The German Agricultural Society (DLG), based in Frankfurt, Germany, successfully bridges the gap between agricultural and food theory and practice. With over 19,500 German and international members, this growing organisation is fully independent, specialising in agricultural and food know-how, exhibitions, publishing and certified agricultural machinery quality and food testing. Serving the European and world interests at large, the society is one of the leading food and agricultural organisations in Europe.
Impulses for progress
DLG - the foundation on which innovation and progress are built
The DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft – German Agricultural Society) was founded by the engineer and author Max Eyth in the year 1885. It has over 25,000 members and is a leading organisation in the agricultural and food sectors.
Free and independent
The DLG is an expert organisation, open to all and politically independent.
Dedicated to progress
The DLG’s mandate is to promote technical and scientific progress. With its projects and activities the DLG sets standards and provides impulses for progress.
The DLG operates internationally. It shares knowledge and expertise worldwide with leading international practitioners, experts and other specialist organisations.