For example in the HUBERTUS Arena in hall 21. The stage program there includes many exciting and current topics related to hunting. Christian Teppe, podcaster ("Teppe & Schwenen op Jagd"), Spiegel bestselling author ("Der kleine Jägerknigge"), hunter and specialist lawyer for agricultural law with a focus on hunting and firearms law, will moderate the varied program on all four days of the trade fair.

Together with industry experts, Christian Teppe will talk to experts such as Max Scherle from Krieghoff about topics such as "Which rifle for which hunt". Exhibitors at Pferd & Jagd will present various types of rifles - from break-action rifles to straight-pull rifles - with their characteristics and areas of application. The hotly debated topic of night vision and thermal imaging technology will also be discussed, as will the latest riflescope technologies. Experts from Swarovski, Zeiss, Leica and Schmidt & Bender will be on hand to provide answers.

But it's not just about technology. Dr. Wolfram Klöber from VGH Versicherung will answer questions about insurance for hunters and hunting dogs and give an insight into why hunters need insurance at all. This question should be of particular interest to (prospective) young hunters. Young hunters will also be addressed by Claudia Sültemeier, owner of the Wendland hunting school, and Benedikt Schwenen from They will talk about young hunter training in practice and the hunting examination in Lower Saxony. Forest and game in Lower Saxony will also be the subject of the stage program.

On Saturday and Sunday, there will be a panel discussion on the subject of gun laws. The key question: What is changing in gun law for hunters? The correct storage of ammunition will also be discussed. The panel of experts will include weapons law and security experts André Busche (author, lawyer, expert) and Eberhard Becker (retired police director, weapons law expert).

Pferd & Jagd, December 7 - 10, Hanover Exhibition Center, open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.