultural exploration with the agricultural study tours.

As the sun began to set on the third day, participants embarked on a charming trip through Poznań aboard a vintage tram. This nostalgic experience allowed them to soak in the city’s rich history and architectural splendor from a unique vantage point. The vintage tram rattled along the cobblestone streets, winding its way past iconic landmarks and hidden gems, evoking a sense of bygone eras. Attendees were captivated by the romantic ambiance of the tram, as they savored panoramic views of Poznań’s bustling streets and illuminated landmarks. This enchanting ride provided a memorable conclusion to a day filled with exploration and discovery.

Feedback Regarding Accommodation, Meals, and Coordination and Logistics of the agricultural tour

Accommodation and meals: Participants expressed a high level of satisfaction, with 100% praising the quality of accommodation and 96% being satisfied with the culinary offerings provided during agtour.

Coordination and logistics: As many as 85% of participants praised the seamless coordination and execution of the agri travel & tours logistics, reflecting careful planning and execution.

Summary

Participants gained insights into agricultural cooperatives through farm tours, meetings with cooperative leaders, and technical discussions. The agricultural study tour showcased the success and innovation of various cooperatives, including those in blueberry, dairy, beef, vegetable, sugar beet, and grain production. Tourist attractions in Poznan provided cultural experiences, such as culinary events and vintage tram rides. Feedback on this agricultural study tour was overwhelmingly positive, with high satisfaction rates for accommodation, meals, and logistics coordination. Overall, the agricultural tour offered a comprehensive view of Polish agricultural practices and cooperative models.If you also want to experience the combination of education and unforgettable experiences, we invite you to cooperate with us and take advantage of our organized agricultural trips.

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