MALAYSIA REMAINS SAFE
Informa Markets, the Organiser of Livestock Malaysia, considers the well-being and safety of all participants at Livestock Malaysia 2020 as of utmost importance. Malaysia remains a safe travel destination. The Malaysian Government, including its Health Ministry (MOH) and Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC), is closely monitoring the situation and has taken preventive actions and measures against the Novel Coronavirus. We encourage all participants, particularly those who have recently travelled to China to monitor their health and to seek immediate medical attention should they feel unwell or show any related symptoms.
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ELEVATING AGRONOMICS @ LIVESTOCK MALAYSIA 2021
Livestock Malaysia will be back for its 10th edition in 2021 and will continue to play an important role in gathering innovators, thought-leaders and experts from around the world to meet, network and discuss the challenges the industry is facing and the latest developments in the market today, eventually enhancing the Livestock sector globally. Moving forward, Livestock Malaysia will be held at the Melaka International Trade Centre (MITC), Malacca from 24 – 26 August 2021.
This show is a must attend for all players involved in the feed, livestock and meat industry!
Livestock Malaysia will be attended by market-leading local, regional and international suppliers covering all sectors of the feed, livestock and meat.
Livestock Malaysia is open to trade and business visitors only and attracts a wide range of key decision makers, influencers and buyers.
As COVID-19 has made your daily live changed drastically with the uses of face mask, handwashing, hand sanitizer gel, etc. to protect yourself from getting infected by the harmful virus.
Three premises including a chicken factory in Negeri Sembilan have been ordered to close after workers there tested positive for Covid-19, said Senior Minister (Security)
SERDANG: Colistin antibiotic, one of the antibiotics used by farmers and treated as a growth-promoting agent, will be banned in animal feed come Jan 1,
[09/12/2018][Industry News] More than half of farmers treat animals without prescription, survey finds
SERDANG: More than half of the farmers in a survey in Selangor used antibiotics on their livestock without prescription.Two-thirds actually stored these antibiotics in their
SERIAN: Oil palm estates and smallholders in Sarawak are encouraged to take up cattle-rearing on the side to sustain their income and help the state
[07/05/2019][Industry News] Strong appetite for Leong Hup IPO as offer of 73m shares to public oversubscribed 3.64 times
KUALA LUMPUR: Poultry giant Leong Hup International Bhd’s initial public offer (IPO) of 73 million shares to the Malaysian public was oversubscribed by 3.64 times…
IPOH: The Perak State Agriculture Development Corporation (SADC) will initiate the Perak Agrovalley project with a targeted investment of RM1 billion…
It could be as long as a decade before China recovers from its outbreak of African swine fever, the deadly pig disease that’s decimating hog
BEIJING: A poultry company from eastern China said its profit will soar as much as 2,693% thanks to higher prices of white-feathered chickens…
THE outbreak of the African swine flu (ASF) across China and Indo-China provides no immediate opportunity to Malaysian poultry producers to meet the rising demand
The Asia Pacific poultry feed premix market is expected to offer healthy growth opportunities due to increased exports of meat from Asia…
AFRICAN swine fever (ASF) has hit China, Mongolia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and North and South Korea, and it is likely to spread to other countries
KUALA LUMPUR: The livestock industry needs to be revitalised through strategic partnerships with the private sector and existing companies to address the shortage of beef…