From 13 - 15 April 2018, the FORST live will open its doors for its 19th edition. The leading demoshow for forestry technology and renewable energies in Germany is expecting over 300 exhibitors from 15 nations. These will be represented with a broad and current range of products on the 46,000 sqm outdoor space and in the 6,000 sqm of Baden-Arena in Offenburg. Numerous developments and novelties will be presented. The adventure world FORST live fascinates with practical machinery and equipment demonstrations.
In addition to interested consumers, the decision makers from the forestry and agriculture, the gardening and landscape construction and municipal services, as well as the professionals from the construction industry, the energy industry, the wood craft, the hunting community, the civil service and the sawmill industry are part of the visitor circle of the FORST live.
During the fair, an attractive program is offered to the visitors. This year, the interest group "IG Oldtimermotorsägen" presented an exhibition with old chain saws from the years 1920 - 1960. The interest group "IG Zugpferde" demonstrated wood pulling with horses and "Axemen" Werner Brohammer presented his talents in woodcutting.
+ max 3 children)
* The reduced price is for retirees, pupils, students, apprentices and disabled persons with a valid identification.
Children and teens until the age of 16 are free if accompanied by an adult.
2 fairs one entrance - parallel to
Parallel to the FORST live the
WILD & FISCH takes place in hall 1 of
the Exhibition Center. Trends and
developments from the world of
hunting and fishing will be presented.
The admission for the WILD & FISCH
Information about vaccination and obligation to keep the dog on a leash:
At the entrance, all dogs need a vaccination card with a valid rabies vaccination!
All dogs that are brought to the event need an effective vaccination, thus, they need to be vaccinated against rabies at least 21 days prior to the event.
obligation to keep the dog on a leash
Please keep your dog on the leash in regard to the exhibitors and visitors.